|IGS-type acronym :||ESCU|
|Installed date :||2004-12-07|
|Decommissioned date :|
|Station status :||active (green)|
|Distance to Tide Gauge (m) :||6510|
|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|
ESCU suffered a loss of power due to a dead UPS battery. The site is now back on-line. There was a loss of data from Day 215 (2015-08-03) 03:10 UT until Day 223 (2015-08-11) 13:10 UT. The missing data for Day 214 has been posted to the IGS archives along with the partial daily files for Days 215
ESCU have been off-line since Day 214 (2015-08-02). We are investigating further as to the cause.
Site ID: ESCU
DOMES No: 40168M001
Location: Escuminac, New Brunswick, Canada
ESCU experienced an unexpected power outage on October 9 (Day 282). Data was permanently lost from 05:18 to 19:35 UT.
Further to IGSSTATION-5558, ESCU is back on-line as of today. A broken antenna cable connector necessitated replacing both the antenna cable and the original Ashtech choke ring antenna. The antenna was replaced with a Trimble choke ring TRM29659.00. Due to the faulty antenna cable, data posted to the IGS archives from Day 262 (2013-09-19) until Day 269 (2013-09-26) should be considered suspect. An updated site log has been submitted to the IGS.
The Ashtech Micro-Z receiver at the TIGA site ESCU has been experiencing problems tracking low elevation satellites since Day 262 (2013-09-19) and is presently not tracking any satellites. Incomplete data posted to the IGS archives from Day 262 to 269 should be considered suspect. Due to the unavailability of personnel and limited use of this site within the IGS, the station will remain off-line until mid-October when we are able to investigate further on-site.