[teqc] Obtaining position information from RINEX data using teqc
gblewitt at unr.edu
Sat Mar 8 14:06:07 MST 2008
I would not even try - teqc does not have high accuracy models for
positioning, and there are software packages out there that can get you
a point position to within 1 cm (as compared to tens of meters).
I use GIPSY-OASIS2 from JPL. If you don't have that, you can try their
"ag" (autogipsy) "mail-in" system.
I have not use ag myself, but the statistics show that it is used a lot.
Apparently it returns answers in 5-10 minute.
As I understand it, you have to figure out antenna height etc. yourself,
but I would read the FAQs on the web page for more information.
Pierre Cilliers wrote:
> Has anyone done a systematic analysis of the accuracy of obtaining
> position information from RINEX data using teqc qc-full?
> Dr Pierre Cilliers
> Research Physicist, Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, South Africa
> teqc mailing list
> teqc at ls.unavco.org
Dr Geoffrey Blewitt, Professor of Space Geodesy
Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering
NV Bureau of Mines & Geology, and NV Seismo Lab
University of Nevada, Reno, NV 89557-0178, USA
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