|IGS-type acronym :||BRST|
|Installed date :||1998-10-31|
|Decommissioned date :|
|Station status :||active (green)|
|Distance to Tide Gauge (m) :||293|
|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 firmware of the Trimble Alloy receiver at the station BRST was changed from version 5.44 to the version 5.45. The updated site log is available at M3G system.
Please see the respective site logs for details.
Trimble Alloy receiver has been updated from 5.37 to 5.43 for following IGS sites.
Due to a power failure, data from BRST station have been unavailable from session 082l to 084m and couldn't be retrieved.
Please note that on November 28th (2018/332) the receiver at station
BRST was changed from Septentrio PolaRx5 to Trimble Alloy. A new log fil
has been submitted to the EPN.
Due to a planned maintenance, the BRST station will be unavailable on the 28th of November.
The BRST station receiver will be changed from 'SEPT POLARX5' to ‘Trimble Alloy’.
A new log file will be submitted to EPN.
The receiver at station BRST was changed on Monday June 18th from 'TRIMBLE NETR9' to 'SEPT POLARX5'. A new log file has been submitted to the EPN.
Due to a planned maintenance, the BRST station will be unavailable on
the 18th of June.
The station BRST( Brest, fance) has encountered some problems since the session 250u to 252h.
The problem has been solved but missing data are definitively lost.
The station BRST (Brest-France) wasn't working from session 239u to 241i due to a cut of electricity. Missing hourly and daily data won't be available.
The station BRST (Brest, France) is working since the last session, 211l.
Missing hourly and daily data are definitively lost.
The previous EUREFmail-7054 (2013-07-26) signaled:
The station BRST (Brest-France) is encountering some problems because of
site maintenance operations. In consequence, the station stops and restarts, but generally all missing data are finally available.