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Switch Gregorian date to GNSS calendar (GPS & BDS).

Project description

This module contains functions for converting between Gregorian date, day of year and GNSS calendar, now support GNSS calendar for GPS and BDS.

There are 3 functions for converting between Gregorian date and day of year (doy):

date2doy(date)
date2yrdoy(date)
yrdoy2date(year, doy)

Using them like:

>>> from datetime import date

>>> date2doy(date(2017, 5, 17))
137

>>> date2yrdoy(date(2017, 5, 17))
(2017, 137)

>>> yrdoy2date(2017, 137)
datetime.date(2017, 5, 17)

There are 4 functions for converting between Gregorian date and GNSS calendars (GPS or BDS):

date2gpswd(date)
date2bdswd(date)
gpswd2date(gpsweek, dayofweek)
bdswd2date(bdsweek, dayofweek)

Using them like:

>>> from datetime import date

>>> date2gpswd(date(2017, 5, 17))
(1949, 3)

>>> date2bdswd(date(2017, 5, 17))
(593, 3)

>>> gpswd2date(1949, 3)
datetime.date(2017, 5, 17)

>>> bdswd2date(593, 3)
datetime.date(2017, 5, 17)

There are 4 functions for converting between year, day of year (doy) and GNSS calendars (GPS or BDS):

yrdoy2gpswd(year, doy)
yrdoy2bdswd(year, doy)
gpswd2yrdoy(gpsweek, dayofweek)
bdswd2yrdoy(bdsweek, dayofweek)

Using them like:

>>> yrdoy2gpswd(2017, 137)
(1949, 3)

>>> yrdoy2bdswd(2017, 137)
(593, 3)

>>> gpswd2yrdoy(1949, 3)
(2017, 137)

>>> bdswd2yrdoy(593, 3)
(2017, 137)

There are also 2 functions for converting between GPS calendar and BDS calendar:

gpsw2bdsw(gpsweek)
bdsw2gpsw(bdsweek)

Using them like:

>>> gpsw2bdsw(1949)
593

>>> bdsw2gpsw(593)
1949

Where the type of date is datetime.date and others are int or tuple of int.

Zero point of GPS and BDS are also given as module level constains in Gregorian date.

Examples

import gnsscal
from datetime import date

# Convert Gregorian date to GPS calendar
today = date.today()
gpsweek, days = gnsscal.date2gpswd(today)

# Convert GPS week to BDS week
gpsweek = 1812
bdsweek = gnsscal.gpsw2bdsw(gpsweek)

# Get zero point of GPS and BDS calendar
gps_zero = gnsscal.GPS_START_DATE
bds_zero = gnsscal.BDS_START_DATE

CLI mode

You can also using gnsscal in CLI mode:

$ python -m gnsscal [options]

Set input date using the optional arguments:

-h, --help                          show this help message and exit
-v, --version                       show program's version number and exit
-date <year> <month> <day>          year, month, day
-ydoy <year> <doy>                  year, day of year
-gpswd <GPS week> <day of week>     GPS week, day of week
-bdswd <BDS week> <day of week>     BDS week, day of week

Example, typing this command in terminal:

$ python -m gnsscal -date 2017 5 17

Then it will print:

Gregorian date: 2017-05-17
year, doy: 2017, 137
GPS week: 1949, 3
BDS week: 0593, 3

Installation

The module can be installed using pip:

$ pip install gnsscal

Test

Test gnsscal.py using command:

$ python test_gnsscal.py

License

Released under BSD, see LICENSE for more details.

For comments and suggestions, please send email to: jiangyingming(at)live.com

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