[teqc] what's in store for the next teqc release

Frederick Blume blume at unavco.org
Fri Feb 5 08:18:08 MST 2010


Lou,
Let me see if we can pry the updated antenna.ini file from Trimble to correspond with the impending NetRS firmware release.  It would be great to have tecq handle the new antenna radome codes from the NetRS right off the bat.  If we get a quick answer from them is this reasonable to add to the upcoming teqc release?

I have been throwing so much at Brian without response lately that perhaps the request coming from you would stand out and get a quicker response.  How about you email him and I'll follow up with a phone call later in the day?

FB

On Feb 5, 2010, at 8:10 AM, Lou Estey wrote:

> Dear all --
> 
> This may be a good time to consider a new teqc release.  There have
> been a number of bug fixes, improvements, and new options since the last
> release of 2009 Oct 19; see http://facility.unavco.org/software/teqc/log.html
> Among these are:
> 
> * -tbin improvements for reading binary data that has incorrect
> epochs on occasion, or obs epochs mixed with nav messages and/or met
> epochs (the time tags of the various sorts of data are now kept
> strictly independent when determining which time-binned file should
> be accessed)
> 
> * new '-O.-obs' and '-M.-obs': you specify the observables that what
> you want _removed_ (if they are present)
> 
> * ability to extract SBAS data from Ashtech B-file format
> 
> * code changes that should eliminate the need to ever use the header
> editing '-O.st' option (even when decimating/windowing/splicing in
> any combination)
> 
> * expanded use of '-ns' and '-ne' options
> 
> * new qc output line to show average S1, S2 (and S5, if present)
> 
> * improved decimation algorithm for very high-rate data (e.g. 100-Hz)
> 
> * new overloaded '-O.dec' option: -O.dec <new interval>[:<offset>]
> (use optional <offset> to adjust starting epoch if interval does
> not divide into even seconds (e.g. 0.07 s w/ 100-Hz data), even
> minutes (e.g. 35 s w/ 1- or 5-sec data), etc. -- yes, believe it or
> not, there are users who want/need this!)
> 
> -----------------
> 
> What I need to know from you, the users, as soon as possible: are there
> any minor problems that could be taken care of before the next release?
> If you can think of something let me know.  (I mention this because
> just after the 2009 Oct 19 release several users brought up issues that
> had existed prior to the Oct 19 release and could have been dealt with
> for the release.)  So, speak up now! :)
> 
> cheers,
> --lou
> 
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