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r7606 r7607 408 408 409 409 <p> 410 Note that BNC allows to by-pass decoding and conversion algorithms for incoming streams, leave whatever is received untouched to save it in files or output it through local TCP/IP port. 411 </p> 412 413 <p> 414 410 BNC supports the following GNSS file formats: 415 411 </p> … … 424 420 <li>NMEA Version 0813, National Marine Electronics Association format for satellinte navigation data;</li> 425 421 </ul> 422 423 424 425 426 426 </p> 427 427 … … 909 909 </p> 910 910 <p> 911 For debugging real-time software implementing some post processing capability is quite advantageous. So gradually certain real-time options of BNC had to be complemented to work offline with reading data from files. Moreover, beginning in 2012 the software was extended to support Galileo, BeiDou, and QZSS besides GPS and GLONASS. With that the Open Source tool BNC could be used for RINEX Version 3 file editing, concatenation and quality check, a post processing functionallitynot really covered at that time by UNAVCO's famous TEQC program because of its focus on GPS. 911 not really covered at that time by UNAVCO's famous TEQC program because of its focus on GPS. 912 912 </p> 913 913
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