GPSdancer produces global outputs and local outputs.

Local outputs are only available to one particular CORS station. For most users, these are the most important outputs. The local output products are

  • RINEX clock product files
  • RINEX troposphere product files
  • A (daily) file with station coordinate time series, at a sample rate defined by the GPSdancer execution intervals
  • Observation residuals files
  • Process log files

Global output products are formally owned by the GGGF, which will publish the global products of the operational GPSdancer process free of charge via this web server. These are

  • Satellite orbits in SP3c format
  • Satellite clock solutions in clock RINEX format
  • Earth rotation parameter time series in daily files, at the sample rate set by the GPSdancer process execution rate
  • Manoeuvre table with calibrated delta-V values in-plane and out-of-plane
  • Global statistics regarding the GPSdancer solution time series, such as global RMS values of code and phase residuals, estimation sigmas for as far as explicitly available, number of CORS stations in the solution, numebr  of estimated parameters per solution, number of observatiosn processed per solution, etc.

Project details

Ultimate Browsers SupportThe GPS Dancer project started in 2007 as a voluntary project of a working group of the International Association of Geodesy.

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Square dance algorithm

Great Docs and SupportThe GPS Dancer system was named after its "square dance" exchange algorithm. Of course, it also wants to to make the GPS reference frame denser.


Here, there be pirates

The Dancer on-line network became immune against internet connection problems by leaving the US marines, and becoming a pirate.

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