Greenbelt, MD - gode
The GPS receiver is located at the GGAO, the Goddard Geophysical and
The GPS equipment was installed in April, 1993 at the GGAO Lab.
The receiver is a ROGUE SNR-8000 (TURBOROGUE) and antenna is a Dorne Margolin
T spike mounted on an stainless steel plate set in a concrete pillar.
GGAO is a NASA FLINN site and gode contribute to the International GPS
Service for Geodynamics (IGS). Standard operation is dual frequency with
a 30 second tracking interval and 15° observation elevation cutoff.
The data are downloaded daily and available through the IGS via computer
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