Changeset 6614 in ntrip


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    948948<p><a name="sp3comp"><h4>3.7. SP3 Comparison</h4></p>
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    950 BNC allows to compare the contents of two files containing GNSS orbit and clock data in SP3 format. SP3 ASCII files basically contains a list of records over a certain period of time. Each record carries a time tag, the X,Y,Z position of the satellite's Center of Mass at that time and the corresponding satellite clock value. Both SP3 files may contain some records for different epochs. If so then BNC only compares records for identical epochs. BNC accepts that a specific GNSS system or a specific satellite is only available in one of the SP3 files. Note that BNC does not interpolate orbits when comparing SP3 files.
     950BNC allows to compare the contents of two files containing GNSS orbit and clock data in SP3 format. SP3 ASCII files basically contain a list of records over a certain period of time. Each record carries a time tag, the X,Y,Z position of the satellite's Center of Mass at that time and the corresponding satellite clock value. Both SP3 files may contain some records for different epochs. If so then BNC only compares records for identical epochs. BNC accepts that a specific GNSS system or a specific satellite is only available in one of the SP3 files. Note that BNC does not interpolate orbits when comparing SP3 files.
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    981 Below you find an example for a SP3 Comparsion logfile. In its firt part it uses the following abbreviations:
     981Below you find an example for a SP3 Comparsion logfile. In its firt part it uses the following abbreviations:<br>
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    994 The second part following string 'RMS' provides a summary of the comparison using the following abbreviations:
     994The second part following string 'RMS' provides a summary of the comparison using the following abbreviations:<br>
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