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Robert Khachikyan 06-Jun-2011 20:14
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Markus Ramatschi 12-Feb-2008 12:43
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M. Ramatschi 11-Apr-2003 14:43
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Dr. M. Ramatschi 20-Dec-2001 16:29
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Sujet : [IGSMAIL-6408] DAKA, KSTU, OBE2: Decommissioned from IGS (26157)
De . Robert Khachikyan - robertk@jpl.nasa.gov
Date : 06-Jun-2011 20:14 -
À : igsmail@igscb.jpl.nasa.gov
Stations : DAKA, KSTU, OBE2
Dear IGS Community,

In an effort to cleanup the IGS network of stations we know will never
return, the following stations have been formally decommissioned:

DAKA: Dakar, Senegal
http://igs.org/igscb/station/finallog/daka_20110602.log

KSTU: Krasnoyarsk, Russia
http://igs.org/igscb/station/finallog/kstu_20110602.log

OBE2: Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
http://igs.org/igscb/station/finallog/obe2_20110602.log

We are thankful to the station operators and the respective agencies
that have contributed their data to the IGS network. They will be missed.

A complete list of dormant stations is available at:
http://igs.org/network/dormant.html

In conjunction we are working on a proposed list of stations that have
replaced the decommissioned stations. More to follow...

Best Regards,
--Robert Khachikyan
IGS Central Bureau



From robertk at jpl.nasa.gov Mon Jun 6 16:18:47 2011
From: robertk at jpl.nasa.gov (Robert Khachikyan)
Date: Mon, 06 Jun 2011 16:18:47 -0700
Subject: [IGSMAIL-6409] igs08_1639.atx: Update including reactivated
SVN35/PRN01
Message-ID: <4DED6057.5010805@jpl.nasa.gov>

Dear IGS colleagues!

The absolute IGS antenna correction file (igs08_wwww.atx) has been
updated. The new release is called 'igs08_1639.atx'. It contains the
following changes:

1) A decommission date for the following satellite has been added:

G01 (G049): 6 May 2011

NOTICE ADVISORY TO NAVSTAR USERS (NANU) 2011039 NANU TYPE: GENERAL
*** GENERAL MESSAGE TO ALL GPS USERS ***
GPS satellite SVN49 (PRN01) was decommissioned from active service on
JDay 126 (06 May 2011). PRN01 is available for future satellite service.
http://cgls.uscg.mil/pipermail/nanu/2011-May/001307.html

2) According to 'NANU 2011043' the following satellite has been added:

G01 (G035)

NOTICE ADVISORY TO NAVSTAR USERS (NANU) 2011043 NANU TYPE: GENERAL
*** GENERAL MESSAGE TO ALL GPS USERS *** On approximately 1 June 2011,
SVN35 will resume transmitting L-band utilizing PRN01. At L-band
activation, SVN35/PRN01 will be unusable until further notice.
Additionally, no broadcast almanacs will include SVN35/PRN01. Future
NANUs will inform users of any changes to the above-stated status.
http://cgls.uscg.mil/pipermail/nanu/2011-May/001314.html

The updated antenna correction model is available at
ftp://igs.org/pub/station/general/igs08_1639.atx
or
ftp://igs.org/pub/station/general/igs08.atx

With best regards,
Ralf Schmid and Robert Khachikyan
on behalf of the IGS Antenna Working Group


From Yves.Mireault at NRCan-RNCan.gc.ca Thu Jun 9 08:36:58 2011
From: Yves.Mireault at NRCan-RNCan.gc.ca (Mireault, Yves)
Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2011 11:36:58 -0400
Subject: [IGSMAIL-6410] NRCan Rapid Products Change
Message-ID: <6D8C7E015447D0428D80E9DBABA06A1E076368C4@S0-OTT-X2.nrn.nrcan.gc.ca>

Author: Yves Mireault

Dear IGS Colleagues:

This is to announce that starting on May 24, 2011 (1637/2), NRCan has
switched to the Bernese 5.0 software for its Rapid product estimation.
NRCan is now providing orbits and 30 sec clocks for both GPS and GLONASS

satellites. The new products are sent to the ACC for combination in the
IGS Rapid solution (IGR). Please note that NRCan Ultra Rapid solution
(GPS only/Bernese 5.0) and NRCan Final solution (GPS only/GIPSY)
remained unchanged.

Best Regards.

Yves Mireault