Early/Obsolete code for Location Service (LCS / SMLC / RRLP)
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osmocom-lcs/gps.c

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/*
* gps.c
*
* A few utility functions to deal with low level GPS data
*
*
* Copyright (C) 2009 Sylvain Munaut <tnt@246tNt.com>
*
* This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
#include <stdio.h>
#include "gps.h"
#define GET_FIELD_U(w, nb, pos) (((w) >> (pos)) & ((1<<(nb))-1))
#define GET_FIELD_S(w, nb, pos) (((int)((w) << (32-(nb)-(pos)))) >> (32-(nb)))
/*
* Unpacks GPS Subframe 1,2,3 payloads (3 * 8 words)
*
* Note: eph->sv_id is not filled here since not present in those subframes
*
* (no parity bit checking is done, only the lower 24 bits of each word
* are used)
*/
int
gps_unpack_sf123(uint32_t *sf, struct gps_ephemeris_sv *eph)
{
uint32_t *sf1 = &sf[0];
uint32_t *sf2 = &sf[8];
uint32_t *sf3 = &sf[16];
int iode1, iode2;
eph->week_no = GET_FIELD_U(sf1[0], 10, 14);
eph->code_on_l2 = GET_FIELD_U(sf1[0], 2, 12);
eph->sv_ura = GET_FIELD_U(sf1[0], 4, 8);
eph->sv_health = GET_FIELD_U(sf1[0], 6, 2);
eph->l2_p_flag = GET_FIELD_U(sf1[1], 1, 23);
eph->t_gd = GET_FIELD_S(sf1[4], 8, 0);
eph->iodc = (GET_FIELD_U(sf1[0], 2, 0) << 8) | \
GET_FIELD_U(sf1[5], 8, 16);
eph->t_oc = GET_FIELD_U(sf1[5], 16, 0);
eph->a_f2 = GET_FIELD_S(sf1[6], 8, 16);
eph->a_f1 = GET_FIELD_S(sf1[6], 16, 0);
eph->a_f0 = GET_FIELD_S(sf1[7], 22, 2);
iode1 = GET_FIELD_U(sf2[0], 8, 16);
eph->c_rs = GET_FIELD_S(sf2[0], 16, 0);
eph->delta_n = GET_FIELD_S(sf2[1], 16, 8);
eph->m_0 = (GET_FIELD_S(sf2[1], 8, 0) << 24) | \
GET_FIELD_U(sf2[2], 24, 0);
eph->c_uc = GET_FIELD_S(sf2[3], 16, 8);
eph->e = (GET_FIELD_U(sf2[3], 8, 0) << 24) | \
GET_FIELD_U(sf2[4], 24, 0);
eph->c_us = GET_FIELD_S(sf2[5], 16, 8);
eph->a_powhalf = (GET_FIELD_U(sf2[5], 8, 0) << 24) | \
GET_FIELD_U(sf2[6], 24, 0);
eph->t_oe = GET_FIELD_U(sf2[7], 16, 8);
eph->fit_flag = GET_FIELD_U(sf2[7], 1, 7);
eph->c_ic = GET_FIELD_S(sf3[0], 16, 8);
eph->omega_0 = (GET_FIELD_S(sf3[0], 8, 0) << 24) | \
GET_FIELD_U(sf3[1], 24, 0);
eph->c_is = GET_FIELD_S(sf3[2], 16, 8);
eph->i_0 = (GET_FIELD_S(sf3[2], 8, 0) << 24) | \
GET_FIELD_U(sf3[3], 24, 0);
eph->c_rc = GET_FIELD_S(sf3[4], 16, 8);
eph->w = (GET_FIELD_S(sf3[4], 8, 0) << 24) | \
GET_FIELD_U(sf3[5], 24, 0);
eph->omega_dot = GET_FIELD_S(sf3[6], 24, 0);
iode2 = GET_FIELD_U(sf3[7], 8, 16);
eph->idot = GET_FIELD_S(sf3[7], 14, 2);
eph->_rsvd1 = GET_FIELD_U(sf1[1], 23, 0);
eph->_rsvd2 = GET_FIELD_U(sf1[2], 24, 0);
eph->_rsvd3 = GET_FIELD_U(sf1[3], 24, 0);
eph->_rsvd4 = GET_FIELD_U(sf1[4], 16, 8);
eph->aodo = GET_FIELD_U(sf2[7], 5, 2);
/* Check & cross-validate iodc[7:0], iode1, iode2 */
if ((iode1 != iode2) || (iode1 != (eph->iodc & 0xff))) {
fprintf(stderr, "gps_unpack_sf123 failed\n");
return -1;
}
return 0;
}
/*
* Unpacks GPS Subframe 4 or 5 Almanac pages payload (8 words)
*
* (no parity bit checking is done, only the lower 24 bits of each word
* are used)
*/
int
gps_unpack_sf45_almanac(uint32_t *sf, struct gps_almanac_sv *alm)
{
/* this is the page ID but not the satellite ID, its wrong in subframe 5 */
alm->sv_id = GET_FIELD_U(sf[0], 6, 16);
alm->e = GET_FIELD_U(sf[0], 16, 0);
alm->t_oa = GET_FIELD_U(sf[1], 8, 16);
alm->ksii = GET_FIELD_S(sf[1], 16, 0);
alm->omega_dot = GET_FIELD_S(sf[2], 16, 8);
alm->sv_health = GET_FIELD_U(sf[2], 8, 0);
alm->a_powhalf = GET_FIELD_U(sf[3], 24, 0);
alm->omega_0 = GET_FIELD_S(sf[4], 24, 0);
alm->w = GET_FIELD_S(sf[5], 24, 0);
alm->m_0 = GET_FIELD_S(sf[6], 24, 0);
alm->a_f0 = (GET_FIELD_S(sf[7], 8, 16) << 3) | \
GET_FIELD_U(sf[7], 3, 2);
alm->a_f1 = GET_FIELD_S(sf[7], 11, 5);
return 0;
}