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|Authors: ||Castellano, M.*|
|Title: ||Stazioni sismiche obsolete: il recupero del Sistema Lennartz PCM 5800|
|Title of journal: ||Quaderni di Geofisica|
|Series/Report no.: ||/ 48 (2007)|
|Issue Date: ||2007|
|Keywords: ||seismic station|
|Abstract: ||The modern digital seismic stations are provided with 24 bit A/D converters, high capacity recording systems and broad-band seismometers. Nevertheless, few tens year old seismic stations can be still able to give an useful contribution to seismic monitoring. Some out-of-date seismic stations, such as the Lennartz PCM 5800, are characterized by the data acquisition in trigger mode on magnetic tape, allowing a continuous recording time of about 90 minutes. We have checked the possibility to substitute the Uher tape recorder of the Lennartz PCM 5800 stations with modern digital recorder, in order to give a new life to these stations.
Several type of digital recorders have been tried. According to the results of our trials, the Hi-MiniDisc (Hi-MD) recorder is resulted the most useful one. This apparatus records on 1GB magneto-optical disks with a continuous recording time up to about 8 hours. This time allows to record about 500 trigger windows of about 50-60 seconds on one disk, about 5 time the old magnetic tape. According with these results, the Lennartz PCM 5800 digital seismic stations can be useful during seismic experiments or as a support of the Permanent Seismic Networks at local and regional scale.|
|Appears in Collections:||04.06.06. Surveys, measurements, and monitoring|
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