A mount point is a place where data is transmitted from the base station to the rovers. Each mount point belongs to one of the casters.


The name of the mount point.

The mount point name is a unique identifier. It can be regarded as an email address.


Base station credentials.

Each mount point has a user and password fields. These fields need to authenticate incoming base station connection. User field is optional if base station use NTRIP version 1.


Description of the mount point.

The mount point description contains information about the mount point that will be displayed in the source table. All fields are optional, their filling does not change the information sent to rovers.

Field
Meaning
Example
City/Identifier
Name of nearest city or place
London
Format
Data format RTCM, RAW
RTCM 3.2
CMR
BINEX
Format details
RTCM message types or RAW data format etc., update periods in parenthesis in seconds
1006(15),1008(15),1012(1)
Carrier
Data stream contains carrier phase information
No (e.g. for DGPS)
Yes, L1 (e.g. for RTK)
Yes, L1&L2 (e.g. for RTK)
Nav system
Navigation systems
GPS
GPS+GLONASS
Network
Network name
EUREF
TOPNET
Country
Country name
Cyprus
Latitude
Approximate position latitude

40.12
-12.14
Longitude
Approximate position longitude
10.12
357.85
NMEA
Necessity for Client to send NMEA message with approximate position to Caster.
No
Solution

Stream generated from single reference station or from networked reference station
Single base
Network
Generator
Hard- or software generating data stream
JPS Legacy E
GPSNet
Compr-encryp
Compression/Encryption algorithm applied
None
Authentication
Access protection for this particular data stream
None
Basic
Digest
Fee
User fee for receiving this particular data stream
No user fee
Usage is charged
Bitrate
Bit rate of data stream, bits per second
500
5000
Misc
Miscellaneous information, last data field in record
none
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