AIGI

Corinth Rift Observatory – Site AIGI (Aigion)

  • GNSS: Topcon GB-1000
    • Site log 
    • Installation by Dimitar Dimitrov and Giannis Michailidis on December 11, 2015
    • Receiver: Topcon GB1000 n° T225878 (INSU2)
    • Antenna: Topcon PG-A1 n° 308-2933 (ground plane 310-1767)

ABEL

Corinth Rift Observatory – Site ABEL (Abelaki)

  • GNSS: Topcon GB-1000
    • Receiver S/N: T225874 until 12 December 2015, Receiver S/N: T225921 from 12 December 2015, Antenna S/N: 308-6127 (310-xxxx)
    • Site log 
    • Installation by Alexis Rigo, Dimitar Dimotrov, Efthimios Sokos on 30 September 2015
    • Call in advance the local president (Maria Pappa: 6982236850) who has the key for opening the medical center where the receiver is installed.
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KRIN

Corinth Rift Observatory – Site KRIN (Krini)

  • GNSS: Topcon GB-1000
    • Site log 
    • Installation by Panagiotis Elias and Nikos Roukounakis on October 4, 2014
    • Station located in the tavern of George Bounias (+30 6975 98 29 10)
    • Communicate also with Giorgos Barba (+30 6978 83 25 70)
    • The antenna is installed on the roof of the tavern.
    • The receiver is installed in a small storehouse in the back of the tavern.

Aegeo Navigation October 2002

A Javad GPS receiver was operated on board of the Aegeo R/V on October 8 and 9 2002.

  • October 8: 9:53 UT -> 23:59 UT – RINEX 1s sampling rate – KML trajectory (pseudo-range dual-iono-free) – KML trajectory (phase)
  • October 9: 00:01 UT -> 09:59 UT – RINEX 1s sampling rate – KML trajectory (pseudo-range dual-iono-free) – KML trajectory (phase)

Figure 1: Trajectory of the R/V Aegeo, October 8 in red, October 9 in green

Figure 2: Two different navigation solutions from GIPSY Oasis 6.4. In red « dual-iono-free » solution (using P1 and P2), in yellow C1 solution of the programme pr2p.pl