My question is simple, but maybe diffcult either. How to adapt example 9 to process real kinematic GPS observations?

-- WongM - 05 Jul 2013


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Hello WongM,

Sorry about the delay, but to clarify, I'm assuming you are asking about adding real-time processing of kinematic GPS observations to Example9.cpp of the GPS toolkit.

As a toolkit used mainly for analysis, examples of real-time processing will rarely be found in the source code.

That being said, it would seem reasonable to assume that taking advantage of a scripting language (i.e. Perl) to check for GPS Receiver Data changes periodically, update Example9.cpp's input data files (edit pppconf.txt to set these files), run the Example9 executable, and copy Example9's output into a log file.

Hope that helps, and thanks for your interest in the GPS Toolkit

-- BryanParsons - 06 Aug 2013

Dear BryanParsons

Thanks for your reply! I understand your answer, however, I just want to adapt example 9 to analysis kinematic GNSS observables in post-time sense. Through my experiment, it cannot be done just by a prapared script or adaption of pppconf.txt.

Best wishes,

Frank Wang

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