[teqc] Rinex Conversion 3.x to 2.xx
lou at unavco.org
Sun Nov 15 16:06:34 MST 2009
hi Kerry --
Check the header of the 3.00 file to see what translation
software was used; it'll be in the PGM field, probably the
If the .t01 files are still available, you can use Trimble's
`runpkr00`, available for Windows, Linux, Solaris Sparc and x86:
to convert the .t01 to .dat or .tgd (depending on whether the
.t01 files were stored using RT17 or RT27 data structures), and
then use teqc to convert .dat or .tgd to RINEX 2.11.
> I was supplied the Rinex files then found they were 3.00
> The origin of this data is a NetR5 and probably converted using the Trimble Convert To Rinex -
> TBC utility which does support 2.1x so hopefully they will still have the original receiver files?
> Regards, Kerry.
> On Mon, Nov 16th, 2009 at 1:25 AM, Lou Estey <lou at unavco.org> wrote:
>> hi Kerry,
>>> Is there a Rinex converter that will convert Rinex 3.x back to
>> Rinex 2.xx?
>> Well, teqc doesn't read 3.xx (yet -- though conversion of 3.00 to
>> 2.11 would be possible) and there's no other tool at UNAVCO that
>> will convert 3.xx to 2.xx.
>> Maybe contact gpstech at unavco.org -- which is a wider GNSS group
>> than just teqc users.
>> I have to ask, though: is this just a hypothetical question, or
>> is there some source of RINEX 3.xx that doesn't have a 2.xx
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