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operations:documentation.dbbcsetupivs [2014/10/21 17:31]
liza
operations:documentation.dbbcsetupivs [2016/05/16 12:48]
Bryn Emptage
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 You now need to set up the IF system. The commands to do this depend on the IVS observation and the station. You now need to set up the IF system. The commands to do this depend on the IVS observation and the station.
  
-For R1, R4, CRF, AUSTRAL and RDV experiments on they should be:+For R1, R4, CRF, CRDS, AUSTRAL and RDV experiments on they should be:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 dbbcifa=1,​agc,​1 dbbcifa=1,​agc,​1
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-For APSG, CRDS, OHIG and T2 experiments,​ for all stations they should be:+For APSG, OHIG and T2 experiments,​ for all stations they should be:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 dbbcifa=1,​agc,​1 dbbcifa=1,​agc,​1
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Recommended DBBC power levels can be found [[http://​auscope.phys.utas.edu.au/​opswiki/​doku.php?​id=hardware:​dbbc.targetifpower|here]]. Current target values for the total power readings is 56000. this can be checked by the command: ifa, ifb, ifc or ifd. If the levels are too high or low, then adjust the attenuation on the IF box. Note that the levels on IF C (e-remote control command: ifc) are a bit low. Don't worry about it.+Recommended DBBC power levels can be found [[hardware:​dbbc.targetifpower|here]]. Current target values for the total power readings is 56000. this can be checked by the command: ifa, ifb, ifc or ifd. If the levels are too high or low, then adjust the attenuation on the IF box. Note that the levels on IF C (e-remote control command: ifc) are a bit low. Don't worry about it.
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