On 4/12/18 1:29 PM, Björn wrote:
Teqc is not a Windows-only program. There are actually several ARM/Debian
compilations. I assume some receiver protocols have been implemented with NDAs
attached (hey Trimble...) and that might be one reason not to distribute source
code. However if JPL would have a long term need for a specific build - Perhaps
Unavco would consider supporting that.
Teqc does translation (binary to Rinex conversion), editing of rinex and
quality control of rinex data.
Not sure if that is something you want/need to do at your Beaglebone or what
post processing package you intend to use. Some post processing softwares
might eat uBlox binary natively - all likely support rinex.
interesting.. there's Rpi builds which *might* work, at least it's ARM.
This is for my backyard, not for JPL, but that doesn't stop me from
poking the JPL people and having them ask UNAVCO.
So now I just need to get some binary files out of my GPS receivers.
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