[time-nuts] RINEX for Android

Björn bg at lysator.liu.se
Thu Apr 12 16:29:13 EDT 2018


Hi Jim,

Teqc is not a Windows-only program.  There are actually several ARM/Debian compilations. I assume some receiver protocols have been implemented with NDAs attached (hey Trimble...) and that might be one reason not to distribute source code. However if JPL would have a long term need for a specific build - Perhaps Unavco would consider supporting that. 

https://www.unavco.org/software/data-processing/teqc/teqc.html

Teqc does translation (binary to Rinex conversion), editing of rinex and quality control of rinex data. 

Not sure if that is something you want/need to do at your Beaglebone or what post processing package you intend to use.  Some post processing softwares might eat uBlox binary natively - all likely support rinex.

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    Björn 

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>> On 12 Apr 2018, at 18:51, jimlux <jimlux at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> 
>> On 4/12/18 6:57 AM, Ole Petter Rønningen wrote:
>> I think teqc.exe can read ubx-files directly
>> Ole
>>> 12. apr. 2018 kl. 12:46 skrev jimlux <jimlux at earthlink.net>:
>>> 
>>> It turns out that some of the newer Android phones support an API which returns raw GNSS data and that can be logged to a file in RINEX format. There's a few apps out there that do this although I've not tried it (my Samsung S6 doesn't have the right hardware).
>>> 
>>> In any case, it might be interesting, if you have one of these devices, to let it log for a while, with the phone in a fixed place, and then post process the data.
>>> 
>>> I ran across this when looking for software to generate RINEX files from data from NEO-7 GPS modules (which I'm still looking for)
>>> 
>>> _
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> I'm working in a Beaglebone environment - ARM, Debian- so the Windows tools don't work.  Before I go out and write python code to push characters out the serial port and get the output, I was hoping that someone had done some of this before.. I can do the conversion from a binary file to RINEX somewhere else.
> 
> rtklib might do the trick, but might also be overkill.  It seems that all I need to do is send the right strings to the GPS and it will start spitting out the right binary messages, which I then capture and post process. (perhaps using rtklib's utility to do binary to RINEX).
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