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by plasagna » Wed Sep 28, 2022 2:21 pm America/New_York
I previously used to get hourly and highrate GPS data via HTTPS from archive/gps/data/, however I recently noticed that the CDDIS GNSS Data Holdings website now recommends archive/gnss/data/. I compared the rinex data from a few stations in archive/gps/data/ to the same day of the year in archive/gnss/data/ and found them to be identical mixed rinex data. I have a few questions.
1. Is the data located in gps/data a direct mirror of gnss/data?
2. Are there plans in the future to discontinue use of gps/data, if so when?