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Comparison of Tape-based and Real-time VLBI Data Analysis (Baseline Length)

While the daily KSP VLBI experiments are performed mainly by tape-based processing at present, real-time data processing is also performed in parallel from April 7, 1997. The analyzed results are compared using the estimated baseline lengths for the experiments performed between January 1, 1997 and June 2, 1997. From June 3, 1997, daily VLBI observations are performed only with the real-time VLBI system with 256Mbps recording speed.

KASHIMA-KOGANEI Baseline (Blue:Tape-based Red:Real-time)

KASHIMA-MIURA Baseline (Blue:Tape-based Red:Real-time)

KASHIMA-TATEYAMA Baseline (Blue:Tape-based Red:Real-time)

KOGANEI-MIURA Baseline (Blue:Tape-based Red:Real-time)

KOGANEI-TATEYAMA Baseline (Blue:Tape-based Red:Real-time)

TATEYAMA-MIURA Baseline (Blue:Tape-based Red:Real-time)

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Last Update: Fri June 13 15:58:36 JST 1997

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