[teqc] Query TEQC

Alberto Lopez alberto.lopez3 at upr.edu
Wed Oct 3 07:55:26 MDT 2018


Thanks Lou for the info.  I am only using GPS satellites.  Trimble requires the payment of 
additional fees for other constellation signals…

Alberto


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Alberto M. López Venegas, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Geology
University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez
Mayagüez, Puerto Rico 00681
(787) 832-4040 x.2704
(847) 217-3828  (cel.)
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> On Oct 3 [276], 2018, at 9:02 AM, Lou Estey <lou at unavco.org> wrote:
> 
> dear Javier,
> 
> Be advised:
> 
> Alberto's script does not have the '-g' flag on the `runpkr00` command, meaning
> that it will only produce a .dat file, and never a .tgd file, (according to the
> information that we have from Trimble) and therefore be restricted to having only
> GPS (and maybe SBAS) legacy observables, even if the receiver creating the .t02 file
> is configured for tracking other GNSS systems or newer GPS signals.
> 
> See more details in the link that I sent.
> 
> --lou
> 
> On 02  Oct  2018 9:41 PM, Alberto Lopez wrote:
>> Hello Javier,
>> As Lou and Jeff stated, you will need Trimble proprietary software to make the conversion.  I am assuming you are not downloading
>> the data straight from the receiver since it does have a way to convert to different RINEX versions and even in the Hatanaka
>> compression versions, as well as in BINEX.
>> Below is a modified version of a script I use in Linux to convert the T02 files after downloading them from campaign receivers.  The script assumes you have
>> already runpkr00 in your system (path) as well the super useful code julday from the PASSCAL software suite.  You can use the equivalent GIPSY executable
>> cal2day.
>> #!/bin/bash
>> #
>> #  Alberto M. Lopez  [Developed September 2, 2015]
>> #
>> #  Script for changing filename and headers from T02 format into
>> #  appropriate surveyed campaign station
>> #  This script assumes  will have always the same antenna -receiver combination
>> #  but does not use the same antenna height.  The line below that invokes teqc must be edited
>> #  to assign Name, Agency and Type of receiver.   Read the teqc manual for the different -O options.
>> #     USAGE:  Place all T02 files in a directory.  These are the files d/l'ed from the
>> #             receiver, which will have the Serial No. of the receiver, year, month and day.  The script will ask for the station name and the
>> #             antenna height used for the campaign.  The script will rename the file to the appropriate RINEX
>> #             convention (STATDOYS.YYX), and will fix the header to include the correct station name and height.
>> #             The script will generate directories for each day and will enter there to run teqc Quality Control
>> #             and it will generate the Summary QC file and all the QC plots.  You can run later teqcplot for sky plots and the like.
>> #		A table will be generated that can be used for plotting the history of QC parameters.
>> #
>> #       UPDATES:
>> #       September 10, 2015:  Edited the original script to read from default filenames from NetR9
>> #       (e.g. 5038K70419201504220000.T02) in T02 format.  The default name is
>> #       serial number followed by year month day hour minutes session . T02  - This file is processed using
>> #       Trimble's proprietary decoder runpkr00.  If you have a different filename, you will have to edit the following variables in the loop below:
>> #          yr, yyr, mon and day so the cut command will work appropriately.
>> #
>> #
>>  echo 'Enter 4 Ch-ID of station in Caps'
>>  read stat
>> #
>>  echo -e “Enter antenna height in meters:"
>>  read anth
>> #
>> # Let's start the renaming loop:
>>  for f in *[0-9][A-Z][0-9]*
>>  do
>>         runpkr00 -demv $f
>>         yr=`echo $f | cut -c 11-14`
>>         yyr=`echo $f | cut -c 13-14`
>>         mon=`echo $f| cut -c 15-16`
>>         day=`echo $f| cut -c 17-18`
>> #        doy=`julday $mon $day $yr | grep Julian | awk '{print $3}’`  	#if using julday (PASSCAL software)
>> 	doy=`cal2day $day $mon $yr | cut -c6-8`				#if using cal2day (GiPSy)
>>         echo $stat $yr $doy done
>>         base=`basename $f .T02`
>>         mv $base.eph $stat$doy"0."$yyr"N"
>>         teqc +C2 +nav $stat$doy"0."$yyr"N" -O.ag “Your Agency" -O.o “Operator’s Name" -O.mo $stat -O.mn $stat -O.rt “Type of receiver" -O.pe $anth 0.0 0.0 -tr d $base.dat > $stat$doy"0."$yyr"O"
>>         mkdir $doy
>>         mv $stat$doy* $doy/
>> done
>> mkdir RAW
>> mv *T02 RAW/
>> #
>> #  Now, let's do the QC
>>  for d in [0-9][0-9][0-9]
>>          do
>>                  cd $d
>>                  for f in $stat*O
>>                   do
>>                   teqc +qc +plot $f
>>                  done
>>                  cd ..
>>          done
>>  grep SUM [0-9][0-9][0-9]/$stat*S > QCsum$stat.table
>> #
>>> On 2018-10-02, at 15:56 :33, Freymueller, Jeffrey <freymuel at msu.edu> wrote:
>>> 
>>> Javier,
>>> 
>>>  
>>> The .t02 file is a proprietary format that only Trimble knows how to read. You need to use Trimble’s software to convert the .t02 file to a .dat or ‘runpkr00’, and perhaps other ways provided by Trimble.
>>> 
>>>  
>>> Jeff
>>> 
>>> --------------
>>> 
>>> Dr. Jeffrey T. Freymueller
>>> 
>>> Thomas A. Vogel Endowed Chair for Geology of the Solid Earth
>>> 
>>> Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences
>>> 
>>> Michigan State University
>>> 
>>> URL: https://ees.natsci.msu.edu/people/faculty/freymueller-jeffrey/
>>> 
>>>  
>>>  
>>>  
>>> From: teqc <teqc-bounces at postal.unavco.org> on behalf of Javier Jovani Mendez Ramirez <javierjovani at hotmail.com>
>>> Reply-To: teqc support discussion list <teqc at postal.unavco.org>
>>> Date: Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at 3:25 PM
>>> To: "teqc at postal.unavco.org" <teqc at postal.unavco.org>
>>> Subject: [teqc] Query TEQC
>>> 
>>>  
>>> good afternoon
>>> 
>>>  
>>> Could you tell me what is the syntax to convert a .t02 file from trimble to rinex?
>>> 
>>>  
>>> Thank you
>>> 
>>>  
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>> Alberto M. López Venegas, Ph.D.
>> Associate Professor
>> Department of Geology
>> University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez
>> Mayagüez, Puerto Rico 00681
>> (787) 832-4040 x.2704
>> (847) 217-3828  (cel.)
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