[teqc] what is .i12?
lou at unavco.org
Mon Oct 3 08:23:28 MDT 2016
It should be easy to see why .ion was not going to cut it anymore.
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On 30-Sep-16 05:51 PM, Lou Estey wrote:
> hi Bob,
> Yes, this is mentioned in https://www.unavco.org/software/data-processing/teqc/doc/UNAVCO_Teqc_Tutorial.pdf
> (search on "Ionospheric Delay Plot Files"). There's a more complete description in some email,
> but will have to wait until Monday.
>> I am sure this question has been answered somewhere,
>> but I have been beating my head against this for weeks.
>> I am trying to check the data using "plot file" outputs,
>> specifically the '.i12' files representing "ionospheric delay"
>> [in meters].
>> I can't find any obvious place that says which of the many
>> ionospheric delays this is. Comparing with other processors
>> and output models suggests that it might be the L2 delay
>> [in meters], but I can't be sure.
>> Please help me!
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