[teqc] Trimble and Binex
charlie at radex.com
Mon Jan 31 13:09:49 MST 2005
Dear Mr. Estey,
Thanks for such a prompt response :-) Sounds like the NetRS may be the way
for us to go, when it is ready. I'm surprised that the R7 doesn't
support Binex, though,
because its spec sheet says that it does (at the bottom right on the
The same is true for the R8. I'll follow up on this issue with the folks
in case it's a misprint. Do you know how I might contact Mr. Frohring,
he respond to an inquiry posted to this list?
Thanks again for your assistance.
Lou Estey wrote:
>> I apologize in advance if I'm directing this question to
>> the wrong list, but would somebody happen to know
>> the answer to the following question? What is the
>> resolution of the signal to noise ratios in the streaming
>> Binex output for the Trimble R7 and NetRS receivers?
>> If my understanding is correct, the Binex for the 4000
>> series has signal to noise to the nearest dB, while the R8
>> has it to the nearest 0.1 dB.
> This list is probably as good as any other on this topic,
> though you might want to also try our "gpstech" list (general
> GNSS topics to a slightly broader list).
> AFAIK, the only Trimble receivers that have BINEX as an
> output option are the 4700 (used in the UCAR SuomiNet
> project) and the NetRS -- though for the latter is still
> in a development/verification stage for EarthScope/PBO.
> For the 4700, the SNR was recorded in BINEX 0x7f-02 to the
> nearest 0.25 dBHz; for the NetRS it will recorded in BINEX
> 0x7f-03 to the nearest 0.1 dBHz.
> Brian Frohring or someone else at Trimble might want to
> comment further.
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