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[Q] How to download almanac, ephemeris, ionosphere, UTC and health page from a SUPL?

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By titan_tase, Junior Member on 28th June 2011, 02:16 PM
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Is anyone familiar with how I can download the AGPS data(almanac, ephemeris, ionospheric model, UTC and satellite health page) for a SUPL(Secure User Plane Location) server such a supl.google.com(port 7276) or supl.nokia.com (or any other mobile supl server) using a normal windows desktop?

I've read all the threads related to gps(ephemeris, almanac) from here but none helped me to find a way to get all the AGPS data(not only the almanac or ephemeris) in some file that I can open and read(decode) and use it to hot start another gps device.

I'm interested both in either a desktop windows method or a android method to get this data and save it in some file that i can then open in an editor. From the google android groups I could only find that HTC based devices contain such SUPL clients embedded in the radio firmware.

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Is anyone familiar with how I can download the AGPS data(almanac, ephemeris, ionospheric model, UTC and satellite health page) for a SUPL(Secure User Plane Location) server such a supl.google.com(port 7276) or supl.nokia.com (or any other mobile supl server) using a normal windows desktop?

I've read all the threads related to gps(ephemeris, almanac) from here but none helped me to find a way to get all the AGPS data(not only the almanac or ephemeris) in some file that I can open and read(decode) and use it to hot start another gps device.

I'm interested both in either a desktop windows method or a android method to get this data and save it in some file that i can then open in an editor. From the google android groups I could only find that HTC based devices contain such SUPL clients embedded in the radio firmware.

Thanks

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