Welcome to the IGS-IP-China Ntrip Broadcaster

Protocol: NTRIP 1.0
This server is ntrip.gnsslab.cn, running on Port 2101 and 8080, operated by GNSS Research Center, Wuhan University in support of the Real-Time IGS (RTIGS) Pilot Project.

Details about GNSS data streams on the IGS-IP-China Ntrip Broadcaster are available as

  • Distribution Map
  • Stream Table
  • Notice Advisories to Broadcaster Users NABU
  • List of Contributors and Applications.
  • To receive GNSS streams via NTRIP in real-time you may use an Ntrip Client program. They are designed to run on a PC/Laptop, PDA, or cell phone. Ntrip Clients emit HTTP stream requests and transfer received GNSS data to a serial or IP port to feed your application. An Ntrip Client may also come as part of your GNSS receivers's firmware.

    Most streams on the IGS-IP-China Ntrip Broadcaster are protected. Following the IGS Open Data Policy, authorization for stream access is provided on request for all purposes as far as dissemination resources allow. Feel free to Apply for an Account.

    For more information visit

  • RTIGS for the Real-Time IGS Pilot Project
  • NTRIP for the real-time GNSS stream dissemination technique
  • rtcm-ntrip.org for other Ntrip Broadcaster implementations

  • or Contact Dr. LiMin, GNSS Research Center.

    The GNSS Research Center at Wuhan University is responsible for operating the IGS-IP-China Broadcaster. It disclaims any liability or responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused, or alleged to be caused, directly or indirectly by the use and application of its real-time GNSS Ntrip services.