Post-prosessing help!

Hey

Help me! I am a beginner…

I getting a fix at https://igs.bkg.bund.de/dataandproducts/rinexsearch

I get files there, but I do not know how to get them to work with RTKLIb.

BASE -> JOEN is 60km away from where I saved REACH RAW data

Here are some screenshots …

And why is not the RTKPOST program section “RINEX OBS: Base Station” is not selectables?

And how do I use downloaded data? Is it possible?

Vesa

Please start with this tutorial:

https://docs.emlid.com/reach/common/tutorials/gps-post-processing/

Hey

I read and I made a correction with correctio data saved by Rover.

Now I would like to learn to use that data that I get from the nearest base station.

How do I use the files in the picture 3? There is no .obs file …

I’m not an expert in this at all, Try this website: http://mgex.igs.org/IGS_MGEX_Data.html . It seems to address the crx.gz files as containing the observation file in compressed form.

It appears that this is new stuff. Most USA sites are only GPS or GPS + GLO. It appears that your base station covers GPS, GLO, GAL, CIN, etc. The files appear to be in the new compressed format.

I believe the RTKLIB pdf manual covers use of the compressed format, but not sure.

I think Base obs file is not requested if not needed as in Single mode.

Be interesting to see results…

Good Luck.

Hi again

I have learned to use the RTKLIB program, but it not was is easy to me…:thinking::sleeping:

Files can be downloaded without compression when it dowload one by one.

Here’s my best result using data from a public service provider.
Rover <-> base station distance is 68,5 km
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bxu5HdnQJHfBWjQtc28tcHZnVXc

Is there any harm if the all satellite systems are selected in settings?

It’s hard to see what the units are in the .jpg image, but for a baseline of 68.5 km, the FIX would appear to be impressive. Perhaps you could elaborate on your Base Station, etc. Maybe you can help some of us…

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