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  • Title: 4.3 Message segmentation
    Descriptive info: 4.. 3 Message segmentation.. During this step, messages are segmented according to their format.. A segment is defined by a position in a message, a length in bits and a specific type of binary decoding.. This segment is called a binary element.. There are.. three types of binary elements:.. a.. standard element.. ,.. checksum.. block.. (set of standard elements repeated n times in a message).. Binary segmentation is determined by the platform manufacturer.. Standard element.. A.. standard element is a series of bits which, after decoding, provides a value.. (integer or real) or a string.. Checksum.. checksum is an encoded binary element used to validate the  ...   to processing center.. Using an encoding algorithm, the platform computes a sum and encodes it in the message.. Argos processing uses the same algorithm to decode this sum.. If the two sums are identical, the message is considered to be valid.. Checksums only apply to parts of Argos messages.. Several checksums may be encoded in one message.. Block.. block is a binary element of fixed length repeated n times and containing one or more standard elements.. The block may have a fixed or variable length.. This type of element is used to declare measurement sets (e.. g.. Temperature-Salinity-Pressure triplets) repeated several times in an Argos message..

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  • Title: 4.4 Data decoding
    Descriptive info: 4 Data decoding.. Data decoding converts a.. raw binary value into a physical value.. The first step consists in decoding the binary elements.. The data can be computed from two binary elements.. The second step is to.. restore the physical value using a transfer function.. Once processed, the data (or physical values) are defined by an output format:.. Decimal.. (e.. 158).. Hexadecimal.. 9E).. Scientific.. (0.. 158E + 3).. The main transfer functions available to convert your data are listed in the table below:.. Transfer function.. Description.. = 4 typeof(BSPSPopupOnMouseOver) == 'function') BSPSPopupOnMouseOver(event);" class="BSSCPopup" onclick="BSSCPopup('curveb1.. htm');return false;">B1 Curve.. Calibration table: linear function.. = 4 typeof(BSPSPopupOnMouseOver) == 'function') BSPSPopupOnMouseOver(event);" class="BSSCPopup"  ...   onclick="BSSCPopup('curveb4.. htm');return false;">B4 Curve.. Polynomial function (5th degree) with one compensating sensor.. Exponential.. Exponential function with a compensating sensor.. Identity.. Decimal conversion of the raw value without transfer function.. Polynomial XY.. Polynomial function (4th degree) with one or two compensating sensors.. Polynomial XZY.. Polynomial function (3rd degree) with 2 or 3 compensating sensors.. Weather modules.. Specific modules for calibration of weather data.. Lookup Table.. Table converting decimal data into characters.. Table.. Extraction of a physical value from a table.. If your calibration does not correspond to these standard functions, it may be possible to develop a specific processing module (software module), subject to acceptance by Argos processing experts..

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  • Title: Content
    Descriptive info: Argos User's Manual.. 1.. Introduction.. 2.. System components.. 3.. Location calculations.. Data processing.. 1 Overview.. 2 Message format recognition.. 5 Observation processing.. 6 Should I choose observations or messages?.. 6.. 1 Observation processing.. 2 Message processing.. B1 Curve.. B2 Curve.. B3 Curve.. B4 Curve.. 5.. How to open an Argos account.. 6.. How to access Argos data..

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  • Title: B1 Curve
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  • Title: Content
    Descriptive info: 1 Obtaining a program.. 1.. 1 Filling out an SUA form and ID number request form.. 2 Choosing the services (price list).. 3 Filling out the service contract/order form.. 4 Receiving confirmation of program creation.. 2 Managing a program.. 3 Modifying program parameters.. 4 Terminating a program..

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  • Title: Content
    Descriptive info: 2.. 1 Testing and deploying platforms.. 2 Accessing data.. 3 Choosing value-added services.. 4 Settling invoices..

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  • Title: 5.3 Modifying program parameters
    Descriptive info: Examples:.. Changing data access codes.. Requesting creation of subprograms: if required, users can create subprograms for easier management of their platforms in subgroups.. Requesting new ID number.. User Services is the dedicated point of contact for any modification to programs, platforms or services.. Modifications can only be taken into account if confirmed in writing.. Modifying platform technical parameters.. Platform technical parameters, such as message format or maximum speed of movement, are very important parameters and should be verified.. It is important for platform speed to be realistic, because this value is used in the movement model and also by quality controls.. We recommend that users verify this value  ...   typos or other errors when entering this value.. If the value does not correspond to your platform, you can easily modify this information on line.. You can also contact the.. User Office.. for help.. Turning in Identification Numbers.. If a platform is no longer used, its ID number must be turned in for recycling and reassignment to a future program.. This simply requires informing User Services once it is certain that the platform is permanently out of use and will no longer transmit.. Modification of services.. Subscribing to ArgosDirect, ArgosShare, ArgosMonitor.. Activating the "location plus"/ "auxiliary location processing (ALP)" service.. Transmit meteorological data on the GTS (Global Telecommunication System)..

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  • Title: 5.4 Terminating a program
    Descriptive info: To terminate a program, users must be certain that the platforms will no longer transmit and must turn in the corresponding ID numbers.. They must then request permanent deletion by writing to their User Services.. However, if users wish to keep the program for a future project, the corresponding SUA must be renewed upon its expiration date, if necessary redefining the program objective.. User Services is the dedicated point of contact for terminating a program.. Termination can only be taken into account if confirmed in writing..

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  • Title: 6.1 Overview
    Descriptive info: Here are several ways to access Argos data:.. ArgosWeb.. ArgosWeb,.. www.. argos-system.. org.. , is a secure website that allows users to consult their locations in map format or download all collected data.. ArgosServer.. ArgosServer allows users to remotely access their Argos data with TELNET.. ArgosDirect.. ArgosDirect automatically delivers data to  ...   to share data with their colleagues and collaborators.. ArgosMonitor.. ArgosMonitor monitors platform state, position, and sensor data values, alerting users of any change in state by e-mail, SMS or fax.. WebServices.. Argos WebService is a machine-to-machine interface that distributes Argos positions, error estimates,diagnostic data, raw messages and sensor data via internet..

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  • Title: Content
    Descriptive info: 2 ArgosWeb.. 1 Why use ArgosWeb.. 2 Capabilities of ArgosWeb.. 3 ArgosServer.. 4 ArgosDirect.. 5 ArgosShare.. 6 ArgosMonitor.. 7 WebServices.. 8 GTS..

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  • Title: Content
    Descriptive info: 3.. 1 Accessing Argos data via Telnet.. 2 Data formats.. 3 List of commands.. 4 View most recent results: COM command.. 5 View results from the current day and the past 9 days: PRV command.. 6 Get diagnostic results: DIAG and PRV/A commands.. 7 Get compressed results: /C.. 8 Secure SSH connection..

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