Question

Hey, I'm using RinexObsData class in my school project, and I'm getting a very large difference in calculating the same rinex file than what I receive for position with your example program, example 4. What time does time function return in RinexObsData class? Time when receiver received observation or time when satellite sent it? Because depending your answer that might be my problem.

Does RinexEphemerisStore take into account clock correction when giving satellite position?

Thank you very much, Saku Rautiainen.

-- SakuRautiainen - 26 Apr 2011

Answer

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The time is the time from the RINEX observation file. This time is defined by the RINEX standard to be the receive time of the observation in the receiver time frame.

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Topic revision: r2 - 02 Sep 2011, RickMach
 

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