|IGS-type acronym :||MAW1|
|Installed date :||1994-01-01|
|Decommissioned date :|
|Station status :||active (green)|
|Distance to Tide Gauge (m) :||488|
|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|
MAW100ATA has been restored. The issue was not with the antenna, but with the powered splitter. The unit has now been repaired and the site is back online.
The antenna at station MAW100ATA appears to be faulty. As a result, all data from station is currently unavailable.
We are currently arranging site contacts to troubleshoot and potentially replace the antenna with a backup and aim to have the site online within 2 days.
Further information will be provided once the issue has been resolved.
The receiver at the IGS station MAW1 (Mawson, Antarctica) was upgraded to a Septentrio PolaRx5 at 2018-02-27T04:00Z. The station is now capable of tracking multi-GNSS and will be providing RINEX2 and RINEX3 files.
Further details on the change can be found in the site log or via the Geoscience Australia GNSS Site Manager (https://gnss-site-manager.geodesy.ga.gov.au/siteLog/MAW1).
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