[teqc] Leica MDB Hourly [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Lou Estey lou at unavco.org
Tue Dec 13 07:24:45 MST 2016


dear Huib,

Wow, I'm impressed that you knew about the '-rssc' option!

dear Ryan,

Checking the teqc source code, it appears that the Leica MDB record 130 is the
only place where this option was ever needed (so far).

--lou

On 11-Dec-16 09:10 PM, Huib de Ligt wrote:
> Hello Ryan,
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> You need to use the option -rssc to prevent this from happening.
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> -rssc                don't report site survey change(s)
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> Regards,
>
> Huib
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> *From:*teqc [mailto:teqc-bounces at postal.unavco.org] *On Behalf Of *Ruddick Ryan
> *Sent:* Monday, December 12, 2016 10:38
> *To:* 'teqc at unavco.org' <teqc at unavco.org>
> *Cc:* ringham at crkennedy.com.au; Neil.Ashcroft at leica-geosystems.com
> *Subject:* [teqc] Leica MDB Hourly [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]
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>
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> Hi Lou,
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> Lately we have started using Leica GR model receivers (GR25 and 30) on some of our CORS. We are using TEQC to generate daily RINEX files by
> splicing and converting hourly MDB files.
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> In the resulting RINEX file each hour has an epoch flag indicating “new site occupation”.
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> Eg.
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>> teqc MDBFILE1 MDBFILE2 > RINEXFILE
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> 16 11 25  1  0  0.0000000  3  0
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> 16 11 25  1  0  0.0000000  0 21G01G04G07G08G09G11G13G17G19G28G30R01
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>                                 R02R10R11R20R21R22E18E22E30
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> 120890541.329 7  94200470.61946  23004694.740    23004697.780          44.300
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>         40.950
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> 117381677.423 7  91466237.33846  22336989.880    22336988.400          46.600
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>         40.100
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> 108808686.314 8  84785984.52247  20705606.920    20705604.260          49.800
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>         47.850
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> I cannot find anything in the receiver settings that would cause this. I wanted to check if there is anything within TEQC that may cause
> this to occur.
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> I have placed an example RINEX file and some hourly MDB files on our FTP server at ftp://ftp.ga.gov.au/geodesy-outgoing/gnss/pub/mdb_problem/
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> I have also included our Leica dealers in on this email in case they know something I don’t.
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> Thanks.
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> Ryan Ruddick
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