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Bernese Gps Software Version 5.0 Download


Bernese GPS Software Version 5.0 Download




The Bernese GPS Software is a scientific, high-precision, multi-GNSS data processing software developed at the Astronomical Institute of the University of Bern (AIUB). It is used by many institutions around the world for various applications, such as geodesy, geodynamics, and satellite orbit determination. The software is in a permanent process of development and improvement, and the latest version is 5.4, released in October 2022.


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However, some users may still need to download the previous version 5.0, which was released in December 2008. This version supports GPS and GLONASS data processing, and includes features such as:



  • Improved orbit modeling with empirical accelerations and solar radiation pressure



  • Improved troposphere modeling with VMF1 mapping function and ray-traced delays



  • Improved antenna phase center corrections with ANTEX format



  • Improved ambiguity resolution with LAMBDA method and wide-lane combinations



  • Improved coordinate transformation with ITRF2005 and ITRF2008 realizations



  • Improved quality control with outlier detection and variance component estimation




To download the Bernese GPS Software Version 5.0, users need to fill out an order form and send it to the AIUB by email or fax. The order form can be found on the [order page] of the software website. Users also need to agree to the terms and conditions of the software license agreement, which can be found on the [license page] of the software website.


After receiving the order form and the license agreement, the AIUB will send a confirmation email to the user with a link to download the software. The software is distributed as a compressed archive file, which can be extracted to any directory on the user's computer. The user also needs to download the installation manual, which provides detailed instructions on how to install and run the software on different platforms. The installation manual can be found on the [download page] of the software website.


The Bernese GPS Software Version 5.0 requires a license key to run. The license key is generated by the AIUB based on the user's name and email address, and is sent to the user by email after downloading the software. The user needs to copy the license key file to the directory where the software is installed, and enter it when prompted by the software.


The Bernese GPS Software Version 5.0 also requires some external files to run, such as satellite orbit files, earth rotation parameter files, antenna correction files, etc. These files can be downloaded from various sources, such as the [AIUB FTP server], the [IGS data center], or other online repositories. The user needs to copy these files to the appropriate directories under the software installation directory, and specify their names and locations in the configuration files of the software.


The Bernese GPS Software Version 5.0 is ready to use after completing these steps. The user can follow the examples provided in the installation manual or in the [documentation page] of the software website to learn how to use the software for different tasks. The user can also consult the [support page] of the software website for information on bug fixes, updates, technical support, training courses, frequently asked questions, etc.


The Bernese GPS Software Version 5.0 is a powerful and versatile tool for GNSS data processing, but it is not the latest version available. Users are encouraged to update their software to Version 5.4, which supports more GNSS systems (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS), more orbit models (CODE MGEX), more reference frames (IGS20), more file formats (RINEX 3), etc. Users can find more information on how to update their software on the [order page] of the software website.


The Bernese GPS Software is developed and maintained by a team of researchers at the AIUB, who are also involved in various international activities related to GNSS data processing, such as CODE (Center for Orbit Determination in Europe), IGS (International GNSS Service), EUREF (European Reference Frame), etc. Users are kindly asked to refer the use of the software by citing the following publication:


Dach, R., S. Lutz, P. Walser, P. Fridez (Eds); 2015: Bernese GNSS Software Version 5.2. User manual, Astronomical Institute, University of Bern, Bern Open Publishing. DOI: 10.7892/boris.72297; ISBN: 978-3-906813-05-9.


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