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RinexDump Data Collector

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Description

RinexDump is a utility application which converts RINEX format data into a columnar output that is suitable for use in plotting or in a spreadsheet. Data is written one line per SV per epoch, and the RINEX header information is not carried output. The first three columns in the tabular output are:
  • GPS Week
  • GPS Seconds of Week
  • Satellite identifier
After these columns, columns are dependent on the data stored in the RINEX file.

RinexDump output is scrolled to the screen by default. You will need to direct the data to a file if you want to save it.

Command Summary

Optional Arguments:
Short Arg. Long Arg. Description
  -pos Output only positions from aux headers; sat and obs are ignored.
-n --num Make output purely numeric (no header, no system char on sats).
  -format<file> Output times in CommonTime? format (default is %4F %10.3g).
  -file=<file> RINEX observation file; this option may be repeated.
  --obs=<obs> RINEX observation type, found in file header.
  --sat=<sat> RINEX satellite ID (e.g. G31 for GPS PRN 31).
-h --help Print this and quit.

Usage

If no satellites are given, all are output; likewise for observation types. Output begins with header lines (starting with #) identifying input and columns.

RinexDump usage: RinexDump [-n] <rinex obs file> [<satellite(s)> <obstype(s)>] 

The optional argument -n tells RinexDump? its output should be purely numeric.

Examples

> RinexDump algo1580.06o 3 4 5

# Rinexdump file: algo1580.06o Satellites: G03 G04 G05 Observations: ALL
# Week  GPS_sow Sat            L1 L S            L2 L S            C1 L S
1378 259200.000 G03  -3843024.647 0 3  -2994560.443 0 1  23796436.087 0 0
1378 259230.000 G03  -3954052.735 0 3  -3081075.654 0 2  23775308.750 0 0
1378 259260.000 G03  -4064994.465 0 2  -3167523.561 0 3  23754197.617 0 0

 . . .

          P2 L S            P1 L S            S1 L S            S2 L S
23796439.457 0 0  23796436.350 0 0        21.100 0 0        11.000 0 0
23775311.168 0 0  23775308.182 0 0        22.100 0 0        17.800 0 0
23754199.648 0 0  23754196.550 0 0        17.000 0 0        18.600 0 0

 . . .

Notes

MATLAB and Octave can read the purely numeric output.

-- NicoleQuindara - 04 Aug 2011

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