ZIM2 Station Information - Site Page
Station Logzim2_20181218.log
DOMES Number
Data Center

ZIM2 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:

ZIM2 Email Advisories
Email Date Sender Subject
0066102018/12/18Elmar.Brockmann a ZIM2: receiver firmware changed (5.22 -> 5.37)
0060552017/02/06Brockmann Elmar s ZIM2: receiver firmware changed (5.10 -> 5.20)
0055582015/12/16Brockmann Elmar s ZIM2: receiver firmware changed (5.03 -> 5.10)
0053842015/08/11Brockmann Elmar s ZIM2: receiver firmware changed (5.01 -> 5.03)
0053232015/06/18Brockmann Elmar s ZIM2: receiver firmware changed (4.85 -> 5.01), GPS L5 tracking
0052662015/04/27Brockmann Elmar s ZIM2: receiver changed (NetR5 -> NetR9)
0048792014/05/04Brockmann Elmar s ZIM2: receiver firmware update
0047032013/11/04Brockmann Elmar s ZIM2/ZIM3: displacement of the marker by about 5 mm horizontally
0040052012/04/30Brockmann Elmar L ZIM2: new receiver firmware
0037782011/11/21Brockmann Elmar L ZIM2 Firmware Version changed (4.19 -> 4.43)
0036702011/08/28Brockmann Elmar L ZIM2 distributes RINEX3.0 daily files to BKG and CDDIS
0036492011/08/18Brockmann Elmar L ZIM2/ZIMM: minor sitelog updates
0033772011/02/22Brockmann Elmar L ZIM2 Firmware Version changed (4.14 -> 4.19)
0031892010/10/16Brockmann Elmar L ZIM2/ZIMM hourly/daily data again available
0031842010/10/15Stefan Schaer ZIM2/ZIMM hourly/daily data temporarily unavailable
0030382010/08/04Brockmann Elmar L ZIM2 firmware version changed (4.04 -> 4.14)
0026172009/12/02Brockmann Elmar L ZIM2 and ZIMM heavy snow effects Nov. 30 - Dec. 2, 2009: Do not use data
0023972009/06/23Elmar.Brockmann a ZIM2: Firmware update (doy 175)
0070582008/01/17Angelyn W. Moore station ZIM2 added to IGS
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