Changeset 6701 in ntrip for trunk/BNC/src/bncwindow.cpp


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Mar 20, 2015, 2:30:07 PM (7 years ago)
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  • trunk/BNC/src/bncwindow.cpp

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    869869  pppLayout1->addWidget(new QLabel("ANTEX file"),            ir, 0);
    870870  pppLayout1->addWidget(_pppWidgets._antexFile,              ir, 1);
    871   _pppWidgets._antexFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Observations should be referred to the receiver's Antenna Phase Center (APC) and therefore be corrected for APC offsets and variations. Specify the full path to an IGS 'ANTEX file' which contains APC offsets and variations.</p><p>If you don't specify an 'ANTEX file' observations will not be corrected for APC offsets and variations.</p>"));
     871  _pppWidgets._antexFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Observations should be referred to the receiver's and to the satellite's Antenna Phase Center (APC) and therefore be corrected for<ul><li>Receiver APC offsets</li><li>Receiver APC variations</li><li>Satellite APC offsets.</li></ul> Specify the full path to an IGS 'ANTEX file' which contains APC offsets and variations.</p><p>If you don't specify an 'ANTEX file' then observations will not be corrected for APC offsets and variations.</p>"));
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    873873  pppLayout1->addWidget(new QLabel("   NMEA file"),          ir, 3);
     
    12721272  _cmbUseGlonass->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>In case the incoming orbit and clock correction stream(s) support GLONASS, you can tick 'Use GLONASS' to produce a GPS plus GLONASS combination solution.</p><p>Default is a GPS-only combination."));
    12731273  _cmbMethodComboBox->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a clock combination approach. Options are 'Single-Epoch' and Kalman 'Filter'. It is suggested to use the Kalman filter approach for the purpose of Precise Point Positioning.</p>"));
    1274   _uploadTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can upload clock and orbit corrections to broadcast ephemeris (Broadcast Corrections) in RTCM Version 3 SSR format. You may have a situation where clocks and orbits come from an external Real-time Network Engine (1) or a situation where clock and orbit corrections are combined within BNC (2).</p><p>(1) BNC identifies a stream as coming from a Real-time Network Engine if its format is specified as 'RTNET' and hence its decoder string in the 'Streams' canvas is 'RTNET'. It encodes and uploads that stream to the specified NTRIP broadcaster</p><p>(2) BNC understands that it is expected to encode and upload combined Broadcast Ephemeris corrections if you specify correction streams in the 'Combine Corrections' stream table.</p><p>Hit the 'Add Row' button, double click on the 'Host' field to enter the IP or URL of an NTRIP broadcaster and hit Enter. Then double click on the 'Port', 'Mount' and 'Password' fields to enter the NTRIP broadcaster IP port (default is 80), the mountpoint and the stream upload password. An empty 'Host' option field means that you don't want to upload corrections.</p><p>Select a target coordinate reference system (e.g. IGS08) for outgoing clock and orbit corrections.</p><p>By default orbit and clock corrections refer to Antenna Phase Center (APC). Tick 'CoM' to refer uploaded corrections to Center of Mass instead of APC.</p><p>Specify a path for saving the generated Broadcast Corrections plus Broadcast Ephemeris as SP3 orbit files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create SP3 orbit files. The following is a path example for a Linux system:<br>/home/user/BNC${GPSWD}.sp3<br>Note that '${GPSWD}' produces the GPS Week and Day number in the file name.</p><p>When saving SP3 file contents and/or referring correctors to the satellite's Center of Mass (CoM), an offset has to be applied because correctors originally refer to the satellite's Antenna Phase Center (APC). Antenna offsets are available from the IGS 'ANTEX file' which can be introduced through specifying its path. If you don't specify an 'ANTEX file' path, the SP3 file contents and the correctors will be referred to the satellites APCs.</p><p>Specify a path for saving the generated Broadcast Correction clocks plus Broadcast Ephemeris clocks as Clock RINEX files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create Clock RINEX files. The following is a path example for a Linux system:<br>/home/user/BNC${GPSWD}.clk<br>Note that '${GPSWD}' produces the GPS Week and Day number in the file name.</p><p>Specify finally an SSR Provider ID number, an SSR Solution ID number and an Issue of Data SSR number.</p><p>In case the 'Combine Corrections' table contains only one Broadcast Corrections stream, BNC will merge that stream with Broadcast Ephemeris to save results in files specified here through SP3 and/or Clock RINEX file path. In such a case you should define only the SP3 and Clock RINEX file path and no further options in the 'Upload Corrections' table.</p>"));
     1274  _uploadTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC can upload clock and orbit corrections to broadcast ephemeris (Broadcast Corrections) in RTCM Version 3 SSR format. You may have a situation where clocks and orbits come from an external Real-time Network Engine (1) or a situation where clock and orbit corrections are combined within BNC (2).</p><p>(1) BNC identifies a stream as coming from a Real-time Network Engine if its format is specified as 'RTNET' and hence its decoder string in the 'Streams' canvas is 'RTNET'. It encodes and uploads that stream to the specified NTRIP broadcaster</p><p>(2) BNC understands that it is expected to encode and upload combined Broadcast Ephemeris corrections if you specify correction streams in the 'Combine Corrections' stream table.</p><p>Hit the 'Add Row' button, double click on the 'Host' field to enter the IP or URL of an NTRIP broadcaster and hit Enter. Then double click on the 'Port', 'Mount' and 'Password' fields to enter the NTRIP broadcaster IP port (default is 80), the mountpoint and the stream upload password. An empty 'Host' option field means that you don't want to upload corrections.</p><p>Select a target coordinate reference system (e.g. IGS08) for outgoing clock and orbit corrections.</p><p>By default orbit and clock corrections refer to Antenna Phase Center (APC). Tick 'CoM' to refer uploaded corrections to Center of Mass instead of APC.</p><p>Specify a path for saving the generated Broadcast Corrections plus Broadcast Ephemeris as SP3 orbit files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create SP3 orbit files. The following is a path example for a Linux system:<br>/home/user/BNC${GPSWD}.sp3<br>Note that '${GPSWD}' produces the GPS Week and Day number in the file name.</p><p>When saving SP3 file contents and/or referring correctors to the satellite's Center of Mass (CoM), an offset has to be applied because correctors originally refer to the satellite's Antenna Phase Center (APC). Antenna offsets are available from the IGS 'ANTEX file' which can be introduced through specifying its path. If you don't specify an 'ANTEX file' path, the SP3 file contents and the orbit and clock correctors will be referred to satellite APCs and not to CoM.</p><p>Specify a path for saving the generated Broadcast Correction clocks plus Broadcast Ephemeris clocks as Clock RINEX files. If the specified directory does not exist, BNC will not create Clock RINEX files. The following is a path example for a Linux system:<br>/home/user/BNC${GPSWD}.clk<br>Note that '${GPSWD}' produces the GPS Week and Day number in the file name.</p><p>Specify finally an SSR Provider ID number, an SSR Solution ID number and an Issue of Data SSR number.</p><p>In case the 'Combine Corrections' table contains only one Broadcast Corrections stream, BNC will merge that stream with Broadcast Ephemeris to save results in files specified here through SP3 and/or Clock RINEX file path. In such a case you should define only the SP3 and Clock RINEX file path and no further options in the 'Upload Corrections' table.</p>"));
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    12761276  addCmbRowButton->setWhatsThis(tr("Hit 'Add Row' button to add another line to the mountpoints table."));
     
    12831283  _uploadSamplSp3SpinBox->setWhatsThis(tr("Select the SP3 orbit file sampling interval in minutes. A value of zero '0' tells BNC to store all available samples into SP3 orbit files."));
    12841284  setUploadTrafoButton->setWhatsThis(tr("Hit 'Custom Trafo' to specify your own 14 parameter Helmert Transformation instead of selecting a predefined transformation through 'System' button."));
    1285   _uploadAntexFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>When producing SP3 files or referring orbit and clock corrections to the satellite's Center of Mass (CoM) instead of Antenna Phase Center (APC), an offset has to be applied which is available from the IGS 'ANTEX file'. You must therefore specify the 'ANTEX file' path if you want to save the stream contents in SP3 format and/or refer correctors to CoM.</p><p>If you don't specify an 'ANTEX file' path, the SP3 file contents as well as the correctors will be referred to the satellites APCs.</p>"));
     1285  _uploadAntexFile->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>When producing SP3 files or referring orbit and clock corrections to the satellite's Center of Mass (CoM) instead of Antenna Phase Center (APC), an offset has to be applied which is available from the IGS 'ANTEX file'. You must therefore specify the 'ANTEX file' path if you want to save the stream contents in SP3 format and/or refer correctors to CoM.</p><p>If you don't specify an 'ANTEX file' path, the SP3 file contents as well as the orbit and clock correctors will be referred to satellite APCs.</p>"));
    12861286  _uploadEphHostLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("BNC can upload a Broadcast Ephemeris stream in RTCM Version 3 format. Specify the host IP of an NTRIP Broadcaster to upload the stream. An empty option field means that you don't want to upload Broadcast Ephemeris."));
    12871287  _uploadEphPortLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("Specify the IP port of an NTRIP Broadcaster to upload the stream. Default is port 80."));
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