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Subject : [IGSMAIL-4284]: OHIZ Antenna replaced / Site moved to OHI3 (24041)
FROM . Rudi =?iso-8859-1?Q?St=F6ger?= - stoeger@wettzell.ifag.de
Date : 04-Mar-2003 14:08 -
To : igsmail@igscb.jpl.nasa.gov
Stations : OHIZ
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IGS Electronic Mail 04 Mar 05:04:48 PST 2003 Message Number 4284
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Author: Rudi Stoeger

Ladies and Gentlemen

Because of the expansion and of construction
works in the Chilenean Antarctic Base the antenna
for the GPS+GLONASS Permanent Tracking Site
OHIZ in O'Higgins / Antarctica was moved to another
pillar. It got the new four character ID OHI3 and started
the observations 2003-02-06.

Kindly do not use the OHIZ data after 2003-01-27.

Former OHIZ was operating, and
new OHI3 (Ashtech Z18) is
operating in addition and parallel to
OHI2 (AOA SNR-8000 ACT).

We have sent the Update of the OHIZ Site
Information and the New OHI3 Site Information
to the IGSCB.

With best regards
Rudi