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Re: WISP32 tracking inaccurracy.



Did you "Redo Schedule" after you updated the keps?  They will eventually
update as new items are added to the schedule, but the old schedule entries
may still be from the previous keps.  I find no significant difference
between the WiSP16, WiSP32 and IT.

"Reid Bristor, Sr. Consultant" wrote:
> 
> I have recently installed the WSIP32 and noticed a problem with the accurracy
> (or lack there of) when tracking satellites. If I compare it to the WSIP16
> version
> it appears to be off by not only about 5 minutes in AOS and LOS times,
> but also in the azimuth and elevation values. As a result, it is not accurate
> enough to use.
> 
> When comparing WISP16 to Instantrack, the 2 (WISP16 & Instantrack) are
> very close in their predictions. I checkd to make sure the keps were
> up-to-date
> and in fact made sure both WISPS were using the same keperlian sets. I
> thought copying over the WISP16 WISP.KEP might be a problem and ran
> the update on the external kep file to make sure. I also checked and made
> sure my station values were set correct, such as elevation, latitude and
> longitude, etc.
> 
> Anyone with any ideas??
> 
> Reid Bristor
> Bristor Associates
> URL:    www.bristor-assoc.com
> Phone:  (407) 254-1265
> FAX:    (407) 253-1162
> 
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