Getting pseudoranges data from GPS receiver Ublox

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    Hello everyone,

    I am new in the world of gps-forum.com, but I have a question.

    I am trying to build my own GPS tracker which would be putting down data about pseudoranges and times from satelites. I have read a lot about NMEA sentences, but if I am right, I can not get these data from these senteces. Could zou please help me to understand things about it and try to say me a way how to achieve my goal? It is really important for me because it is to my master tesis. I wanted to use Ublox Neo-6P for my experiment.

    Thank you very much.
     
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    I know but I didnt find anything about getting pseudoranges or distances x, y, z to each satellite. I know that there is a lot of threads about Ublox units.
     
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    Also, Is it possible to get this data via UBX procol or NMEA? Please, answer here, I cant find it.
     
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