[teqc] next official version of teqc on-line (2018 Dec 12)
lou at unavco.org
Wed Dec 12 10:11:32 MST 2018
The next official version -- 2018Dec12 -- of teqc is on-line:
As usual, save a copy of your previous teqc executable in case there is some unexpected
problem with the new executable. Again, I _strongly_ encourage everyone to download
this new version, try it out, and promptly report anything which you think is a bug or
error. (You may want to review https://postal.unavco.org/pipermail/teqc/2016/002187.html.)
The main changes and fixes since 2018 Oct 15 are given in detail in reverse chronological
order starting at: https://www.unavco.org/software/data-processing/teqc/log/log.html#2018Dec12 --
but here's a brief summary about the main changes between this release and the last one:
- Doing a qc on a raw data file or stream should now be even easier:
o a default qc window of 24 hours is assumed for qc of a raw data file
o a default qc window of 30 seconds is assumed for qc of a stream
And of course either of these default window lengths can be overridden by using one of
the '+dX' options, e.g. '+dh 12' for 12 hours, '+ds 120' for 120 seconds, '+dm 15' for
15 minutes, etc.
- All windowing functionality should now be working when doing a qc on a raw data file or
stream, including the '-ns' and '-ne' options, e.g. the tip of week 2029,
- GPS CNAV/CNAV2 navigation messages, if present and detected, should be _excluded_
by default from GPS RINEX nav output. (*)
- QZSS CNAV/CNAV2 navigation messages, if present and detected, should be _excluded_
by default from QZSS RINEX nav output. (*)
- Galileo F/NAV navigation messages, if present and detected, should be _included_
by default in Galileo RINEX nav output. (*)
- Galileo F/NAV navigation messages, if present, are internally _excluded_ from being used
in qc point-position solutions, along with not using any pseudoranges from Galileo E5a,
E5a+b, or E6.
- A new qc '+eepd' option has been added, which is like the '+eepg' option, except '+eepd'
outputs the geographic coordinates of the qc point-position solutions in decimal degrees.
- New 'Alert' stderr messages have been added for any detected changes in receiver firmware
or detected changes in model type or number for a receiver or antenna.
- Reading new u-blox UBX-RXM-RAWX (0x1215) "version 1" message has been expanded for
multi-frequency observations per constellation, plus correction to eliminate phase or
pseudorange observables from being used if not set to be "valid".
* There are two new options, '-eph' and '+eph' which can be used to change the new default
behaviour, which is equivalent to '-eph G:CNAV,G:CNAV2,J:CNAV,J:CNAV2'. For example, to
also exclude Galileo F/NAV in Galileo RINEX nav output, use '-eph E:F/NAV'. But it is
strongly advised not to use '-eph' or '+eph' unless you are quite certain you know what
you are going, or just want to experiment. Also, be advised that detection of GPS LNAV
vs. CNAV/CNAV2, QZSS LNAV vs. CNAV/CNAV2, or Galileo I/NAV vs. F/NAV can potentially be
Currently 2018 Dec 12 builds for Allwinner H5 ARM 64-bit processor are not yet available,
but hopefully will be soon. I'll keep you informed.
As with several past versions, some builds are no longer available with this release:
- any HP-UX builds
- the 32-bit Borland build for Windows; instead, use the Mingw-32 or Mingw-64 bit builds
- the Mac OSX i5 gcc 4.2 64-bit build; instead, use the OSX i5 gcc 4.3 64-bit build
- Solaris Sparc 5.9 builds
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Louis H. Estey, Ph.D. office: [+001] 303-381-7456
UNAVCO, 6350 Nautilus Drive FAX: [+001] 303-381-7451
Boulder, CO 80301-5554 e-mail: lou unavco.org
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