Hand-on GNSS at the CRLSchool2023

  1. The GPS receivers used and the data produced by the receivers
    • TPS HIPER n° 437-0188 used at the base station NAF1Data
    • TPS GB-1000 n° T225907 & antenna PG-A1 used at the base station NAF2Data
    • TPS GB-1000 n° T225906 used at the base station NAF3Data
    • TPS GR5+ n° 1117-23858 used by the mobile team AData
    • JAVAD BX10 n° 1143-11132 used by the mobile team B –Data
    • TPS HIPER_SR n° 1209-10181 used by the mobile team CData
    • JAVAD GCX3 n° 1387-12862 used by the mobile team DData
    • TPS HIPER n° 435-0154 used by the mobile team E –Data
    • TPS GR5 n° 848-10249 used by the mobile team F –Data
    • Mobile phone – Data (in RINEX3 format) acquired with the Android application GnssLogger
  2. On-line processing with the Canadian software SCRS-PPP
    • You must first sign-in the web service
    • Then you can upload your data file – Click here to know how to do it
  3. Results of the static processing of the three base stations
  4. Results of the kinematic processing of the six mobile stations computed in Precise Point Positioning (PPP) mode
  5. Double difference processing using the PNAV software
  6. Results of the double difference processing
  7. Graphics
    • Antenna height versus east-west coordinate – Click here
  8. Learn more about:
    • GNSS antennas calibration by the NOAA
    • The RINEX2 format (nota: here we used RINEX2 for simplicity, however the current format is RINEX3, compatible with multi-constellation
    • The International Terrestrial Reference Frame (ITRF)
    • Transformation of coordinates (Geographic, UTM, XYZ): download the transformation programme « trcoor » – Use the programme « PROJ« 
    • GNSS array and work in the Corinth Rift Laboratory
  9. Literature
  10. Thanks