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novaRinex Converter

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Description

This application will open and read a binary Novatel file (OEM2 and OEM4 receivers are supported), and convert the data to RINEX format observation and navigation files. The RINEX header is filled using user input (see below), and optional records are filled.

Command Summary

Required Arguments:
Short Arg. Long Arg. Description
  --input Novatel binary input file.

Optional Arguments:

Short Arg. Long Arg. Description
-f   Name of file containing more options ('#' to EOL : comment).
  --dir Directory in which to find input file (default ./).
  --obs RINEX observation output file (default RnovaRINEX.obs).
  --nav RINEX navigation output file (RnovaRINEX.nav).
Output RINEX Header Fields
  --noHDopt If present, do not fill optional records in the output RINEX header.
  --HDp Set output RINEX header 'program' field ('novaRinex v2.1 9/07').
  --HDr Set output RINEX header 'run by' field ('ARL:UT/GPSTk').
  --HDo <obser> Set output RINEX header 'observer' field.
  --HDa <agency> Set output RINEX header 'agency' field.
  --HDm <marker> Set output RINEX header 'marker' field.
  --HDn <number> Set output RINEX header 'number' field.
  --HDrn <number> Set output RINEX header 'Rx number' field.
  --HDrt <type> Set output RINEX header 'Rx version' field (Novatel).
  --HDrv <vers> Set output RINEX header 'Rx version' field (OEM2/4).
  --HDan <number> Set output RINEX header 'antenna number' field.
  --HDat <type> Set output RINEX header 'antenna type' field.
  --HDc <comment:> Add comment to output RINEX header (>1 allowed).
Output RINEX Observation Data
  --obstype <OT> Output this RINEX (standard) obs type. <OT> is one of L1, L2, C1, P1, P2, D1, D2, S1, or S2; repeat for each type. Default is all standard types that have data.
Output Configuration
  --begin <arg> Start time, <arg> is of the form YYYY,MM,DD,HH,Min,Sec.
  --beginGPS <arg> Start time, <arg> is of the form GPSweek, GPSsow.
  --end <arg> End time, <arg> is of the form YYYY,MM,DD,HH,Min,Sec.
  --endGPS <arg> End time, <arg> is of the form GPSweek,GPSsow.
  --week <week> GPS Week number of this data. This is for OEM2; this command serves two functions: 1) resolving the ambiguity in the 10-bit week (default uses --begin, --end, or the current system time), and 2) ensuring that ephemeris records that precede any observation records are not lost.
  --debias Remove an initial bias from the phase.
-h --help Print this message and quit.
  --verbose Print more information.
-d --debug Print extended output information.

Notes

Input is on the command line, or of the same format in a file (-f <file>).

-- NicoleQuindara - 04 Aug 2011

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