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20030205: FSL 6-minute wind profiler data

>From: "Paul L. Sirvatka" <address@hidden>
>Organization: COD
>Keywords: 200301291659.h0TGx0618184 ldm-mcidas McIDAS FSL wind profiler

Hi Paul,

I started to send this to you last night, but I got diverted until now.
The message from FSL below makes comment about recent 6-minute profiler
data gaps.  The message is not definitive, but it goes a long way to
explaining the data gaps you are seeing.


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>To: Data Outage Page <address@hidden>,
>To: address@hidden,
>To: Point Data List <address@hidden>,
>To: address@hidden
>From: Jonathan Auerbach <address@hidden>
>Subject: Re: NOAANet Wind 6 min Prf
>Organization: NOAA/FSL/ITS/Systems Support Group
>Keywords: 200302041948.h14Jmd600402

NOAANet Wind 6 min Prf returned at 02/04/03 18:35Z though we continue to
see the ongoing, occasional gaps in data receipt. Solutions to this
ongoing problem are being looked in to.

On Tue, 2003-02-04 at 17:55, address@hidden wrote:
> PRODUCT: NOAANet Wind 6 min Prf
> Last received: 02/04/03 17:04Z
> Cause of outage unknown, investigation underway. 
Jonathan Auerbach 
NOAA/FSL/ITS/Systems Support Group

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