[teqc] Removing GLO G3 without removing GAL E5b

Romain Fages romain.fages at ign.fr
Thu May 16 09:40:40 UTC 2019

Dear All,

We routinely create Rinex 2.11 from Trimble T02 files for receivers for 
which all available observation types are activated, including Glonass 
G3. With a synthesized command line like :

teqc +all -tr d brst134a.tgd > brst134a.19o

Does anyone know how to remove Glonass G3 (L7 in extended Rinex 2) 
without removing Galileo E5b (L7 in Rinex 2.11) ?
Glonass G3 is still present even by specifying the (default) options 
"-extend" or "-relax". Tested with the last teqc version ("teqc  

Thank you in advance for any help.
Best regards

	FAGES Romain
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Le 11/04/2019 à 21:39, Joe Evjen a écrit :
> FYI only, passing along a possible fix for GPS-week-rollover-affected 
> GPS data files.
> A user of https://geodesy.noaa.gov/OPUS/ reported collecting a 
> post-rollover data file on an old ashtech receiver which looked 
> normal, except all time tags were 1024 weeks off, in August 1999. 
> Using teqc
> "with: Teqc -week 2048 B_T3_A99.235 > RT310980.19o Original as 
> downloaded B file > output file. That generated a rinex file with the 
> correct date. The file appears to be a typical rinex file. However 
> opus returns “...opus doesn’t recognize format...”
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