Changeset 9160 in ntrip


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Timestamp:
Oct 1, 2020, 3:52:14 PM (3 weeks ago)
Author:
stuerze
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minor changes

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branches/BNC_2.12/src
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  • branches/BNC_2.12/src/bnchelp.html

    r9091 r9160  
    12521252<p><h4>2.3.1 <a name="genlog">Logfile - optional</h4></p>
    12531253<p>
    1254 Records of BNC's activities are shown in the 'Log' tab on the bottom of the main window. These logs can be saved into a file when a valid path is specified in the 'Logfile (full path)' field. The logfile name will automatically be extended by a string '_YYMMDD' for the current date. This leads to series of daily logfiles when running BNC continuously. Message logs cover the communication status between BNC and the Ntrip Broadcaster as well as problems that may occur in the communication link, stream availability, stream delay, stream conversion etc. The time stamps within the 'Log' tab are given in UTC. The time stamps within the logfile are given in GPS Time. The default value for 'Logfile (full path)' is an empty option field, meaning that BNC logs will not be saved into a file. 
     1254Records of BNC's activities are shown in the 'Log' tab on the bottom of the main window. These logs can be saved into a file when a valid path is specified in the 'Logfile (full path)' field. The logfile name will automatically be extended by a string '_YYMMDD' for the current date. This leads to series of daily logfiles when running BNC continuously. Message logs cover the communication status between BNC and the Ntrip Broadcaster as well as problems that may occur in the communication link, stream availability, stream delay, stream conversion etc. The time stamps within the 'Log' tab are given in UTC. The time stamps within the logfile are given in GPS Time. The default value for 'Logfile (full path)' is an empty option field, meaning that BNC logs will not be saved into a file.
    12551255</p>
    12561256<p>
     
    14301430<p><h4>2.4.5 <a name="rnxskl">Skeleton Extension - optional</h4></p>
    14311431<p>
    1432 Whenever BNC starts to generate RINEX Observation files (and then once every day at midnight), it first tries to retrieve information needed for RINEX headers from so-called public RINEX header skeleton files which are derived from sitelogs. An HTTP or HTTPS link to a directory containing these skeleton files may be available through data field number 7 of the affected NET record in the source-table. See <a href="https://igs.bkg.bund.de/root_ftp/IGS/station/rnxskl/BRUX00BEL.skl" target="_blank">https://igs.bkg.bund.de/root_ftp/IGS/station/rnxskl/BRUX00BEL.skl</a> 
     1432Whenever BNC starts to generate RINEX Observation files (and then once every day at midnight), it first tries to retrieve information needed for RINEX headers from so-called public RINEX header skeleton files which are derived from sitelogs. An HTTP or HTTPS link to a directory containing these skeleton files may be available through data field number 7 of the affected NET record in the source-table. See <a href="https://igs.bkg.bund.de/root_ftp/IGS/station/rnxskl/BRUX00BEL.skl" target="_blank">https://igs.bkg.bund.de/root_ftp/IGS/station/rnxskl/BRUX00BEL.skl</a>
    14331433for an example of a public RINEX header skeleton file for EPN station Brussels. Note that the download of RINEX skeleton files from HTTPS websites requires the exchange of client and/or server certificates. Clarify 'SSL' options offered through panel 'Network' for details.
    14341434</p>
     
    19501950</pre>
    19511951<p>
    1952 contains 
     1952contains
    19531953</p>
    19541954<ul>
     
    19711971<p><h4 id="reqcplots">2.6.5 Plots for Signals - mandatory if 'Action' is set to 'Analyze'</h4></p>
    19721972<p>
    1973 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 the observation signals to be used for that and also enables the plot production. 
    1974 You can specify the navigation system (C = BDS, E = Galileo, G = GPS, J = QZSS, R = GLONASS, S = SBAS), the frequency, and the tracking mode or channel as defined in RINEX Version 3. Specifications for frequency 
    1975 and tracking mode or channel must be separated by ampersand character '&'. Specifications for each navigation systems must be separated by blank character ' '. 
     1973BNC 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 the observation signals to be used for that and also enables the plot production.
     1974You can specify the navigation system (C = BDS, E = Galileo, G = GPS, J = QZSS, R = GLONASS, S = SBAS), the frequency, and the tracking mode or channel as defined in RINEX Version 3. Specifications for frequency
     1975and tracking mode or channel must be separated by ampersand character '&'. Specifications for each navigation systems must be separated by blank character ' '.
    19761976
    19771977<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>
    1978 (Plots will be based on GPS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency, GLONASS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency, 
    1979 QZSS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency, Galileo observations on 1st and 7th frequency, BeiDou observations on 
     1978(Plots will be based on GPS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency, GLONASS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency,
     1979QZSS observations on 1st and 2nd frequency, Galileo observations on 1st and 7th frequency, BeiDou observations on
    198019801st and 6th frequency, SBAS observations on 1st frequency.)
    19811981</li>
     
    19861986</p>
    19871987<p>
    1988 Default is 'C:2&7 E:1&5 G:1&2 J:1&2 R:1&2 S:1&5 I:5&9'. Specifying an empty option string would be overruled by this default. 
     1988Default is 'C:2&7 E:1&5 G:1&2 J:1&2 R:1&2 S:1&5 I:5&9'. Specifying an empty option string would be overruled by this default.
    19891989</p>
    19901990
     
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    26112611<p>
    2612 Each epoch in the synchronized output begins with a line containing the GPS Week Number and the seconds within the GPS Week. Following lines begin with the mountpoint string of the stream which provides the observations followed by a satellite number. Specifications for satellite number, code, phase, Doppler and signal strength data follow definitions presented in the RINEX Version 3 documentation. In case of phase observations, a 'Slip Counter' is added. The end of an epoch is indicated by an empty line. 
     2612Each epoch in the synchronized output begins with a line containing the GPS Week Number and the seconds within the GPS Week. Following lines begin with the mountpoint string of the stream which provides the observations followed by a satellite number. Specifications for satellite number, code, phase, Doppler and signal strength data follow definitions presented in the RINEX Version 3 documentation. In case of phase observations, a 'Slip Counter' is added. The end of an epoch is indicated by an empty line.
    26132613</p>
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    49974997   rnxV2Priority  {Priority of signal attributes [character string, list separated by blank character, example: G:CWPX_? R:CP]}
    49984998   rnxV3          {Produce version 3 file content [integer number: 0=no,2=yes]}
    4999    rnxV3filenames {Produce version 3 filenames [integer number: 0=no,2=yes]}
    50004999
    50015000<b>RINEX Ephemeris Panel keys:</b>
     
    50045003   ephOutPort     {Output port [integer number]}
    50055004   ephV3          {Produce version 3 file content [integer number: 0=no,2=yes]}
    5006    ephV3filenames {Produce version 3 filenames [integer number: 0=no,2=yes]}
    50075005
    50085006<b>RINEX Editing and QC Panel keys:</b>
  • branches/BNC_2.12/src/bncmain.cpp

    r9157 r9160  
    399399  bncGetThread*       getThread = 0;
    400400
     401#ifndef WIN32
    401402  signal(SIGPIPE, catch_SIGPIPE);
     403#endif
    402404
    403405  // Interactive Mode - open the main window
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