Changeset 7775 in ntrip for trunk


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    275275<tr><td><b>Tab.&nbsp;&nbsp;</b></td><td><b>Title</b></td><td><b>Chapter</b></td></tr>
    276276<tr><td>1</td><td>Status of RTCM Version 3 message implementations in BNC supporting various GNSS systems</td><td>1.2</td></tr>
     277<tr><td>2</td><td>Contents and format of synchronized output of observations via IP port for feeding a GNSS engine</td><td>2.9</td></tr>
    277278</table>
    278279</p>
     
    24962497</p>
    24972498<p>
    2498 Each epoch in the output begins with a line containing the GPS Week Number and the seconds within the GPS Week. Following lines begin with the mountpoint string of the stream which provides the observations followed by a satellite ID. Observation types are specified by the 3-character observation code defined in RINEX Version 3. In case of phase observations a Slip Count is added which is put to '-1' if it is not set. The end of an epoch is indicated by an empty line.
     2499Each epoch in the output begins with a line containing the GPS Week Number and the seconds within the GPS Week. Following lines begin with the mountpoint string of the stream which provides the observations followed by a satellite ID. Observation types are specified by the 3-character observation code defined in RINEX Version 3. In case of phase observations, a Slip Count is added which is put to '-1' if it is not set. The end of an epoch is indicated by an empty line.
     2500</p>
     2501
     2502<p>
     2503The following table describes BNC's synchronized output of GNSS observations via IP port. It consists of 'Epoch Records' and 'Observation Records'. Each Epoch Record is followed by one or more Observation Records. The Observation Record is repeated for each satellite having been observed in the current epoch. The length of an Observation Record is given by the number of observation types for this satellite. Secifications for code, phase, doppler and signal strenght follow definitions presented in the RINEX Version 3.03 documentation.
     2504</p>
     2505
     2506<p><u>Table 2:</u> Contents and format of synchronized output of observations via IP port for feeding a GNSS engine</p>
     2507<p>
     2508<table>
     2509<tr><td></td><td><b>Example</b></td><td><b>Format</b></td></tr>
     2510
     2511<tr><td><b>Epoch Record</b></td><td></td><td></td></tr>
     2512<tr><td>Record Identifier</td><td>></td><td>A1</td></tr>
     2513<tr><td>GPS Week Number</td><td>1850</td><td>1X,I4</td></tr>
     2514<tr><td>GPS Seconds of Week</td><td>120556.0000000 &nbsp; &nbsp;</td><td>1X,F14.7</td></tr>
     2515
     2516<tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td></tr>
     2517<tr><td><b>Observation Record</b></td><td></td><td></td></tr>
     2518<tr><td>Mountpoint</td><td>WTZR0</td><td>A</td></tr>
     2519<tr><td>Satellite Number</td><td>G01</td><td>1X,A3</td></tr>
     2520
     2521<tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td></tr>
     2522
     2523<tr><td><u>Pseudo-Range Data</u></td><td></td><td></td></tr>
     2524<tr><td>Observation Code</td><td><b>C</b>1C</td><td>1X,A3</td></tr>
     2525<tr><td>Pseudo-Range Observation</td><td>25394034.112</td><td>1X,F14.3</td></tr>
     2526
     2527<tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td></tr>
     2528
     2529<tr><td><u>Carrier Phase Data</u></td><td></td><td></td></tr>
     2530<tr><td>Observation Code</td><td><b>L</b>1C</td><td>1X,A3</td></tr>
     2531<tr><td>Carrier Phase Observation</td><td>133446552.870</td><td>1X,F14.3</td></tr>
     2532<tr><td>Slip Count</td><td>127</td><td>1X,I4</td></tr>
     2533
     2534<tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td></tr>
     2535
     2536<tr><td><u>Doppler Data</u></td><td></td><td></td></tr>
     2537<tr><td>Observation Code</td><td><b>D</b>1C</td><td>1X,A3</td></tr>
     2538<tr><td>Doppler Observation</td><td>-87.977</td><td>1X,F14.3</td></tr>
     2539
     2540<tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td></tr>
     2541
     2542<tr><td><u>Signal Strength</u></td><td></td><td></td></tr>
     2543<tr><td>Observation Code</td><td><b>S</b>2W</td><td>1X,A3</td></tr>
     2544<tr><td>Observed Signal Strength &nbsp; &nbsp;</td><td>34.750</td><td>1X,F8.3</td></tr>
     2545
     2546</table>
    24992547</p>
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    25042552
    25052553<p>
    2506 The following is an example for file and IP port output, which presents observations from GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BDS (BeiDou), QZSS, and SBAS satellites as collected through streams WTZR0, CUT07, and COCO0:
    2507 <pre>
     2554The following is an example for file and IP port output, which presents observations from GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BDS (BeiDou), QZSS, and SBAS satellites as collected through streams WTZR0, CUT07, and COCO0: <pre>
    25082555> 1850 120556.0000000
    25092556WTZR0 G01  C1C   25394034.112 L1C  133446552.870 127 S1C   43.000 C2W   25394040.832 L2W  103984354.397 127 S2W   34.750
     
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    25132560WTZR0 G28  C1C   25200320.952 L1C  132428507.619 127 S1C   43.500 C2W   25200323.952 L2W  103191035.510 127 S2W   35.000
    2514 WTZR0 R01  C1C   21380903.420 L1C  114293200.377 127 S1C   48.750 C2P   21380907.340 L2P   88894741.570 127 S2P   41.500
     256120  C1C   38780509.982 L1C  203793007.659 127 S1C   43.000
     2562FFMJ1 1884 116910.0000000 S23  C1C   38755689.362 L1C  203662453.796 127 S1C   48.000
     2563FFMJ1 1884 116910.0000000 S36  C1C   38415048.424 L1C  201872432.186 127 S1C   47.000
    25152564WTZR0 R02  C1C   22644814.432 L1C  120837082.440 127 S1C   46.500 C2P   22644817.592 L2P   93984421.793 127 S2P   42.500
    25162565WTZR0 R08  C1C   23068202.108 L1C  123529160.309 127 S1C   46.500 C2P   23068204.988 L2P   96078225.806 127 S2P   41.750
     
    25212570CUT07 G05  C1C   24944957.625 L1C  131087212.915 520 D1C       3895.703 S1C   37.625 C2W   24944962.168 L2W  102145324.192 520 S2W   20.875 C2X   24944962.004 L2X  102145177.172 520 S2X   36.125
    25222571...
    2523 CUT07 G30  C1C   20928146.555 L1C  109978415.517 606 D1C       2025.395 S1C   54.000 C2W   20928151.566 L2W   85697602.266 606 S2W   43.188 C2X   20928151.930 L2X   85697012.264 606 S2X   49.875 C5X   20928155.511 L5X   82126237.098 606 S5X   55.812
     257220  C1C   38780509.982 L1C  203793007.659 127 S1C   43.000
     2573FFMJ1 1884 116910.0000000 S23  C1C   38755689.362 L1C  203662453.796 127 S1C   48.000
     2574FFMJ1 1884 116910.0000000 S36  C1C   38415048.424 L1C  201872432.186 127 S1C   47.000
    25242575CUT07 R04  C1C   22160327.953 L1C  118666825.671 652 D1C      -2522.773 S1C   46.375 C1P   22160327.797 L1P  118667617.662 652 S1P   45.188 C2C   22160332.254 L2C   92297583.036 652 S2C   43.625 C2P   22160332.567 L2P   92297422.037 652 S2P   42.312
    25252576CUT07 R05  C1C   19447023.836 L1C  103954847.683 632 D1C        379.031 S1C   48.500 C1P   19447023.914 L1P  103954847.676 632 S1P   47.000 C2C   19447027.547 L2C   80853787.461 632 S2C   50.500 C2P   19447028.449 L2P   80853787.472 632 S2P   49.875
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