Changeset 430 in ntrip


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Timestamp:
Mar 29, 2007, 2:48:03 PM (15 years ago)
Author:
weber
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* empty log message *

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  • trunk/BNC/bncwindow.cpp

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    185185  _logFileLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC's run-time comments as shown in the 'Log' section can be saved in a file through entering the full path for a 'Log' file.</p><p>Default value for 'Log' is an empty option field, meaning that BNC's run-time comments are not saved in a file.</p>"));
    186186  _mountPointsTable   = new QTableWidget(0,7);
    187   _mountPointsTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Streams selected for retrieval are listed in the 'Mountpoints' section. Button 'Add Mountpoints' opens a window that allows to select data streams from an NTRIP broadcaster by their mountpoints. To delete a stream, select it by mouse click and hit 'Delete Mountpoints'. For adding or deleting several streams simultaneously, highlight them using +Shift and +Ctrl.</p><p>BNC automatically selects one out of several internal decoders for a stream based on its 'format' and 'format-details' as given in the source-table. It may happen that you need to overrule the automated decoder selection. Therefore BNC allows to edit the decoder string (first double-click, then edit field 'decoder', then hit Enter). Decoder strings allowed to be introduced are 'RTCM_2.x', 'RTCM_3', and 'RTIGS'.</p><p>BNC allows to receive streams from virtual reference stations. For accessing these streams, an approximate rover position is required to be send in NMEA format to the NTRIP broadcaster. Whether or not a stream retrieval needs be initiated by BNC through sending an NMEA-GGA string is indicated in column 'nmea'. For those streams showing 'yes' in column 'nmea', an individual user-specific data stream is generated, usually by a network RTK software. This stream is tailored exactly to the latitude and longitude shown in the 'lat' and 'long' columns. You may change these values (first double-click, then edit fields 'lat' and/or 'long', then hit Enter) according to your needs. The position has to be introduced in northern latitude degrees (example for northern hemisphere: 52.436, example for southern hemisphere: -24.567) and eastern longitude degrees (example: 358.872 or -1.128). Editing the 'lat' and 'long' values is only possible for streams that show a 'yes' in column 'nmea'. The position must point to a location within the service area of the affected RTK network.</p>"));
     187  _mountPointsTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Streams selected for retrieval are listed in the 'Mountpoints' section. Button 'Add Mountpoints' opens a window that allows to select data streams from an NTRIP broadcaster by their mountpoints. To deletea stream, select it by mouse click and hit 'Delete Mountpoints'. For adding or deleting several streams simultaneously, highlight them using +Shift and +Ctrl.</p><p>BNC automatically selects one out of several internal decoders for a stream based on its 'format' and 'format-details' as given in the source-table. It may happen that you need to overrule the automated decoder selection. Therefore BNC allows to edit the decoder string (first double-click, then edit field 'decoder', then hitEnter). Decoder strings allowed to be introduced for stream decoding and conversion are 'RTCM_2.x', 'RTCM_3', and 'RTIGS'.</p><p> BNC allows to by-pass its stream decoding and conversion algorithms, leave whatever is received untouched and save it in daily named files. To activate this functionality you need to enter the decoder string 'ZERO'. <p>BNC allows to receive streams from virtual reference stations. For accessing these streams, an approximate rover position is required to be send in NMEA format to the NTRIP broadcaster. Whether or not a stream retrieval needs be initiated by BNC through sending an NMEA-GGA string is indicated in column 'nmea'. For those streams showing 'yes' in column 'nmea', an individual user-specific data stream is generated, usually by a network RTK software. This stream is tailored exactly to the latitude and longitude shown in the 'lat' and 'long' columns. You may change these values (first double-click, then edit fields 'lat' and/or 'long', then hit Enter) according to your needs. The position has to be introduced in northern latitude degrees (example for northern hemisphere: 52.436, example for southern hemisphere: -24.567) and eastern longitude degrees (example: 358.872 or -1.128). Editing the 'lat' and 'long' values is only possible for streams that show a 'yes' in column 'nmea'. The position must point to a location within the service area of the affected RTK network.</p>"));
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    189189  _mountPointsTable->horizontalHeader()->resizeSection(1,25*ww);
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