Code Record

2017-01-26

[DOI: 10.21982/M8301Q ] RinexSNR
Larson, Kristine
Converts the standard GPS data format (RINEX) into useable data, i.e. it computes the GPS orbits and calculates satellite azimuth and elevation angle, and Signal to Noise Ratio data from GPS sensors. It does not create soil moisture or snow depth by itself, but it will save a non-GPS expert a lot of time.

Code Site: http://xenon.colorado.edu/rinex_v2/

Appears in: Larson, K.M., E.E. Small, E. Gutmann, A. Bilich, J. Braun, V. Zavorotny, Use of GPS receivers as a soil moisture network for water cycle studies, Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L24405, doi:10.1029/2008GL036013, 2008.

Larson, K.M., E. Gutmann, V. Zavorotny, J. Braun, M. Williams, and F. G. Nievinski, Can we measure snow depth with GPS receivers?, Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol. 36, L17502, doi:10.1029/2009GL039430, 2009


Code Languages: Fortran77

Sensor Categories: GPS

Geophysical Model: Other -

Geophysical Categories: Ocean: Other, Land: Soil Moisture, Land: Geologic Activity – Surface Deformation, Topography, Land: Forest Biomass/Structure, Land: Crops, Land: Urban Map/Structures, Land: GIS, Land: Other