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2 MDSR per MDS 1 forward sweep 1 reverse sweep
2 MDSRs per MDS 1 forward sweep 1 reverse sweep
LOS calibration GADS
Spectral Lines MDS
P T Retrieval MW ADS
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P t Retrieval GADS
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Inverse LOS VCM matrices MDS
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MDS2 -- 1 mdsr forward sweep 1 mdsr reverse
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General GADS
Priority of p T retrieval occupation matices
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MIP_NLE_2P SPH
Summary Quality ADS
Instrument and Processing Parameters ADS
Microwindows occupation matrices for p T and trace gas retrievals
Scan information MDS
Level 2 product SPH
MDS1 -- 1 mdsr forward sweep 1 mdsr reverse sweep
H2O Target Species MDS
P T and Height Correction Profiles MDS
Continuum Contribution and Radiance Offset MDS
Structure ADS
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Residual Spectra mean values and standard deviation data ADS
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Instrument and Processing Parameters ADS
Microwindows Occupation Matrices ADS
Scan Information MDS
1 MDSR per MDS
Scan Geolocation ADS
Mipas Level 1B SPH
Calibrated Spectra MDS
Structure ADS
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Offset Calibration ADS
Scan Information ADS
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Gain Calibration ADS #2
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Level 0 SPH
DSD#1 for MDS containing VMR retrieval microwindows data
DSD for MDS containing p T retrieval microwindows data
VMR #1 retrieval microwindows ADS
P T retrieval microwindows ADS
1 MDSR per MDS
VMR profiles MDS (same format as for MIP_IG2_AX)
Temperature profiles MDS (same format as for MIP_IG2_AX)
Pressure profile MDS (same format as for MIP_IG2_AX)
P T continuum profiles MDS (same format as for MIP_IG2_AX)
GADS General (same format as for MIP_IG2_AX)
Level 0 MDSR
Values of unknown parameters MDS
Computed spectra MDS
Jacobian matrices MDS
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Data depending on occupation matrix location ADS
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LUTs for p T retrieval microwindows MDS
GADS General
P T retrieval microwindows ADS
ILS Calibration GADS
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MIP_MW1_AX: Level 1B Microwindow dictionary
MIP_IG2_AX: Initial Guess Profile data
MIP_FM2_AX: Forward Calculation Results
MIP_CS2_AX: Cross Sections Lookup Table
MIP_CS1_AX: MIPAS ILS and Spectral calibration
MIP_CO1_AX: MIPAS offset validation
MIP_CL1_AX: Line of sight calibration
MIP_CG1_AX: MIPAS Gain calibration
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MIP_PS2_AX: Level 2 Processing Parameters
MIP_PS1_AX: Level 1B Processing Parameters
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MIP_OM2_AX: Microwindow Occupation Matrix
MIP_MW2_AX: Level 2 Microwindows data
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MIP_RW__0P: MIPAS Raw Data and SPE Self Test Mode
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MIP_NL__1P: MIPAS Geolocated and Calibrated Spectra
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MIP_NL__2P: MIPAS Temperature , Pressure and Atmospheric Constituents Profiles
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6.5.37 Calibrated Spectra MDS

Table 6.60 Calibrated Spectra MDS

Calibrated Spectra MDS

# Description Units Count Type Size
Data Record
0 dsr_time
ZPD crossing time (MJD)MJD time format is described in Annex A.
MJD 1 mjd 12 byte(s)
1 quality_flag
Quality indicator (PCD). """"0""""=non-corrupted, """"1""""=one or more bands corrupted, """"-1""""=blank MDSR
flag 1 BooleanFlag 1 byte(s)
2 seq_id
Sequential ID counter

The sweep ID counter is a sequential counter that starts at 0 for each output file. It identifies each sweep contained within an output file (level 1B product).

- 1 us 2 byte(s)
3 sc_pos
S/C position vector in earth-fixed reference
km 3 db 3*8 byte(s)
4 los_ang
LOS pointing angles (azimuth and elevation)
degrees 2 db 2*8 byte(s)
5 loc_1
Geodetic tangent point geolocation (limb and error)
km 2 db 2*8 byte(s)
6 loc_2
Geodetic latitude and geographic longtitude of the tangent point geolocation (lat. then long.)
- 1 loc_2Struct 8.0 byte(s)
a lat
Latitude
(1e-6) degrees 1 GeoCoordinate 4 byte(s)
b lon
Longitude
(1e-6) degrees 1 GeoCoordinate 4 byte(s)
7 rad_earth
Radius of earth surface curvature in looking direction at nadir of LOS tangent point
km 1 db 8 byte(s)
8 range_rate
Earth fixed target to satellite range rate
km/s 1 db 8 byte(s)
9 alt_rate
Geodetic altitude rate of the target
km/s 1 db 8 byte(s)
10 igm_limit
Interferogram min/max at ADC for each detector.

Order: min for detectors A1, A2,...,D2 followed by max for A1, A2, ...,D2

- 16 ss 16*2 byte(s)
11 sweep_id
Sweep ID counter (as in source packet)
- 1 us 2 byte(s)
12 ins_mode
Instrument mode/activity
- 1 us 2 byte(s)
13 com_sweep
Last commanded number of sweeps
- 1 us 2 byte(s)
14 rel_pos
Relative position of current sweep in scan
- 1 us 2 byte(s)
15 dop_strch
Doppler stretching factor calculated
- 1 db 8 byte(s)
16 num_spikes
Number of detected/corrected spikes. Result of spike detection/correction for the current sweep and for each of the 6 channels/bands (A1, A2, B1, B2, C, and D). Are stored the number of spikes detected/corrected, the location of the bad pixel and the amplitude of the spikes (for the 10 highest) and the number and average of the remaining spikes. It is assumed that all detected spikes are corrected.
- 6 us 6*2 byte(s)
17 spike_pos
Spike positions in the interferogramPosition of spike given in sampling number for each band.

Ordered as follow: Channel A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, D2

- 60 ul 60*4 byte(s)
18 spike_amp
Spike amplitudes.

Amplitude (complex) of spike is given in arbitrary or normalized units as given at the output of the instrument. Ordered as follow: Channel A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, D2

- 120 db 120*8 byte(s)
19 remain_spike
Number of remaining detected/corrected spikes

Ordered as follow: Channel A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, D2

- 6 us 6*2 byte(s)
20 avg_amp
Average amplitudes of remaining detected (absolute values)

Ordered as follow: Channel A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, D2

- 12 db 12*8 byte(s)
21 fringe_count
Commanded left and right fringe count

Extracted from Instrument Source Packet

- 2 ul 2*4 byte(s)
22 asp_pos
APS position at last scan gate start and stop (the variable name 'asp_pos' is not changed into 'aps_pos' to avoid useless compiling errors)

Extracted from Instrument Source Packet

- 2 ul 2*4 byte(s)
23 num_errs
Number of detected/corrected fringe counter errors (relative fringe count error wrt the gain; i.e., the number of fringe counts (to left (-) or right(+)) the IGM is shifted to match the gain)
- 1 ss 2 byte(s)
24 sweep_dir
Sweep Direction

F = forward, R = reverse

ascii 1 AsciiString 1 byte(s)
25 band_val
Band Validity PCD (one value per band)

0=not corrupted, 2=corrupted due to transmission error, 4=corrupted due to observational validation

- 5 uc 5*1 byte(s)
26 detect_non_lin_flux
Detector non-linearity flux validity. (4 values, for detectors A1,A2,AB and B),""""0"""" = flux value is valid, """"1"""" = flux > upper threshold or < lower threshold
- 4 uc 4*1 byte(s)
27 warn_flag_isp
Warning flag in isp
- 1 us 2 byte(s)
28 error_flag_isp
Error flag in isp
- 1 us 2 byte(s)
29 spare_1
Spare
- 1 SpareField 18 byte(s)
30 band_a
Spectral data points band A Single precision floating point data is assumed for the calculated spectra. Amplitude of points is given in radiance units [W/(cm2 sr cm-1)]. The given data points are real. (NA points)
r.u. fl 4 byte(s)
31 band_ab
Spectral data points band AB Single precision floating point data is assumed for the calculated spectra. Amplitude of points is given in radiance units [W/(cm2 sr cm-1)]. The given data points are real. (NAB points)
r.u. fl 4 byte(s)
32 band_b
Spectral data points band B Single precision floating point data is assumed for the calculated spectra. Amplitude of points is given in radiance units [W/(cm2 sr cm-1)]. (NB points)
r.u. fl 4 byte(s)
33 band_c
Spectral data points band C Single precision floating point data is assumed for the calculated spectra. Amplitude of points is given in radiance units [W/(cm2 sr cm-1)]. The given data points are real. (NC points)
r.u. fl 4 byte(s)
34 band_d
Spectral data points band D Single precision floating point data is assumed for the calculated spectra. Amplitude of points is given in radiance units [W/(cm2 sr cm-1)]. The given data points are real. (ND points)
r.u. fl 4 byte(s)
Record Length : 1501

DS_NAME : Calibrated Spectra MDS



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