Does OPUS use the SNR to weight the data?
I was thinking about ways to improve results from a session in a poor location.
If I identified the times when a satellite was received (by reflection) but not direct line of sight because of buildings, and took out that data from the RINEX, it should improve the results.
I would need a complex elevation mask, which probably means a lot of manual work, as I don't think I have a tool to do it..
It would be a lot easier to zero out the SNR than to remove the data from the file, if that would tell OPUS to de-weight it..
No matter how much you want it, you cannot get old equipment to equal the performance of the latest and greatest. Live within the limitations you have and put your extraordinary efforts elsewhere.
Paul in PA
I never particularly heard a statement that would answer that question, but it is my understanding that OPUS looks at the SNR and if it is not up to acceptable limits I believe it just excludes that data. So in affect a low signal to noise ratio means more data would be excluded which is giving that particular satellite significantly less weight.
Paul in PA