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Terence O'Hanlon Smith
 

David,
is Mersea Island close enough?

Regards,
Terence Smith

David Tyler wrote:

currently receiving NOAA APT polar images, wishing to upgrade to
Eumetsat. Computer adequate and have read david taylors web site for
info. Understand the set up is not that straight forward. Am trying to
fill in registratiom form. Would welcome advice. Anyone living near
Colchester in Essex. Thanks, David Tyler






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David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

David Tyler wrote:
currently receiving NOAA APT polar images, wishing to upgrade to
Eumetsat. Computer adequate and have read david taylors web site for
info. Understand the set up is not that straight forward. Am trying to
fill in registratiom form. Would welcome advice. Anyone living near
Colchester in Essex. Thanks, David Tyler
David,

You will find help on the GEO Web site, and in their excellent Quarterly Journal:

http://www.geo-web.org.uk/

In particular, they even have a section about filling in the EUMETSAT form:

http://www.geo-web.org.uk/eumreg.html

It's all relative straight-forward, as the hundreds of users on this group alone demonstrates. Any problems, and there's someone here to help!

By the way, you can also get the high-resolution AVHRR data (nine times better than the APT data) from polar orbiting satellites, free, from the same service and hardware. You just need to ask EUMETSAT to enable you for that service. This service is in trial mode right now. There is a Yahoo group dedicated to the reception of polar data over a EUMETCast system here:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AVHRR/

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----- Original Message -----
From: "David Tyler" <tyler@birchavenue.fsnet.co.uk>
To: <MSG-1@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Saturday, May 27, 2006 5:34 PM
Subject: [MSG-1] (unknown)


currently receiving NOAA APT polar images, wishing to upgrade to
Eumetsat. Computer adequate and have read david taylors web site for
info. Understand the set up is not that straight forward. Am trying to
fill in registratiom form. Would welcome advice. Anyone living near
Colchester in Essex. Thanks, David Tyler

David give us a phone tonight (after 19.30 as we are just in). It's a while
since I filled in my form but should be able to help ok.
Trust you still have my number since we last spoke.

Regards
Douglas.


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David Tyler
 

currently receiving NOAA APT polar images, wishing to upgrade to
Eumetsat. Computer adequate and have read david taylors web site for
info. Understand the set up is not that straight forward. Am trying to
fill in registratiom form. Would welcome advice. Anyone living near
Colchester in Essex. Thanks, David Tyler


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Re: An oddity: satellite icon not showing

Ulrich G. Kliegis
 

On 27 May 2006 at 14:35, David J Taylor wrote:

Interesting, I didn't know that made any difference. I tend to keep
all directories displayed in the "details" view and ordered by name.
That's my picture of the autostart too. The programs and links in
autostart will normally be started (that does not say which one is the
first to work) in the order in which they stand in the directory. If you
want to define the order different from what Windows wants, you can
change the names of the links by adding a prefix like

1snafu
2foo
3 bar

Just a dirty little workaround.

Cheers, tot zien, ciao, tschüß,

U. (who has cast out the bad machine that didn't work with the EKU
and is just setting up a 1 GHz Athlon machine as receiver)


Re: An oddity: satellite icon not showing

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

Graham wrote:
I Change the order in the startup via start / all programs/startup,
just drag it to second place. or after the DVB software.

Regards

Graham
Interesting, I didn't know that made any difference. I tend to keep all directories displayed in the "details" view and ordered by name.

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Re: An oddity: satellite icon not showing

gpwhitehead
 

I Change the order in the startup via start / all programs/startup, just drag it to second place. or after the DVB software.

Regards

Graham

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Graham wrote:
I had this David, what I did was set the t system to start up AFTER
the DVB receiver in the auto start up on boot, works ok now

Regards

Graham Whitehead
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Re: An oddity: satellite icon not showing

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Graham wrote:
I had this David, what I did was set the t system to start up AFTER
the DVB receiver in the auto start up on boot, works ok now
Regards
Graham Whitehead
Thanks, Graham. How did you alter the start order?

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Re: An oddity: satellite icon not showing

gpwhitehead
 

I had this David, what I did was set the t system to start up AFTER the DVB receiver in the auto start up on boot, works ok now

Regards

Graham Whitehead

----- Original Message -----
From: "Terence O'Hanlon Smith" <tohs@dial.pipex.com>
To: <MSG-1@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 3:22 PM
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] An oddity: satellite icon not showing


David,

this happened to me in the last 72 hrs on my W2000Pro RX
system. The wind had disturbed my dish and I updated the Technisat
software to the version with audible "beep" for signal strength.
(version 4.2.11 - probably everyone else has surpassed even this by now ).
The intial start of the program showed exactly what you describe. A
re-boot brought the icon back and it has remained in view when the
programme is running ever since, through subsequent opening and closing
of the program and frequency changes.

Regards, Terence.

David J Taylor wrote:

Folks,

I've just set up another PC for EUMETCast, and whilst it is working
correctly and receiving data, the green Server4PC satellite icon is not
showing in the system tray. This is an XP system and therefore different
to my other production systems. No, the icon isn't hidden (by XP
automatically hiding it!).

I'll probably just reboot the system, but has anyone else seen this
behaviour? Is there a setting which controls this?

Cheers,
David



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Re: Mising AVHRR segment

Bernard Burton
 

Many thanks David and Douglas. I am not sure why that segment was missed, but at about that time I was making a couple of changes in the XP/ Settings /Control Panel, (but not remotely connected with the MSGManager or AVHRR Manager) and am assuming that this somehow upset the Tellicast program. I do not seem to have missed anything else at all, just that one file missing according to the MSGManager log.

Regards
Bernard Burton
Wokingham, Berkshire, UK.

Satellite images at:
www.btinternet.com/~wokingham.weather/wwp.html

----- Original Message -----
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To: MSG-1@yahoogroups.com
Cc: AVHRR@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 4:02 PM
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] Mising AVHRR segment


Bernard Burton wrote:
> I seem to have missed a segment from the noaa18 orbit 05233, nominal
> minute 14:01. Is this just me, or was it not transmitted?
> Incidentally, I have noticed that the signal strength from the
> hotbird sat is down about 13 % here this afternoon.
>
> Regards
> Bernard Burton
> Wokingham, Berkshire, UK.

Bernard,

It was just you! The file: avhrr_20060526_140100_noaa18.hrp.bz2 was OK
here. I've cross-posted my reply to the AVHRR group.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AVHRR/

as someone there may also like to comment.



You can see the signal strength in Edinburgh here:

http://www.david-taylor.myby.co.uk/mrtg/Eumetcast.html

OK, apart from some rain between about 9 and 10 (UTC+1) this morning.

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R: An oddity: satellite icon not showing

Giuseppe Cico
 

That's a good news...
Ciao a tutti
Giuseppe
-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: MSG-1@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MSG-1@yahoogroups.com]Per conto di David
J Taylor
Inviato: venerdì 26 maggio 2006 16.20
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Oggetto: Re: [MSG-1] An oddity: satellite icon not showing


Thnaks Alan, Giuseppe, Nigel and Terence. A reboot cured the problem.

Cheers,
David


Re: Mising AVHRR segment

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

Bernard Burton wrote:
I seem to have missed a segment from the noaa18 orbit 05233, nominal
minute 14:01. Is this just me, or was it not transmitted?
Incidentally, I have noticed that the signal strength from the
hotbird sat is down about 13 % here this afternoon.

Regards
Bernard Burton
Wokingham, Berkshire, UK.
Bernard,

It was just you! The file: avhrr_20060526_140100_noaa18.hrp.bz2 was OK here. I've cross-posted my reply to the AVHRR group.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AVHRR/

as someone there may also like to comment.



You can see the signal strength in Edinburgh here:

http://www.david-taylor.myby.co.uk/mrtg/Eumetcast.html

OK, apart from some rain between about 9 and 10 (UTC+1) this morning.

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Re: Mising AVHRR segment

Douglas Deans <dsdeans@...>
 

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bernard Burton" <b.j.burton@btinternet.com>
To: <MSG-1@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 3:51 PM
Subject: [MSG-1] Mising AVHRR segment


I seem to have missed a segment from the noaa18 orbit 05233, nominal minute
14:01. Is this just me, or was it not transmitted?
Incidentally, I have noticed that the signal strength from the hotbird sat
is down about 13 % here this afternoon.

Regards
Bernard Burton
Wokingham, Berkshire, UK.
Bernard,

All of that pass was received here ok.
Unfortunately I don't save the individual segments so I can't offer to send
it.
My signal strength is the same as normal despite being overcast.....at least
the rain has gone off....for a short time !

Regards
Douglas.


Mising AVHRR segment

Bernard Burton
 

I seem to have missed a segment from the noaa18 orbit 05233, nominal minute 14:01. Is this just me, or was it not transmitted?
Incidentally, I have noticed that the signal strength from the hotbird sat is down about 13 % here this afternoon.

Regards
Bernard Burton
Wokingham, Berkshire, UK.

Satellite images at:
www.btinternet.com/~wokingham.weather/wwp.html


Re: An oddity: satellite icon not showing

Terence O'Hanlon Smith
 

David,

this happened to me in the last 72 hrs on my W2000Pro RX system. The wind had disturbed my dish and I updated the Technisat software to the version with audible "beep" for signal strength. (version 4.2.11 - probably everyone else has surpassed even this by now ).
The intial start of the program showed exactly what you describe. A re-boot brought the icon back and it has remained in view when the programme is running ever since, through subsequent opening and closing of the program and frequency changes.

Regards, Terence.

David J Taylor wrote:

Folks,

I've just set up another PC for EUMETCast, and whilst it is working correctly and receiving data, the green Server4PC satellite icon is not showing in the system tray. This is an XP system and therefore different to my other production systems. No, the icon isn't hidden (by XP automatically hiding it!).

I'll probably just reboot the system, but has anyone else seen this behaviour? Is there a setting which controls this?

Cheers,
David


Re: An oddity: satellite icon not showing

David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇪🇺
 

Thnaks Alan, Giuseppe, Nigel and Terence. A reboot cured the problem.

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Re: An oddity: satellite icon not showing

Alan Sewards <asewards@...>
 

David,
XP has a known bug which prevents icons showing up in the
notification area. There seem to be several causes or triggers, but one
solution which works sometimes for me is to put the PC into the user
mode where a username and password is demanded at boot time, whether or
not a password is used. This can be done in Control Panel/User
Accounts/Change the way users log on and off. When this is done, the
icons appear correctly most of the time. Hope it works for you!

Regards - Alan

David J Taylor wrote:

Folks,

I've just set up another PC for EUMETCast, and whilst it is working
correctly and receiving data, the green Server4PC satellite icon is not
showing in the system tray. This is an XP system and therefore different
to my other production systems. No, the icon isn't hidden (by XP
automatically hiding it!).

I'll probably just reboot the system, but has anyone else seen this
behaviour? Is there a setting which controls this?

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Re: An oddity: satellite icon not showing

Giuseppe Cico
 

David,
I'm using XP since my startup last year, and I don't remember any
particular setting...
Now I'm at work, but this evening I'll take a look...
Ciao
Giuseppe

Folks,

I've just set up another PC for EUMETCast, and whilst it is working
correctly and receiving data, the green Server4PC satellite icon is not
showing in the system tray. This is an XP system and therefore different
to my other production systems. No, the icon isn't hidden (by XP
automatically hiding it!).

I'll probably just reboot the system, but has anyone else seen this
behaviour? Is there a setting which controls this?

Cheers,
David
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Re: An oddity: satellite icon not showing

nigel heasman <nigel_heasman@...>
 

--- David J Taylor <gm8arv@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
Folks,

I've just set up another PC for EUMETCast, and whilst
it is working correctly and receiving data, the green
Server4PC satellite icon is not showing in the system
tray. This is an XP system and therefore different
to my other production systems. No, the icon isn't
hidden (by XP automatically hiding it!).

I'll probably just reboot the system, but has anyone
else seen this
behaviour? Is there a setting which controls this?

Cheers,
David
---------------------------------------------------
Hi David,
yes I've had that happen as well - doesn't seem to
affect the reception, just a bit odd!
The only way I've found to get it back is to reboot.
regards
Nigel