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The BKG Ntrip Client (BNC) is an Open Source multi-stream client program designed for a variety of real-time GNSS applications.
It was primarily designed for receiving data streams from any Ntrip supporting Broadcaster. The program handles the HTTP communication and transfers received GNSS data to a serial or IP port feeding networking software or a DGPS/RTK application. It can compute a real-time Precise Point Positioning (PPP) solution from RTCM streams or RINEX files. During the last years BNC has been enriched with RINEX quality and editing functions. You can run BNC with GUI as well as in batch processing mode.

BNC kinematic with Google Maps
BNC on Windows system for kinematic real-time Precise Point Positioning with Google Maps.
BNC kinematic with Google Maps
BNC for static real-time Precise Point Positioning (PPP) with Google Maps e.g. for early warning of natural hazards.

BNC executables and sources
Name, Description Operating System Executable Authors Vers.
BKG Ntrip Client (BNC), Decoder, Converter and Monitor reading RTCM 2.x and RTCM 3.x formats, supporting Real-time PPP, High-rate RINEX Data Centers, Real-time GNSS Engines and Real-time Combination Centers

Source Code C++, GPL v2.13.1 Leos Mervart (Czech Technical University, Prague)
Georg Weber (BKG)
Andrea Stürze (BKG)
Dirk Stöcker (Alberding GmbH)
openSUSE v2.13.1 suse15 shared*
Debian (Ubuntu, Mint) v2.13.1 Debian12 shared
Raspberry Pi OS (Debian 12 bookworm) v2.13.1 Raspi shared
RedHat, CentOS, Rocky Linux v2.13.1-el8 shared
macOS DMG v2.13.1
Windows MSI v2.13.1

*shared means that Qt5 needs to be installed on your system. All Linux binaries have been compiled with these Dockerfiles.
See also here for all BNC downloads, including checksum files.
For suggestions or bugs please open a ticket at software.rtcm-ntrip.org/wiki.