Pulled base receiver legs before turning power off, trimming bad data
On a recent job, I mistakenly pulled the set of legs that my BRx7 base receiver was sitting on before turning off power to the unit. The receiver was logging 30 second data to a static file at the time. By the time I got to my truck, I quickly realized the error, and turned off the power, but I may have logged 2-3 minutes of bad data as a result. Links below provide access to RINEX data.
My question - Is there a way to definitively determine whether there is "bad" data at the end of the file?
BTW, I got a good solution from OPUS without trimming anything at the end of the file.
I have never ever done anything like. RIIIGGHHT!!! My data indicates a kinetic property, so, if I ever did something like that, I could find the kinetic marker and cut the data after it.
Is there a kinetic property in a RINEX file?
Thanks for your help. I'm using Carlson SurvCE v6. There are some entries in the Carlson raw file RW5 at the beginning of the session when setting up the base, but I don't think there's much more than that. Otherwise, all I have is the BIN file saved on the BRx7, which I have converted to the 21O and 21N files provided.
An Ashtech receiver would say "antenna is moving". Used those markers to trim files when the wind blows my setup over. Just recorded when I set it back up and kept on working. One very windy location I had three antennas blow over, one setup twice. Just had more files to process.
Paul in PA