GNSS network adjustment

by Micha ⌂ @, Tuesday, July 09, 2019, 07:29 (7 days ago) @ marcelac

Hi,

okay, if I derive the baseline components from your coordinates (i.e., CORS - CASA), I got

 -44040.196072607          4150.86462583952          44833.5778602501
 -87256.470145868         -5971.42587897088          7402.66973277996
-1560.18983063602          37.8204587697983          1049.62383077014

Your baseline components read

CIQE CASA 43433.6100 -45613.9500 235.4680 0.0230 0.0260 0.0380 
PUNT CASA 87443.7240 -7622.0070 600.5070 0.0320 0.0120 0.0790 
RIDC CASA 1551.9860 -1068.2310 15.8030 0.0060 0.0050 0.0140

Usually, the baseline components are related to the WGS84 and should be close to the estimated baseline components derived from coordinates. What are the reason of such discrepancies here? Did you used the WGS84?

/Micha

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