Changeset 2842 in ntrip


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Dec 28, 2010, 7:54:31 PM (12 years ago)
Author:
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SlipCount explained

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    476 The source code for BNC comes with an example perl script 'test_bnc_eph.pl' that allows you to read BNC's ASCII ephemeris output from the IP port.
     476The source code for BNC comes with an example perl script 'test_tcpip_client.pl' that allows you to read BNC's ASCII ephemeris output from the IP port.
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    720 The source code for BNC comes with an example perl script 'test_bnc_eph.pl' that allows you to read BNC's Broadcast Corrections from the IP port.
     720The source code for BNC comes with an example perl script 'test_tcpip_client.pl' that allows you to read BNC's Broadcast Corrections from the IP port.
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    737737In case an observation is not available, its value is set to zero '0.000'.
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    741 The following is an output examples for GPS, GLONASS and Galileo satellites and a geostationary payload signal:
     739<p>Note on SlipCounts:<br>
     740It is the current understanding of BNC's authors that different slip counts could be referred to different phase measurements (i.e. L1C and L1P). The 'loss-of-lock' flags in RINEX are an example for making such kind of information available per phase measurement. However, it looks like we do have only one slip count in RTCM Version 3 for all phase measurements. As it could be that a receiver generates different slip counts for different phase measurements, we forward one slip count per phase measurement to the real-time GNSS network engine.
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     744The following is an output examples for GPS, GLONASS and Galileo observations and observations obtained from a geostationary payload signal:
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