|IGS-type acronym :||MARS|
|Installed date :||1998-07-16|
|Decommissioned date :|
|Station status :||active (green)|
|Distance to Tide Gauge (m) :||5|
|IGS-like station form :|
|M||Material change or malfunction|
Plots generated using software developed with the EPN team at ROB
|Observations & tracking performance||Satellite tracking|
The stations AJAC and MARS have been encountering some failure since the sessions 077w and 076j.
We're currently trying to fix it.
The receivers at stations AJAC and MARS had a failure at the end of
day 217 : receivers stopped tracking all satellites.
Some sessions are missing since and won't be recovered.
Those we were able to recover have been submitted.
To fix the problem, we upgraded the ME firmware version from 6.403 to
6.522 on station AJAC.
We hope it will be sufficient to solve the tracking issues. If so, the
same upgrade will be applied to MARS by tomorrow.
The station MARS (Marseille, France) is encountering some problems since the two last sessions, 118c.
We try and fix the problem as soon as possible.
Following the problem encountered by Leica receivers last week, SBAS satellites have been deactivated except EGNOS constellation satellites.
The station concerned is MARS (Marseille) in France.
Receivers of stations BSCN(Besancon), SCOA (Ciboure), VFCH (Villefranche-sur-Cher), MARS (Marseille), EGLT (Egletons) and GUIP (Guipavas) in France have encountering some problems yesterday.
The problem has been fixed this morning and data are now available.
Nevertheless, data between sessions 017o and 018h are definitively lost.
The station MARS (Marseille-France) is encountering some problems at the moment, since the session 269i. We try and fix it as quick as possible.
Moreover, a maintenance operation will occur on Wednesday, the 25th or
Thursday, the 26th. The station will be stopped (if it restarts
before)in order to change the antenna and the receiver.
The station MARS (Marseille-France) has encountered some problems yesterday. The sessions 269i to 269p won't be available.
Due to a power outage at station MARS over the past week-end, files from sessions '141m' to '142g' are definitely lost.