GNSSMeasurementOptions Object

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The GNSSMeasurementOptions object is a container for accessing all options related to the GNSSObservation for a GNSS constellation. This object is not creatable in script, but is always created as a child object of the GNSSObservationMeasurements object as seen in the example below:


Spacecraft1.GNSSReceivers[0].OD.GPS.Pseudoranges[0].Noise = 0.1;


Users cannot create instances of this type of object. However, users can access instances of this object type that have been created indirectly, for example as children of other objects. Users can also access any static properties and methods on this object type.


Inheritance Hierarchy: Object->GNSSMeasurementOptions

Parent Object: GNSSObservationMeasurements


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Timing Precision Mode

This page describes functionality in millisecond timing precision mode. Millisecond timing precision mode is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. We recommend that you migrate your Mission Plans to nanosecond timing precision mode.

Click here to see the documentation for this object in nanosecond timing precision mode.