gnssrefl.gnssir_v2 module

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.apply_refraction_corr(lsp, ele, p, T)
Parameters:
  • lsp (dictionary) – info from make_json_input such as station lat and lon

  • ele (numpy array of floats) – elevation angles (deg)

  • p (float) – pressure

  • T (float) – temperature (C)

Returns:

ele – elevation angle (deg)

Return type:

numpy array of floats

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.check_azim_compliance(initA, azlist)

Check to see if your arc is in one of the requested regions

Parameters:
  • initA (float) – azimuth of selected arc (deg)

  • azlist (list of floats) – list of acceptable azimuth regions

Returns:

keeparc – whether the arc is in a selected azimuth range

Return type:

bool

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.find_mgnss_satlist(f, year, doy)

find satellite list for a given frequency and date

Parameters:
  • f (integer) – frequency

  • snrExist (numpy array, bool) – tells you if a signal is (potentially) legal

  • year (int) – full year

  • doy (int) – day of year

Returns:

satlist – satellites to use

Return type:

numpy list of integers

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.gnssir_guts_v2(station, year, doy, snr_type, extension, lsp)

Computes lomb scargle periodograms for a given station, year, day of year etc.

Arcs are determined differently than in the first version of the code, which was quadrant based. This identifies arcs and applies azimuth constraints after the fact.

2023-aug-02 trying to fix the issue with azimuth print out being different than azimuth at lowest elevation angle

Parameters:
  • station (string) – 4 character station name

  • year (integer) – full year

  • doy (integer) – day of year

  • snr_type (integer) – snr file type

  • extension (string) – optional subdirectory to save results

  • lsp (dictionary) –

    e1float

    min elev angle, deg

    e2float

    max elev angle, deg

    freqs: list of floats

    list of frequencies to use

    minHfloat

    min reflector height, m

    maxHfloat

    max reflector height, m

    NReglist of floats

    noise region for RH peak2noise , meters

    azval2list of floats

    new pairs of azimuth regions, i.e. [0 180 270 360]

    delTmaxfloat

    max allowed arc length in minutes

    pele: list of floats

    min and max elev angle in DC removal

    PkNoisefloat

    peak to noise value for QC

    edifffloat

    elev angle difference for arc length, QC

    reqAmpfloat

    required periodogram amplitude for QC

    ellist: list of floats

    added 23jun16, allow multiple elevation angle regions

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.local_update_plot(x, y, px, pz, ax1, ax2, failure)

updates optional result plot for SNR data and Lomb Scargle periodograms

Parameters:
  • x (numpy array) – elevation angle (deg)

  • y (numpy array) – SNR (volt/volt)

  • px (numpy array) – reflector height (m)

  • pz (numpy array) – spectral amplitude (volt/volt)

  • ax1 (matplotlib figure control) – top plot

  • ax2 (matplotlib figure control) – bottom plot

  • failure (boolean) – whether periodogram fails QC

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.make_parallel_proc_lists(year, doy1, doy2, nproc)

make lists of dates for parallel processing to spawn multiple jobs

Parameters:
  • year (int) – year of processing

  • doy1 (int) – start day of year

  • 2 (doy) – end day of year

Returns:

  • datelist (dict) – list of dates formatted as year doy1 doy2

  • numproc (int) – number of datelists, thus number of processes to be used

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.make_parallel_proc_lists_mjd(year, doy, year_end, doy_end, nproc)

make lists of dates for parallel processing to spawn multiple jobs

Parameters:
  • year (int) – year processing begins

  • doy (int) – start day of year

  • year_end (int) – year end of processing

  • doy_end (int) – end day of year

  • nproc (int) – requested number of processes to spawn

Returns:

  • datelist (dict) – list of MJD

  • numproc (int) – number of datelists, thus number of processes to be used

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.new_rise_set(elv, azm, dates, e1, e2, ediff, sat, screenstats)

This provides a list of rising and setting arcs for a given satellite in a SNR file based on using changes in elevation angle

Parameters:
  • elv (numpy array of floats) – elevation angles from SNR file

  • azm (numpy array of floats) – azimuth angles from SNR file

  • dates (numpy array of floats) – seconds of the day from SNR file

  • e1 (float) – min eval

  • e2 (float) – max eval

  • ediff (float) – el angle difference QC

  • sat (int) – satellite number

Returns:

tv – beginning and ending indices of the arc satellite number, arc number

Return type:

numpy array

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.new_rise_set_again(elv, azm, dates, e1, e2, ediff, sat, screenstats)

This provides a list of rising and setting arcs for a given satellite in a SNR file based on using changes in elevation angle

Parameters:
  • elv (numpy array of floats) – elevation angles from SNR file

  • azm (numpy array of floats) – azimuth angles from SNR file

  • dates (numpy array of floats) – seconds of the day from SNR file

  • e1 (float) – min elevation angle (deg)

  • e2 (float) – max elevation angle (deg)

  • ediff (float) – el angle difference required, deg, QC

  • sat (int) – satellite number

  • screenstats (bool) – whether you want info printed to the screen

Returns:

tv – beginning and ending indices of the arc satellite number, arc number, elev min, elev max

Return type:

numpy array

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.onesat_freq_check(satlist, f)

for a given satellite name - tries to determine if you have a compatible frequency

Parameters:
  • satlist (list) – integer

  • f (integer) – frequency

Returns:

satlist – integer

Return type:

list

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.plot2screen(station, f, ax1, ax2, pltname)

Add axis information and Send the plot to the screen. https://www.semicolonworld.com/question/57658/matplotlib-adding-an-axes-using-the-same-arguments-as-a-previous-axes

Parameters:

station (string) – 4 character station ID

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.read_json_file(station, extension, **kwargs)

picks up json instructions for calculation of lomb scargle periodogram

Parameters:
  • station (str) – 4 character station name

  • extension (str) – experimental subdirectory - default is ‘’

Returns:

lsp

Return type:

dictionary

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.read_snr(obsfile)

Simple function to load the contents of a SNR file into a numpy array

Parameters:

obsfile (str) – name of the snrfile

Returns:

  • allGood (int) – 1, file was successfully loaded, 0 if not. apparently this variable was defined when I did not know about booleans….

  • f (numpy array) – contents of the SNR file

  • r (int) – number of rows in SNR file

  • c (int) – number of columns in SNR file

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.rewrite_azel(azval2)

Trying to allow regions that cross zero degrees azimuth

Parameters:

azval2 (list of floats) – input azimuth regions

Returns:

azelout – azimuth regions without negative numbers …

Return type:

list of floats

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.set_refraction_params(station, dmjd, lsp)

set values used in refraction correction

Parameters:
  • station (string) – 4 character station name

  • dmjd (float) – modified julian date

  • lsp (dictionary with information about the station) –

    latfloat

    latitude, deg

    lonfloat

    longitude, deg

    htfloat

    height, ellipsoidal

Returns:

  • p (float) – pressure, hPa

  • T (float) – temperature, Celsius

  • irefr (int) – refraction model number I believe, which is also sent, so not needed

  • e (float) – water vapor pressure, hPa

gnssrefl.gnssir_v2.window_new(snrD, f, satNu, ncols, pele, pfitV, e1, e2, azlist, screenstats)

retrieves SNR arcs for a given satellite. returns elevation angle and detrended linear SNR

2023-aug02 updated to improve azimuth calculation reported

Parameters:
  • snrD (numpy array (multiD)) – contents of the snr file, i.e. 0 column is satellite numbers, 1 column elevation angle …

  • f (int) – frequency you want

  • satNu (int) – requested satellite number

  • ncols (int) – how many columns does the SNR file have

  • pele (list of floats) – elevation angles for polynomial fit

  • pfitV (float) – polynomial order

  • e1 (float) – requested min elev angle (deg)

  • e2 (float) – requested max elev angle (deg)

  • azlist (list of floats (deg)) – non-continguous azimuth regions, corrected for negative regions

  • screenstats (bool) – whether you want debugging information

Returns:

  • x (numpy array of floats) – elevation angle, degrees

  • y (numpy array of floats) – linear SNR with DC removed

  • Nvv (int) – number of points in x/y array

  • cf (float) – scale factor for requested frequency (used in LSP)

  • meanTime (float) – UTC hour of the day (GPS time)

  • avgAzim (float) – average azimuth of the arc (deg) ### this will not be entirely consistent with other metric

  • outFact1 (float) – kept for backwards compatibility. set to zero

  • outFact2 (float) – edot factor used in RH dot correction

  • delT (float) – arc length in minutes