Changeset 9835 in ntrip


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Timestamp:
Sep 26, 2022, 10:22:12 PM (2 months ago)
Author:
stuerze
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some documentation updates

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    68  <title>BKG Ntrip Client | Help</title>
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    5866 <a href="http://igs.bkg.bund.de/ntrip/download" target="_blank">http://igs.bkg.bund.de/ntrip/download</a>.
    5967 <br>
    60  Copyright &copy;<sup>&nbsp;</sup> 2005-2018 Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG), Frankfurt, Germany
     68 Copyright &copy;<sup>&nbsp;</sup> 2005-2022 Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG), Frankfurt, Germany
    6169</p>
    6270<br>
     
    346354  <li><a href="http://igs-ip.net/home" target="_blank">http://igs-ip.net/home</a></li>
    347355  <li><a href="http://products.igs-ip.net/home" target="_blank">http://products.igs-ip.net/home</a></li>
    348   <li><a href="http://mgex.igs-ip.net/home" target="_blank">http://mgex.igs-ip.net/home</a></li>
    349356</ul>
    350357or similar caster installation.
     
    353360<p>
    354361<b>Documentation</b><br><br>
    355 BNC provides context-sensitive help (<i>What's This</i>) related to specific objects. It furthermore comes with the
    356 here presented documentation, available as part of the software and as a PDF file. Responsible for offline
    357 documentation as well as online documentation at
     362BNC provides context-sensitive help (<i>What's This</i>) related to specific objects.
     363Furthermore, it comes with severl example configurations. The here presented documentation
     364is available as part of the software, as a PDF file and can be find as well as an online documentation:
    358365<a href="http://software.rtcm-ntrip.org/export/HEAD/ntrip/trunk/BNC/src/bnchelp.html"
    359 target="_blank">http://software.rtcm-ntrip.org/export/HEAD/ntrip/trunk/BNC/src/bnchelp.html</a> and the example
    360 configurations is Dr. Georg Weber.
     366target="_blank">http://software.rtcm-ntrip.org/export/HEAD/ntrip/trunk/BNC/src/bnchelp.html</a>.
    361367</p>
    362368
     
    370376<ul>
    371377  <li>Oliver Montenbruck, German Space Operations Center, DLR, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany published a RTCM Version 2 decoder
    372     unter GNU GPL which has been integrated in BNC.</li>
    373   <li>Thomas Yan, Australian NSW Land and Property Information, proofread earlier versions of BNC's Help Contents.
    374      Up to Version 2.11 he also provides builds of BNC for Mac OS X systems.</li>
    375   <li>Scott Glazier, OmniSTAR Australia, has been helpful in finding BNC bugs in version 1.5.</li>
    376   <li>James Perlt, BKG, helped fixing bugs and redesigned BNC's main window in version 1.5.</li>
    377   <li>Andre Hauschild, German Space Operations Center, DLR, revised the RTCM Version 2 decoder.</li>
     378      unter GNU GPL which has been integrated in BNC.</li>
     379  <li>Andre Hauschild, German Space Operations Center, DLR, revised the RTCM Version 2 decoder and has provided a lot of hints
     380      regarding bugs and new features.</li>
    378381  <li>Zdenek Lukes, Czech Technical University Prague, Department of Geodesy, extended the RTCM Version 2 decoder to handle
    379382      message types 3, 20, 21, and 22 and added the loss of lock indicator.</li>
    380   <li>Jan Dousa, Geodetic Observatory Pecny, Czech Republic, helped with fixing bugs in version 2.5.</li>
     383  <li>Lennard Huisman, Kadaster Netherlands, and Rolf Dach, Astronomical Institute University of Bern, assisted in handling
     384      satellite clocks in transformations from ITRF to regional reference frames.</li>
    381385  <li>Denis Laurichesse, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), suggested synchronizing observations and clock
    382386      corrections to reduce high frequency noise in PPP solutions.</li>
    383   <li>Lennard Huisman, Kadaster Netherlands, and Rolf Dach, Astronomical Institute University of Bern, assisted in handling
    384       satellite clocks in transformations from ITRF to regional reference frames.</li>
     387  <li>Alexis Blot, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), has provided a lot of hints regarding bugs and new features.
     388      Furthermore he has helped in the interoperability tests of RTCM-SSR and IGS-SSR format as well as the therefore used RTNET Interface.</li>
     389  <li>Loukis Agrotis, Symban Ltd, has provided a lot of hints regarding bugs and new features.</li>
     390  <li>Erwin Wiesensarter, Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG), provides actual builds of BNC for several Linux operating
     391      systems as well as for Mac OS X systems. Furthermore, he has provided some helpful scripts available under
     392      <a href="https://software.rtcm-ntrip.org/export/HEAD/ntrip/trunk/BNC/scripts"target="_blank">http://software.rtcm-ntrip.org/export/HEAD/ntrip/trunk/BNC/scripts</a>.</li>
     393  <li>Peter Neumaier, Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG), provide the Windows MSI File and helps a lot
     394      regarding testing and user support.</li>
    385395</ul>
    386396</p>
     
    398408<p> BNC was designed to serve the following purposes:
    399409<ul>
    400   <li>Retrieve real-time GNSS data streams available through Ntrip transport protocol</li>
     410  <li>Retrieve real-time GNSS data streams available through the Ntrip transport protocol</li>
    401411  <li>Retrieve real-time GNSS data streams via TCP directly from an IP address without using the Ntrip transport protocol</li>
    402412  <li>Retrieve real-time GNSS data streams from a local UDP or serial port without using the Ntrip transport protocol</li>
     
    404414  <li>Generate RINEX Observation and Navigation files to support near real-time GNSS post processing applications</li>
    405415  <li>Edit or concatenate RINEX files or carry out RINEX Quality Checks (QC)</li>
    406   <li>Convert RINEX Version 2 to RINEX Version 3 and vice versa</li>
     416  <li>Handle RINEX Versions 2, 3 and 4 Observation and Navigation files</li>
    407417  <li>Compare SP3 files containing satellite orbit and clock data</li>
    408   <li>Generate orbit and clock corrections to Broadcast Ephemeris through an IP port to</li>
     418  <li>Generate State Space Represenation (SSR) messages through an IP port to</li>
    409419    <ul>
    410420       <li>support real-time Precise Point Positioning on GNSS rovers</li>
    411421       <li>support the (outside) combination of such streams as coming simultaneously from various correction providers</li>
    412422    </ul>
    413   <li>Generate ephemeris and synchronized or unsynchronized observations epoch by epoch through an IP port to support real-time GNSS network engines</li>
     423  <li>Generate ephemeris and synchronized or unsynchronized observations epoch by epoch through an IP port
     424      to support real-time GNSS network engines</li>
    414425  <li>Feed a stream into a GNSS receiver via serial communication link</li>
    415426  <li>Monitor the performance of a network of real-time GNSS data streams to generate advisory notes in case of outages or corrupted streams</li>
    416   <li>Scan RTCM streams for incoming antenna information, observation types, message types and repetition rates and latencies and GLONASS slot numbers and frequency channels</li>
     427  <li>Scan RTCM streams for incoming antenna information, observation types, message types and repetition rates and latencies
     428      and GLONASS slot numbers and frequency channels</li>
    417429  <li>Carry out real-time Precise Point Positioning to determine GNSS rover positions</li>
    418430  <li>Enable multi-station Precise Point Positioning for simultaneous processing of observations from a whole network of receivers</li>
    419   <li>Plot positions derived via PPP from RTCM streams or RINEX files on maps from Google Map or OpenStreetMap</li>
    420   <li>Simultaneously process several Broadcast Correction streams to produce, encode and upload combined Broadcast Corrections</li>
     431  <li>Plot positions derived via PPP from RTCM streams or RINEX files on maps from OpenStreetMap</li>
     432  <li>Simultaneously process several SSR streams to produce, encode and upload combined SSR streams</li>
    421433  <li>Estimate real-time tropospheric zenith path delays and save them in SINEX troposphere file format</li>
    422   <li>Read GNSS orbits and clocks in a plain ASCII format from an IP port. They can be produced by a real-time GNSS engine such as RTNET and should be referenced to the IGS Earth-Centered-Earth-Fixed (ECEF) reference system. BNC will then</li>
     434  <li>Read GNSS orbits and clocks in a plain ASCII format from an IP port. They can be produced by a real-time GNSS engine
     435      and should be referenced to the IGS Earth-Centered-Earth-Fixed (ECEF) reference system. BNC will then</li>
    423436    <ul>
    424437      <li>Convert the IGS Earth-Centered-Earth-Fixed orbits and clocks into Broadcast Corrections with radial, along-track and out-of-plane components</li>
    425       <li>Upload Broadcast Corrections as an RTCM Version 3 stream to an Ntrip Broadcaster</li>
     438      <li>Upload Broadcast Corrections as an RTCM-SSR or IGS-SSR stream to an Ntrip Broadcaster</li>
    426439      <li>Refer the orbit and clock corrections to a specific reference system</li>
    427       <li>Log the Broadcast Corrections as Clock RINEX files for further processing using other tools than BNC</li>
    428       <li>Log the Broadcast Corrections as SP3 files for further processing using other tools than BNC</li>
     440      <li>Log the Broadcast Clock Corrections as Clock RINEX files for further processing using other tools than BNC</li>
     441      <li>Log the Broadcast Orbit and Clock Corrections as SP3 files for further processing using other tools than BNC</li>
     442      <li>Log the Code and Phase Biases as SINEX Bias files for further processing using other tools than BNC</li>
    429443    </ul>
    430444  <li>Upload a Broadcast Ephemeris stream in RTCM Version 3 format;</li>
     
    438452<ul>
    439453  <li>RTCM Version 2 message types</li>
    440   <li>RTCM Version 3 'conventional' message types</li>
     454  <li>RTCM Version 3 legacy message types</li>
     455  <li>RTCM Version 3 Multiple Signal Messages (MSM) and High Precision Multiple Signal Messages (HP MSM)</li>
    441456  <li>RTCM Version 3 message types for Broadcast Ephemeris</li>
    442   <li>RTCM Version 3 'State Space Representation' (SSR) messages</li>
    443   <li>RTCM Version 3 'Multiple Signal Messages' (MSM) and 'High Precision Multiple Signal Messages' (HP MSM)</li>
    444   <li>RTNET, a plain ASCII format defined within BNC to receive orbits and clocks from a serving GNSS engine
     457  <li>RTCM Version 3 State Space Representation (SSR) messages</li>
     458  <li>IGS State Space Representation (SSR) Version 1 messages</li>
     459  <li>RTNET, a plain ASCII format defined within BNC to receive SSR informations from a serving GNSS engine</li>
    445460</ul>
    446461</p>
     
    451466<p>
    452467<ul>
    453   <li>RINEX Version 2.11 & 3.03, Receiver Independent Exchange format for observations, navigation and meteorological data</li>
    454   <li>SINEX Version 2.10, Solution Independent Exchange format for station position and velocity solutions</li>
    455   <li>SINEX TRO Draft Version 2.00, Troposphere Solution Independent Exchange format for zenith path delay products</li>
    456   <li>SP3 Version c format for orbit solutions</li>
    457   <li>Clock RINEX Version 3.02 format for station and satellite clock solutions</li>
     468  <li>RINEX Version 2.11, 3.x and 4.x, Receiver Independent Exchange format for observation and navigation data</li>
     469  <li>The Extended Standard Product 3 Orbit Format SP3-d</li>
     470  <li>Clock RINEX Version 3.02 format for (station and) satellite clock solutions</li>
     471  <li>SINEX BIAS — Solution (Software/technique) INdependent EXchange Format for GNSS Biases Version 1.00</li>
     472  <li>SINEX TRO — Solution (Software/technique) INdependent EXchange Format for TROpospherican meteorological parameters Version 2.0
    458473  <li>ANTEX Version 1.4, Antenna Exchange format for Antenna Phase Center variations</li>
    459474  <li>NMEA Version 0813, National Marine Electronics Association format for satellite navigation data</li>
     475  <li>A plain ASCII format defined within BNC to save all SSR informations within a file</li>
    460476</ul>
    461477</p>
     
    463479<p>
    464480Note that BNC allows to by-pass decoding and conversion algorithms for incoming streams, leaves whatever is received
    465 untouched to save it in files or output it through local TCP/IP port.
     481untouched to save it in files or output it through a local TCP/IP port.
    466482</p>
    467483
     
    472488latest BNC version. Application areas named here are:
    473489<ul>
    474   <li>Decoding of RTCM or RTNET streams</li>
    475   <li>RINEX and SP3 file input and output</li>
     490  <li>Decoding of RTCM, RTCM-SSR, IGS-SSR and RTNET streams</li>
     491  <li>RINEX and SINEX Bias file input and output</li>
     492  <li>SINEX TRO and SP3 file output</li>
    476493  <li>Encoding of SSR and ephemeris messages</li>
    477494  <li>Upload of SSR and ephemeris messages</li>
     
    496513<tr align="center"> <td>1019</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>GPS</td>           <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    497514<tr align="center"> <td>1020</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>GLONASS</td>       <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    498 <tr align="center"> <td>1045</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>Galileo F/Nav</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    499 <tr align="center"> <td>1046</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>Galileo I/Nav</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    500 <tr align="center"> <td>1043</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>SBAS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    501 <tr align="center"> <td>1044</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>QZSS</td>          <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    502 <tr align="center"> <td>1042</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>BDS</td>           <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    503 <tr align="center"> <td>1041</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>IRNSS</td>         <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
     515<tr align="center"> <td>1045</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>Galileo F/Nav</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     516<tr align="center"> <td>1046</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>Galileo I/Nav</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     517<tr align="center"> <td>1043</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>SBAS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     518<tr align="center"> <td>1044</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>QZSS</td>          <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     519<tr align="center"> <td>1042</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>BDS</td>           <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     520<tr align="center"> <td>1041</td> <td>Ephemeris</td>                  <td>IRNSS</td>         <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    504521
    505522<tr align="center"> <td><b><br>Observation</b></td> <td></td>         <td></td>              <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
     
    519536<tr align="center"> <td>1057</td> <td>Orbit Corrections</td>          <td>GPS</td>           <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    520537<tr align="center"> <td>1063</td> <td>Orbit Corrections</td>          <td>GLONASS</td>       <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    521 <tr align="center"> <td>1240</td> <td>Orbit Corrections</td>          <td>Galileo</td>       <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    522 <tr align="center"> <td>1246</td> <td>Orbit Corrections</td>          <td>SBAS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    523 <tr align="center"> <td>1252</td> <td>Orbit Corrections</td>          <td>QZSS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    524 <tr align="center"> <td>1258</td> <td>Orbit Corrections</td>          <td>BDS</td>           <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
     538<tr align="center"> <td>1240</td> <td>Orbit Corrections</td>          <td>Galileo</td>       <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     539<tr align="center"> <td>1246</td> <td>Orbit Corrections</td>          <td>SBAS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     540<tr align="center"> <td>1252</td> <td>Orbit Corrections</td>          <td>QZSS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     541<tr align="center"> <td>1258</td> <td>Orbit Corrections</td>          <td>BDS</td>           <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    525542
    526543<tr align="center"> <td>1058</td> <td>Clock Corrections</td>          <td>GPS</td>           <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    527544<tr align="center"> <td>1064</td> <td>Clock Corrections</td>          <td>GLONASS</td>       <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    528 <tr align="center"> <td>1241</td> <td>Clock Corrections</td>          <td>Galileo</td>       <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    529 <tr align="center"> <td>1247</td> <td>Clock Corrections</td>          <td>SBAS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    530 <tr align="center"> <td>1253</td> <td>Clock Corrections</td>          <td>QZSS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    531 <tr align="center"> <td>1259</td> <td>Clock Corrections</td>          <td>BDS</td>           <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    532 
    533 <tr align="center"> <td>1059</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>GPS</td>           <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    534 <tr align="center"> <td>1065</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>GLONASS</td>       <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    535 <tr align="center"> <td>1242</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>Galileo</td>       <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    536 <tr align="center"> <td>1248</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>SBAS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    537 <tr align="center"> <td>1254</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>QZSS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    538 <tr align="center"> <td>1260</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>BDS</td>           <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
     545<tr align="center"> <td>1241</td> <td>Clock Corrections</td>          <td>Galileo</td>       <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     546<tr align="center"> <td>1247</td> <td>Clock Corrections</td>          <td>SBAS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     547<tr align="center"> <td>1253</td> <td>Clock Corrections</td>          <td>QZSS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     548<tr align="center"> <td>1259</td> <td>Clock Corrections</td>          <td>BDS</td>           <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     549
     550<tr align="center"> <td>1059</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>GPS</td>           <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     551<tr align="center"> <td>1065</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>GLONASS</td>       <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     552<tr align="center"> <td>1242</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>Galileo</td>       <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     553<tr align="center"> <td>1248</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>SBAS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     554<tr align="center"> <td>1254</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>QZSS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     555<tr align="center"> <td>1260</td> <td>Code Biases</td>                <td>BDS</td>           <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    539556
    540557<tr align="center"> <td>1061, 1062</td> <td>User Range Accuracy, HR&nbsp;</td> <td>GPS</td>        <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
     
    547564<tr align="center"> <td>1060</td> <td>Comb. Orbits & Clocks</td>      <td>GPS</td>           <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    548565<tr align="center"> <td>1066</td> <td>Comb. Orbits & Clocks</td>      <td>GLONASS</td>       <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    549 <tr align="center"> <td>1243</td> <td>Comb. Orbits & Clocks</td>      <td>Galileo</td>       <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    550 <tr align="center"> <td>1249</td> <td>Comb. Orbits & Clocks</td>      <td>SBAS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    551 <tr align="center"> <td>1255</td> <td>Comb. Orbits & Clocks</td>      <td>QZSS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    552 <tr align="center"> <td>1261</td> <td>Comb. Orbits & Clocks</td>      <td>BDS</td>           <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    553 
    554 <tr align="center"> <td><b><br>RTCM SSR II</b></td> <td></td>         <td></td>             <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
     566<tr align="center"> <td>1243</td> <td>Comb. Orbits & Clocks</td>      <td>Galileo</td>       <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     567<tr align="center"> <td>1249</td> <td>Comb. Orbits & Clocks</td>      <td>SBAS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     568<tr align="center"> <td>1255</td> <td>Comb. Orbits & Clocks</td>      <td>QZSS</td>          <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     569<tr align="center"> <td>1261</td> <td>Comb. Orbits & Clocks</td>      <td>BDS</td>           <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
     570
     571<tr align="center"> <td><b><br>RTCM SSR II</b></td> <td></td>         <td></td>             <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td>  </td> </tr>
    555572<tr align="center"> <td>1264</td> <td>VTEC</td>                       <td>GNSS </td>         <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    556573<tr align="center"> <td>1265</td> <td>Phase Biases</td>               <td>GPS</td>           <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
     
    561578<tr align="center"> <td>1270</td> <td>Phase Biases</td>               <td>BDS</td>           <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
    562579<tr align="center"> <td><b><br>IGS SSR</b></td> <td></td>             <td></td>              <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr>
    563 <tr align="center"> <td>4076</td> <td>IGS SSR</td>                    <td>GNSS </td>         <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td> </td> </tr>
     580<tr align="center"> <td>4076</td> <td>IGS SSR</td>                    <td>GNSS </td>         <td> </td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> <td>x</td> </tr>
    564581
    565582</table>
     
    570587<p>
    571588BNC can be used in different contexts with varying data flows. Typical real-time communication follows the Ntrip protocol
    572 over TCP/IP (probably via SSL), RTSP/RTP or UDP, plain TCP/IP protocol, or serial communication links.
    573 Stream content could be observations, ephemeris, satellite orbit/clock products or NMEA sentences.
     589over TCP/IP (also via SSL), RTSP/RTP or UDP, plain TCP/IP protocol, or serial communication links.
     590Stream content could be observations, ephemeris, SSR products or NMEA sentences.
    574591</p>
    575592<p>
    576593The first of the following figures shows a flow chart of BNC connected to a GNSS receiver providing observations via
    577 serial or TCP communication link for the purpose of Precise Point Positioning. The second figure shows the conversion
    578 of RTCM streams to RINEX files. The third figure shows a flow chart of BNC feeding a real-time GNSS engine which
    579 estimates precise orbits and clocks. BNC is used in this scenario to encode correctors to RTCM Version 3 and upload
    580 them to an Ntrip Broadcaster. The fourth figure shows BNC combining several Broadcast Correction streams to
    581 disseminate the combination product while saving results in SP3 and Clock RINEX files.
    582 </p>
    583 <p><img src="IMG/screenshot10.png"/></p>
     594serial or TCP communication link for the purpose of Precise Point Positioning.
     595</p>
     596<p><img src="IMG/Figure_01.png"width=900/></p>
    584597<p>Figure 1: Flowchart, BNC connected to a GNSS rover for Precise Point Positioning</p>
    585 
    586 <p>
    587 </p>
    588 <p><img src="IMG/screenshot01.png"/></p>
     598<p>
     599The second figure shows the conversion of RTCM streams to RINEX files.
     600</p>
     601<p>
     602</p>
     603<p><img src="IMG/Figure_02.png"width=900/></p>
    589604<p>Figure 2: Flowchart, BNC converting RTCM streams to RINEX batches</p>
    590 
    591 <p>
    592 </p>
    593 <p><img src="IMG/screenshot02.png"/></p>
     605<p>
     606The third figure shows a flow chart of BNC feeding a real-time GNSS engine, which
     607estimates precise orbits and clocks. BNC is used in this scenario to encode SSR corrections to RTCM-SSR or IGS-SSR and upload
     608them to an Ntrip Broadcaster.
     609</p>
     610<p>
     611</p>
     612<p><img src="IMG/Figure_03.png"width=900/></p>
    594613<p>Figure 3: Flowchart, BNC feeding a real-time GNSS engine and uploading encoded Broadcast Corrections</p>
    595 
    596 <p>
    597 </p>
    598 <p><img src="IMG/screenshot19.png"/></p>
     614<p>
     615The fourth figure shows BNC combining several Broadcast SSR Correction streams to
     616disseminate the combination product while saving results in SP3, Clock RINEX and SINEX Bias files.
     617</p>
     618<p>
     619</p>
     620<p><img src="IMG/Figure_04.png"width=900/></p>
    599621<p>Figure 4: Flowchart, BNC combining Broadcast Correction streams</p>
    600622
     
    627649a 'Streams' section, a section for 'Log' tabs, and a 'Bottom menu bar' section, see figure below.
    628650</p>
    629 <p><img src="IMG/screenshot09.png"/></p>
     651<p><img src="IMG/Figure_05.png"width=900/></p>
    630652<p>Figure 5: Sections on BNC's main window</p>
    631653
     
    635657support graphics. However, when using BNC in batch mode on Linux systems for
    636658producing plots, you need to make sure that at least a virtual X-Server like
    637 'Xvfb' is installed and the '-display' command line option is used.
     659'Xvfb' is installed and the '-display' command line option is used. Alternatively,
     660the command line option '--plattform' can be tried to use with the argument 'offscreen'
     661and the '-display' command line option.
    638662</p>
    639663
     
    661685<p>
    662686Precompiled builds of BNC are available for MS Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X systems. They can be downloaded for
    663 installation from <a href="http://igs.bkg.bund.de/ntrip/download" target="_blank">http://igs.bkg.bund.de/ntrip/download</a>.
    664 Please ensure that you always use the latest released
    665  version of the program.
     687installation from <a href="https://igs.bkg.bund.de/ntrip/bnc" target="_blank">https://igs.bkg.bund.de/ntrip/bnc</a>.
     688Please ensure that you always use the latest released version of the program.
    666689</p>
    667690<p>
     
    676699<b>Linux Build:</b> Static library and shared library builds for BNC are provided for a selection of Linux distributions.
    677700Download the ZIP archive for a version which fits to your Linux system, unzip the archive and run the included BNC binary.
    678 A static build would be sufficient in case you do not want BNC to plot PPP results with Google Map (GM) or
    679 OpenStreetMap (OSM) maps in the background. GM/OSM usage requires BNC builds from shared libraries.
     701A static build would be sufficient in case you do not want BNC to plot PPP results with
     702OpenStreetMap (OSM) maps in the background. OSM usage requires BNC builds from shared libraries.
    680703</p>
    681704
     
    695718be checked out from Subversion repository <a href="http://software.rtcm-ntrip.org/svn/trunk/BNC"
    696719target="_blank">http://software.rtcm-ntrip.org/svn/trunk/BNC</a>. A ZIP archive available from
    697 <a href="http://igs.bkg.bund.de/ntrip/download" target="_blank">http://igs.bkg.bund.de/ntrip/download</a>
     720<a href="https://igs.bkg.bund.de/ntrip/bnc" target="_blank">https://igs.bkg.bund.de/ntrip/bnc</a>
    698721provides the source code.
    699722</p>
     
    875898</ol>
    876899
    877 <p><img src="IMG/screenshot31.png"/></p>
     900<p><img src="IMG/Figure_06.png"width=900/></p>
    878901<p>Figure 6: Management of configuration options in BNC:<br>
    879902<table>
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