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Colucci Giuseppe 02-May-2013 10:13
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Jake Griffiths - NOAA Federal 01-May-2013 17:22
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Jake Griffiths - NOAA Federal 30-Apr-2013 20:48
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Tomasz Liwosz 30-Apr-2013 17:37
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Tomasz Liwosz 12-Nov-2003 15:40
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Subject : [IGSSTATION-5397] R: Re: JOZ2, JOZE: health bits corrected (31263)
FROM . Colucci Giuseppe - giuseppe.colucci@e-geos.it
Date : 02-May-2013 10:13 -
To : igsstation@igscb.jpl.nasa.gov
Stations : JOZ2, JOZE
Speaking of Leica receiver, does this mean that the Leica is not tracking unhealthy satellites anymore ?


Many thanks for your support,
Pino Colucci



-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: igsstation-bounces at igscb.jpl.nasa.gov [mailto:igsstation-bounces at igscb.jpl.nasa.gov] Per conto di Jake Griffiths - NOAA Federal
Inviato: marted? 30 aprile 2013 20.49
A: igsstation at igscb.jpl.nasa.gov
Oggetto: [IGSSTATION-5395] Re: JOZ2, JOZE: health bits corrected

Dear Colleagues,

At my request, Tomasz has kindly provided the following information about how
the issue was resolved on these two receivers:

> In the case of JOZE (Trimble 4000SSI) receiver, the latest version of teqc (15
> Mar 2013) solved the problem.
>
> This issue is also confirmed by one of the corrections made for this release:
>
> "- a correction for extracting the GPS health bits from Trimble .dat/.tgd
> records 21 and 28 and Trimble stream records 0x55-1 and 0x55-9"
>
> In case of JOZ2 (Leica GRX1200GGPRO) receiver, the problem was probably
> caused by the receiver's setting: 'satellite health' which was unfortunately
> set to 'OK' for all GPS satellites (meaning 'all healthy'). In short: I
> changed this option to 'Automatic' and deleted the existing almanac from the
> receiver. More specifically: I stopped the receiver and used the Leica's Web
> Interface to correct the receiver settings, i.e.:
> 1. I deleted existing almanac from the receiver (button "Initialize (INIT)
> Ephemeris and almanac" on the "Configuration/Tracking" page)
> 2. I changed the 'satellite health' receiver setting to 'Automatic' for
> GPS satellites (also "Configuration/Tracking" page, tab "GPS")
> 3. I rebooted the receiver (just in case) and started it.
>
> This procedure helped in case of our Leica receiver.
>
> With best regards,
> Tomasz

Thanks very much to Tomasz for these efforts.

fyi,
jake

On 4/30/2013 11:37 AM, Tomasz Liwosz wrote:
> Dear Colleages,
>
> the issue concerning incorrect health bits for a GPS satellite PRN30/SVN35
> (IGSSTATION Mail no. 5385) has been resolved for JOZ2 and JOZE stations; GPS
> navigational RINEX files are now reporting this satellite as 'unhealthy'.
>
> Correct daily and hourly files from JOZE (Trimble 4000SSI, 7.29) available since
> 118/2013.
> Correct hourly files from JOZ2 (Leica GRX1200GGPRO, 8.20/3.019) available since
> 119/2013. Daily file for 119/2013 still contains one bad record; correct daily
> files expected from 120/2013 on.
>
> We apologize for the inconvenience this caused.
>
> With kind regards,
> Tomasz Liwosz
>
>
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From stoeger at fs.wettzell.de Thu May 2 05:35:00 2013
From: stoeger at fs.wettzell.de (=?ISO-8859-15?Q?Rudolf_St=F6ger?=)
Date: Thu, 02 May 2013 14:35:00 +0200
Subject: [IGSSTATION-5398] ORID Submission of the missing data files DOY 117
and 118
Message-ID: <51825D74.3050102@fs.wettzell.de>

Author: Rudi Stoeger

We already put the missing data files DOY 117 and 118
from the ORID GNSS Permanent Tracking Station to
the IGS Data Centre in the BKG Frankfurt.

With best regards
Rudi


From david.a.stowers at jpl.nasa.gov Thu May 2 07:08:14 2013
From: david.a.stowers at jpl.nasa.gov (Stowers, David A (3350))
Date: Thu, 2 May 2013 14:08:14 +0000
Subject: [IGSSTATION-5399] USN3 and AMC2 (data outage)
Message-ID: <75563997-B929-4271-86E0-BC4F806A291A@jpl.nasa.gov>

Author: Dave Stowers

Please be advised that RINEX data from IGS sites USN3 and AMC2 is expected to be
unavailable until at least Monday of next week (May 6, 2013). A networking issue has
been identified, but will continue to prevent data file retrieval until it is resolved. Data
retrieved following the network issue resolution will be back posted.

Apologies for the inconvenience and best regards,

-dave

David Stowers, Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech
Product Delivery Manager, Global Observing System - GNSS
Tracking Systems and Applications Section - 3350
4800 Oak Grove Drive, M/S 238-600, Pasadena, CA, USA
Tel. +1 818-354-7055, fax +1 818-393-4965, E-mail dstowers at jpl.nasa.gov




From stoeger at fs.wettzell.de Fri May 3 05:56:08 2013
From: stoeger at fs.wettzell.de (=?windows-1252?Q?Rudolf_St=F6ger?=)
Date: Fri, 03 May 2013 14:56:08 +0200
Subject: [IGSSTATION-5400] REYK Replacement of the TPS E_GGD with a LEICA
GR25 and of the TPSCR.G3 with a LEIAR25.R4
Message-ID: <5183B3E8.9090103@fs.wettzell.de>

Author: Rudi Stoeger

Ladies and Gentlemen

My colleagues replaced the
TPS E_GGD, Serial Number AGPD1MYIK1S
with a LEICA GR25, Serial Number 1830201,
and the TPSCR.G3 Antenna, Serial Number 383-0142,
TPSH Radome
with a LEIAR25.R4 Antenna, Serial Number 725281,
LEIT Radome
in the REYK GNSS Permanent Tracking Station Reykjavik,
Iceland, 2013-05-02T13:00Z.

With best regards
Rudi




From stoeger at fs.wettzell.de Mon May 6 04:03:56 2013
From: stoeger at fs.wettzell.de (=?windows-1252?Q?Rudolf_St=F6ger?=)
Date: Mon, 06 May 2013 13:03:56 +0200
Subject: [IGSSTATION-5401] HOFN Replacement of the TPS E_GGD with a LEICA
GR25 and of the TPSCR3_GGD with a LEIAR25.R4 / New antenna heigt 0.0319 m
Message-ID: <51878E1C.1050108@fs.wettzell.de>

Ladies and Gentlemen

My colleagues replaced the
TPS E_GGD, Serial Number AGL2LHV3XMO
with a LEICA GR25, Serial Number 1830199,
and the TPSCR3_GGD Antenna, Serial Number 217-0218,
CONE Radome
with a LEIAR25.R4 Antenna, Serial Number 725283,
LEIT Radome
in the HOFN GNSS Permanent Tracking Station Hoefn,
Iceland, 2013-05-05T12:00Z.

The new antenna delta h (Marker->ARP Up Ecc.) is
0.0319 m.

With best regards
Rudi