Presentation on theme: "2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington1 Remote GPS Station at Langhovde, Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica Hiromichi TSUJI and Kenichi MATSUO * Geographical."— Presentation transcript:
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington1 Remote GPS Station at Langhovde, Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica Hiromichi TSUJI and Kenichi MATSUO * Geographical Survey Institute, Japan * JARE43 summer party member
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington2 Contents Background Geodesy programs under JARE IGS station at Syowa from 1995 Needs of Remote GPS station Installation at Langhovde in Jan 2000 Performance by Feb 2002
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington3 JARE program Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition started in 1956 in response to IGY Organized by National Institute of Polar Research Funded by Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture Syowa Station established in 1957 On the East Ongul Island, the Eastern Dronning Maud Land (Lon. 39.58°, Lat. -69.01° ) Observation parties stationed at Syowa Summer party: 5 months from Nov with 20 staff Wintering party: 17 months from Nov with 40 staff
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington4 Geodesy and Geographic Programs under JARE Planned & Implemented by Geographical Survey Institute (GSI) for Geodesy, Photogrammetry, and Cartography Hydrographic and Oceanographic Information Department (former JHD) for Charting and Tide gauge observation, and National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR) for Geosciences and Place names Programs include GPS, VLBI, and Remote sensing Global Mapping (1:1M digital data)
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington5 IGS Global Tracking Network http://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov/netwok/netindex.html SYOG
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington6 GPS and VLBI antennas at Syowa station GPS (IGS ID: SYOG) VLBI
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington7 IGS station Remote GPS station Crustal deformation surveys around bare rock areas GPS control point surveys Continuous deformation observation Needs of Remote GPS station
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington8 RGS at Langhovde GSI installed a remote GPS station at Langhovde in January 2000. A built-in battery and wind / solar power plant enable continuous GPS observation at a remote site, 27 km south of Syowa base. Currently, data with 120 seconds interval are stored in PC and retrieved by GSI staff once per year.
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington9 Location SYOG LANG Eastern Dronning Maud Land
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington10 Specification of RGS(LANG) UnitName of equipmentSpecification GPS receiverTrimble 4000SSi-RC2L1/L2, 10.5W, - 20-75C° Wind power Windside FM910 (2)Propeller-type, Supply75W(10m/s) Solar powerKYOCERA KC60S(12)60W, - 40 - 90C° Supply BatterySBS-300 (12)300AH, 2V, 20kg, - 40 - 60C° Data collectorXC6000-D-16 (2) OS: Windows 3.1 486XL50MHz, HD 340MB 10W, - 20 - 60C°
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington11 Outlook of RGS(LANG) Solar panels & Receiver unit
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington12 Wind power generator & Antenna Pillar
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington14 Log of RGS(LANG) Jan 2000 Installed Feb 2001 First data retrieval No data during mid May to mid August 2000 due to a malfunction of a battery charger connected to the wind power generator Feb 2002 Second data retrieval No data during mid May and early August 2001 due to a malfunction of the wind power generator Repair of the wind power generator Exchange of batteries
2002-11-27AGP'02 at LINZ, Wellington15 Baseline length between SYOG and LANG (27km) Preliminary solutions by Trimble Geomatic Office (TGO) with Broadcast Eph.