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Hi all,

I have submitted my rinex file to AUSPOS and the send this error message below

AUSPOS has detected an error in the data you have submitted for processing. Please check you data is in the correct RINEX format required for processing an AUSPOS job.
The following error was reported:
The submitted RINEX data indicates that the antenna was moving. AUSPOS can only process static GPS data.
However, if your data is static please remove all lines like 
          2  1            
    Start of Kinematic Data    
but i dont understand this message

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     make a copy of the file. Open the file in a text editor; look for any messages , like a restart. Remove them and all data packets before them. Change the header start date to match the first packet. Be careful to count spaces so that every entry is exact. Resubmit.

  • Land Surveyor

    cop;y your RINEX file and work on the copy open in a simple text editor.

    find references to kinematic and try simply to erase those lines and re-submit.

    If that doesn't work consider zipping it and I'll take a look.

    No guarantee of results but willing.

    JAC

  • Check your formatting. I don't know if you were using a base along with a rover, but it sounds like you had a rover set up with base specs.
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