GNSS data

Rénag network data

The data of the Rénag network are public and free of charge. They are accessible to all users in the form of observation files in the standard Rinex 2 compressed exchange format. The data and metadata can be visualized and downloaded via a web interface. The data is made available with a sampling rate of 30s and can be accessed via an ftp server  in daily files (30 s/24 h). The data with a sampling rate of 1 s can be accessed via another ftp server in hourly files (1 s/1 h).

Data from the private Geodata/Orpheon network, distributed by the Rénag data centre, are accessible in principle for scientific applications but please contact the managers of the Rénag and the Rénag data centre for more information.

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RGP network data

Data from the permanent GNSS network of the National Institute of Geographic and Forestry Information (RGP Network), a Résif partner, are also integrated into the Résif datasets and available online.

The data is repatriated to two data centres. After a standard quality control process, the data are made available to the public via an FTP server and  mirror server

The data are provided in the standard Rinex 2 exchange format and all contain at least observations of the GPS and Glonass constellations while some of the stations the Galileo observations are provided.

All daily data recorded since the creation of the RGP in 1997, as well as hourly data, are available online.

The IGN also makes available online:

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RGP data

Regina Network Data

Regina provides data in the RINEX format in delayed time (TD) and NTRIP format data in real time (TR).

Restrictions on access to TR data: access to the flows is subject to conditions. Requests should be sent to the CNES via an online form.

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GPSMob data

Data from the national mobile GPS network are archived and freely accessible to the scientific community and the public on the GPSmob web portal. Data can be in restricted access upon request of the campaign leader for up to 10 years. GPSMob data are managed via a database currently containing nearly 500 campaigns carried out over the last 30 years on all continents.