I am having issues with my new RS2 as far as post processing goes. I am attempting to just occupy in single point for 30min then take the data into RTKConv to export the rinex files so I can send it to OPUS and get a solution. I have done so with Trimble and Leica products with little issue before but am new to the Emlid products. I do not have an additional post processing program to use and is as of right now my biggest hindrance I think.
Could you please clarify your difficulties with converting to RINEX in RTKConv so we can help you to figure it out?
I’ve checked your system report, and it seems you set up the 5Hz update rate. As far as I know, OPUS accepts data logged with 1Hz and lower frequencies, so I recommend changing the update rate to 1 Hz and trying to record the data once again.
Hi Tatiana, currently I have been getting my rinex files refused to be processed because of single frequency data. Does rtkconv use both l1/l2 in the conversion because it seems that I’m not getting fuel frequency into my rinex .obs files.
i maybe wrong since i dont own a RS2, but based on what i see it supports L2C not L2
if your successful with processing RS2 data with OPUS i really would like to hear about it. I use OPUS with a standard GPS l1/l2 receiver (just as you appear to have done). to my knowledge OPUS requires l1/l2 and does not yet do L2C since L2C is still pre-operational (aka beta) .
I think that is a pretty old link, my rinex 2.11 files just list L2 no L2C. I thought it used to cause problems when L2C first came out but that was with the rinex converter software, later updates fixed it so that as the L2 legacy signals die off nothing has to be done to receivers to transition to L2C
I am using the RS2 version of RTKLib, I have not had the time to try the 1hz recording as of yet I have been super busy with other things but will try it out soon. here is a screen shot of the RTKLib I am using for conversion. Also I have tried to change the interval to 30s but when I do I do not receive any .obs file. I know the opus prefers to have the epochs and a certain rate of 1 to 30s.
Question; why are you converting UBX files to Rinex, rather than simply logging Rinex files to begin with? (On the logging page, (Raw data) select file type) Now, having asked this, i too am getting the response from OPUS that it requires two frequency data files, and that the Rinex file i uploaded from my RS2 seems to be only single frequency. Any ideas?