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 GEP  Vol.7 No.9 , September 2019
GNSS/MET Station Equipment Maintenance and Product Application
Abstract:
Based on the use of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) for meteorological detection in the world, we used the GNSS/MET detection equipment in the meteorological departments of Liaoning Province of China and its data to study and summarize the maintenance methods of GNSS/MET (Global Navigation Satellite System Meteorology) detection equipment and the application of water vapor products in operational systems. The results show that: 1) For GNSS/MET failures, specific inspections and classifications can be performed according to different phenomena; 2) The GNSS water vapor measurement station samples every 30 seconds, forming one set of GNSS data every hour, and can detonate the atmospheric precipitation by solving the original data; 3) Using the “Navigation Satellite Remote Sensing Water Vapor Application Management System”, the GNSS/MET water vapor products can be directly displayed. We can get the conclusion that GNSS/MET has far-reaching significance for studying the law of atmospheric water vapor changes and enhancing the ability to monitor severe weather such as heavy rain and strong convection.
Cite this paper: Ma, L. , Sun, Y. , Zhang, Y. , Han, B. , Wang, Y. and Li, L. (2019) GNSS/MET Station Equipment Maintenance and Product Application. Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, 7, 105-113. doi: 10.4236/gep.2019.79008.
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