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Brockmann Elmar 29-Apr-1996 19:02
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Sujet : [IGSMAIL-1293] Mammoth Lakes (CASA & KRAK) (20751)
De . Brockmann Elmar - BROCKMANN@aiub.unibe.ch
Date : 29-Apr-1996 19:02 -
À : igsmail@igscb.jpl.nasa.gov
Stations : CASA, KRAK
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IGS Electronic Mail Mon Apr 29 10:02:34 PDT 1996 Message Number 1293
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Author: Keith F. Stark
Subject: Mammoth Lakes (CASA & KRAK)

After a 1 week modem outage at CASA and KRAK, communication was restored to
the site on Friday. However, On Saturday, the site lost all power for an
unknown reason and may not be up for several days. We will be unable to
collect data from either CASA or KRAK until the problem is resolved.

regards,
Keith F. Stark

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Keith F. Stark Telephone: (818) 354 5922
GPS Networks & Operations Group FAX: (818) 393 4965
Jet Propulsion Laboratory Email: stark at logos.jpl.nasa.gov
4800 Oak Grove Dr. GPS info: gpsops at pyros.jpl.nasa.gov
Pasadena, CA 91109
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[Mailed From: stark at cobra.jpl.nasa.gov (Keith F. Stark)]


From Danny Mon Apr 29 22:55:33 1996
From: Danny (Danny)
Date: Mon, 29 Apr 1996 22:55:33 PDT
Subject: [IGSMAIL-1294] KOSG Turborogue SNR-12 failure
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IGS Electronic Mail Mon Apr 29 22:55:33 PDT 1996 Message Number 1294
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Author: Danny van Loon
Subject: KOSG Turborogue SNR-12 failure

On DOY=114 (04/23/1996) the KOSG Turborogue SNR-12 S/N T209 crashed and
showed unsolvable hardware problems. On DOY=215 (04/24/1996) a new
Turborogue SNR-12 GPS receiver S/N T229 was installed. Therefor there
was a data loss from DOY=114 11.40 UTC until DOY=115 15.57 UTC.
Afterwards it turned out that a short cut in the antennacable caused the
problem. However we maintain the new T229 as the GPS receiver at KOSG.
An update of the SITE form has been distributed to the IGS Central
Bureau.


[Mailed From: vanloon/geo at geo.tudelft.nl]


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