GMAS Station Information - Site Page
Station Log
DOMES Number
Data Center

GMAS Quality

Daily RINEX2 observations

Receiver + Firmware


RINEX2 Cycle Slips

RINEX2 RMS Multipath

RINEX2 Latency


The residual plots show the differences between weekly station position estimates (from the weekly IGS combined solutions) and the latest IGS cumulative solution piecewise linear [+post-seismic deformation] model. For more information on the IGS cumulative solution please see:

GMAS Email Advisories
Email Date Sender Subject
0062242017/08/29David Maggert GMAS, PETP, TUKT: decommissioned from the IGS
0013492017/08/29David Maggert GMAS, PETP, TUKT: decommissioned from the IGS
0014122007/08/28Nakamura Shinichi GMAS Data Outage 2007/08/27
0013982007/08/15Nakamura Shinichi GMAS Data Outage 2007/08/14
0008872006/06/15Shinichi NAKAMURA GMAS Data Outage
0008752006/06/04Shinichi NAKAMURA GMAS Data Outage
0007622006/02/22Shinichi NAKAMURA GMAS Data Outage
0006922006/01/05Shinichi NAKAMURA GMAS Data Outage
0003192004/12/07Nakamura S GMAS: data outage(3/12/2004)
0003202004/12/07Nakamura S GMAS: data outage (7/12/2004)
0064282004/12/01Nakamura S GMAS data interrupted
0062682004/03/28Takashi Uchimura GMAS data transfer problem
0062302004/02/27uchimura.takashi GMAS data
0062002004/02/04Takashi Uchimura Change the definition of GMAS ARP
0060722003/11/13Takashi Uchimura GMAS data abnormal
0060552003/11/06Takashi Uchimura GMAS data untransmission
0059232003/08/07Takashi Uchimura GMAS data interruption from 218 to 219(DOY)
0058742003/07/16Takashi Uchimura GMAS data interruption and unstable on DOY197
0058772003/07/16Takashi Uchimura GMAS data interruption and unstable on DOY196
0058762003/07/15Takashi Uchimura GMAS data interruption and unstable on DOY196
0058002003/06/05Takashi Uchimura GMAS data interruption
0057762003/05/24Takashi UCHIMURA GMAS data quality information
0057602003/05/21Takashi Uchimura Corrected Site Information Forms for GMAS and compensation of receiver clock offset
0057582003/05/20Takashi Uchimura Maintenance of GMAS
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