[teqc] how to transfer trimble binary obs file .T02 to rinexobs files

Elisabetta D'Anastasio E.DAnastasio at gns.cri.nz
Tue Nov 1 22:35:02 MDT 2016


Hi Alex,

are you asking if the RINEX file (i.e. its content) obtained with the two 
methods will be the equivalent? Or if the RINEX format will be equivalent?

As far as I know, teqc can be only used to obtain Rinex 2 (v2.11) format , 
whereas ConvertToRinex might be used to obtain Rinex2 (v2.11) or Rinex3 
(v3.02) files.

If the question was instead if the Rinex2 file will have the same content, 
in that case this would depends on how you set the parameters used for the 
raw to rinex conversion (i.e. observables, rinex header info, etc).

As Rui already pointed out, ConvertToRinex is windows based, while 
runpkr00+teqc would be Unix/Linux based.

So, to sum up:
binary (T02) => ConvertToRinex => Rinex2 OR Rinex3

binary(T02) => runpkr00 => teqc => Rinex2

Cheers,

Elisabetta




From:   alexalex43210 <alexalex43210 at gmail.com>
To:     "teqc at postal.unavco.org" <teqc at postal.unavco.org>
Date:   02/11/2016 14:40
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The thought of Giovanni and Elisabetta maybe the only method to resolve 
this issue.
Another question about this thought:
Is the RINEX format file obtained by the upper thought  equivalent to that 
by 'CONVERT TO RINEX' of Trimble?
 
Alex
 

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Is this a command line utility? If not, it is not practical to use. 
runpkr00 is 
preferable.
 
 
Rui
 
 
On 01/11/16 11:19, Randy Tompkins wrote:
>
> Trimble also has a free utility that is easy to use to convert their 
files to 
> Rinex format.
>
> 
http://www.trimble.com/support_trl.aspx?Nav=Collection-40773&pt=Trimble%20RINEX
>
> Thanks,
> Randy
>
> Randy Tompkins, PSM
> Degrove Surveyors, Inc.
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> *From:*teqc [mailto:teqc-bounces at postal.unavco.org] *On Behalf Of 
*Giovanni 
> Sella - NOAA Federal
> *Sent:* Monday, October 31, 2016 9:10 PM
> *To:* teqc support at UNAVCO and world-wide
> *Subject:* Re: [teqc] how to transfer trimble binary obs file .T02 to 
rinexobs 
> files
>
> Use runpkr00 available on the unavco site to create Trimble dat or tgd 
files 
> then use teqc
>
> Giovanni
>
> Sent from my mobile
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> On Oct 31, 2016, at 20:57, alexalex43210 <alexalex43210 at gmail.com 
> <mailto:alexalex43210 at gmail.com>> wrote:
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>     Dear Dr. Lou,
>
>            I tried to transfer the Trimble binary files with .T02 
extension to
>     RINEX format Observation files. I want to know if there are some
>     tools operated on Linux platform to make it.
>
>     Best regards,
>
>     Yours Alex
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