SPECIAL MESSAGE: GOES-East
GOES-14 is providing GOES-East coverage. GOES-14 is stationary at 105 degrees West with no current plans to drift east. GOES-13 will remain in storage mode while the anomaly is being investigated. There is no estimate on return to operations at this time. More information: http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/PS/SATS/messages.html.
NOAA has included a set of software that is described in the table below. A major addition to the original receiver software package was the software implementation for the processing of received Emergency Managers Weather Information Network (EMWIN) data. After the software file is unzipped, all of the unit documentation can be accessed from the "doxygen folder" (choose index.html). The software is contained in the remainder of the folders. The "Domain 6" software is source code provided primarily for manufacturers and others designing receiver systems to use and modify as needed for their particular receivers. Also included is a User’s Guide for the GOES Data Collection Service (DCS) data files on LRIT. NOAA has attempted to provide the maximum amount of data processing for NOAA LRIT in software rather than hardware.
|Software / Documentation||Description|
|LRIT Domain 6 User's Guide
(PDF file; 350 Kb)
|LRIT Ground Receiver Guide.|
|LRIT Domain 6 EMWINLRIT Reception Software
(EMWIN ZIP file; 5 Mb)
|EMWIN Stream on LRIT Software Source Code|
|LINUX RICE library||Aug. 24, 2004 Version|
|LRIT - DCS Receiver Software User's Guide
(PDF file; 165 Kb)
|GOES DCS Files on LRIT Software Guide|
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