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Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 62, Number 10, October 1981

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 62, Number 10, October 1981 ISSN 0003-0007 AUTOMATIC WORLDWIDE RECEPTION OF WEATHER SATELLITE FACSIMILE TRANSMISSIONS with ALDEN Satellite Ground Receiving Systems ALDEN offers three satellite ground receiving systems designed to receive sharply detailed pictures from orbiting satellites such as NOAA and TIROS-N and synchronous meteorological satellites (WEFAX MODE) GOES-E, GOES-W, METEOSAT and GMS (LR-FAX). Each system is dedicated to its weather satellite mission and includes all necessary antennas, preamplifiers, telemetry receivers, facsimile recorders and system consoles .. . all human engineered for easy installation, operation and maintenance. ALDEN APTS-3B SATELLITE GROUND RECEIVING STATION The ALDEN APTS-3B Satellite Ground Receiving Station, the uni- versal system, is designed to receive satellite pictures and weather charts from: • Orbiting weather satellites • Synchronous meteorological satellites • HF radiofacsimile broadcasts • Landline facsimile networks This station incorporates an omni-directional antenna which elimi- nates satellite tracking and permits unattended operation. The oper- Four quadrant mosaic from GOES-E showing South America, adjacent ator need only select the frequency for the desired satellite; when the waters, the Caribbean, Central and North America. A storm is shown off signal is present, the ALDEN APTS Recorder and tape recorder the east coast of the United States and Canada. Recorded on the automatically start http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 62, Number 10, October 1981

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 62 (10): 1 – Oct 1, 1981

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1520-0477
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Abstract

ISSN 0003-0007 AUTOMATIC WORLDWIDE RECEPTION OF WEATHER SATELLITE FACSIMILE TRANSMISSIONS with ALDEN Satellite Ground Receiving Systems ALDEN offers three satellite ground receiving systems designed to receive sharply detailed pictures from orbiting satellites such as NOAA and TIROS-N and synchronous meteorological satellites (WEFAX MODE) GOES-E, GOES-W, METEOSAT and GMS (LR-FAX). Each system is dedicated to its weather satellite mission and includes all necessary antennas, preamplifiers, telemetry receivers, facsimile recorders and system consoles .. . all human engineered for easy installation, operation and maintenance. ALDEN APTS-3B SATELLITE GROUND RECEIVING STATION The ALDEN APTS-3B Satellite Ground Receiving Station, the uni- versal system, is designed to receive satellite pictures and weather charts from: • Orbiting weather satellites • Synchronous meteorological satellites • HF radiofacsimile broadcasts • Landline facsimile networks This station incorporates an omni-directional antenna which elimi- nates satellite tracking and permits unattended operation. The oper- Four quadrant mosaic from GOES-E showing South America, adjacent ator need only select the frequency for the desired satellite; when the waters, the Caribbean, Central and North America. A storm is shown off signal is present, the ALDEN APTS Recorder and tape recorder the east coast of the United States and Canada. Recorded on the automatically start

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Published: Oct 1, 1981

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