Changeset 5609 in ntrip


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Jan 22, 2014, 12:30:04 PM (9 years ago)
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mervart
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  • trunk/BNC/txt/frankfurt.tex

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    194194\begin{frame}
    195 \frametitle{Kalman Filter}
     195\frametitle{Algorithms -- Kalman Filter}
    196196
    197197\begin{small}
     
    297297\end{frame}
    298298
     299%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
     300
     301\begin{frame}
     302\frametitle{Data Transfer -- NTRIP}
     303
     304In order to be useful data have to be provided in a well-defined \textcolor{blue}{format}.
     305RTCM (Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services) messages are widely used for GNSS data in
     306real-time.
     307
     308\vspace*{5mm}
     309
     310In addition to a format the so-called \textcolor{blue}{protocol} has to be defined. Using a given
     311protocol the data user communicates with the data provider.
     312
     313For GNSS data, the so-called \textcolor{blue}{NTRIP} streaming protocol is used.
     314\begin{itemize}
     315\item NTRIP stands for Networked Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol.
     316\item NTRIP is in principle a layer on top of TCP/IP.
     317\item NTRIP has been developed at BKG (together with TU Dortmund).
     318\item NTRIP is capable of handling hundreds of data streams simultaneously delivering the data
     319to thousands of users.
     320\item NTRIP is world-wide accepted.
     321\end{itemize}
     322
     323\end{frame}
     324
     325%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
     326
     327\begin{frame}
     328\frametitle{NTRIP}
     329
     330Efficiency of data transfer using NTRIP is achieved thanks to the GNSS Internet Radio /
     331IP-Streaming architecture:
     332
     333\includegraphics[width=0.7\textwidth,angle=0]{ntrip.png}
     334
     335\end{frame}
     336
    299337\end{document}
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