Changeset 8010 in ntrip


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Timestamp:
Aug 12, 2016, 4:53:44 PM (16 months ago)
Author:
wiese
Message:

ADD: config keywords in context help

Location:
trunk/BNC
Files:
5 edited

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  • trunk/BNC/ChangeLog.txt

    r8001 r8010  
    22 BNC VERSION 2.13.0 (xx.xx.xxxx) current
    33--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     4    Added   (12.08.2016): resp. config keywords in context help
    45    Added   (08.08.2016): some informations about the data source is added as
    56                          comment within the header of RINEX navigation files
  • trunk/BNC/src/bncsettings.cpp

    r7980 r8010  
    123123    setValue_p("reqcOldReceiverName", "");
    124124    setValue_p("reqcNewReceiverName", "");
     125    setValue_p("reqcOldAntennaNumber", "");
    125126    setValue_p("reqcNewAntennaNumber","");
     127    setValue_p("reqcOldAntennadE",    "");
    126128    setValue_p("reqcNewAntennadE",    "");
     129    setValue_p("reqcOldAntennadN",    "");
    127130    setValue_p("reqcNewAntennadN",    "");
     131    setValue_p("reqcOldAntennadU",    "");
    128132    setValue_p("reqcNewAntennadU",    "");
     133    setValue_p("reqcOldReceiverNumber", "");
    129134    setValue_p("reqcNewReceiverNumber", "");
    130     setValue_p("reqcOldAntennaNumber", "");
    131     setValue_p("reqcOldAntennadE",    "");
    132     setValue_p("reqcOldAntennadN",    "");
    133     setValue_p("reqcOldAntennadU",    "");
    134     setValue_p("reqcOldReceiverNumber", "");
    135135    setValue_p("reqcUseObsTypes",     "");
    136136    setValue_p("reqcV2Priority",      "G:12&PWCSLXYN G:5&IQX R:12&PC R:3&IQX E:16&BCX E:578&IQX J:1&SLXCZ J:26&SLX J:5&IQX C:IQX I:ABCX S:1&C S:5&IQX");
  • trunk/BNC/src/bncwindow.cpp

    r7980 r8010  
    12461246  // WhatsThis, Network
    12471247  // ------------------
    1248   _proxyHostLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>If you are running BNC within a protected Local Area Network (LAN), you may need to use a proxy server to access the Internet. Enter your proxy server IP and port number in case one is operated in front of BNC. If you do not know the IP and port of your proxy server, check the proxy server settings in your Internet browser or ask your network administrator.</p><p>Note that IP streaming is sometimes not allowed in a LAN. In this case you need to ask your network administrator for an appropriate modification of the local security policy or for the installation of a TCP relay to the Ntrip Broadcasters. If this is not possible, you may need to run BNC outside your LAN on a network that has unobstructed connection to the Internet.</p>"));
    1249   _proxyPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter your proxy server port number in case a proxy is operated in front of BNC.</p>"));
    1250   _sslCaCertPathLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Communication with an Ntrip Broadcaster over SSL requires the exchange of client and/or server certificates. Specify the path to a directory where you save certificates on your system. Don't try communication via SSL if you are not sure whether this is supported by the involved Ntrip Broadcaster.</p><p>Note that SSL communication is usually done over port 443.</p>"));
    1251   _sslIgnoreErrorsCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>SSL communication may involve queries coming from the Ntrip Broadcaster. Tick 'Ignore SSL authorization errors' if you don't want to be bothered with this.</p>"));
     1248  _proxyHostLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>If you are running BNC within a protected Local Area Network (LAN), you may need to use a proxy server to access the Internet. Enter your proxy server IP and port number in case one is operated in front of BNC. If you do not know the IP and port of your proxy server, check the proxy server settings in your Internet browser or ask your network administrator.</p><p>Note that IP streaming is sometimes not allowed in a LAN. In this case you need to ask your network administrator for an appropriate modification of the local security policy or for the installation of a TCP relay to the Ntrip Broadcasters. If this is not possible, you may need to run BNC outside your LAN on a network that has unobstructed connection to the Internet. <i>[key: proxyHost]</i></p>"));
     1249  _proxyPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter your proxy server port number in case a proxy is operated in front of BNC. <i>[key: proxyPort]</i></p>"));
     1250  _sslCaCertPathLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Communication with an Ntrip Broadcaster over SSL requires the exchange of client and/or server certificates. Specify the path to a directory where you save certificates on your system. Don't try communication via SSL if you are not sure whether this is supported by the involved Ntrip Broadcaster.</p><p>Note that SSL communication is usually done over port 443. <i>[key: sslCaCertPath]</i></p>"));
     1251  _sslIgnoreErrorsCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>SSL communication may involve queries coming from the Ntrip Broadcaster. Tick 'Ignore SSL authorization errors' if you don't want to be bothered with this. <i>[key: sslIgnoreErrors]</i></p>"));
    12521252
    12531253  // WhatsThis, General
    12541254  // ------------------
    1255   _logFileLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Records of BNC's activities are shown in the 'Log' tab on the bottom of this window. They can be saved into a file when a valid path for that is specified in the 'Logfile (full path)' field.</p><p>The logfile name will automatically be extended by a string '_YYMMDD' carrying the current date.</p>"));
    1256   _rnxAppendCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>When BNC is started, new files are created by default and file content already available under the same name will be overwritten. However, users might want to append already existing files following a regular restart or a crash of BNC or its platform.</p><p>Tick 'Append files' to continue with existing files and keep what has been recorded so far.</p>"));
    1257   _onTheFlyComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>When operating BNC online in 'no window' mode, some configuration parameters can be changed on-the-fly without interrupting the running process. For that BNC rereads parts of its configuration in pre-defined intervals.<p></p>Select '1 min', '5 min', '1 hour', or '1 day' to force BNC to reread its configuration every full minute, five minutes, hour, or day and let in between edited configuration options become effective on-the-fly without terminating uninvolved threads.</p><p>Note that when operating BNC in window mode, on-the-fly changeable configuration options become effective immediately via button 'Save & Reread Configuration'.</p>"));
    1258   _autoStartCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick 'Auto start' for auto-start of BNC at startup time in window mode with preassigned processing options.</p>"));
    1259   _rawOutFileLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Save all data coming in through various streams in the received order and format in one file.</p><p>This option is primarily meant for debugging purposes.</p>"));
     1255  _logFileLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Records of BNC's activities are shown in the 'Log' tab on the bottom of this window. They can be saved into a file when a valid path for that is specified in the 'Logfile (full path)' field.</p><p>The logfile name will automatically be extended by a string '_YYMMDD' carrying the current date. <i>[key: logFile]</i></p>"));
     1256  _rnxAppendCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>When BNC is started, new files are created by default and file content already available under the same name will be overwritten. However, users might want to append already existing files following a regular restart or a crash of BNC or its platform.</p><p>Tick 'Append files' to continue with existing files and keep what has been recorded so far. <i>[key: rnxAppend]</i></p>"));
     1257  _onTheFlyComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>When operating BNC online in 'no window' mode, some configuration parameters can be changed on-the-fly without interrupting the running process. For that BNC rereads parts of its configuration in pre-defined intervals.<p></p>Select '1 min', '5 min', '1 hour', or '1 day' to force BNC to reread its configuration every full minute, five minutes, hour, or day and let in between edited configuration options become effective on-the-fly without terminating uninvolved threads.</p><p>Note that when operating BNC in window mode, on-the-fly changeable configuration options become effective immediately via button 'Save & Reread Configuration'. <i>[key: onTheFlyInterval]</i></p>"));
     1258  _autoStartCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick 'Auto start' for auto-start of BNC at startup time in window mode with preassigned processing options. <i>[key: autoStart]</i></p>"));
     1259  _rawOutFileLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Save all data coming in through various streams in the received order and format in one file.</p><p>This option is primarily meant for debugging purposes. <i>[key: rawOutFile]</i></p>"));
    12601260
    12611261  // WhatsThis, RINEX Observations
    12621262  // -----------------------------
    1263   _rnxPathLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Here you specify the path to where the RINEX Observation files will be stored.</p><p>If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create RINEX Observation files.</p>"));
    1264   _rnxIntrComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the length of the RINEX Observation file.</p>"));
    1265   _rnxSamplSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the RINEX Observation sampling interval in seconds.</p><p>A value of zero '0' tells BNC to store all received epochs into RINEX Observation files.</p>"));
    1266   _rnxSkelLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC allows using personal RINEX skeleton files that contain the RINEX header records you would like to include. You can derive a skeleton file from information given in an up to date sitelog.</p><p>A file in the RINEX Observations 'Directory' with a 'Skeleton extension' skl or SKL is interpreted by BNC as a personal RINEX header skeleton file for the corresponding stream. In case of 'SKL'/'skl' the 4-char ID forming the base name has to be written in upper/lower cases. </p>"));
    1267   _rnxFileCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick check box 'Skeleton mandatory' in case you want that RINEX files are only produced if skeleton files are available for BNC. If no skeleton file is available for a particular source then no RINEX Observation file will be produced from the affected stream.</p><p>Note that a skeleton file contains RINEX header information such as receiver and antenna types. In case of stream conversion to RINEX Version 3, a skeleton file should also contain information on potentially available observation types. A missing skeleton file will therefore enforce BNC to only save a default set of RINEX 3 observation types.</p>"));
    1268   _rnxScrpLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Whenever a RINEX Observation file is finally saved, you may want to compress, copy or upload it immediately, for example via FTP. BNC allows you to execute a script/batch file to carry out such operation.</p><p>Specify the full path of a script or batch file. BNC will pass the full RINEX Observation file path to the script as command line parameter (%1 on Windows systems, $1 on Unix/Linux/Mac systems).</p>"));
    1269   _rnxV2Priority->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a priority list of characters defining signal attributes as defined in RINEX Version 3. Priorities will be used to map observations with RINEX Version 3 attributes from incoming streams to Version 2. The underscore character '_' stands for undefined attributes. A question mark '?' can be used as wildcard which represents any one character.</p><p>Signal priorities can be specified as equal for all systems, as system specific or as system and freq. specific. For example: </li><ul><li>'CWPX_?' (General signal priorities valid for all GNSS) </li><li>'C:IQX I:ABCX' (System specific signal priorities for BDS and IRNSS) </li><li>'G:12&PWCSLXYN G:5&IQX R:12&PC R:3&IQX' (System and frequency specific signal priorities) </li></ul>Default is the following priority list 'G:12&PWCSLXYN G:5&IQX R:12&PC R:3&IQX E:16&BCX E:578&IQX J:1&SLXCZ J:26&SLX J:5&IQX C:IQX I:ABCX S:1&C S:5&IQX'.</p>"));
    1270   _rnxV3CheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>The default format for RINEX Observation files is RINEX Version 2.</p><p>Select 'Version 3' if you want to save observations in RINEX Version 3 format.</p>"));
    1271   _rnxV3filenameCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick 'Version 3 filenames' to let BNC create so-called extended filenames following the RINEX Version 3 standard.</p><p>Default is an empty check box, meaning to create filenames following the RINEX Version 2 standard although the file content is saved in RINEX Version 3 format.</p>"));
     1263  _rnxPathLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Here you specify the path to where the RINEX Observation files will be stored.</p><p>If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create RINEX Observation files. <i>[key: rnxPath]</i></p>"));
     1264  _rnxIntrComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the length of the RINEX Observation file. <i>[key: rnxIntr]</i></p>"));
     1265  _rnxSamplSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the RINEX Observation sampling interval in seconds.</p><p>A value of zero '0' tells BNC to store all received epochs into RINEX Observation files. <i>[key: rnxSampl]</i></p>"));
     1266  _rnxSkelLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC allows using personal RINEX skeleton files that contain the RINEX header records you would like to include. You can derive a skeleton file from information given in an up to date sitelog.</p><p>A file in the RINEX Observations 'Directory' with a 'Skeleton extension' skl or SKL is interpreted by BNC as a personal RINEX header skeleton file for the corresponding stream. In case of 'SKL'/'skl' the 4-char ID forming the base name has to be written in upper/lower cases. <i>[key: rnxSkel]</i></p>"));
     1267  _rnxFileCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick check box 'Skeleton mandatory' in case you want that RINEX files are only produced if skeleton files are available for BNC. If no skeleton file is available for a particular source then no RINEX Observation file will be produced from the affected stream.</p><p>Note that a skeleton file contains RINEX header information such as receiver and antenna types. In case of stream conversion to RINEX Version 3, a skeleton file should also contain information on potentially available observation types. A missing skeleton file will therefore enforce BNC to only save a default set of RINEX 3 observation types. <i>[key: rnxOnlyWithSKL]</i></p>"));
     1268  _rnxScrpLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Whenever a RINEX Observation file is finally saved, you may want to compress, copy or upload it immediately, for example via FTP. BNC allows you to execute a script/batch file to carry out such operation.</p><p>Specify the full path of a script or batch file. BNC will pass the full RINEX Observation file path to the script as command line parameter (%1 on Windows systems, $1 on Unix/Linux/Mac systems). <i>[key: rnxScript]</i></p>"));
     1269  _rnxV2Priority->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a priority list of characters defining signal attributes as defined in RINEX Version 3. Priorities will be used to map observations with RINEX Version 3 attributes from incoming streams to Version 2. The underscore character '_' stands for undefined attributes. A question mark '?' can be used as wildcard which represents any one character.</p><p>Signal priorities can be specified as equal for all systems, as system specific or as system and freq. specific. For example: </li><ul><li>'CWPX_?' (General signal priorities valid for all GNSS) </li><li>'C:IQX I:ABCX' (System specific signal priorities for BDS and IRNSS) </li><li>'G:12&PWCSLXYN G:5&IQX R:12&PC R:3&IQX' (System and frequency specific signal priorities) </li></ul>Default is the following priority list 'G:12&PWCSLXYN G:5&IQX R:12&PC R:3&IQX E:16&BCX E:578&IQX J:1&SLXCZ J:26&SLX J:5&IQX C:IQX I:ABCX S:1&C S:5&IQX'. <i>[key: rnxV2Priority]</i></p>"));
     1270  _rnxV3CheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>The default format for RINEX Observation files is RINEX Version 2.</p><p>Select 'Version 3' if you want to save observations in RINEX Version 3 format. <i>[key: rnxV3]</i></p>"));
     1271  _rnxV3filenameCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick 'Version 3 filenames' to let BNC create so-called extended filenames following the RINEX Version 3 standard.</p><p>Default is an empty check box, meaning to create filenames following the RINEX Version 2 standard although the file content is saved in RINEX Version 3 format. <i>[key: rnxV3filenames]</i></p>"));
    12721272
    12731273  // WhatsThis, RINEX Ephemeris
    12741274  // --------------------------
    1275   _ephPathLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the path for saving Broadcast Ephemeris data as RINEX Navigation files.</p><p>If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create RINEX Navigation files.</p>"));
    1276   _ephIntrComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the length of the RINEX Navigation file.</p>"));
    1277   _ephOutPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can produce ephemeris data in RINEX Navigation ASCII format on your local host through an IP port.</p><p>Specify a port number here to activate this function.</p>"));
    1278   _ephV3CheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>The default format for output of RINEX Navigation data containing Broadcast Ephemeris is RINEX Version 2.</p><p>Select 'Version 3' if you want to output ephemeris in RINEX Version 3 format.</p>"));
    1279   _ephV3filenameCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick 'Version 3 filenames' to let BNC create so-called extended filenames following the RINEX Version 3 standard.</p><p>Default is an empty check box, meaning to create filenames following the RINEX Version 2 standard although the file content is saved in RINEX Version 3 format.</p>"));
     1275  _ephPathLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the path for saving Broadcast Ephemeris data as RINEX Navigation files.</p><p>If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create RINEX Navigation files. <i>[key: ephPath]</i></p>"));
     1276  _ephIntrComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the length of the RINEX Navigation file. <i>[key: ephIntr]</i></p>"));
     1277  _ephOutPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can produce ephemeris data in RINEX Navigation ASCII format on your local host through an IP port.</p><p>Specify a port number here to activate this function. <i>[key: ephOutPort]</i></p>"));
     1278  _ephV3CheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>The default format for output of RINEX Navigation data containing Broadcast Ephemeris is RINEX Version 2.</p><p>Select 'Version 3' if you want to output ephemeris in RINEX Version 3 format. <i>[key: ephV3]</i></p>"));
     1279  _ephV3filenameCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick 'Version 3 filenames' to let BNC create so-called extended filenames following the RINEX Version 3 standard.</p><p>Default is an empty check box, meaning to create filenames following the RINEX Version 2 standard although the file content is saved in RINEX Version 3 format. <i>[key: ephV3filenames]</i></p>"));
    12801280
    12811281  // WhatsThis, RINEX Editing & QC
    12821282  // -----------------------------
    1283   _reqcActionComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC allows to 'Edit or Concatenate' RINEX Version 2 or 3 files or to perform a Quality Check (QC) and 'Analyze' data following UNAVCO's famous 'teqc' program.</p>"));
     1283  _reqcActionComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC allows to 'Edit or Concatenate' RINEX Version 2 or 3 files or to perform a Quality Check (QC) and 'Analyze' data following UNAVCO's famous 'teqc' program. <i>[key: reqcAction]</i></p>"));
    12841284  _reqcEditOptionButton->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify options for editing RINEX Version 2 or 3 files.</p>"));
    1285   _reqcObsFileChooser->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to input observation files in RINEX Version 2 or 3 format.</p><p>Note that when in 'Analyze' mode, specifying at least one RINEX observation file is mandatory.</p>"));
    1286   _reqcNavFileChooser->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to input navigation files in RINEX Version 2 or 3 format.</p><p>Note that when in 'Analyze' mode, specifying at least one RINEX navigation file is mandatory.</p>"));
    1287   _reqcOutObsLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a RINEX Observation output file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no RINEX Observation output file will be produced.</p>"));
    1288   _reqcOutNavLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a RINEX Navigation output file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no RINEX Navigation output file will be produced.</p>"));
    1289   _reqcOutLogLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a logfile.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no 'RINEX Editing & QC' logfile will be produced.</p>"));
    1290   _reqcLogSummaryOnly->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>By default BNC produces a detailed 'Logfile' providing all information resulting from editing or analyzing RINEX data. If that is too much information, you can limit the logfile content to a short summary.</p><p>Tick 'Summary only' to suppress full logfile output and instead produce a logfile containing only summary information.</p>"));
    1291   _reqcPlotDirLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a directory for saving plots in PNG format.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that plots will not be saved on disk.</p>"));
    1292   _reqcSkyPlotSignals->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can produce plots for multipath, signal-to-noise ratio, satellite availability, satellite elevation, and PDOP values. The 'Plots for signals' option lets you exactly specify observation signals to be used for that and also enables the plot generation. You can specify the navigation system, the frequency, and the tracking mode or channel as defined in RINEX Version 3. Specifications for frequency and tracking mode or channel must be separated by ampersand character '&'. Specifications for navigation systems must be separated by blank character ' '.</p><p>Examples for 'Plots for signals' option:<ul><li> G:1&2 R:1&2 J:1&2 E:1&7 C:1&6 S:1<br>(Plots will be based on GPS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency, GLONASS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency, QZSS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency, Galileo observations on 1st and 7th frequency, BeiDou observations on 1st and 6th frequency, SBAS observations on 1st frequency.)</li><li>G:1C&5X<br>(Plots will be based on GPS observations on 1st frequency in C tracking mode and GPS observations on 5th frequency in X tracking mode.)</li><li>C:6I&7I<br>(Plots will be based on BeiDou observations on 6th frequency in I tracking mode and BeiDou observations on 7th frequency in I tracking mode.)<li></ul></p><p>Default is 'C:2&7 E:1&5 G:1&2 J:1&2 R:1&2 S:1&5'. Specifying an empty option string would be overruled by this default.</p>"));
     1285  _reqcObsFileChooser->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to input observation files in RINEX Version 2 or 3 format.</p><p>Note that when in 'Analyze' mode, specifying at least one RINEX observation file is mandatory. <i>[key: reqcObsFile]</i></p>"));
     1286  _reqcNavFileChooser->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to input navigation files in RINEX Version 2 or 3 format.</p><p>Note that when in 'Analyze' mode, specifying at least one RINEX navigation file is mandatory. <i>[key: reqcNavFile]</i></p>"));
     1287  _reqcOutObsLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a RINEX Observation output file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no RINEX Observation output file will be produced. <i>[key: reqcOutObsFile]</i></p>"));
     1288  _reqcOutNavLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a RINEX Navigation output file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no RINEX Navigation output file will be produced. <i>[key: reqcOutNavFile]</i></p>"));
     1289  _reqcOutLogLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a logfile.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no 'RINEX Editing & QC' logfile will be produced. <i>[key: reqcOutLogFile]</i></p>"));
     1290  _reqcLogSummaryOnly->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>By default BNC produces a detailed 'Logfile' providing all information resulting from editing or analyzing RINEX data. If that is too much information, you can limit the logfile content to a short summary.</p><p>Tick 'Summary only' to suppress full logfile output and instead produce a logfile containing only summary information. <i>[key: reqcLogSummaryOnly]</i></p>"));
     1291  _reqcPlotDirLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a directory for saving plots in PNG format.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that plots will not be saved on disk. <i>[key: reqcPlotDir]</i></p>"));
     1292  _reqcSkyPlotSignals->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can produce plots for multipath, signal-to-noise ratio, satellite availability, satellite elevation, and PDOP values. The 'Plots for signals' option lets you exactly specify observation signals to be used for that and also enables the plot generation. You can specify the navigation system, the frequency, and the tracking mode or channel as defined in RINEX Version 3. Specifications for frequency and tracking mode or channel must be separated by ampersand character '&'. Specifications for navigation systems must be separated by blank character ' '.</p><p>Examples for 'Plots for signals' option:<ul><li> G:1&2 R:1&2 J:1&2 E:1&7 C:1&6 S:1<br>(Plots will be based on GPS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency, GLONASS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency, QZSS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency, Galileo observations on 1st and 7th frequency, BeiDou observations on 1st and 6th frequency, SBAS observations on 1st frequency.)</li><li>G:1C&5X<br>(Plots will be based on GPS observations on 1st frequency in C tracking mode and GPS observations on 5th frequency in X tracking mode.)</li><li>C:6I&7I<br>(Plots will be based on BeiDou observations on 6th frequency in I tracking mode and BeiDou observations on 7th frequency in I tracking mode.)<li></ul></p><p>Default is 'C:2&7 E:1&5 G:1&2 J:1&2 R:1&2 S:1&5'. Specifying an empty option string would be overruled by this default. <i>[key: reqcSkyPlotSignals]</i></p>"));
    12931293
    12941294  // WhatsThis, SP3 Comparison
    12951295  // -------------------------
    1296   _sp3CompFileChooser->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can compare two SP3 files containing GNSS satellite orbit and clock information.</p></p>Specify the full path to two files with orbits and clocks in SP3 format, separate them by comma.</p>"));
    1297   _sp3CompExclude->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify satellites to exclude them from orbit and clock comparison. Example:<p>G04,G31,R</p><p>This excludes GPS satellites PRN 4 and 31 as well as all GLONASS satellites from the comparison.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no satellite is excluded from the comparison.</p>"));
    1298   _sp3CompLogLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a logfile saving comparison results.</p><p>Specifying a logfile is mandatory. Comparing SP3 files and not saving comparison results on disk would be useless.</p>"));
     1296  _sp3CompFileChooser->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can compare two SP3 files containing GNSS satellite orbit and clock information.</p></p>Specify the full path to two files with orbits and clocks in SP3 format, separate them by comma. <i>[key: sp3CompFile]</i></p>"));
     1297  _sp3CompExclude->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify satellites to exclude them from orbit and clock comparison. Example:<p>G04,G31,R</p><p>This excludes GPS satellites PRN 4 and 31 as well as all GLONASS satellites from the comparison.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no satellite is excluded from the comparison. <i>[key: sp3CompExclude]</i></p>"));
     1298  _sp3CompLogLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a logfile saving comparison results.</p><p>Specifying a logfile is mandatory. Comparing SP3 files and not saving comparison results on disk would be useless. <i>[key: sp3CompOutLogFile]</i></p>"));
    12991299
    13001300  // WhatsThis, Broadcast Corrections
    13011301  // --------------------------------
    1302   _corrPathLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a directory for saving Broadcast Ephemeris Correction files.</p><p>If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create the files.</p>"));
    1303   _corrPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can produce Broadcast Ephemeris Corrections on your local host through an IP port.</p><p>Specify a port number here to activate this function.</p>"));
    1304   _corrIntrComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the length of Broadcast Ephemeris Correction files.</p>"));
     1302  _corrPathLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a directory for saving Broadcast Ephemeris Correction files.</p><p>If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create the files. <i>[key: corrPath]</i></p>"));
     1303  _corrIntrComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the length of Broadcast Ephemeris Correction files. <i>[key: corrIntr]</i></p>"));
     1304  _corrPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can produce Broadcast Ephemeris Corrections on your local host through an IP port.</p><p>Specify a port number here to activate this function. <i>[key: corrPort]</i></p>"));
    13051305
    13061306  // WhatsThis, Feed Engine
    13071307  // ----------------------
    1308   _outPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can produce synchronized observations in a plain ASCII format on your local host via IP port.</p><p>Specify a port number to activate this function.</p>"));
    1309   _outWaitSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>When feeding a real-time GNSS network engine waiting for synchronized input epoch by epoch, BNC drops whatever is received later than 'Wait for full obs epoch' seconds.</p><p>A value of 3 to 5 seconds is recommended, depending on the latency of the incoming streams and the delay acceptable to your real-time GNSS network engine or product.</p>"));
    1310   _outSamplSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a synchronized observation sampling interval in seconds.</p><p>A value of zero '0' tells BNC to send/store all received epochs.</p>"));
    1311   _outFileLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a file where synchronized observations are saved in plain ASCII format.</p><p>Beware that the size of this file can rapidly increase depending on the number of incoming streams.</p>"));
    1312   _outUPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can produce unsynchronized observations in a plain ASCII format on your local host via IP port.</p><p>Specify a port number to activate this function.</p>"));
     1308  _outPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can produce synchronized observations in a plain ASCII format on your local host via IP port.</p><p>Specify a port number to activate this function. <i>[key: outPort]</i></p>"));
     1309  _outWaitSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>When feeding a real-time GNSS network engine waiting for synchronized input epoch by epoch, BNC drops whatever is received later than 'Wait for full obs epoch' seconds.</p><p>A value of 3 to 5 seconds is recommended, depending on the latency of the incoming streams and the delay acceptable to your real-time GNSS network engine or product. <i>[key: outWait]</i></p>"));
     1310  _outSamplSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a synchronized observation sampling interval in seconds.</p><p>A value of zero '0' tells BNC to send/store all received epochs. <i>[key: outSampl]</i></p>"));
     1311  _outFileLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a file where synchronized observations are saved in plain ASCII format.</p><p>Beware that the size of this file can rapidly increase depending on the number of incoming streams. <i>[key: outFile]</i></p>"));
     1312  _outUPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can produce unsynchronized observations in a plain ASCII format on your local host via IP port.</p><p>Specify a port number to activate this function. <i>[key: outUPort]</i></p>"));
    13131313
    13141314  // WhatsThis, Serial Output
    13151315  // ------------------------
    1316   _serialMountPointLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter a 'Mountpoint' to forward the corresponding stream to a serial connected receiver.</p><p>Depending on the stream content, the receiver may use it for example for Differential GNSS, Precise Point Positioning or any other purpose supported by its firmware.</p>"));
    1317   _serialPortNameLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter the serial 'Port name' selected for communication with your serial connected receiver. Valid port names are</p><pre>Windows:       COM1, COM2<br>Linux:         /dev/ttyS0, /dev/ttyS1<br>FreeBSD:       /dev/ttyd0, /dev/ttyd1<br>Digital Unix:  /dev/tty01, /dev/tty02<br>HP-UX:         /dev/tty1p0, /dev/tty2p0<br>SGI/IRIX:      /dev/ttyf1, /dev/ttyf2<br>SunOS/Solaris: /dev/ttya, /dev/ttyb</pre><p>Note that before you start BNC, you must plug a serial cable in the port defined here.</p>"));
    1318   _serialBaudRateComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a 'Baud rate' for the serial output link.</p><p>Note that your selection must equal the baud rate configured to the serial connected receiver. Using a high baud rate is recommended.</p>"));
    1319   _serialFlowControlComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a 'Flow control' for the serial output link.</p><p>Note that your selection must equal the flow control configured to the serial connected receiver. Select 'OFF' if you don't know better.</p>"));
    1320   _serialDataBitsComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the number of 'Data bits' for the serial output link.</p><p>Note that your selection must equal the number of data bits configured to the serial connected receiver. Note further that often 8 data bits are used.</p>"));
    1321   _serialParityComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a 'Parity' for the serial output link.</p><p>Note that your selection must equal the parity selection configured to the serial connected receiver. The parity is often set to 'NONE'.</p>"));
    1322   _serialStopBitsComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the number of 'Stop bits' for the serial output link.</p><p>Note that your selection must equal the number of stop bits configured to the serial connected receiver. Note further that often 1 stop bit is used.</p>"));
    1323   _serialAutoNMEAComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>The 'NMEA' option supports the so-called 'Virtual Reference Station' (VRS) concept which requires the receiver to send approximate position information to the Ntrip Broadcaster. Select 'no' if you don't want BNC to forward or upload any NMEA message to the Ntrip Broadcaster in support of VRS.</p><p>Select 'Auto' to automatically forward NMEA messages of type GGA from your serial connected receiver to the Ntrip Broadcaster and/or save them in a file.</p><p>Select 'Manual GPGGA' or 'Manual GNGGA' if you want BNC to produce and upload GPGGA or GNGGA NMEA messages to the Ntrip Broadcaster because your serial connected receiver doesn't generate these messages. A Talker ID 'GP' preceding the GGA string stands for GPS solutions while a Talker ID 'GN' stands for multi constellation solutions.</p><p>Note that selecting 'Auto' or 'Manual' works only for VRS streams which show up under the 'Streams' canvas on BNC's main window with 'nmea' stream attribute set to 'yes'. This attribute is either extracted from the Ntrip Broadcaster's source-table or introduced by the user via editing the BNC configuration file.</p>"));
    1324   _serialFileNMEALineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a file where NMEA messages coming from your serial connected receiver are saved.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that NMEA messages will not be saved on disk.</p>"));
    1325   _serialHeightNMEALineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify an approximate 'Height' above mean sea level in meters for the reference station introduced by option 'Mountpoint'. Together with the latitude and longitude from the source-table, the height information is used to build GGA messages to be sent to the Ntrip Broadcaster.</p><p>For adjusting latitude and longitude values of a VRS stream given in the 'Streams' canvas, you can double click the latitude/longitude data fields, specify appropriate values and then hit Enter.</p><p>This option is only relevant when option 'NMEA' is set to 'Manual GPGGA' or 'Manual GNGGA' respectively.</p>"));
    1326   _serialManualNMEASamplingSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a sampling interval in seconds for manual generation and upload of NMEA GGA sentences.</p><p>A sampling rate of '0' means, the a GGA sentence will be send only once to initialize the requested VRS stream. Note that some VRS systems need GGA sentences at regular intervals.</p>"));
     1316  _serialMountPointLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter a 'Mountpoint' to forward the corresponding stream to a serial connected receiver.</p><p>Depending on the stream content, the receiver may use it for example for Differential GNSS, Precise Point Positioning or any other purpose supported by its firmware. <i>[key: serialMountPoint]</i></p>"));
     1317  _serialPortNameLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter the serial 'Port name' selected for communication with your serial connected receiver. Valid port names are</p><pre>Windows:       COM1, COM2<br>Linux:         /dev/ttyS0, /dev/ttyS1<br>FreeBSD:       /dev/ttyd0, /dev/ttyd1<br>Digital Unix:  /dev/tty01, /dev/tty02<br>HP-UX:         /dev/tty1p0, /dev/tty2p0<br>SGI/IRIX:      /dev/ttyf1, /dev/ttyf2<br>SunOS/Solaris: /dev/ttya, /dev/ttyb</pre><p>Note that before you start BNC, you must plug a serial cable in the port defined here. <i>[key: serialPortName]</i></p>"));
     1318  _serialBaudRateComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a 'Baud rate' for the serial output link.</p><p>Note that your selection must equal the baud rate configured to the serial connected receiver. Using a high baud rate is recommended. <i>[key: serialBaudRate]</i></p>"));
     1319  _serialFlowControlComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a 'Flow control' for the serial output link.</p><p>Note that your selection must equal the flow control configured to the serial connected receiver. Select 'OFF' if you don't know better. <i>[key: serialFlowControl]</i></p>"));
     1320  _serialDataBitsComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the number of 'Data bits' for the serial output link.</p><p>Note that your selection must equal the number of data bits configured to the serial connected receiver. Note further that often 8 data bits are used. <i>[key: serialDataBits]</i></p>"));
     1321  _serialParityComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a 'Parity' for the serial output link.</p><p>Note that your selection must equal the parity selection configured to the serial connected receiver. The parity is often set to 'NONE'. <i>[key: serialParity]</i></p>"));
     1322  _serialStopBitsComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the number of 'Stop bits' for the serial output link.</p><p>Note that your selection must equal the number of stop bits configured to the serial connected receiver. Note further that often 1 stop bit is used. <i>[key: serialStopBits]</i></p>"));
     1323  _serialAutoNMEAComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>The 'NMEA' option supports the so-called 'Virtual Reference Station' (VRS) concept which requires the receiver to send approximate position information to the Ntrip Broadcaster. Select 'no' if you don't want BNC to forward or upload any NMEA message to the Ntrip Broadcaster in support of VRS.</p><p>Select 'Auto' to automatically forward NMEA messages of type GGA from your serial connected receiver to the Ntrip Broadcaster and/or save them in a file.</p><p>Select 'Manual GPGGA' or 'Manual GNGGA' if you want BNC to produce and upload GPGGA or GNGGA NMEA messages to the Ntrip Broadcaster because your serial connected receiver doesn't generate these messages. A Talker ID 'GP' preceding the GGA string stands for GPS solutions while a Talker ID 'GN' stands for multi constellation solutions.</p><p>Note that selecting 'Auto' or 'Manual' works only for VRS streams which show up under the 'Streams' canvas on BNC's main window with 'nmea' stream attribute set to 'yes'. This attribute is either extracted from the Ntrip Broadcaster's source-table or introduced by the user via editing the BNC configuration file. <i>[key: serialAutoNMEA]</i></p>"));
     1324  _serialFileNMEALineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a file where NMEA messages coming from your serial connected receiver are saved.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that NMEA messages will not be saved on disk. <i>[key: serialFileNMEA]</i></p>"));
     1325  _serialHeightNMEALineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify an approximate 'Height' above mean sea level in meters for the reference station introduced by option 'Mountpoint'. Together with the latitude and longitude from the source-table, the height information is used to build GGA messages to be sent to the Ntrip Broadcaster.</p><p>For adjusting latitude and longitude values of a VRS stream given in the 'Streams' canvas, you can double click the latitude/longitude data fields, specify appropriate values and then hit Enter.</p><p>This option is only relevant when option 'NMEA' is set to 'Manual GPGGA' or 'Manual GNGGA' respectively. <i>[key: serialHeightNMEA]</i></p>"));
     1326  _serialManualNMEASamplingSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a sampling interval in seconds for manual generation and upload of NMEA GGA sentences.</p><p>A sampling rate of '0' means, the a GGA sentence will be send only once to initialize the requested VRS stream. Note that some VRS systems need GGA sentences at regular intervals. <i>[key: serialManualNMEASampling]</i></p>"));
    13271327
    13281328  // WhatsThis, Outages
    13291329  // ------------------
    1330   _adviseObsRateComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can collect all returns (success or failure) coming from a decoder within a certain short time span to then decide whether a stream has an outage or its content is corrupted. The procedure needs a rough estimate of the expected 'Observation rate' of the incoming streams. When a continuous problem is detected, BNC can inform its operator about this event through an advisory note.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that you don't want BNC to report on stream failures or recoveries when exceeding a threshold time span.</p>"));
    1331   _adviseFailSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>An advisory note is generated when no (or only corrupted) observations are seen throughout the 'Failure threshold' time span. A value of 15 min (default) is recommended.</p><p>A value of zero '0' means that for any stream failure, however short, BNC immediately generates an advisory note.</p>"));
    1332   _adviseRecoSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Following a stream outage or a longer series of bad observations, an advisory note is generated when valid observations are received again throughout the 'Recovery threshold' time span. A value of about 5min (default) is recommended.</p><p>A value of zero '0' means that for any stream recovery, however short, BNC immediately generates an advisory note.</p>"));
    1333   _adviseScriptLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a script or batch file to handle advisory notes generated in the event of corrupted streams or stream outages. The affected mountpoint and a comment 'Begin_Outage', 'End_Outage', 'Begin_Corrupted', or 'End_Corrupted' are passed on to the script as command line parameters.</p><p>The script may have the task to send the advisory notes by email to BNC's operator and/or to the affected stream provider.</p><p>An empty option field (default) or invalid path means that you don't want to use this option.</p>"));
     1330  _adviseObsRateComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can collect all returns (success or failure) coming from a decoder within a certain short time span to then decide whether a stream has an outage or its content is corrupted. The procedure needs a rough estimate of the expected 'Observation rate' of the incoming streams. When a continuous problem is detected, BNC can inform its operator about this event through an advisory note.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that you don't want BNC to report on stream failures or recoveries when exceeding a threshold time span. <i>[key: adviseObsRate]</i></p>"));
     1331  _adviseFailSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>An advisory note is generated when no (or only corrupted) observations are seen throughout the 'Failure threshold' time span. A value of 15 min (default) is recommended.</p><p>A value of zero '0' means that for any stream failure, however short, BNC immediately generates an advisory note. <i>[key: adviseFail]</i></p>"));
     1332  _adviseRecoSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Following a stream outage or a longer series of bad observations, an advisory note is generated when valid observations are received again throughout the 'Recovery threshold' time span. A value of about 5min (default) is recommended.</p><p>A value of zero '0' means that for any stream recovery, however short, BNC immediately generates an advisory note. <i>[key: adviseReco]</i></p>"));
     1333  _adviseScriptLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the full path to a script or batch file to handle advisory notes generated in the event of corrupted streams or stream outages. The affected mountpoint and a comment 'Begin_Outage', 'End_Outage', 'Begin_Corrupted', or 'End_Corrupted' are passed on to the script as command line parameters.</p><p>The script may have the task to send the advisory notes by email to BNC's operator and/or to the affected stream provider.</p><p>An empty option field (default) or invalid path means that you don't want to use this option. <i>[key: adviseScript]</i></p>"));
    13341334
    13351335  // WhatsThis, Miscellaneous
    13361336  // ------------------------
    1337   _miscMountLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a mountpoint to apply any of the options shown below. Enter 'ALL' if you want to apply these options to all configured streams.</p><p>An empty option field (default) means that you don't want BNC to apply any of these options.</p>"));
    1338   _miscIntrComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can average latencies per stream over a certain period of GPS time. The resulting mean latencies are recorded in the 'Log' tab at the end of each 'Log latency' interval together with results of a statistical evaluation (approximate number of covered epochs, data gaps).</p><p>Select a 'Log latency' interval or select the empty option field if you do not want BNC to log latencies and statistical information.</p>"));
    1339   _miscScanRTCMCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick 'Scan RTCM' to log the numbers of incoming message types as well as contained antenna coordinates, antenna height, and antenna descriptor.</p><p>In case of RTCM Version 3 MSM streams, BNC will also log contained RINEX Version 3 observation types.</p>."));
    1340   _miscPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can output an incoming stream through an IP port of your local host.</p><p>Specify a port number to activate this function.</p>"));
     1337  _miscMountLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a mountpoint to apply any of the options shown below. Enter 'ALL' if you want to apply these options to all configured streams.</p><p>An empty option field (default) means that you don't want BNC to apply any of these options. <i>[key: miscMount]</i></p>"));
     1338  _miscIntrComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can average latencies per stream over a certain period of GPS time. The resulting mean latencies are recorded in the 'Log' tab at the end of each 'Log latency' interval together with results of a statistical evaluation (approximate number of covered epochs, data gaps).</p><p>Select a 'Log latency' interval or select the empty option field if you do not want BNC to log latencies and statistical information. <i>[key: miscIntr]</i></p>"));
     1339  _miscScanRTCMCheckBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick 'Scan RTCM' to log the numbers of incoming message types as well as contained antenna coordinates, antenna height, and antenna descriptor.</p><p>In case of RTCM Version 3 MSM streams, BNC will also log contained RINEX Version 3 observation types. <i>[key: miscScanRTCM]</i></p>"));
     1340  _miscPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can output an incoming stream through an IP port of your local host.</p><p>Specify a port number to activate this function. <i>[key: miscPort]</i></p>"));
    13411341
    13421342  // WhatsThis, PPP (1)
    13431343  // ------------------
    1344   _pppWidgets._dataSource->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select 'Real-time Streams' for real-time PPP from RTCM streams or 'RINEX Files' for post processing PPP from RINEX files.</p><p><ul><li>Real-time PPP requires that you pull a RTCM stream carrying GNSS observations plus a stream providing corrections to Broadcast Ephemeris. If the observations stream does not contain Broadcast Ephemeris then you must in addition pull a Broadcast Ephemeris stream like 'RTCM3EPH' from Ntrip Broadcaster <u>products.igs-ip.net</u>.<br></li><li>Post processing PPP requires RINEX Observation files, RINEX Navigation files and a file with corrections to Broadcast Ephemeris in plain ASCII format as saved beforehand using BNC.</li></ul></p><p>Note that BNC allows to carry out PPP solutions simultaneously for several stations.</p>"));
    1345   _pppWidgets._rinexObs->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the RINEX Observation file.</p>"));
    1346   _pppWidgets._rinexNav->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the RINEX Navigation file.</p>"));
    1347   _pppWidgets._corrMount->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a 'mountpoint' from the 'Streams' canvas below which provides corrections to Broadcast Ephemeris.</p><p>If you don't specify a corrections stream via this option, BNC will fall back to Single Point Positioning (SPP, positioning from observations and Broadcast Ephemeris only) instead of doing PPP.</p>"));
    1348   _pppWidgets._corrFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the Broadcast Ephemeris Corrections file as saved beforehand using BNC.</p><p>If you don't specify corrections by this option, BNC will fall back to Single Point Positioning (SPP, positioning from RINEX Obs and RINEX Nav files only) instead of doing PPP.</p>"));
    1349   _pppWidgets._antexFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Observations in RTCM streams or RINEX files should be referred to the receiver's and to the satellite's Antenna Phase Center (APC) and therefore be corrected for<ul><li>Receiver APC offsets</li><li>Receiver APC variations</li><li>Satellite APC offsets.</li></ul> Specify the full path to an IGS 'ANTEX file' which contains APC offsets and variations.</p><p>If you don't specify an 'ANTEX file' then observations will not be corrected for APC offsets and variations.</p>"));
    1350   _pppWidgets._blqFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter the full path to an ocean loading file in BLQ format. It contains a record for each site, which shows a header with information on the ocean tide model, the site name and the geographic coordinates. The first three rows of numbers designate amplitudes (meter), radial, west, south, and are followed by three lines with the corresponding phase values (degrees).</p>"));
    1351   _pppWidgets._crdFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter the full path to an ASCII file which specifies the streams or files of those stations you want to process. Specifying a 'Coordinates file' is optional. If it exists, it should contain one record per station with the following parameters separated by blank character:<p><ul><li>Specify the station either by<ul><li>the 'Mountpoint' of the station's RTCM stream (when in real-time PPP mode), or</li><li>the 4-charater station ID of the RINEX Observations file (when in post processing PPP mode).</li></ul></li><li>Approximate X,Y,Z coordinate of station's Antenna Reference Point [m] (ARP, specify '0.0 0.0 0.0' if unknown).</li><li>North, East and Up component of antenna eccentricity [m] (specify '0.0 0.0 0.0' if unknown).</li><li>20 Characters describing the antenna type and radome following the IGS 'ANTEX file' standard (leave blank if unknown).</li><li>Receiver type following the naming conventions for IGS equipment.</li></ul></p><p>Records with exclamation mark '!' in the first column or blank records will be interpreted as comment lines and ignored.</p>"));
    1352   _pppWidgets._v3filenames->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick 'Version 3 filenames' to let BNC create so-called extended filenames for PPP logfiles, NMEA files and SINEX Troposphere files following the RINEX Version 3 standard.</p><p>Default is an empty check box, meaning to create filenames following the RINEX Version 2 standard. The file content is not affected by this option. It only concerns the filenames.</p>"));
    1353   _pppWidgets._logPath->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a directory for saving daily PPP logfiles. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create such files.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no PPP logfiles shall be produced.</p>"));
    1354   _pppWidgets._nmeaPath->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a directory for saving coordinates in daily NMEA files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create such files.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no NMEA file shall be produced.</p>"));
    1355   _pppWidgets._snxtroPath->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a directory for saving SINEX Troposphere files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create such files.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no SINEX Troposphere files shall be produced.</p>"));
    1356   _pppWidgets._snxtroIntr->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a length for SINEX Troposphere files.</p><p>Default 'SNX TRO interval' for saving SINEX Troposphere files on disk is '1 hour'.</p>"));
    1357   _pppWidgets._snxtroSampl->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a 'Sampling' rate for saving troposphere parameters.</p><p>Default 'SNX TRO sampling' rate is '0', meaning that all troposphere estimates will be saved on disk.</p>"));
    1358   _pppWidgets._snxtroAc->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a 3-character abbreviation describing you as the generating Analysis Center (AC) in your SINEX troposphere files.</p>"));
    1359   _pppWidgets._snxtroSol->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a 4-character solution ID to allow a distingtion between different solutions per AC.</p>"));
     1344  _pppWidgets._dataSource->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select 'Real-time Streams' for real-time PPP from RTCM streams or 'RINEX Files' for post processing PPP from RINEX files.</p><p><ul><li>Real-time PPP requires that you pull a RTCM stream carrying GNSS observations plus a stream providing corrections to Broadcast Ephemeris. If the observations stream does not contain Broadcast Ephemeris then you must in addition pull a Broadcast Ephemeris stream like 'RTCM3EPH' from Ntrip Broadcaster <u>products.igs-ip.net</u>.<br></li><li>Post processing PPP requires RINEX Observation files, RINEX Navigation files and a file with corrections to Broadcast Ephemeris in plain ASCII format as saved beforehand using BNC.</li></ul></p><p>Note that BNC allows to carry out PPP solutions simultaneously for several stations. <i>[key: PPP/dataSource]</i></p>"));
     1345  _pppWidgets._rinexObs->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the RINEX Observation file. <i>[key: PPP/rinexObs]</i></p>"));
     1346  _pppWidgets._rinexNav->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the RINEX Navigation file. <i>[key: PPP/rinexNav]</i></p>"));
     1347  _pppWidgets._corrMount->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a 'mountpoint' from the 'Streams' canvas below which provides corrections to Broadcast Ephemeris.</p><p>If you don't specify a corrections stream via this option, BNC will fall back to Single Point Positioning (SPP, positioning from observations and Broadcast Ephemeris only) instead of doing PPP. <i>[key: PPP/corrMount]</i></p>"));
     1348  _pppWidgets._corrFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the Broadcast Ephemeris Corrections file as saved beforehand using BNC.</p><p>If you don't specify corrections by this option, BNC will fall back to Single Point Positioning (SPP, positioning from RINEX Obs and RINEX Nav files only) instead of doing PPP. <i>[key: PPP/corrFile]</i></p>"));
     1349  _pppWidgets._antexFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Observations in RTCM streams or RINEX files should be referred to the receiver's and to the satellite's Antenna Phase Center (APC) and therefore be corrected for<ul><li>Receiver APC offsets</li><li>Receiver APC variations</li><li>Satellite APC offsets.</li></ul> Specify the full path to an IGS 'ANTEX file' which contains APC offsets and variations.</p><p>If you don't specify an 'ANTEX file' then observations will not be corrected for APC offsets and variations. <i>[key: PPP/antexFile]</i></p>"));
     1350  _pppWidgets._blqFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter the full path to an ocean loading file in BLQ format. It contains a record for each site, which shows a header with information on the ocean tide model, the site name and the geographic coordinates. The first three rows of numbers designate amplitudes (meter), radial, west, south, and are followed by three lines with the corresponding phase values (degrees). <i>[key: PPP/blqFile]</i></p>"));
     1351  _pppWidgets._crdFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter the full path to an ASCII file which specifies the streams or files of those stations you want to process. Specifying a 'Coordinates file' is optional. If it exists, it should contain one record per station with the following parameters separated by blank character:<p><ul><li>Specify the station either by<ul><li>the 'Mountpoint' of the station's RTCM stream (when in real-time PPP mode), or</li><li>the 4-charater station ID of the RINEX Observations file (when in post processing PPP mode).</li></ul></li><li>Approximate X,Y,Z coordinate of station's Antenna Reference Point [m] (ARP, specify '0.0 0.0 0.0' if unknown).</li><li>North, East and Up component of antenna eccentricity [m] (specify '0.0 0.0 0.0' if unknown).</li><li>20 Characters describing the antenna type and radome following the IGS 'ANTEX file' standard (leave blank if unknown).</li><li>Receiver type following the naming conventions for IGS equipment.</li></ul></p><p>Records with exclamation mark '!' in the first column or blank records will be interpreted as comment lines and ignored. <i>[key: PPP/crdFile]</i></p>"));
     1352  _pppWidgets._v3filenames->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tick 'Version 3 filenames' to let BNC create so-called extended filenames for PPP logfiles, NMEA files and SINEX Troposphere files following the RINEX Version 3 standard.</p><p>Default is an empty check box, meaning to create filenames following the RINEX Version 2 standard. The file content is not affected by this option. It only concerns the filenames. <i>[key: PPP/v3filenames]</i></p>"));
     1353  _pppWidgets._logPath->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a directory for saving daily PPP logfiles. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create such files.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no PPP logfiles shall be produced. <i>[key: PPP/logPath]</i></p>"));
     1354  _pppWidgets._nmeaPath->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a directory for saving coordinates in daily NMEA files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create such files.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no NMEA file shall be produced. <i>[key: PPP/nmeaPath]</i></p>"));
     1355  _pppWidgets._snxtroPath->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a directory for saving SINEX Troposphere files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create such files.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that no SINEX Troposphere files shall be produced. <i>[key: PPP/snxtroPath]</i></p>"));
     1356  _pppWidgets._snxtroIntr->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a length for SINEX Troposphere files.</p><p>Default 'SNX TRO interval' for saving SINEX Troposphere files on disk is '1 hour'. <i>[key: PPP/snxtroIntr]</i></p>"));
     1357  _pppWidgets._snxtroSampl->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a 'Sampling' rate for saving troposphere parameters.</p><p>Default 'SNX TRO sampling' rate is '0', meaning that all troposphere estimates will be saved on disk. <i>[key: PPP/snxtroSampl]</i></p>"));
     1358  _pppWidgets._snxtroAc->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a 3-character abbreviation describing you as the generating Analysis Center (AC) in your SINEX troposphere files. <i>[key: PPP/snxtroAc]</i></p>"));
     1359  _pppWidgets._snxtroSol->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a 4-character solution ID to allow a distingtion between different solutions per AC. <i>[key: PPP/snxtroSol]</i></p>"));
    13601360
    13611361  // WhatsThis, PPP (3)
    13621362  // ------------------
    1363   _pppWidgets._lcGPS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of GPS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of GPS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Note that most geodetic receivers support the observation of GPS code and phase data. Hence specifying 'P3&L3' would be a good choice when processing data from such a receiver.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use GPS data.</p>"));
    1364   _pppWidgets._lcGLONASS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of GLONASS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of GLONASS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use GLONASS data.</p>"));
    1365   _pppWidgets._lcGalileo->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of Galileo observations you want to use and on which kind of of ionosphere-free linear combination of Galileo observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying on of these options makes only sense if Galileo data are part of the processed observation stream.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use Galileo data.</p>"));
    1366   _pppWidgets._lcBDS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of BDS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of BDS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying on of these options makes only sense if BDS data are part of the processed observation stream.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want to use BDS data.</p>"));
    1367   _pppWidgets._sigmaC1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter a Sigma for GNSS C1 code observations in meters.</p><p>The higher the sigma you enter, the less the contribution of C1 code observations to a PPP solution from combined code and phase data. 2.0 is likely to be an appropriate choice.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Sigma C1 = 2.0'</p>"));
    1368   _pppWidgets._sigmaL1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter a Sigma for GNSS L1 phase observations in meters.</p><p>The higher the sigma you enter, the less the contribution of L1 phase observations to a PPP solutions from combined code and phase data. 0.01 is likely to be an appropriate choice.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Sigma L1 = 0.01'</p>"));
    1369   _pppWidgets._maxResC1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a maximum for residuals from C1 code observations in a PPP solution. '3.0' meters may be an appropriate choice for that.</p><p>If the maximum is exceeded, contributions from the corresponding observation will be ignored in the PPP solution.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Max Rex C1 = 3.0'</p>"));
    1370   _pppWidgets._maxResL1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a maximum for residuals from L1 code observations in a PPP solution. '0.03' meters may be an appropriate choice for that.</p><p>If the maximum is exceeded, contributions from the corresponding observation will be ignored in the PPP solution.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Max Rex L1 = 0.03'</p>"));
    1371   _pppWidgets._eleWgtCode->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tic 'Ele Wgt Code' to use satellite Elevation depending Weights for Code observations in the PPP solution.</p>"));
    1372   _pppWidgets._eleWgtPhase->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tic 'Ele Wgt Phase' to use satellite Elevation depending Weights for Phase observations in the PPP solution.</p>"));
    1373   _pppWidgets._minObs->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a Minimum Number of Observations per epoch for a PPP solution.</p><p>BNC will only process epochs with observation numbers reaching or exceeding this minimum.</p>"));
    1374   _pppWidgets._minEle->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a Minimum satellite Elevation for observations.</p><p>BNC will ignore an observation if the associated satellite Elevation does not reach or exceed this minimum.</p><p>Selecting '10 deg' may be an appropriate choice in order to avoid too noisy observations.</p>"));
     1363  _pppWidgets._lcGPS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of GPS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of GPS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Note that most geodetic receivers support the observation of GPS code and phase data. Hence specifying 'P3&L3' would be a good choice when processing data from such a receiver.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use GPS data. <i>[key: PPP/lcGPS]</i></p>"));
     1364  _pppWidgets._lcGLONASS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of GLONASS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of GLONASS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use GLONASS data. <i>[key: PPP/lcGLONASS]</i></p>"));
     1365  _pppWidgets._lcGalileo->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of Galileo observations you want to use and on which kind of of ionosphere-free linear combination of Galileo observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying on of these options makes only sense if Galileo data are part of the processed observation stream.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use Galileo data. <i>[key: PPP/lcGalileo]</i></p>"));
     1366  _pppWidgets._lcBDS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of BDS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of BDS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying on of these options makes only sense if BDS data are part of the processed observation stream.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want to use BDS data. <i>[key: PPP/lcBDS]</i></p>"));
     1367  _pppWidgets._sigmaC1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter a Sigma for GNSS C1 code observations in meters.</p><p>The higher the sigma you enter, the less the contribution of C1 code observations to a PPP solution from combined code and phase data. 2.0 is likely to be an appropriate choice.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Sigma C1 = 2.0' <i>[key: PPP/sigmaC1]</i></p>"));
     1368  _pppWidgets._sigmaL1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter a Sigma for GNSS L1 phase observations in meters.</p><p>The higher the sigma you enter, the less the contribution of L1 phase observations to a PPP solutions from combined code and phase data. 0.01 is likely to be an appropriate choice.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Sigma L1 = 0.01' <i>[key: PPP/sigmaL1]</i></p>"));
     1369  _pppWidgets._maxResC1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a maximum for residuals from C1 code observations in a PPP solution. '3.0' meters may be an appropriate choice for that.</p><p>If the maximum is exceeded, contributions from the corresponding observation will be ignored in the PPP solution.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Max Rex C1 = 3.0' <i>[key: PPP/maxResC1]</i></p>"));
     1370  _pppWidgets._maxResL1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a maximum for residuals from L1 code observations in a PPP solution. '0.03' meters may be an appropriate choice for that.</p><p>If the maximum is exceeded, contributions from the corresponding observation will be ignored in the PPP solution.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Max Rex L1 = 0.03' <i>[key: PPP/maxResL1]</i></p>"));
     1371  _pppWidgets._eleWgtCode->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tic 'Ele Wgt Code' to use satellite Elevation depending Weights for Code observations in the PPP solution. <i>[key: PPP/eleWgtCode]</i></p>"));
     1372  _pppWidgets._eleWgtPhase->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tic 'Ele Wgt Phase' to use satellite Elevation depending Weights for Phase observations in the PPP solution. <i>[key: PPP/eleWgtPhase]</i></p>"));
     1373  _pppWidgets._minObs->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a Minimum Number of Observations per epoch for a PPP solution.</p><p>BNC will only process epochs with observation numbers reaching or exceeding this minimum. <i>[key: PPP/minObs]</i></p>"));
     1374  _pppWidgets._minEle->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a Minimum satellite Elevation for observations.</p><p>BNC will ignore an observation if the associated satellite Elevation does not reach or exceed this minimum.</p><p>Selecting '10 deg' may be an appropriate choice in order to avoid too noisy observations. <i>[key: PPP/minEle]</i></p>"));
    13751375
    13761376  // WhatsThis, Combine Corrections
    13771377  // ------------------------------
    1378   _cmbTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC allows to process several orbit and clock correction streams in real-time to produce, encode, upload and save a combination of correctors coming from different providers. To add a line to the 'Combine Corrections' table hit the 'Add Row' button, double click on the 'Mountpoint' field to specify a Broadcast Ephemeris Correction mountpoint from the 'Streams' section below and hit Enter. Then double click on the 'AC Name' field to enter your choice of an abbreviation for the Analysis Center (AC) providing the stream. Finally, double click on the 'Weight' field to enter a weight to be applied for this stream in the combination.</p><p>Note that the orbit information in the resulting combination stream is just copied from one of the incoming streams. The stream used for providing the orbits may vary over time: if the orbit providing stream has an outage then BNC switches to the next remaining stream for getting hold of the orbit information.</p><p>The combination process requires Broadcast Ephemeris. Besides orbit and clock correction streams BNC should therefore pull a stream carrying Broadcast Ephemeris in the form of RTCM Version 3 messages.</p><p>It is possible to specify only one Broadcast Ephemeris Correction stream in the 'Combine Corrections' table. Instead of combining corrections BNC will then add the corrections to the Broadcast Ephemeris with the possibility to save final orbit and clock results in SP3 and/or Clock RINEX format.</p>"));
     1378  _cmbTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC allows to process several orbit and clock correction streams in real-time to produce, encode, upload and save a combination of correctors coming from different providers. To add a line to the 'Combine Corrections' table hit the 'Add Row' button, double click on the 'Mountpoint' field to specify a Broadcast Ephemeris Correction mountpoint from the 'Streams' section below and hit Enter. Then double click on the 'AC Name' field to enter your choice of an abbreviation for the Analysis Center (AC) providing the stream. Finally, double click on the 'Weight' field to enter a weight to be applied for this stream in the combination.</p><p>Note that the orbit information in the resulting combination stream is just copied from one of the incoming streams. The stream used for providing the orbits may vary over time: if the orbit providing stream has an outage then BNC switches to the next remaining stream for getting hold of the orbit information.</p><p>The combination process requires Broadcast Ephemeris. Besides orbit and clock correction streams BNC should therefore pull a stream carrying Broadcast Ephemeris in the form of RTCM Version 3 messages.</p><p>It is possible to specify only one Broadcast Ephemeris Correction stream in the 'Combine Corrections' table. Instead of combining corrections BNC will then add the corrections to the Broadcast Ephemeris with the possibility to save final orbit and clock results in SP3 and/or Clock RINEX format. <i>[key: cmbStreams]</i></p>"));
    13791379  addCmbRowButton->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Hit 'Add Row' button to add another line to the 'Combine Corrections' table.</p>"));
    13801380  delCmbRowButton->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Hit 'Delete' button to delete the highlighted line(s) from the 'Combine Corrections' table.</p>"));
    1381   _cmbMethodComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a clock combination approach. Options are 'Single-Epoch' and Kalman 'Filter'.</p><p>It is suggested to use the Kalman filter approach for the purpose of Precise Point Positioning.</p>"));
    1382   _cmbMaxresLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC combines all incoming clocks according to specified weights. Individual clock estimates that differ by more than 'Maximal residuum' meters from the average of all clocks will be ignored.<p></p>It is suggested to specify a value of about 0.2 m for the Kalman filter combination approach and a value of about 3.0 meters for the Single-Epoch combination approach.</p><p>Default is a value of '999.0'.</p>"));
    1383   _cmbSamplSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a combination Sampling interval for the clocks. Clock corrections will be produced following that interval.</p><p>A value of 10 sec may be an appropriate choice.</p>"));
    1384   _cmbUseGlonass->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>In case the incoming orbit and clock correction stream(s) support GLONASS, you can tick 'Use GLONASS' to produce a GPS plus GLONASS combination solution.</p><p>Default is a GPS-only combination.</p>"));
     1381  _cmbMethodComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a clock combination approach. Options are 'Single-Epoch' and Kalman 'Filter'.</p><p>It is suggested to use the Kalman filter approach for the purpose of Precise Point Positioning. <i>[key: cmbMethod]</i></p>"));
     1382  _cmbMaxresLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC combines all incoming clocks according to specified weights. Individual clock estimates that differ by more than 'Maximal residuum' meters from the average of all clocks will be ignored.<p></p>It is suggested to specify a value of about 0.2 m for the Kalman filter combination approach and a value of about 3.0 meters for the Single-Epoch combination approach.</p><p>Default is a value of '999.0'. <i>[key: cmbMaxres]</i></p>"));
     1383  _cmbSamplSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a combination Sampling interval for the clocks. Clock corrections will be produced following that interval.</p><p>A value of 10 sec may be an appropriate choice. <i>[key: cmbSampl]</i></p>"));
     1384  _cmbUseGlonass->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>In case the incoming orbit and clock correction stream(s) support GLONASS, you can tick 'Use GLONASS' to produce a GPS plus GLONASS combination solution.</p><p>Default is a GPS-only combination. <i>[key: cmbUseGlonass]</i></p>"));
    13851385
    13861386  // WhatsThis, Upload Corrections
    13871387  // -----------------------------
    1388   _uploadTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can upload clock and orbit corrections to Broadcast Ephemeris (Broadcast Corrections) in RTCM Version 3 SSR format. You may have a situation where clocks and orbits come from an external Real-time Network Engine (1) or a situation where clock and orbit corrections are combined within BNC (2).</p><p>(1) BNC identifies a stream as coming from a Real-time Network Engine if its format is specified as 'RTNET' and hence its decoder string in the 'Streams' canvas is 'RTNET'. It encodes and uploads that stream to the specified Ntrip Broadcaster Host and Port</p><p>(2) BNC understands that it is expected to encode and upload combined Broadcast Ephemeris Corrections if you specify correction streams in the 'Combine Corrections' table.</p><p>To fill the 'Upload Corrections' table, hit the 'Add Row' button, double click on the 'Host' field to enter the IP or URL of an Ntrip Broadcaster and hit Enter. Then double click on the 'Port', 'Mount' and 'Password' fields to enter the Ntrip Broadcaster IP port (default is 80), the mountpoint and the stream upload password. An empty 'Host' option field means that you don't want to upload corrections.</p><p>Select a target coordinate reference System (e.g. IGS08) for outgoing clock and orbit corrections.</p><p>By default orbit and clock corrections refer to Antenna Phase Center (APC). Tick 'CoM' to refer uploaded corrections to Center of Mass instead of APC.</p><p>Specify a path for saving generated Broadcast Corrections plus Broadcast Ephemeris as SP3 orbit files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create such files. The following is a path example for a Linux system: /home/user/BNC${GPSWD}.sp3<br>Note that '${GPSWD}' produces the GPS Week and Day number in the filename.</p><p>Specify a path for saving generated Broadcast Correction clocks plus Broadcast Ephemeris clocks as Clock RINEX files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create Clock RINEX files. The following is a path example for a Linux system: /home/user/BNC${GPSWD}.clk<br>Note that '${GPSWD}' produces the GPS Week and Day number in the filename.</p><p>Finally, specify a SSR Provider ID (issued by RTCM), SSR Solution ID, and SSR Issue of Data number.</p><p>In case the 'Combine Corrections' table contains only one Broadcast Correction stream, BNC will add that stream content to the Broadcast Ephemeris to save results in files specified via SP3 and/or Clock RINEX file path. You should then define only the SP3 and Clock RINEX file path and no further option in the 'Upload Corrections' table.</p>"));
     1388  _uploadTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can upload clock and orbit corrections to Broadcast Ephemeris (Broadcast Corrections) in RTCM Version 3 SSR format. You may have a situation where clocks and orbits come from an external Real-time Network Engine (1) or a situation where clock and orbit corrections are combined within BNC (2).</p><p>(1) BNC identifies a stream as coming from a Real-time Network Engine if its format is specified as 'RTNET' and hence its decoder string in the 'Streams' canvas is 'RTNET'. It encodes and uploads that stream to the specified Ntrip Broadcaster Host and Port</p><p>(2) BNC understands that it is expected to encode and upload combined Broadcast Ephemeris Corrections if you specify correction streams in the 'Combine Corrections' table.</p><p>To fill the 'Upload Corrections' table, hit the 'Add Row' button, double click on the 'Host' field to enter the IP or URL of an Ntrip Broadcaster and hit Enter. Then double click on the 'Port', 'Mount' and 'Password' fields to enter the Ntrip Broadcaster IP port (default is 80), the mountpoint and the stream upload password. An empty 'Host' option field means that you don't want to upload corrections.</p><p>Select a target coordinate reference System (e.g. IGS08) for outgoing clock and orbit corrections.</p><p>By default orbit and clock corrections refer to Antenna Phase Center (APC). Tick 'CoM' to refer uploaded corrections to Center of Mass instead of APC.</p><p>Specify a path for saving generated Broadcast Corrections plus Broadcast Ephemeris as SP3 orbit files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create such files. The following is a path example for a Linux system: /home/user/BNC${GPSWD}.sp3<br>Note that '${GPSWD}' produces the GPS Week and Day number in the filename.</p><p>Specify a path for saving generated Broadcast Correction clocks plus Broadcast Ephemeris clocks as Clock RINEX files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create Clock RINEX files. The following is a path example for a Linux system: /home/user/BNC${GPSWD}.clk<br>Note that '${GPSWD}' produces the GPS Week and Day number in the filename.</p><p>Finally, specify a SSR Provider ID (issued by RTCM), SSR Solution ID, and SSR Issue of Data number.</p><p>In case the 'Combine Corrections' table contains only one Broadcast Correction stream, BNC will add that stream content to the Broadcast Ephemeris to save results in files specified via SP3 and/or Clock RINEX file path. You should then define only the SP3 and Clock RINEX file path and no further option in the 'Upload Corrections' table. <i>[key: uploadMountpointsOut]</i></p>"));
    13891389  addUploadRowButton->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Hit 'Add Row' button to add another line to the 'Upload Corrections' table.</p>"));
    13901390  delUploadRowButton->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Hit 'Del Row' button to delete the highlighted line(s) from the 'Upload Corrections' table.</p>"));
    1391   _uploadIntrComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the length of the SP3 and Clock RINEX files.</p>"));
    1392   _uploadSamplRtcmEphCorrSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a stream's orbit correction sampling interval in seconds.</p><p>A value of zero '0' tells BNC to upload all available orbit and clock correction samples together in combined messages.</p>"));
    1393   _uploadSamplSp3SpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a SP3 orbit file sampling interval in minutes.</p><p>A value of zero '0' tells BNC to store all available samples into SP3 orbit files.</p>"));
    1394   _uploadSamplClkRnxSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a Clock RINEX file sampling interval in seconds.</p><p>A value of zero '0' tells BNC to store all available samples into Clock RINEX files.</p>"));
     1391  _uploadIntrComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the length of the SP3 and Clock RINEX files. <i>[key: uploadIntr]</i></p>"));
     1392  _uploadSamplRtcmEphCorrSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a stream's orbit correction sampling interval in seconds.</p><p>A value of zero '0' tells BNC to upload all available orbit and clock correction samples together in combined messages. <i>[key: uploadSamplRtcmEphCorr]</i></p>"));
     1393  _uploadSamplSp3SpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a SP3 orbit file sampling interval in minutes.</p><p>A value of zero '0' tells BNC to store all available samples into SP3 orbit files. <i>[key: uploadSamplSp3]</i></p>"));
     1394  _uploadSamplClkRnxSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a Clock RINEX file sampling interval in seconds.</p><p>A value of zero '0' tells BNC to store all available samples into Clock RINEX files. <i>[key: uploadSamplClkRnx]</i></p>"));
    13951395  setUploadTrafoButton->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Hit 'Custom Trafo' to specify your own 14 parameter Helmert Transformation instead of selecting a predefined transformation via option 'System'.</p>"));
    1396   _uploadAntexFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>When producing SP3 files or referring orbit and clock corrections to the satellite's Center of Mass (CoM) instead Antenna Phase Center (APC), an offset has to be applied which is available from the IGS 'ANTEX file'. You must therefore specify an 'ANTEX file' path if you want to save the stream content in SP3 format and/or refer correctors to CoM.</p><p>If you don't specify an 'ANTEX file' path, the SP3 file content as well as the orbit and clock correctors will be referred to satellite APCs.</p>"));
     1396  _uploadAntexFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>When producing SP3 files or referring orbit and clock corrections to the satellite's Center of Mass (CoM) instead Antenna Phase Center (APC), an offset has to be applied which is available from the IGS 'ANTEX file'. You must therefore specify an 'ANTEX file' path if you want to save the stream content in SP3 format and/or refer correctors to CoM.</p><p>If you don't specify an 'ANTEX file' path, the SP3 file content as well as the orbit and clock correctors will be referred to satellite APCs. <i>[key: uploadAntexFile]</i></p>"));
    13971397
    13981398  // WhatsThis, Upload Ephemeris
    13991399  // ---------------------------
    1400   _uploadEphTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can upload a Broadcast Ephemeris stream in RTCM Version 3 format. Specify the IP number or URL of an Ntrip Broadcaster to upload the respective stream.</p>"));
     1400  _uploadEphTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can upload a Broadcast Ephemeris stream in RTCM Version 3 format. Specify the IP number or URL of an Ntrip Broadcaster to upload the respective stream. <i>[key: uploadEphHost]</i></p>"));
    14011401  addUploadEphRowButton->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Hit 'Add Row' button to add another line to the 'Upload Ephemeris' table.</p>"));
    14021402  delUploadEphRowButton->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Hit 'Del Row' button to delete the highlighted line(s) from the 'Upload Ephemeris' table.</p>"));
    1403   _uploadSamplRtcmEphSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the Broadcast Ephemeris sampling interval in seconds.</p><p>Default is '5', meaning that a complete set of Broadcast Ephemeris is uploaded every 5 seconds.</p>"));
     1403  _uploadSamplRtcmEphSpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select the Broadcast Ephemeris sampling interval in seconds.</p><p>Default is '5', meaning that a complete set of Broadcast Ephemeris is uploaded every 5 seconds. <i>[key: uploadSamplRtcmEph]</i></p>"));
    14041404
    14051405  // WhatsThis, Streams Canvas
    14061406  // -------------------------
    1407   _mountPointsTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Streams selected for retrieval are listed in the 'Streams' section. Clicking on 'Add Stream' button opens a window that allows the user to select data streams from an Ntrip Broadcaster according to their mountpoints. To remove a stream from the 'Streams' list, highlight it by clicking on it and hit the 'Delete Stream' button. You can also remove multiple streams by highlighting them using +Shift and +Ctrl.</p><p>BNC automatically allocates one of its internal decoders to a stream based on the stream's 'format' as given in the source-table. BNC allows users to change this selection by editing the decoder string. Double click on the 'decoder' field, enter your preferred decoder and then hit Enter. Accepted decoder strings are 'RTCM_2.x', 'RTCM_3.x' and 'RTNET'.</p><p>In case you need to log raw data as is, BNC allows to by-pass its decoders and directly save the input in daily log files. To do this specify the decoder string as 'ZERO'.</p><p>BNC can also retrieve streams from virtual reference stations (VRS). VRS streams are indicated by a 'yes' in the 'nmea' column. To initiate such stream, the approximate latitude/longitude rover position is sent to the Ntrip Broadcaster together with an approximation for the height. Default values for latitude and longitude can be change according to your requirement. Double click on 'lat' and 'long' fields, enter the values you wish to send and then hit Enter.</p>"));
     1407  _mountPointsTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Streams selected for retrieval are listed in the 'Streams' section. Clicking on 'Add Stream' button opens a window that allows the user to select data streams from an Ntrip Broadcaster according to their mountpoints. To remove a stream from the 'Streams' list, highlight it by clicking on it and hit the 'Delete Stream' button. You can also remove multiple streams by highlighting them using +Shift and +Ctrl.</p><p>BNC automatically allocates one of its internal decoders to a stream based on the stream's 'format' as given in the source-table. BNC allows users to change this selection by editing the decoder string. Double click on the 'decoder' field, enter your preferred decoder and then hit Enter. Accepted decoder strings are 'RTCM_2.x', 'RTCM_3.x' and 'RTNET'.</p><p>In case you need to log raw data as is, BNC allows to by-pass its decoders and directly save the input in daily log files. To do this specify the decoder string as 'ZERO'.</p><p>BNC can also retrieve streams from virtual reference stations (VRS). VRS streams are indicated by a 'yes' in the 'nmea' column. To initiate such stream, the approximate latitude/longitude rover position is sent to the Ntrip Broadcaster together with an approximation for the height. Default values for latitude and longitude can be change according to your requirement. Double click on 'lat' and 'long' fields, enter the values you wish to send and then hit Enter. <i>[key: mountPoints]</i></p>"));
    14081408  _actAddMountPoints->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Add stream(s) to selection presented in the 'Streams' canvas.</p>"));
    14091409  _actDeleteMountPoints->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Delete stream(s) from selection presented in the 'Streams' canvas.</p>"));
  • trunk/BNC/src/pppWidgets.cpp

    r7966 r8010  
    190190  // WhatsThis, PPP (2)
    191191  // ------------------
    192   _staTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify values for Sigma and white Noise of the Stations North, East and Height coordinate components in meters. Specify also a Sigma in meters for a priori model based Tropospheric delays and a Sigma in meters per second for the delay's Noise.</p><p>Specifying one record per Station is mandatory. BNC will only process data for stations which are listed here. To define a station, specify the 'Mountpoint' when in 'Real-Time Streams' mode or the 4-character station ID when in 'RINEX Files' mode.</p><p>'Sigma' is meant to describe the uncertainty of a single coordinate or tropospheric delay estimated for one epoch. 'Noise' is meant to describe the variation of estimates from epoch to epoch.</p><p><ul><li>A Sigma of 100.0 meters may be an appropriate choice e.g. for the initial N/E/H coordinates. However, this value may be significantly smaller (i.e. 0.01) for stations with well-known a priori coordinates.</li><li>A Noise of 100.0 meters for the estimated N/E/H coordinates may also be appropriate considering the potential movement of a rover position.</li><li>A value of 0.1 meters may be an appropriate Sigma for the a priori model based Tropospheric delay estimation.</li><li>Specify a Noise to describe the expected variation of the tropospheric effect over time. Supposing 1Hz observation data, specifying a value of 3e-6 would mean that the tropospheric effect may vary 3600 * 3e-6 = 0.01 meters per hour.</li></ul></p><p>You can also specify a 'NMEA Port' to output coordinates in NMEA format through an IP port of your local host.</p>"));
     192  _staTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify values for Sigma and white Noise of the Stations North, East and Height coordinate components in meters. Specify also a Sigma in meters for a priori model based Tropospheric delays and a Sigma in meters per second for the delay's Noise.</p><p>Specifying one record per Station is mandatory. BNC will only process data for stations which are listed here. To define a station, specify the 'Mountpoint' when in 'Real-Time Streams' mode or the 4-character station ID when in 'RINEX Files' mode.</p><p>'Sigma' is meant to describe the uncertainty of a single coordinate or tropospheric delay estimated for one epoch. 'Noise' is meant to describe the variation of estimates from epoch to epoch.</p><p><ul><li>A Sigma of 100.0 meters may be an appropriate choice e.g. for the initial N/E/H coordinates. However, this value may be significantly smaller (i.e. 0.01) for stations with well-known a priori coordinates.</li><li>A Noise of 100.0 meters for the estimated N/E/H coordinates may also be appropriate considering the potential movement of a rover position.</li><li>A value of 0.1 meters may be an appropriate Sigma for the a priori model based Tropospheric delay estimation.</li><li>Specify a Noise to describe the expected variation of the tropospheric effect over time. Supposing 1Hz observation data, specifying a value of 3e-6 would mean that the tropospheric effect may vary 3600 * 3e-6 = 0.01 meters per hour.</li></ul></p><p>You can also specify a 'NMEA Port' to output coordinates in NMEA format through an IP port of your local host. <i>[key: PPP/staTable]</i></p>"));
    193193
    194194  // WhatsThis, PPP (3)
    195195  // ------------------
    196   _corrWaitTime->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Zero value means that BNC processes each epoch of data immediately after its arrival using satellite clock corrections available at that time.</p><p> Specifying a non-zero value (i.e. 5 sec) means that the epochs of data are buffered and the processing of each epoch is postponed till the satellite clock corrections not older than '5 sec' (example) become available.<p>"));
    197   _seedingTime->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter the length of a startup period in seconds for which you want to fix the PPP solutions to known a priori coordinates as introduced through option 'Coordinates file'. Adjust 'Sigma N/E/H' in the PPP Stations table according to the coordinate's precision. Fixing a priori coordinates is done in BNC through setting 'Sigma N/E/H' temporarily to zero.</p><p>This option allows the PPP solution to rapidly converge. It requires that the antenna remains unmoved on the a priori known position throughout the startup period.</p><p>A value of 60 is likely to be an appropriate choice.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that you don't want BNC to fix PPP solutions during startup to an a priori coordinate.</p>"));
     196  _corrWaitTime->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Zero value means that BNC processes each epoch of data immediately after its arrival using satellite clock corrections available at that time.</p><p> Specifying a non-zero value (i.e. 5 sec) means that the epochs of data are buffered and the processing of each epoch is postponed till the satellite clock corrections not older than '5 sec' (example) become available. <i>[key: PPP/corrWaitTime]</i><p>"));
     197  _seedingTime->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter the length of a startup period in seconds for which you want to fix the PPP solutions to known a priori coordinates as introduced through option 'Coordinates file'. Adjust 'Sigma N/E/H' in the PPP Stations table according to the coordinate's precision. Fixing a priori coordinates is done in BNC through setting 'Sigma N/E/H' temporarily to zero.</p><p>This option allows the PPP solution to rapidly converge. It requires that the antenna remains unmoved on the a priori known position throughout the startup period.</p><p>A value of 60 is likely to be an appropriate choice.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that you don't want BNC to fix PPP solutions during startup to an a priori coordinate. <i>[key: PPP/seedingTime]</i></p>"));
    198198
    199199  // WhatsThis, PPP (4)
    200200  // ------------------
    201   _plotCoordinates->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>For one of your PPP Stations BNC can produce a time series plot of coordinate displacements in the 'PPP Plot' tab below. Specify a 'Mountpoint' (when in 'Real-Time Streams' mode) or the 4-character station ID (when in 'RINEX Files' mode) to define the station whose coordinate displacements you would like to see plotted.</p><p>Note that this option makes only sense for a stationary receiver with known a priori marker coordinates as specified through PPP option 'Coordinates file'.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that BNC shall not produce a time series plot of PPP coordinate displacements.</p>"));
    202   _audioResponse->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify an 'Audio response' threshold in meters. A beep is produced by BNC whenever a horizontal PPP coordinate component differs by more than the threshold value from the a priori marker coordinate.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that you don't want BNC to produce alarm signals.</p>"));
     201  _plotCoordinates->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>For one of your PPP Stations BNC can produce a time series plot of coordinate displacements in the 'PPP Plot' tab below. Specify a 'Mountpoint' (when in 'Real-Time Streams' mode) or the 4-character station ID (when in 'RINEX Files' mode) to define the station whose coordinate displacements you would like to see plotted.</p><p>Note that this option makes only sense for a stationary receiver with known a priori marker coordinates as specified through PPP option 'Coordinates file'.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that BNC shall not produce a time series plot of PPP coordinate displacements. <i>[key: PPP/plotCoordinates]</i></p>"));
     202  _audioResponse->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify an 'Audio response' threshold in meters. A beep is produced by BNC whenever a horizontal PPP coordinate component differs by more than the threshold value from the a priori marker coordinate.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that you don't want BNC to produce alarm signals. <i>[key: PPP/audioResponse]</i></p>"));
    203203  _mapWinButton->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>You may like to track your rover position using Google Maps or Open Street Map as a background map. A 'Track map' can be produced with BNC in 'Real-Time Streams' or 'RINEX files' PPP mode.</p><p>The 'Open Map' button opens a windows showing a map according to specified options.</p><p>Even in 'RINEX files' post processing mode you should not forget to specify a proxy under the 'Network' tab if that is operated in front of BNC because the program needs to download the map data.</p>"));
    204   _useGoogleMap->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify Google Maps as the background for your rover positions.</p>"));
    205   _useOpenStreetMap->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify Open Street Map as the background for your rover positions.</p>"));
    206   _mapWinDotSize->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the size of dots showing rover positions on the track map.</p><p>A dot size of '3' may be appropriate. The maximum possible dot size is '10'. An empty option field or a size of '0' would mean that you don't want BNC to show the rover's track on the map.</p>"));
    207   _mapWinDotColor->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the color of dots showing the rover track on the map.</p>"));
    208   _mapSpeedSlider->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>With BNC in 'RINEX files' PPP post processing mode you can specify the speed of computations as appropriate for 'Track map' visualization.</p><p>Note that you can adjust 'Post-processing speed' on-the-fly while BNC is already processing your observations.</p>"));
     204  _useGoogleMap->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify Google Maps as the background for your rover positions. <i>[key: PPP/useGoogleMap]</i></p>"));
     205  _useOpenStreetMap->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify Open Street Map as the background for your rover positions. <i>[key: PPP/useOpenStreetMap]</i></p>"));
     206  _mapWinDotSize->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the size of dots showing rover positions on the track map.</p><p>A dot size of '3' may be appropriate. The maximum possible dot size is '10'. An empty option field or a size of '0' would mean that you don't want BNC to show the rover's track on the map. <i>[key: PPP/mapWinDotSize]</i></p>"));
     207  _mapWinDotColor->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify the color of dots showing the rover track on the map. <i>[key: PPP/mapWinDotColor]</i></p>"));
     208  _mapSpeedSlider->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>With BNC in 'RINEX files' PPP post processing mode you can specify the speed of computations as appropriate for 'Track map' visualization.</p><p>Note that you can adjust 'Post-processing speed' on-the-fly while BNC is already processing your observations. <i>[key: PPP/mapSpeedSlider]</i></p>"));
    209209
    210210  readOptions();
  • trunk/BNC/src/reqcdlg.cpp

    r7980 r8010  
    230230  // WhatsThis, RINEX Editing & QC
    231231  // -----------------------------
    232   _reqcRnxVersion->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select version number of emerging new RINEX file.</p><p>Note the following:</p><p>When converting <u>RINEX Version 2 to Version 3 </u>Observation files, the tracking mode or channel information (signal attribute, see RINEX Version 3 documentation) in the (last out of the three characters) observation code is left blank if unknown.</p><p>When converting <u>RINEX Version 3 to Version 2</u>, the mapping of observations follows a 'Signal priority list' with signal attributes as defined in RINEX Version 3.</p>"));
    233   _reqcSampling->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select sampling rate of emerging new RINEX Observation file.</p><p>'0 sec' means that observations from all epochs in the RINEX input file will become part of the RINEX output file.</p>"));
    234   _reqcV2Priority->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a priority list of characters defining signal attributes as defined in RINEX Version 3. Priorities will be used to map observations with RINEX Version 3 attributes from incoming streams to Version 2. The underscore character '_' stands for undefined attributes. A question mark '?' can be used as wildcard which represents any one character.</p><p>Signal priorities can be specified as equal for all systems, as system specific or as system and freq. specific. For example: </li><ul><li>'CWPX_?' (General signal priorities valid for all GNSS) </li><li>'C:IQX I:ABCX' (System specific signal priorities for BDS and IRNSS) </li><li>'G:12&PWCSLXYN G:5&IQX R:12&PC R:3&IQX' (System and frequency specific signal priorities) </li></ul>Default is the following priority list 'G:12&PWCSLXYN G:5&IQX R:12&PC R:3&IQX E:16&BCX E:578&IQX J:1&SLXCZ J:26&SLX J:5&IQX C:IQX I:ABCX S:1&C S:5&IQX'.</p>"));
    235   _reqcStartDateTime->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify begin of emerging new RINEX Observation file.</p>"));
    236   _reqcEndDateTime->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify end of emerging new RINEX Observation file.</p>"));
    237   _reqcRunBy->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a 'RUN BY' string to be included in the emerging new RINEX file header.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning the operator's user ID is used as 'RUN BY' string.</p>"));
    238   _reqcComment->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specifying a comment line text to be added to the emerging new RINEX file header is an option. Any introduction of newline specification '\\n' in this enforces the beginning of a further comment line. Comment line(s) will be added to the header after the 'PGM / RUN BY / DATE' record.</p><p>Default is an empty option field meaning that no additional comment line is added to the RINEX header.</p>"));
    239   _reqcUseObsTypes->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>This option lets you limit the RINEX output to specific observation types. Examples:</p><p><ul><li>G:C1C G:L1C R:C1C R:C1P S:C1C C:C1I C:L1I E:C1X E:L1X<br>(Valid for output of RINEX Version 3; output contains GPS C1C and L1C, GLONASS C1C and C1P, SBAS C1C, BeiDou C1C, C1I andL1I, Galileo C1X and L1X.)</li><li>C1 L2 L5<br>(Valid for output of RINEX Version 2 with mapping of Version 3 signals to Version 2 according to 'Version 2 Signal Priority'; output contains C1, L2 and L5 observations from any GNSS system.)</li></ul></p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the RINEX output file contains all observations made available through RINEX input file.</p>"));
    240   _reqcOldMarkerName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Marker Name in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field.</p>"));
    241   _reqcNewMarkerName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Marker Name in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Marker Name' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the marker name in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Marker Name'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Marker Name data field in the RINEX file will not be changed.</p>"));
    242   _reqcOldAntennaName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Antenna Name in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field.</p>"));
    243   _reqcNewAntennaName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Antenna Name in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Antenna Name' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the antenna name in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Antenna Name'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Antenna Name data field in the RINEX file will not be changed.</p>"));
    244   _reqcOldAntennaNumber->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Antenna Number in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field.</p>"));
    245   _reqcNewAntennaNumber->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Antenna Number in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Antenna Number' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the antenna number in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Antenna Number'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Antenna Number data field in the RINEX file will not be changed.</p>"));
    246   _reqcOldAntennadN->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old North Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field.</p>"));
    247   _reqcNewAntennadN->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new North Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Antenna North Eccentricity' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the north antenna eccentricity in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New North Antenna Eccentricity'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the North Antenna Eccentricity data field in the RINEX file will not be changed.</p>"));
    248   _reqcOldAntennadE->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old East Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field.</p>"));
    249   _reqcNewAntennadE->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new East Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Antenna East Eccentricity' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the east antenna eccentricity in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New East Antenna Eccentricity'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the East Antenna Eccentricity data field in the RINEX file will not be changed.</p>"));
    250   _reqcOldAntennadU->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Up Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field.</p>"));
    251   _reqcNewAntennadU->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Up Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Antenna Up Eccentricity' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the up antenna eccentricity in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Up Antenna Eccentricity'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Up Antenna Eccentricity data field in the RINEX file will not be changed.</p>"));
    252   _reqcOldReceiverName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Receiver Name in RINEX Observation file.<p>Default is an empty option field.</p></p>"));
    253   _reqcNewReceiverName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Receiver Name in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Receiver Name' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the receiver name in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Receiver Name'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Receiver Name data field in the RINEX file will not be changed.</p>"));
    254   _reqcOldReceiverNumber->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Receiver Number in RINEX Observation file.<p>Default is an empty option field.</p></p>"));
    255   _reqcNewReceiverNumber->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Receiver Number in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Receiver Number' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the receiver number in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Receiver Number'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Receiver Number data field in the RINEX file will not be changed.</p>"));
     232  _reqcRnxVersion->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select version number of emerging new RINEX file.</p><p>Note the following:</p><p>When converting <u>RINEX Version 2 to Version 3 </u>Observation files, the tracking mode or channel information (signal attribute, see RINEX Version 3 documentation) in the (last out of the three characters) observation code is left blank if unknown.</p><p>When converting <u>RINEX Version 3 to Version 2</u>, the mapping of observations follows a 'Signal priority list' with signal attributes as defined in RINEX Version 3. <i>[key: reqcRnxVersion]</i></p>"));
     233  _reqcSampling->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select sampling rate of emerging new RINEX Observation file.</p><p>'0 sec' means that observations from all epochs in the RINEX input file will become part of the RINEX output file. <i>[key: reqcSampling]</i></p>"));
     234  _reqcV2Priority->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a priority list of characters defining signal attributes as defined in RINEX Version 3. Priorities will be used to map observations with RINEX Version 3 attributes from incoming streams to Version 2. The underscore character '_' stands for undefined attributes. A question mark '?' can be used as wildcard which represents any one character.</p><p>Signal priorities can be specified as equal for all systems, as system specific or as system and freq. specific. For example: </li><ul><li>'CWPX_?' (General signal priorities valid for all GNSS) </li><li>'C:IQX I:ABCX' (System specific signal priorities for BDS and IRNSS) </li><li>'G:12&PWCSLXYN G:5&IQX R:12&PC R:3&IQX' (System and frequency specific signal priorities) </li></ul>Default is the following priority list 'G:12&PWCSLXYN G:5&IQX R:12&PC R:3&IQX E:16&BCX E:578&IQX J:1&SLXCZ J:26&SLX J:5&IQX C:IQX I:ABCX S:1&C S:5&IQX'. <i>[key: reqcV2Priority]</i></p>"));
     235  _reqcStartDateTime->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify begin of emerging new RINEX Observation file. <i>[key: reqcStartDateTime]</i></p>"));
     236  _reqcEndDateTime->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify end of emerging new RINEX Observation file. <i>[key: reqcEndDateTime]</i></p>"));
     237  _reqcRunBy->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a 'RUN BY' string to be included in the emerging new RINEX file header.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning the operator's user ID is used as 'RUN BY' string. <i>[key: reqcRunBy]</i></p>"));
     238  _reqcComment->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specifying a comment line text to be added to the emerging new RINEX file header is an option. Any introduction of newline specification '\\n' in this enforces the beginning of a further comment line. Comment line(s) will be added to the header after the 'PGM / RUN BY / DATE' record.</p><p>Default is an empty option field meaning that no additional comment line is added to the RINEX header. <i>[key: reqcComment]</i></p>"));
     239  _reqcUseObsTypes->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>This option lets you limit the RINEX output to specific observation types. Examples:</p><p><ul><li>G:C1C G:L1C R:C1C R:C1P S:C1C C:C1I C:L1I E:C1X E:L1X<br>(Valid for output of RINEX Version 3; output contains GPS C1C and L1C, GLONASS C1C and C1P, SBAS C1C, BeiDou C1C, C1I andL1I, Galileo C1X and L1X.)</li><li>C1 L2 L5<br>(Valid for output of RINEX Version 2 with mapping of Version 3 signals to Version 2 according to 'Version 2 Signal Priority'; output contains C1, L2 and L5 observations from any GNSS system.)</li></ul></p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the RINEX output file contains all observations made available through RINEX input file. <i>[key: reqcUseObsTypes]</i></p>"));
     240  _reqcOldMarkerName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Marker Name in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field. <i>[key: reqcOldMarkerName]</i></p>"));
     241  _reqcNewMarkerName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Marker Name in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Marker Name' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the marker name in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Marker Name'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Marker Name data field in the RINEX file will not be changed. <i>[key: reqcNewMarkerName]</i></p>"));
     242  _reqcOldAntennaName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Antenna Name in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field. <i>[key: reqcOldAntennaName]</i></p>"));
     243  _reqcNewAntennaName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Antenna Name in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Antenna Name' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the antenna name in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Antenna Name'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Antenna Name data field in the RINEX file will not be changed. <i>[key: reqcNewAntennaName]</i></p>"));
     244  _reqcOldAntennaNumber->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Antenna Number in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field. <i>[key: reqcOldAntennaNumber]</i></p>"));
     245  _reqcNewAntennaNumber->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Antenna Number in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Antenna Number' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the antenna number in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Antenna Number'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Antenna Number data field in the RINEX file will not be changed. <i>[key: reqcNewAntennaNumber]</i></p>"));
     246  _reqcOldAntennadN->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old North Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field. <i>[key: reqcOldAntennadN]</i></p>"));
     247  _reqcNewAntennadN->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new North Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Antenna North Eccentricity' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the north antenna eccentricity in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New North Antenna Eccentricity'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the North Antenna Eccentricity data field in the RINEX file will not be changed. <i>[key: reqcNewAntennadN]</i></p>"));
     248  _reqcOldAntennadE->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old East Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field. <i>[key: reqcOldAntennadE]</i></p>"));
     249  _reqcNewAntennadE->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new East Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Antenna East Eccentricity' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the east antenna eccentricity in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New East Antenna Eccentricity'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the East Antenna Eccentricity data field in the RINEX file will not be changed. <i>[key: reqcNewAntennadE]</i></p>"));
     250  _reqcOldAntennadU->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Up Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>Default is an empty option field. <i>[key: reqcOldAntennadU]</i></p>"));
     251  _reqcNewAntennadU->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Up Antenna Eccentricity in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Antenna Up Eccentricity' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the up antenna eccentricity in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Up Antenna Eccentricity'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Up Antenna Eccentricity data field in the RINEX file will not be changed. <i>[key: reqcNewAntennadU]</i></p>"));
     252  _reqcOldReceiverName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Receiver Name in RINEX Observation file.<p>Default is an empty option field. <i>[key: reqcOldReceiverName]</i></p>"));
     253  _reqcNewReceiverName->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Receiver Name in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Receiver Name' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the receiver name in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Receiver Name'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Receiver Name data field in the RINEX file will not be changed. <i>[key: reqcNewReceiverName]</i></p>"));
     254  _reqcOldReceiverNumber->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter old Receiver Number in RINEX Observation file.<p>Default is an empty option field. <i>[key: reqcOldReceiverNumber]</i></p>"));
     255  _reqcNewReceiverNumber->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter new Receiver Number in RINEX Observation file.</p><p>If option 'Old Receiver Number' is either left blank or its content is specified as given in the RINEX input file, then the receiver number in the RINEX output file will be specified by 'New Receiver Number'</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning that the content of the Receiver Number data field in the RINEX file will not be changed. <i>[key: reqcNewReceiverNumber]</i></p>"));
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