crx2rnx

namecrx2rnx
created_at2022-06-25 18:09:47.762141
updated_at2023-12-27 18:23:29.918092
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descriptionRINEX data decompressor
homepagehttps://github.com/georust/rinex
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CRX2RNX ======= [![crates.io](https://img.shields.io/crates/v/crx2rnx.svg)](https://crates.io/crates/crx2rnx) [![License](https://img.shields.io/badge/license-Apache%202.0-blue?style=flat-square)](https://github.com/gwbres/rinex/blob/main/LICENSE-APACHE) [![License](https://img.shields.io/badge/license-MIT-blue?style=flat-square)](https://github.com/gwbres/hatanaka/rinex/main/LICENSE-MIT) `CRX2RNX` is a command line tool to decompress Compact RINEX into `RINEX` data. It is an alternative to the existing official tool. ## Compression algorithm *Yuki Hatanaka* created a simple yet efficient method to compress RINEX files, it's called CRINEX, latest revision is `CRINEX3` and is specified [here](https://www.gsi.go.jp/ENGLISH/Bulletin55.html). This tool supports both CRINEX1 and CRINEX3 (latest). This tool supports a maximal compression order of 6, which is more than other existing tools: this means you can safely pass CRINEX that were compressed with other existing tools. ## Getting started Build with the `--release` flag for best performances. Specify one file to decompress with `--fp`: ```bash crx2rnx --fp ../test_resources/CRNX/V1/wsra0010.21d ``` This generates `test_resources/CRNX/V1/wsra0010.21o`, to follow `RINEX` naming conventions. You can specify the output path yourself: ```bash crx2rnx --fp ../test_resoures/CRNX/V1/wsra0010.21d \ -o /tmp/output.rnx # does not have to follow naming conventions ``` ```bash crx2rnx -f ../test_resoures/CRNX/V3/ACOR00ESP_R_20213550000_01D_30S_MO.crx \ -o /tmp/output.rnx # standard V3 extension ```
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