[FOSS-GPS] Re: New Project with RTKlib & need help.
gkoswald at gmail.com
Tue Jan 3 03:19:38 EST 2012
This might be useful
On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 7:23 AM, julio menezes <yjmenezes at yahoo.com.br>wrote:
> --- Em seg, 2/1/12, Mauro Ugarte Avilés <mauro.ugarte at cefop.udec.cl>
> > De: Mauro Ugarte Avilés <mauro.ugarte at cefop.udec.cl>
> > Assunto: Re: [FOSS-GPS] Re: New Project with RTKlib & need help.
> > Para: "Open Source GPS-related discussion and support" <
> foss-gps at lists.osgeo.org>
> > Data: Segunda-feira, 2 de Janeiro de 2012, 17:55
> > >
> > > Taking your words, I'm not good at GPS relative terms
> > and algorithms too.
> > >
> > Me neither :-)
> > > I think that the moving base must have an fixed and
> > known lenght .
> > If you review the "setting2" tab on RTKNAVI 2.4.x options,
> > you will see
> > that the "Baseline Length Constraint (m)" is an option, not
> > a
> > requirement, even when "Moving Base" is selected as
> > positioning mode on
> > "setting1" tab. Considering this, I thought that both
> > options where
> > valid (constrained and unconstrained length). One may think
> > that is just
> > a programming bug if it remains as an option and not as a
> > requirement,
> > but if you select "moving base" you will see that on the
> > "Positions" tab
> > automatically the option to input the base antenna position
> > dissapeared,
> > from which I conclude that nothing is left to chance on
> > this swiss knife
> > that RTKlib is :-).
> Hi Mauro,
> tks for your explanation, I hope to return to study the RTKLIB very soon.
> As you say, "nothing is left to chance on this swiss knife" !
> A moving base without lenght constrains let me realy impressed with RTKLIB.
> My tks for all developers.
> julio menezes
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