GPS Raw - The original GPS files from the receiver RINEX - RINEX files converted from the raw files Solutions - Text solutions (e.g., from OPUS). Products - Coordinate files generated, etc
File->New Folderand enter the Folder name.
Once created, from that Folder do:
File->New EntryUnder the Field Project section choose Raw GPS File. Select and upload your file.
To upload multiple files first zip them up. In the upload form open the "More..." section and check on the "Unzip archive" checkbox.
If TEQC is installed then the spatial location, time and station information (if it exists) should be harvested from the file.
You can specify an antenna and antenna height for each file or, you can specify a single value for all of the submissions.
For now, the next step is manual. OPUS will mail you the results. All you need to do is Copy and Paste the body of the email into the OPUS Solution ingest form. This will create an OPUS entry in RAMADDA and add the appropriate links to the source RINEX files. The UTM, ITRF and LAT/LON coordinates will be extracted and these more refined values will be applied to any linked RINEX or raw GPS files.
Add a comment, select the OPUS input files to use and optionally select a RAMADDA Folder to publish the results to.
You then need to specify the path to teqc with the property:
gps.teqc=/path/to/teqcThis can be placed in a .properties (e.g., gps.properties) file in the RAMADDA home dir or can be specified in the Admin->Settings properties field.
If you have raw Trimble GPS files you also need to install runpkr which is used to convert the raw files into a form that TEQC can process. To set this define the property: