The heatmap shows which areas are well covered to receive GNSS correction data.
The explorer is a tool to discover the coverage of onocoy's GNSS corrections. It is very useful for miners and clients equally.
Open the explorer and you will find a map of the earth with a heatmap on where to find coverage. Zoom in and out to inspect your different areas of interest.
If you zoom in enough, you can click on a specific miner. You will see more detailed information about the station.
  • Mountpoint: unique name of the station. It consists of the following name parts:
Mountpoint name explanation
  • Location: An approximate location of the station that has been validated. The format is in latitude, longitude. A flag indicates the country of the station.
  • Rewards earned: Total number of rewards for this station since setup. Only applicable if the station owner has registered it on the stream.
  • Created at: First timestamp of the station being online.
  • Validation: Status of the validation procedure. If the station has a checkmark, it means it passed the Data Validation process.
  • Up since: Time the station has continuously been online without interruption.
On the bottom of the page, choose a graph from the following:
  • Satellites: Total number of satellites tracked on average for the given timeframe.
  • Signals: Total number of signals provided. Find more information about GNSS signals in the signals section of What is GNSS?.
  • Quality scale: Percentage of the station's reward based on the signals, their quality and on the location of the station.
  • Rewards: Estimated rewards earned per day.
Click on the 3 bars on the left to choose a chart.
Select the tab Signals to see which satellite constellations and frequencies the station is tracking.
Example for a station with a high number of signals
Example for a station with a low number of signals
  • Constellations: Provided GNSS constellations. Check out the codes for the different constellations in the panel What is GNSS?.
  • Frequencies: If a frequency is tracked by the receiver, it is marked with a filled circle. For more info on signals, check out the signal section in the panel What is GNSS?.