[FOSS-GPS] help with RTKPOST of GPS file please

David Kelley DavidKelley at iTSware.net
Sun Apr 17 07:04:54 PDT 2016

So to be clear, you are getting "5" (single autonomous mode) fixes with 
what you want to be RTK on a set of observation gathered at
 > 2016 04 03 13 05 45.199000  0  10
 > 2016 04 03 13 18 31.799000  0  14
And you want to run this again the data from CORS site AL50

Three quick things suggest themselves to assist you.
One, re-run with the debug trace level on and then look over the 
results, a level of 3 should be good.
Two, send your *.ini file out to the group, (remove any log on passwords)
Three, can you zip or tar up these file for one single download?

Regards, David Kelley

On 4/17/2016 6:07 AM, ebennb wrote:
> I have tried everything I can think of or find on Google to get this to
> process in RTKPOST. I only receive a Q=5 post-processing. This is from a
> Lea-6T GPS unit on board a PrecisionHawk fixed-wing UAV.
> I include all the files I have downloaded from around the internet in the
> following Dropbox link.
> https://www.dropbox.com/sh/o7y4p7bplnocvqu/AACVBsxV87n531fstkEEUTvOa?dl=0
> If somebody is a coding/math genius then I also include a Novatel .imr file
> which ultimately I would want to use in combination with the post-processed
> solution via a Kalman filter approach.
> Please post your responses to my blog post for all to see. Ideally, I would
> love some step-by-step instructions. The first to solve this wins the World
> GNSS Genius Award! If you solve both, you win also the INS/GNSS fusion
> Genius Award! Perhaps just the challenge will be fun for somebody. It
> certainly is more than I can figure out right now!
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