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Rapid Global TEC Maps ››

Running Log

  • 2020-09-19,06:30:01@IRIS is beginning to process global GNSS data on 9/18,2020(DOY:262).
  • 2020-09-19,06:30:01@IRIS is starting to download ephemeris and GNSS data.
  • 2020-09-19,06:33:56@Data are downloaded. Time consumption:3.8864 minutes.
  • 2020-09-19,06:35:56@Preprocessing is done. Time consumption:1.9885 minutes.
  • 2020-09-19,07:09:09@Data processing is completed. Time consumption:33.204 minutes.
  • 2020-09-19,07:09:09@Well done. Total consumption:39.137 minutes. IONEX products and web pages will be updated in a few minutes.
  • 2020-09-19,07:09:18@IRIS completed product visualization.
  • 2020-09-19,07:09:22@IRIS just pushed the latest products and updated the web pages.
  • 2020-09-19,07:09:22@Job rapid is finished. by IRIS 2.0

Run Time Statistics

Precision (Unit:TECU)

Sigma Mean residuals STD residuals RMS residuals
2.378 0.043 3.198 3.198

Global TEC Maps (Unit:TECU)

GIM

Global TEC Maps (Unit:TECU)

Satellite DCB (Unit:ns)

GIM,DCB

Frequency Distribution of Residuals (Unit:%)

residuals

Frequency Distribution of Absolute Residuals (Unit:%)

residuals

Frequency Distribution of Observed Satellites (Unit:%)

Satellites

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References

  • Wang, C., C. Shi*, H. Zhang and L. Fan, Improvement of global ionospheric VTEC maps using the IRI 2012 ionospheric empirical model, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics Vol. 146, 2016, pp. 186-193.

  • Wang, C.*, Shi, C.*, Fan, L., & Zhang, H. Improved Modeling of Global Ionospheric Total Electron Content Using Prior Information. Remote Sensing, 2018, 10(1), 63.

  • Roma-Dollase, D., M. Hernández-Pajares*, A. Krankowski, K. Kotulak, R. Ghoddousi-Fard, Y. Yuan, Z. Li, H. Zhang, C. Shi and C. Wang, et al. Consistency of seven different GNSS global ionospheric mapping techniques during one solar cycle. Journal of Geodesy, 2017.11 (4):1432-1394.

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