Neustrelitz Beacon TEC Data
The Beacon receiver in Neustrelitz (53.3°N / 13.1°E / 116 m) is monitoring TEC since 2007. The relative, i.e. uncalibrated TEC, is derived by computing the differential phase of both transmitted signals at 150 and 400 MHz.
Next to measuring the signal strength, the scintillation index S4, a measure of signal strength fluctuations, is also presented. Furthermore the projected measurement path between the beacon receiver at DLR Neustrelitz and the respective satellite is shown.
|Input sampling rates||TBD|
|Reliability of data source||Data is preprocessed by DLR|
|Region of sensors||Germany|
|Sensors||Neustrelitz 53.33°, 13.070°, 115 m, 0 hrs|
|Single layer shell height||400 km|
|Boundaries of grid||n.a.|
|Time information||UTC Time|
|Reference coordinate system||ECEF coordinate system with WGS84 reference ellipsoid|