[teqc] GNSS satellite elevation angle and azimuth calculation ...

ciro sierra cirosf at yahoo.es
Thu Oct 28 07:53:00 MDT 2010


Dear Oskar Sterle, I´m Ciro Sierra and I´m working in the National Geographic 
Institute of Perú and according to his message would be interesting in to know 
his program SkyPlot.exe.

How your program I can get it?

Ciro



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De: Oskar Sterle <oskar.sterle at fgg.uni-lj.si>
Para: teqc <teqc at ls.unavco.org>
Enviado: jue,28 octubre, 2010 05:04
Asunto: [teqc] GNSS satellite elevation angle and azimuth calculation ...

Dear teqc users and developers,

A while ago I posted a question about teqc qc mode and azimuth and elevation 
angle calculation. Teqc creates *.azi and *.ele files in COMPACT(2) format, 
where azimuths and elevation angles for
all possible positions of visible satellites are calculated. But I am more 
interested in plotting real situation i.e. azimuths and elevation angles should 
be calculated only for satellite positions where actual observations were made. 
In that way, obsticles in surroundings of GNSS antenna are visible from sky 
plot...
Teqc does not have that possibility.

I made a small program, named SkyPlot.exe, that does just that. It creates *.azr 
and *.elr files in COMPACT2 format, where azimuths and elevation angles are 
calculated only for satellite positions, where observations were made. In case 
anybody is interested in obtaining this program, please contact me.

Program can be run in same way as teqc - console program:
SkyPlot -orinex_file [-nGpsNavigation_file] [-nGlonassNavigation_file] [-v]

But please note, I am not programmer. I made this program in C++ on Windows 7 
64x operating system, compiled with MinGW compiler...

Best regards,

Oskar Sterle
Department of Geodesy
Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering,
Slovenia, Europe
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