AUSCORS NTRIP Broadcaster
Geoscience Australia (GA) provides 1 Hz data streaming from our Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) stations throughout Australia, Antarctica and the Pacific. The data is distributed via the AUSCORS Ntrip Broadcaster. Access to the data is free, however a username and password is required. The real-time data is made available through an RTCM standard transmitted over the Internet using the NTRIP (Network Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol).
To connect you will need:
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The available data streams are listed in the sourcetable. All mountpoints contain the station 4-character identifier followed by a number which indicates the type of data format.
In addition to the data streams, satellite orbit and clock correction streams are rebroadcast from the Products IGS-IP Ntrip Caster. Details on these streams can be found at the IGS Real-time Service.
Expected Performance, Maintenance and Support
Given the large geographical spread of stations, a variety of different wired, wireless, and satellite communication methods are used. For most data streams the mean latency is below 2 seconds, however some streams may experience periods of increased latency or extended outages. Station outages, configuration changes and other relevant information are communicated via the AUSCORS mailing list.
Mean latency, data completeness and station status are monitored by GA and reported every 15 minutes via our status of streaming stations webpage.
Australian Regional GNSS Network (ARGN) and South Pacific Regional GNSS Network (SPRGN)
These GNSS networks are owned and operated by GA and the Pacific Island Nations. The were established primarily for scientific research, in particular the monitoring of crustal deformation and tectonic motion of the Australia continent. Real-time data is an additonal benefit of these networks and is operated on a "best efforts" basis. Support for these networks is available between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.
Auscope GNSS Network
The Auscope GNSS Network was established under the National Collaboration Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) to characterise the structure and evolution of the Australian continent. The GNSS network was constructed with assistance from the:
GA has arrangements with each of the mentioned agencies to stream a selection of stations through the AUSCORS Ntrip Broadcaster. A number of these stations are not available for public streaming. These stations are operated on a "best efforts" basis and GA has limited control over outages or maintenance.