M. Kuźmicz-Cieślak and E. C. Pavlis, Implementing the New ILRS CRD Data Format, Proceedings of the 16th International Workshop on Laser Ranging, https://cddis.nasa.gov/lw16/docs/papers/sof_4_Kuzmicz_Cieslak_p.pdf
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The new CRD format is now set to replace the current formats used to disseminate the ILRS data. Stations are expected to pass compliance tests and then submit their data in CRD by sometime in 2010. We have used data provided in the new format to generate test results, and put in place the process by which we will be "digesting" such data into the current analysis scheme at the JCET AC (using NASA's GEODYN). We will show results obtained using a small sample data set of NP from MLRS. These will be compared to the nominal results obtained from the exact same data set provided in the current ILRS format. Our intention is that following the Poznan workshop, the JCET AC will be ready to accept CRD data from the ILRS network in order to validate stations that wish to convert to this format.
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