svvis Application

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Description

This application computes when satellites are visible at a given point on the Earth.

Command Summary

Required Arguments:
Short Arg. Long Arg. Description
-e --eph=<arg> Where to get the ephemeris data. Can be RINEX, nav, FIC, MDP, SP3, YUMA, and SEM.

Optional Arguments:
Short Arg. Long Arg. Description
-d --debug Increase debug level.
-v --verbose Increase verbosity.
-h --help Print help usage.
  --elevation-mask=<arg> The elevation above which an SV is visible. The default is 0 degrees.
-p --position=<arg> Receiver antenna position in ECEF (x,y,z) coordinates. Format as string: "X Y Z".
-c --msc=<arg> Station coordinates file.
-m --msid=<arg> Station number to use from the msc file.
  --graph-elev=<arg> Output data at the specified interval. Interval is in seconds.
-l --time-span=<arg> How much data to process, in seconds. Default is 86400.
  --start-time=<TIME> When to start computing positions. The default is the stat of the ephemeris data.
  --stop-time=<TIME> When to stop computing positions. The default is one day after the start time.
  --print-elev Print the elevation of the sv at each change in tracking. The default is just to output the PRN of the sv.
  --rise-set Print the visibility data by PRN in rise-set pairs.
  --tabular Print the visibility data in a tabular format.
  --recent-eph Use this if the ephemeris data provided uses 10-bit GPS weeks and it should be converted to the current epoch or to the epoch current to the "start-time", if specified.

-- NicoleQuindara - 05 Aug 2011
Topic revision: r2 - 12 Jun 2015, UnknownUser
 

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