[teqc] Trimble RTX and teqc

John Hamilton hamilton at terrasurv.com
Wed Feb 21 12:34:53 MST 2018


So here is the output from the trimble conversion:
         C1    C2    L1    L2    P2
        ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
   G01   240   240   240   240   240
   G10   240   240   240   240   240
   G12   232   232   232   232   232
   G14   240     0   240   240   240
   G22   240     0   240   240   240
   G25   240   240   240   240   240
   G31   240   240   240   240   240
   G32   240   240   240   240   240
   G26   170   170   170   170   170
   G03   154   154   154   154   154
   R02   240   240   240   240   240
   R03   240   240   240   240   240
   R04   240   240   240   240   240
   R12   170     0   170     0     0
   R13   240   240   240   240   240
   R14   240   240   240   240   240
   R15    82    82    82    82    82

and the teqc conversion...
         L1    L2    C1    P2    S1    S2
        ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
   G10   240   240   240   240   240   240
   G32   240   240   240   240   240   240
   G14   240   240   240   240   240   240
   G31   240   240   240   240   240   240
   G25   240   240   240   240   240   240
   G22   240   240   240   240   240   240
   G01   240   240   240   240   240   240
   G12   232   232   232   232   232   232
   G26   170   170   170   170   170   170
   G03   154   154   154   154   154   154
   R04     0   240   240   240     0   240
   R14     0   240   240   240     0   240
   R13     0   240   240   240     0   240
   R12     0     0   170     0     0     0
   R03     0   240   240   240     0   240
   R02     0   240   240   240     0   240
   R15     0    82    82    82     0    82

I was not using any options, just teqc 42400510.tgd>42400510.18o. In the
past I always used -tr d but discovered that was not necessary

On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 2:28 PM, Lou Estey <lou at unavco.org> wrote:

> The -O.sum option takes a single argument, specifying where the output is
> to go
> (as explained in https://postal.unavco.org/pipermail/teqc/2016/002204.html).
> So
> you want to execute:
>
> teqc -O.sum . 42400511.18o > 42400511.sum
>             ^
>        note the dot!
>
> (The '.' specifies the output is to go to stdout, which the shell then
> sends
> to the file 42400511.sum.)  Another way to do the same thing:
>
> teqc -O.sum 42400511.sum 42400511.18o
>
> where here you are specifying directly to teqc that the -O.sum output is to
> go to a file named 42400511.sum.
>
> --lou
>
> On 2018 Feb 21, 12:15 PM, John Hamilton wrote:
>
>> Lou: I am not familiar with the usage of the -O.sum, what is the exact
>> command line I should use (windows)? I ran it as teqc -O.sum
>> 42400511.18o>42400511.sum thinking I would get the output sent to that
>> file but it creates two 0 byte files, the original .18o and the .sum. So
>> obviously I am not entering the command line string correctly. I could
>> send you an hourly file from each translator if that would help.
>>
>> On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 12:15 PM, Lou Estey <lou at unavco.org <mailto:
>> lou at unavco.org>> wrote:
>>
>>     hi John,
>>
>>     The response from Trimble's RTX support is basically void of
>> information (since they
>>     are not familiar with teqc and their response is pure speculation),
>> so I suggest
>>     first getting some real preliminary information:
>>
>>     On both the teqc-produced and Trimble utility-produced RINEX, run
>> teqc with the
>>     '-O.sum .' option and at least see which SVs and observables are in
>> each RINEX
>>     file.  (See https://postal.unavco.org/pipermail/teqc/2016/002204.html
>> <https://postal.unavco.org/pipermail/teqc/2016/002204.html>.)
>>
>>     Also, which options are you using with teqc to translate to the RINEX
>> that
>>     Trimble's RTX service?
>>
>>     --lou
>>
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>>
>>
>>     On 2018 Feb 21, 8:18 AM, John Hamilton wrote:
>>
>>         If I convert a data file from a Trimble receiver (R10) using teqc
>> and send it to the Trimble RTX service (PPP), it only uses the GPS
>>         satellites,
>>         and ignores the other constellations. But, if I convert to rinex
>> using the trimble utility, it processes all of the constellations. So, I
>>         contacted RTX support, and here is the response I got back...
>>
>>         I think the issue lies with using the teqc converter to convert
>> your files to RINEX – I’m not intimately familiar with this tool, but
>>         perhaps
>>         there is a misconfiguration, or the RINEX file being generated is
>> not standard.
>>
>>         I always use teqc because I thought it would the the "most
>> standard".
>>
>>
>>
>>         --
>>         John Hamilton, PA PLS
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>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> John Hamilton, PA PLS
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>>
>


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