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[McIDAS #UEB-667608]: Poor Signal Quality on GOES-East ADDE



Hi Fred,

re:
> Recently the East ADDE data has had excessive noise (band lines, flakes in
> image, etc.).  The NESDIS GOES East images do not show this image noise,
> so I suspect it is your antenna.  It could be pointed slightly off, or
> there could be  something in the feed horn such as a wasp nest.

Well, the dish pointing should not be the issue as this hasn't changed
recently.  I would suspect something like a wasp nest in the feed horn,
but the ingest routines are not logging any errors (!).  We are trying
everything we can figure to return GOES-East ingest back into service,
but nothing we have tried so far has worked.

re:
> I am now officially retired and living in Fort Collins.  I still plan
> on working with GOES data, and have a home Linux computer set up with
> Mcidas.

OK.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: UEB-667608
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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