|IGS-type acronym :||BRUX|
|Installed date :||2006-07-07|
|Decommissioned date :|
|Station status :||active (green)|
|IGS-like station form :|
|M||Material change or malfunction|
|RF||Reference Frame change|
Plots generated using software developed with the EPN team at ROB
|Observations & tracking performance||Satellite tracking|
The satellite tracking graph has been calculated for all stations for the first day of each month. If you wish to have a graph for another date, choose the 'Calculate a specific date' option.
Today, 25/02/2020, we replaced the POLARX4TR receiver in BUX00BEL with a POLARX5TR receiver.
The updated site log has been sent to the EPN and IGS CBs.
some EUREF stations do not yet contain the 18th leap second introduced on 01-Jan-2017 in their current RINEX headers.
BADH0030.17D.Z: 16 = LEAP SECONDS
BOR10030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
BRUX0030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
BUDP0030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
CAG10030.17D.Z: 7 = LEAP SECONDS
DENT0030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
DOUR0030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
JOZ20030.17D.Z: 16 = LEAP SECONDS
KIRU0030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
MAS10030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
MELI0030.17D.Z: 15 = LEAP SECONDS
OBE40030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
POTS0030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
REDU0030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
SOFI0030.17D.Z: 15 = LEAP SECONDS
VILL0030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
WARE0030.17D.Z: 17 = LEAP SECONDS
Since this afternoon (2014/035), the data from BRUX are again
flowing to the IGS. The antenna was cleaned and data quality is
We have decided to interrupt the data flow of BRUX today Jan. 15,
BRUX has degraded performance since the end of last year and we
could trace back the problem to the antenna which needs a thorough
cleaning (bird droppings).
The data of BRUX will be distributed again once the antenna has been
properly cleaned and data quality has been verified.