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General Information

Station Name East Corrimal Image of CORS Antenna 
Partner(s) NSW Public Works and Geoscience Australia
Status (not a live update) Operational
CORSnet-NSW Release Date May 2015
Station Code ECOR
SCIMS Number TS 12251
Receiver LEICA GR25
Antenna LEIAR10         NONE
Antenna Height (ARP) 0.000 m
IGS Site Log text file
(log 10 kb)

 

GNSS Tracking Settings

GPS L2C L5 GLONASS Galileo BeiDou QZSS SBAS
ON OFF OFF ON OFF N/A N/A OFF

Note: ON = Available and Enabled, OFF = Available but Not Enabled, N/A = Not Available

 

CORSnet-NSW Horizontal Coordinates

Datum Coordinate Source
X GDA94(2010) -4605159.687 Reg 13
Y GDA94(2010) 2562060.044 Reg 13
Z GDA94(2010) -3580936.896 Reg 13
Latitude GDA94(2010) -34 22 32.23877 Reg 13
Longitude GDA94(2010) 150 54 38.95196 Reg 13
Easting MGA94(2010)
Zone 56
307906.550 Reg 13
Northing MGA94(2010)
Zone 56
6194216.640 Reg 13
Easting 2 MGA94(2010)
Zone -
- -
Northing 2 MGA94(2010)
Zone -
- -
Note: These horizontal coordinates are different to those found in SCIMS Online, which are GDA(1997) coordinates. SCIMS Online values for CORS are determined by local tie surveys which connect to the local survey control network.

 

CORSnet-NSW Heights

Datum Value (m) Source
Ellipsoidal Height, h GDA94(2010) 42.771 Reg 13
Derived AHD71 Height (1998) Approximate AHD71 21.590 h-N (LPI Calculated)
N value (1998) AUSGeoid98 21.181 Geoscience Australia
Derived AHD71 Height (2009) Approximate AHD71 21.645 h-N (LPI Calculated)
N value (2009) AUSGeoid09 21.126 Geoscience Australia
Note: These heights are different to those found in SCIMS Online, which are local AHD71 heights. SCIMS Online values for CORS are determined by local tie surveys which connect to the local survey control network.

 

GNSS Monitoring

Graph not yet available. Note: The above graph indicates the long term stability of a CORSnet-NSW station and does not represent actual daily movement. The results are calculated daily and trends are monitored by CORSnet-NSW staff. The diagrams shown are currently updated monthly. Daily differences in CORS position at the millimetre-level are within the limits (noise level) of current LPI processing techniques.

 

Reference Mark Monitoring

Monitoring survey not available for this CORS.

Note: The above tables quantify the movement of the CORS pillar with respect to local reference marks. Surveys are carried out at installation and then after 6 months, 18 months and every two years thereafter. The techniques used, as specified by Geoscience Australia, achieve sub-millimetre precision and can detect minute movements in position or height.
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