[teqc] set_mask

Lou Estey lou at unavco.org
Fri Oct 14 07:11:00 MDT 2005


Yanli Chu wrote:

 > When I use teqc with '-set_mask 20' to process
 > my binary data(Topcon jps format),will the data
 > under 20 deg be kicked out of from my observative
 > RINEX file?
 >
 > I tried 20, 10 and 5 deg for -set_mask, but I found
 > the sizes are always the same of my RINEX files
 > for the same session with differet -set_mask values.
 >
 > BTW, my receiver is set to 5 deg of elevation mask.
 >
 > Then what's the exactly meaning of -set_mask # ?
 > Does it really kick out the data under 20 deg?
 >
 > Thanks a lot.
 >
 > Yanli Chu
 >
 > Institute of Urban Meteorology(IUM),Beijing,China

'-set_mask #' only takes effect during the qc operation, i.e.
using '+qc', and is briefly described in the help, 'teqc +help'.
Basically it means that no data below the mask will be included
in the qc analysis.  It does nothing -- as you've noted -- during
a translation, e.g. to RINEX or BINEX.

hope this helps,
--lou

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