[IGSSTATION-1971]: SANT: Publishing resuming after receiver upgrade

Oivind Ruud ruud at unavco.org
Mon Dec 17 15:24:17 PST 2007

IGS Station Mail          17 Dec 15:24:19 PST 2007      Message Number 1971

Author: Oivind Ruud, UNAVCO

Dear Colleagues,

The GPS receiver at the Santiago, Chile (SANT) station has been upgraded 
to a new ASHTECH UZ-12.  New data is available starting  December 14th 

The existing AOAD/M_T antenna is powered through a GPS signal splitter, 
and a section of the antenna cable has been replaced. Please also note 
that the new receiver was not connected to the Cesium frequency standard 
between December 14th - 17th (2007.348-351).

An updated sitelog has been submitted to the IGS-CB.

We apologize for the inconvenience this outage may have caused.

Maintenance and operations of the SANT station is a collaborative effort 
supported by JPL, UNAVCO, and Universidad de Chile, Santiago, with 
funding provided by NASA's Earth Surface and Interior Focus Area - 
Science Mission Directorate.

Best Regards,

   -Oivind Ruud

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