[teqc] R7 translation query
Maria Eugenia Gomez
eugegomez80 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 29 06:47:55 MST 2010
Thank you very much for your answer.
2010/1/28 Lou Estey <lou at unavco.org>
> I am working with an R7 dat file. I am not familiar with that files but I
>> tried to translate it with the newest version of teqc. I read the tutorial
>> but I couldn't find anything concerning R7. I tried with the same command as
>> for a T4700 but I think I didn't succeed because I got an obs file, but I
>> also had a strange message related to the antenna and something about the
>> Can anyone help me? My OS is Windows XP.
> There's really nothing special about a .dat file from an R7 vs. a .dat
> file from some other Trimble receiver.
> c:\copia>teqc -tr d -week 1566 48540130.dat > 48540130.10o
> Only use the 'week' option if you absolutely sure you have the right
> week value for the start of the data. In most cases, you won't need
> to use this option unless teqc suggests that it might be necessary.
> ! Notice ! unknown Trimble antenna type (Record 16)= 'E'
>> ! Notice ! unknown Trimble antenna type (Record 16)=
> Trimble stores the antenna type in the .dat file as a 2-letter code.
> Either the translation for any particular code to the more usual IGS
> ASCII text description is built into teqc, or it isn't not. (If not,
> the antenna type in the output RINEX obs file is not populated with
> anything useful unless you are using the '-O.at' option to specify
> your own ASCII text description of the antenna type.)
> The only thing strange here is that the .dat file has two different
> 2-letter codes for the antenna. Did you do an antenna swap in the
> middle of data collection?
> ! Notice ! Trimble .dat record 0x28 unknown or not coded yet ... skipping
> Your .dat has a record 40 (0x28) that teqc knowns nothing about.
> Nothing to worry about.
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