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# Architecture of RTK Network

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As concerns the use of RTCM observation correction data in GNSS positioning services, the coordinates are resulting within the ITRF or in a regional ITRF-realization (e.g. ETRF89 in Europe) as geocentric (x,y,z) or ellipsoidal (ϕ,λ ,h) coordinates. The users of GNSS services must however normally present their results in the coordinates of regional...

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