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by Leif Kalla last modified Sep 08, 2004 12:22 PM

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File pkttool-1.116 by Leif Kalla — last modified Nov 10, 2014 11:12 PM
Small internal fix in ELS science packet class.
File pkttool-1.115.tar.gz by Leif Kalla — last modified Jan 08, 2008 08:58 AM
Force "tlm" format if no format is detected.
File Pkttool-1.114 by admin — last modified Nov 29, 2007 08:53 AM
<br> 1.) Fixed character encoding issues with:<br> # -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*- <br> 2.) Disabled autodetection of file format<br> (to allow reading of S/C hk files)<br> 3.) time fixes (minor)<br> - set conversion parameters for every packet<br> - fixed subsecond rounding for printout<br> 4.)Added check/support for "file://"-URLs<br> <br> Changes by Pär-Ola Nilsson (IRF)<br>
File Pkttool-1.111.tgz by Leif Kalla — last modified Mar 15, 2006 09:22 AM
1) this version is SPICE enabled. Take a look under spice subdirectory how to enable SPICE support for time conversions. (option is -S, but you have to compile modules... be prepared to install swig)<br> 2) New algorithm for fixing NPD TOF science time tags. It's better, in fact. <br> 3) A new option:<br> -r, --repair Fix some known correctable erros in data stream. These fixes includeNPD TOF mode science time tags and HK packet monitor values from ADC1and the 9th bit overflow in HK packets.<br> Where's the beef:<br> * by using -D option for sfdu(Z) or any other file you get essentially same results than -C produces.<br> * by using -D and -r options results are same than above but some errors are fixed in resulting file.<br> * by using -D, -r and -z RICE decompression is also removed in resulting file. Note, that you are not limited to .sfdu(Z) files, for example new .mtm files are supported <br>
File Pkttool-1.107.tgz by admin — last modified Sep 19, 2005 09:06 AM
1) metafile support. Pls, refer to fileReaders.py and metafile.example.mtm <br> 2) automatic correction NPD TOF science time tags (in interpret mode -i) <br> This fix can be applied in other tools by using packet.getScienceTime() method (at least in case of npd tof packets) to retrieve science time tag. <br> 3) local plugin directory. User (or locally made) plugins can be installed to <br> $HOME/.pkttool/plugin without using pkttool distribution directories.<br> 4) -q (--quiet) silent operation. <br> 5) -D ( --dump-file) to dump file contents (possibly filtered or processed) to specified file. With -q this can be used, for example, to to exactly same stuff than -C option does for .sfdu(Z) files.... <br> 6) Bug fixes <br>
File Pkttool-1.105.tgz by admin — last modified Jun 14, 2005 10:08 AM
Pkttool-1.105.tgz <br> 1) Queries are fixed, there was a lot of broken stuff around. <br> 2) plot_npi.py 'example' plugin is a lot more functional nowadays. <br> 3) -X 32 -B switches are tried automatically to files matching *.bin.* more on this in documentation --help and in codes <br> 4) -S spice compability mode. This is useful, if grabbing info for spice system. In fact, only effect so far is to show raw times (-t) in spice compatible format (sclk string, ie. soething like 1/47878734.53224) <br> 5) -G deprecated. It can't be used, but the code is not removed, so that it can be restored, if needed.<br> 6) conf environment variable contains some extra info (version and command line paramters)
File pkttool-1.103 by admin — last modified Mar 10, 2005 02:31 PM
 
File Pkttool-1.101 by admin — last modified Dec 17, 2004 10:48 AM
 
File Pkttool-197 by Leif Kalla — last modified Dec 17, 2004 10:44 AM
Tuuka Säles pkttool
Folder src by Leif Kalla — last modified Sep 08, 2004 11:33 AM
 
File sfdu2tmpacket by Leif Kalla — last modified Sep 08, 2004 11:31 AM
Convert SFDU format to EGSE tlm.
Page SPICE by Mats Holmström — last modified Nov 11, 2005 07:58 AM
“SPICE” comes from Spacecraft, Planet, Instrument, C-matrix, and Events. This system also includes a collection of software collectively known as the SPICE Toolkit. The principle component of the SPICE Toolkit is a subroutine library. A SPICE customer typically includes a few modules from this library in her/his own application program to access ancillary data from one or more SPICE data files (also known as SPICE “kernels”) and to then compute derived geometric quantities of interest such as latitude and longitude, altitude, and lighting angles. The SPICE Toolkit is available for most popular computing environments, and comes ready-built, well tested, and highly documented. The SPICE library is available in ANSI FORTRAN 77 (SPICELIB), ANSI C (CSPICE) and as interfaces for Interactive Data Language (Icy).
File blocked-1.0.tgz by Mats Holmström — last modified May 05, 2009 12:26 PM
The ASPERA-3 and -4 sensor field of views (FOVs) can be blocked by spacecraft structures. Using the Matlab function blocked.m, one can find out if a sector FOV intersects some parts of the spacecraft.
File NPI and NPD field of view obstructions on Mars and Venus Express by Mats Holmström — last modified May 05, 2009 12:29 PM
 
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