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Twilley, Bob 14-Jan-2000 04:17
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Sujet : [IGSMAIL-2670]: ALIC receiver upgrade (22436)
De . Twilley, Bob - BobTwilley@auslig.gov.au
Date : 14-Jan-2000 04:17 -
À : igsmail@igscb.jpl.nasa.gov
Stations : ALIC - DOMES : 50137M001, 50137M001, 50137M001
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IGS Electronic Mail 13 Jan 19:17:54 PST 2000 Message Number 2670
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Author: Bob Twilley

AUSLIG Geodesy
Australian Regional GPS Network
Advisory
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GPS TRACKER ID: ALIC
DOMES No.: 50137M001
CDP No.: n/a
MONUMENT No.: AU012
LOCATION: Alice Springs Telegraph Station Reserve.
Alice Springs
Northern Territory
AUSTRALIA

ADVISORY:

The ALIC, AOA ICS-4000Z GPS receiver has been replaced with the upgraded AOA
SNR-12 ACT receiver.
The change over took place on 14th Jan. 2000 (doy 014) at 02:00 UT.
An updated station log has been submitted.

Regards
Bob


======================================================
Bob Twilley Telephone: (+61 2) 6201 4346
Mobile: 0413 604180
Fax: (+61 2) 6201 4366
Email: bobtwilley at auslig.gov.au
ARGN Project Manager
Geodesy Unit
Australian Surveying & Land Information Group (AUSLIG)
P.O. Box 2
Belconnen ACT 2616
AUSTRALIA
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From miranda at gracie.grdl.noaa.gov Fri Jan 14 14:16:22 2000
From: miranda at gracie.grdl.noaa.gov (Miranda Chin)
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2000 17:16:22 -0500
Subject: [IGSMAIL-2671]: AOML receiver replacement
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From miranda at gracie.grdl.noaa.gov Fri Jan 14 14:16:22 2000
From: miranda at gracie.grdl.noaa.gov (Miranda Chin)
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2000 17:16:22 -0500
Subject: [IGSMAIL-2672]: AOML receiver replacement
Message-ID: <000a01bf5edc$fdc315a0$8c9f5a8c@grdl.noaa.gov>

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IGS Electronic Mail 14 Jan 15:41:14 PST 2000 Message Number 2672
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Author: Miranda Chin/NOAA
Subject: AOML receiver replacement

Turbo Rogue T146 replaced T148 at 19:40 UTC on Jan 13, 2000.
An updated station log was sent to IGSCB today.



From BobTwilley at auslig.gov.au Sun Jan 16 15:12:44 2000
From: BobTwilley at auslig.gov.au (Twilley, Bob)
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2000 10:12:44 +1100
Subject: [IGSMAIL-2673]: ALIC data Outage
Message-ID: <53273E187450D311ACF6009027927B12049887@smtpgate.auslig.gov.au>

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IGS Electronic Mail 16 Jan 15:12:53 PST 2000 Message Number 2673
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Author: Bob Twilley

AUSLIG Geodesy
Australian Regional GPS Network
Advisory
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GPS TRACKER ID: ALIC
DOMES No.: 50137M001
CDP No.: n/a
MONUMENT No.: AU012
LOCATION: Alice Springs Telegraph Station Reserve.
Alice Springs
Northern Territory
AUSTRALIA

ADVISORY:

Following the receiver change on doy 014, we have experienced problems with
the upgraded AOA SNR-12 ACT receiver. The problem occurred after some 24
hours of operation. The cause nor extent of the problem is not known at this
stage. The replaced receiver is no longer on site therefore unable to put
back in place.

I apologise for the disruption to this service and we will endeavour to
rectify the problem or replace the receiver as soon as possible.


Regards
Bob


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************
Bob Twilley Telephone: (+61 2) 6201 4346
Mobile: 0413 604180
Fax: (+61 2) 6201 4366
Email: bobtwilley at auslig.gov.au
ARGN Project Manager
Geodesy Unit
Australian Surveying & Land Information Group (AUSLIG)
P.O. Box 2
Belconnen ACT 2616
AUSTRALIA
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From Boudewijn.Ambrosius at lr.tudelft.nl Mon Jan 17 07:44:09 2000
From: Boudewijn.Ambrosius at lr.tudelft.nl (Boudewijn Ambrosius)
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2000 16:44:09 +0100 (MET)
Subject: [IGSMAIL-2674]: WSRT H-Maser back on line
Message-ID: <200001171544.QAA20254@dutlru3.lr.tudelft.nl>

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IGS Electronic Mail 17 Jan 07:44:14 PST 2000 Message Number 2674
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Author: Boudewijn Ambrosius & Danny van Loon (DEOS/DUT)

The H-Maser external frequency standard of station WSRT (Westerbork,
the Netherlands), which failed on Jan. 6th (see IGS mail # 2668)
has been repaired. On Jan 17, 12:41 UT, it was reconnected to the
GPS receiver. An updated site log, reflecting this configuration
change, has been submitted.

Boudewijn and Danny



From Peter.Clarke at newcastle.ac.uk Tue Jan 18 04:26:24 2000
From: Peter.Clarke at newcastle.ac.uk (Peter Clarke)
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 12:26:24 GMT
Subject: [IGSMAIL-2675]: Reader/Lecturer vacancy
Message-ID: <200001181226.MAA03953@dionysos.ncl.ac.uk>

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IGS Electronic Mail 18 Jan 04:26:29 PST 2000 Message Number 2675
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Author: P.J. Clarke
Subject: Reader/Lecturer vacancy

[With apologies to those who receive multiple copies via different email
lists. Please pass this on to relevant interested parties, and communicate
any formal or informal enquiries directly the appropriate address below.]

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

DEPARTMENT OF GEOMATICS

Reader / Lecturer

The Department of Geomatics has a vacancy for a member of academic
staff at Reader or Lecturer level. Applicants should have research
and teaching experience in any aspect of Geomatics but must be able to
make a significant contribution to one of the two main themes of
research in the department: (i) geospatial data acquisition,
modelling and management and (ii) space geodesy and geodynamics.
Applicants specialising in the metric aspects of very high resolution
remotely sensed imagery or other similar ground or satellite based
technologies such as laser scanning would be especially welcome.

The department currently has 11 academic and research staff, six
technical and 3 clerical support staff. It has two research groups,
focussing on the themes above, supporting 20 postgraduate researchers.
In the last UK Research Assessment Exercise the department was
awarded a grade 4. The department offers two undergraduate degree
programmes, one in Surveying and Mapping Science and the other in
Geographic Information Science which together produce some 40
graduates per year.

The university salary scales are ?31,563 - ?35,670 for Readers and
?17,238 - ?30,065 for Lecturers

For an informal discussion about this post please contact Professor
David Parker (tel: 0191 222 6447, e-mail: David.Parker at ncl.ac.uk).

For further information on how to apply please telephone 0191 222 8834
(24 hour answerphone) quoting reference C066A or write to Human
Resources Section (C066A), University of Newcastle, 1 Park Terrace,
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU.

Closing date for applications will be 3rd March 2000


From stoeger at wettzell.ifag.de Wed Jan 19 08:44:46 2000
From: stoeger at wettzell.ifag.de (Rudi =?iso-8859-1?Q?St=F6ger?=)
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 16:44:46 +0000
Subject: [IGSMAIL-2676]: WTZT Antenna exchange
Message-ID: <3885E9FE.3C5EEF81@wettzell.ifag.de>

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IGS Electronic Mail 19 Jan 07:30:38 PST 2000 Message Number 2676
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author: Rudi Stoeger

Ladies and Gentlemen

In the WTZT Wettzell Trimble GPS Permanent Tracking
System, which is operating in addition and parallel to the
WTZR GPS Fiducial Site with AOA SNR-8000 ACT,
we performed an exchange of the antenna.

Antenna:
Prior 19-JAN-2000 14:00 UT: TRM22020.00+GP NONE
After 19-JAN-2000 14:00 UT: TRM29659.00 NONE

Antenna-height to ARP:
Prior 19-JAN-2000 14:00 UT: 0.086 m
After 19-JAN-2000 14:00 UT: 0.085 m

With best regards
Rudi Stoeger





From BobTwilley at auslig.gov.au Thu Jan 20 15:12:59 2000
From: BobTwilley at auslig.gov.au (Twilley, Bob)
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 10:12:59 +1100
Subject: [IGSMAIL-2677]: ALIC Operational again
Message-ID: <53273E187450D311ACF6009027927B12049891@smtpgate.auslig.gov.au>

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IGS Electronic Mail 20 Jan 15:13:05 PST 2000 Message Number 2677
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Author: Bob Twilley

AUSLIG Geodesy
Australian Regional GPS Network (ARGN)
Advisory
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GPS TRACKER ID: ALIC
DOMES No.: 50137M001
CDP No.: n/a
MONUMENT No.: AU012
LOCATION: Alice Springs Telegraph Station Reserve.
Alice Springs
Northern Territory
AUSTRALIA

ADVISORY:

The ALIC GPS station at Alice Springs is again operational from doy 20,
20/01/2000, 00Hrs UT.
The problem was not with the GPS receiver as mentioned in IGSMAIL-2673 but
with the external power supply to the unit which had an intermittent fault.

I apologise for any inconvenience caused during the outage.


Regards
Bob

======================================================
Bob Twilley Telephone: (+61 2) 6201 4346
Mobile: 0413 604180
Fax: (+61 2) 6201 4366
Email: bobtwilley at auslig.gov.au
ARGN Project Manager
Geodesy Unit
Australian Surveying & Land Information Group (AUSLIG)
P.O. Box 2
Belconnen ACT 2616
AUSTRALIA
======================================================




From carine at oma.be Fri Jan 21 03:58:28 2000
From: carine at oma.be (carine at oma.be)
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 11:58:28 -0000 (GMT)
Subject: [IGSMAIL-2678]: EUREF CB down
Message-ID:

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IGS Electronic Mail 21 Jan 01:58:09 PST 2000 Message Number 2678
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Author: EUREF CB/C. Bruyninx

Dear Colleagues,

Due to a large power failure at the EUREF CB on January 19, from
9:15 to about 13:15 UTC, the computer disk of the EUREF ftp site
has been damaged.
We try to be back on-line as soon as possible, but do not
expect this before the weekend. We will let you know as soon
as normal operation can resume.

Users who need information about the EUREF network can
connect to the Regional Data Denter at BKG in Frankfurt:

EUREF Mails : ftp://igs.ifag.de/EUREF/EUREFMAILS
EUREF combined solutions : ftp://igs.ifag.de/EUREF/CLUSTERS
EUREF site log files : ftp://igs.ifag.de/EUREF/station

If you urgently need other information, please contact us
at eurefcb at oma.be, we will do our best to recover the
necessary files.

The EUREF web-site (http://homepage.oma.be/euref/) is still
operational, but the links to the ftp site do not work.

We apolagise for the inconveniences this downtime causes and hope
to be back online in the beginning of next week.

Carine Bruyninx
EUREF CB
Royal Observatory of Belgium




From altamimi at ensg.ign.fr Fri Jan 21 07:04:12 2000
From: altamimi at ensg.ign.fr (Zuheir Altamimi)
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 15:04:12 +0000
Subject: [IGSMAIL-2679]: ITRF2000 status
Message-ID: <200001211523.PAA19812@bach.ensg.ign.fr>

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IGS Electronic Mail 21 Jan 06:01:04 PST 2000 Message Number 2679
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Author: Zuheir Altamimi

Dear Colleagues,

The ITRF2000 project is under development. Here are some news:

************ FOR LATE SUBMISSIONS!!!

We would like to remind you that the deadline (March 1, 2000) for
submissions to the ITRF2000 is approaching. Full information related
to the ITRF2000 Call for Participation is available at:

http://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/ITRF/ITRF2000/

In the meantime we still appreciate if you could fill in the appended
reply form indicating your willingness to contribute to the ITRF2000.


************ STATUS REPORT

The IERS Directing Board recognized the progress of the project during
its
meeting in San Francisco on dec 1999.

Here is a summary of announced contributions ( see web site for
details):

***Global solutions:

ASI Italy (SLR)
Center for Space Research, Austin USA (SLR,DORIS)
CODE Switzerland (GPS)
FESG Munich (LLR)
GIUB Germany (VLBI)
GRIM France (combined GRIM)
JPL USA (GPS)
NIMA USA (GPS)
Shanghai Astronomical Observatory China (VLBI)

***Densification solutions:

ASI Italy (VLBI Europe)
BKG Germany (GPS EUREF)
CODE Switzerland (GPS Europe EUVN)
IBGE Brazil (GPS Brazil)
JPL USA (GPS California SCIGN)
REGAL France (GPS Alps)
SCAR Dresde Germany (GPS Antarctica SCAR)
University of Alaska USA (GPS Alaska)

***Validation groups:
ASI
NIMA


****************** ITRF2000 Network

The final selection is performed by a Catalogue Working Group chaired by
Zuheir Altamimi. This is a sub group of the IERS Working Group on ITRF
datum (WGID) now chaired by Khristine Larson (Univ of Colorado),
replacing
Jim Ray since december 1999 .

Any point related to the network should be addressed to Zuheir.


***************** ITRF2000 datum

The datum selection will follow the recommendations expressed in the
first
report of the WGID which can be found at:

ftp://hpiers.obspm.fr/iers/itrf/ITRF-WG.Report


Best regards

Claude Boucher and Zuheir Altamimi

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ITRF2000 Reply form


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