EditRinex Application



The EditRinex application provides an effective Swiss army knife for RINEX applications. EditRinex will open and read one RINEX file, apply editing commands, and write the modified RINEX data to another RINEX file(s). Input is on the command line, or of the same format in a file (-f).

Command Summary

Optional arguments:
-f --file File containing more options.
-l --log Output log file name.
-h --help Print syntax and quit.
-d --debug Print extended output info.
-v --verbose Print extended output info.
  <REC> RINEX editing commands - following:

Rinex Editor commands:


Commands consist of an identifier and a comma-delimited data field; they may be separated by space(s) '--id ' (two minuses) or not '-id' (one minus).

Examples are '--IF myFile' or '-IFmyFile'; '--HDc msg' or '--HD cmsg' or '-HDcmsg'; --BZ or -BZ; '--DD +<SV,OT,t>' or '--DD+ <SV,OT,t>' or '-DD+<SV,OT,t>'.

The data field contains no whitespace and sub-fields are comma-delimited. is a RINEX 'system & id' identifier, e.g. G27 (= GPS PRN 27); satellite system alone denotes 'all satellites this system', e.g. 'R' (GLONASS).

<OT> is a RINEX observation type, e.g. L1 or P2, and is case sensitive.
Topic revision: r4 - 05 Aug 2011, NicoleQuindara

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