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Status of GOES Emergency Data Distribution Network(EDDN) at EROS. Dan Schwitalla – USGS 28 October 2009 – TWG Meeting Chincoteague Island, VA. Basic EDDN System. Satellite downlink system with 2 antennas for GOES East and West ( at least 7M )‏ and one backup antenna

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Status of GOES

Emergency Data

Distribution

Network(EDDN)

at EROS

Dan Schwitalla – USGS

28 October 2009 – TWG Meeting

Chincoteague Island, VA

basic eddn system
Basic EDDN System
  • Satellite downlink system with 2 antennas for GOES East and West ( at least 7M )‏ and one backup antenna
  • DOMSAT receive system for data from Wallops Island
  • LRGS systems for acquiring and distributing data.
  • Web Server for reporting system status.
annual maintenance of the eddn
Annual Maintenance of the EDDN
  • Maintenance was performed on 14-18 September 2009.
    • Antennas were exercised.
    • Levels checked
    • Dishes cleaned
  • Installed 8 new Quad DigiTrak Demodulator cards.
  • Updated DAMS-NT receive system
  • Updated Dual Pilot Control Modules (DPCM)
future enhancements to the eddn
Future Enhancements to the EDDN
  • Procuring two data servers to add new capability to the EDDN.
  • New Public Server
    • Web site host
    • National configuration database
    • Health monitoring
  • New USGS Server
    • One year message storage
    • Message warehouse for the USGS
eddn lrgs addressing changes
EDDN LRGS Addressing Changes
  • Currently:

eddn.usgs.gov equals lrgseddn1.cr.usgs.gov

  • Make sure your LRGS clients point to:

lrgseddn1.cr.usgs.gov

contact information
Contact Information

Dan Schwitalla

US Geological Survey

Maryland Water Science Center

Baltimore, MD

443-498-5605

[email protected]

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