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Subject : [IGSSTATION-4262] DAV1: Equipment Changes (30149)
FROM . ryan.ruddick at ga.gov.au - ryan.ruddick@ga.gov.au
Date : 22-Feb-2011 08:16 -
To : igsstation@igscb.jpl.nasa.gov
Stations : DAV1 - DOMES : 66001M001
Author: Ryan Rudidck

Geoscience Australia
Australian Regional GPS Network

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Site ID : DAV1
DOMES No: 66001M001
Location: Davis Station (ANTARCTICA)

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Dear Colleagues,

Please be informed that some changes were made to the GNSS installation to ensure compatibility of the site with modern signals and future constellations. The changes were made between 2011-02-21T00:00Z and 2011-02-22T00:00Z.

The firmware of the Leica GRX1200GG Pro receiver was upgrade from v7.50 / 3.019 to v8.01 / 3.019.

The antenna was swapped to a Leica AR25.R3 model with LEIT radome.

4.3 Antenna Type : ASH701945G_M AUST
Serial Number : CR5200428009
Antenna Reference Point : BPA
Marker->ARP Up Ecc. (m) : 000.0005
Marker->ARP North Ecc(m) : 000.0000
Marker->ARP East Ecc(m) : 000.0000
Alignment from True N : 20
Antenna Radome Type : AUST
Radome Serial Number :
Antenna Cable Type :
Antenna Cable Length : 40 (m)
Date Installed : 2007-08-01T07:00Z
Date Removed : 2011-02-21T00:00Z
Additional Information :

4.4 Antenna Type : LEIAR25.R3 LEIT
Antenna Reference Point : BPA
Marker->ARP Up Ecc. (m) : 000.0000
Marker->ARP North Ecc(m) : 000.0000
Marker->ARP East Ecc(m) : 000.0000
Alignment from True N : 0
Antenna Radome Type : LEIT
Radome Serial Number :
Antenna Cable Type : LMR400
Antenna Cable Length : 85 m
Date Installed : 2011-02-21T00:00Z
Date Removed :
Additional Information : (multiple lines)

A Paroscientific Met4 automatic weather station was also installed at the site to replace the ageing Paroscientfic Met3.

There was a short data outage during the upgrade. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may have caused users.

An updated site log has been submitted to IGSCB and is available for download along with the GNSS data and Meteorological data in RINEX format from the Geoscience Australia FTP server (ftp.ga.gov.au) and IGS Data Centres.

Regards,

Ryan Ruddick
Geoscience Australia
Email: ryan.ruddick at ga.gov.au
Phone: +61 2 6249 9426



From dmaggert at unavco.org Tue Feb 22 08:18:36 2011
From: dmaggert at unavco.org (David Maggert)
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2011 09:18:36 -0700
Subject: [IGSSTATION-4263] RIOP: data publication resuming
Message-ID: <4D63E1DC.5060905@unavco.org>

Author: David Maggert, UNAVCO

Dear Colleagues,

The Riobamba, Ecuador (RIOP) station is back online again. All the data since
February 10th has been published. We apologize for the inconvenience of this
outage.

Maintenance and operations of the RIOP station is supported by the Instituto
Geofisico in Quito.

Best Regards,
David Maggert