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23/10/2004

SNDP is installed at facilities of Institute of Physics of the Earth (IPE), Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.

SNDP is installed at facilities of Institute of Physics of the Earth (IPE), Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.

SNDP is installed at facilities of Institute of Physics of the Earth (IPE), Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.  The main goal of the network is to monitor microseismic activity in the southern part of the Czech Republic, including Temelin Nuclear Power Station - Soviet type reactor (http://www.ecn.cz/temelin/ ). The network comprises five field stations, one sub-center, and the main center located at IPE, Brno. The stations are deployed in distances from 5 to 25 kilometers in order to symmetrically cover the area of interest to monitor possible seismic activity with Richter local magnitude 1.0 and higher. Digital real-time data are transmitted via the spread spectrum radio to the sub-center, where real-time, error-corrected data acquisition and processing are performed by REF TEK protocol daemon (RTPD) and the Seismic Network Data Processor (SNDP) running on a SUN Blade 1500 Workstation.   After the events are detected and processed, the parametric earthquake information (phases arrival, location, origin time, magnitude, and depth) along with event’s waveform in CSS3.0 format are transmitted in near real-time to the main center located in Brno for further processing and archiving.  The network command/control is performed from the main center using the REF TEK Network Controller (RNC2) interface.


 
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