NRCan CSRS PPP - Stonex static data submission process

NRCan CSRS PPP - Stonex static data submission process

Download Stonex static data

-        Connect to the receiver’s WebUI from the computer you are planning to download and post-process your static data.

-        From the main menu, go to ‘Download’ tab. There, you will find all the static session files stored in the receiver’s internal memory.

-        Select and download the folder-file desired. The downloaded file is a compressed file with name ‘record.tar’, which includes all Rinex files.

Submit Rinex for PPP – NRCan CSRS PPP Service








Note: for more accurate PPP results, you have to submit your Rinex files

2 days after the static data recording.

In Canada, achieving absolute accuracy requires post-processing the static base data using the NRCan CSRS PPP service.

-        Click on the link below and ‘Sign in’. Note: If you are using the service for the first time, you have to click on ‘New User: Create an account’.

-        Define:

o   Processing mode: ‘Static’

o   ‘Horizontal datum’ and ‘epoch’: in our case, NAD83, epoch 2002

o   ‘Vertical datum’: in our case, CGVD28(HT2_0 geoid model)

o   Rinex file: decompress the record.tar file you obtain and choose to ‘Submit to PPP’ the Rinex observation file (demo0592.19O


NRCan PPP base results




-        The results with the georeferenced base location will be sent to the email provided in your NRCan-PPP account, as in the sample below.

o   Download the .zip file (

o   Click on ‘Summary’ and save it as well (right-click << Save as).


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