[teqc] dumb clock questions
gblewitt at unr.edu
Wed Aug 31 12:24:14 MDT 2005
Lou and Jeff,
I'll be happy with this too! As you say Lou, teqc +smtt doesn't work
on rinex files, so it can't be run after-the-fact if the archive only
has teqc -smtt flavored rinex. A question might be: how does this
affect gamit and bernese users? (which I think you asked already - but
didn't see any responses).
Note to gipsy users - clockprep would still be run by default in scripts
like "point_rnx" etc., which is OK and in fact a good thing, because
occasionally you do get data that is *actually* time tagged .999000 sec
and .001000 sec (at least, I've seen this in Trimble 5700 data). In
short, no changes to your scripts ought to be necessary. The benefits
from teqc +smtt are very real when dealing with files (such as very long
files) that have many time tag offsets that can otherwise cause
clockprep to overflow the carrier phase format in the rinex file. In
most "normal" situations there should be no difference at all.
Jeff Freymueller wrote:
> On Aug 31, 2005, at 6:05 AM, Lou Estey wrote:
>> My plan is
>> to eventually make `teqc +smtt` the default, thus producing Geoff's
>> case 2 RINEX by default -- and even to switch over to producing this
>> type of RINEX for the UNAVCO archive (ftp pickup).
> I will be very happy when that day arrives!
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