Use crx2rnx (see the Japanese Geographical Survey Institute’s RNXCMP http site; crx2rnx is part of the freely available RNXCMP package).
place crx2rnx.exe in the folder with the *d files
open a command window if in Windows
change to the directory with crx2rnx and the *d files
use the following command for each *d file:
crx2rnx [*d filename]
Use either the Trimble Data Transfer Utility program or the Trimble runpkr00 program in the R-utilities package. Once the Data Transfer Utility is installed, if using Trimble Data Transfer:
right-click the *.t00/t01/t02 file
select Convert to DAT format
Note that you can convert files in batches by selecting multiple files before right-clicking.
place teqc.exe in the folder with the *.dat files
open a command window
change to the directory with teqc and the *.dat files
use the following command for each *.dat file:
teqc -tr d +nav [navfilename].nav [inputfilename].dat > [outputfilename].[yr]o
File naming convention is generally [4charID][dayofyear][session].[yr]o, e.g. TEST0320.07o, where TEST is the site name, 032 is the day of year (February 1), 0 is the session number (a second file collected at the same site that day would be 1, a third would be 2, and so on), and 07 is the year. Trimble NetRS files do not follow this convention.
Article ID: 125
Created On: Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 2:47 PM
Last Updated On: Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 2:47 PM
Authored by: Freddy Blume [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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