Policy: SSG

OID: 1.3.112.4.4.2.1

Creation date: 2017-05-30 13:51:09

Update date: 2017-05-30 13:51:09

Status: Candidate


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Details External OID External Type External Type OID Type Semantic Definition Classifier Version Registration Rule Deprecated Unit Type Definition Configured Guard Condition References Status OID
FR The Antenna FR accepts as input the carrier signal that shall either be radiated into space or into a water load, provided the given FR instance has the transmit capability. <br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>It provides as output the carrier signal received from space to the Rtn401SpaceLinkCarrierRecept FR and the azimuth and elevation pointing angles to the TdmSegmentGen FR and to the RawRadiometricDataCollection FR, provided the given FR instance has the receive capability. The pointing angles are provided only while the antenna is in some form of auto-track mode.It provides as output the carrier signal received from space to the Rtn401SpaceLinkCarrierRecept FR and the azimuth and elevation pointing angles to the TdmSegmentGen FR and to the RawRadiometricDataCollection FR, provided the given FR instance has the receive capability. The pointing angles are provided only while the antenna is in some form of auto-track mode.<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>Note: An Antenna FR may be limited to 'transmit-only' or 'receive-only'.Note: An Antenna FR may be limited to 'transmit-only' or 'receive-only'. Antenna CSS Area Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1
E This event notifies any change of the antennaProductionStatus. antProdStatChange 1 CSS Area Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.2.1.1
1.3.112.4.4.1.1.5.1.1.1 V The event value reports the antennaProductionStatus value that applies since the notified antennaProductionStatusChange event occurred. antProdStatValue 1 CSS Area 'eventValue': 'EventValue': 'qualifiedValues': 'SequenceOfQualifiedValues': 'SEQUENCE OF QualifiedValues': 'qualifiedValues': 'TypeAndValueComplexQualified': 'typeAndValue': 'TypeAndValue': 'enumerated': SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF Enumerated (0 .. 3)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:sana="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>{ configured (0){ configured (0)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:sana="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, operational (1), operational (1)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:sana="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, interrupted (2), interrupted (2)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:sana="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, halted (3), halted (3)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:sana="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>}} Provisional
E This event notifies the loss of lock of the tracking receiver. antTrackingRxLoL 1 CSS Area Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.2.2.1
E This event notifies that gusts exceed the nominal wind speed the antenna can withstand in operation and therefore the antenna may have to be moved to its stow position. antWindSpeedWarning 1 CSS Area Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.2.3.1
D This directive permits setting of the controllable parameters of the Antenna FR type. antSetContrParams 1 CSS Area None Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.3.1.1
Q The directive qualifier specifies the FR instance the directive shall act on and contains a set of parameter identifier and parameter value pairs. To be valid, the parameter identifier must reference a controllable parameter of the antenna FR and the parameter value must be of the same type as the parameter value that shall be set. antContrParamIdsAndValues 1 CSS Area depends on the specific paramter(s) being set For the identification of the FR instance: <br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:sana="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>'directiveQualifier': 'functResourceDirQualifier': 'functResourceInstanceNumber': 'FunctionalResourceInstanceNumber': 'IntPos''directiveQualifier': 'functResourceDirQualifier': 'functResourceInstanceNumber': 'FunctionalResourceInstanceNumber': 'IntPos'<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:sana="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>For the identification of the parameter to be set:For the identification of the parameter to be set:<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:sana="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>'directiveQualifier': 'functResourceDirQualifier': 'functionalResourceQualifiers': 'DirectiveQualifierValues': 'setOfParamIdsAndValues': 'SetOfParameterIdsAndValues': 'parameterIdentifier': 'PublishedIdentifier''directiveQualifier': 'functResourceDirQualifier': 'functionalResourceQualifiers': 'DirectiveQualifierValues': 'setOfParamIdsAndValues': 'SetOfParameterIdsAndValues': 'parameterIdentifier': 'PublishedIdentifier'<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:sana="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>For the parameter value:For the parameter value:<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:sana="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>'directiveQualifier': 'functResourceDirQualifier': 'functionalResourceQualifiers': 'DirectiveQualifierValues': 'setOfParamIdsAndValues': 'SetOfParameterIdsAndValues': 'parameterValue': 'TypeAndValueComplexQualified''directiveQualifier': 'functResourceDirQualifier': 'functionalResourceQualifiers': 'DirectiveQualifierValues': 'setOfParamIdsAndValues': 'SetOfParameterIdsAndValues': 'parameterValue': 'TypeAndValueComplexQualified'<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:sana="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>The remainder of the path depends on the type of the value of the parameter that shall be set.The remainder of the path depends on the type of the value of the parameter that shall be set. Provisional
P This parameter reports the antenna elevation pointing in 1/1000 degrees commanded to the servo system, where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing to the horizon and 90 degrees corresponds to zenith pointing. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 90 degrees may be reported in cases where the antenna enables such elevation range as to mitigate the azimuth singularity at zenith. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity. antCommandedElevation 1 CSS Area 1/1000 degree SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF IntUnsigned (0 .. 180000) Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.6.1
P This parameter identifies the antenna that is involved in providing a given support. So far, these antenna identifiers are typically defined by the operating agency so that no guarantee can be given that the identifier is globally unique. Knowledge of which antenna is being used is needed for a number of aspects, e.g. to assess the observed signal levels with respect to the antenna performance or to perform time correlation that requires knowledge of the exact location of the given antenna.<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>Note: In case the antennas used for uplink and downlink are not identical, the Functional Resource (FR) instance number shall be used to differentiate them. As concerns antenna arraying, it is assumed that each array is associated with a name constituting a single functional resource.Note: In case the antennas used for uplink and downlink are not identical, the Functional Resource (FR) instance number shall be used to differentiate them. As concerns antenna arraying, it is assumed that each array is associated with a name constituting a single functional resource. antId 1 CSS Area SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF VisibleString (SIZE(3..16)) Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.1.1
1.3.112.4.4.1.1.5.1.1.1 P This enumerated parameter reports the overall status of the antenna and can take on four values: <br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>- 'configured': the antenna system has been configured, but is not yet tracking because it is still moving to the initial pointing or the spacecraft is not yet or no longer in view; - 'configured': the antenna system has been configured, but is not yet tracking because it is still moving to the initial pointing or the spacecraft is not yet or no longer in view; <br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/> - 'operational': the antenna is tracking in the reported pointing mode (cf. antennaPointingMode); - 'operational': the antenna is tracking in the reported pointing mode (cf. antennaPointingMode); <br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/> - 'interrupted': a failure has been detected that prevents the antenna from tracking nominally; - 'interrupted': a failure has been detected that prevents the antenna from tracking nominally; <br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/> - 'halted': the antenna has been taken out of service, e.g. due to wind speed requiring the antenna to be put into stow position. - 'halted': the antenna has been taken out of service, e.g. due to wind speed requiring the antenna to be put into stow position. antProdStat 1 CSS Area SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF Enumerated (0 .. 3)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>{ configured (0){ configured (0)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, operational (1), operational (1)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, interrupted (2), interrupted (2)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, halted (3), halted (3)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>}} Setting of the antProdStat to 'operational' or 'interrupted' by means of the directive antSetContrParams is not permissible. Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.2.1
P This parameter reports the precipitation rate in mm/h as observed during the most recent hour. antPrecipitationRate 1 CSS Area mm/h SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF IntUnsigned (0 .. 100) Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.22.1
P This parameter reports the current antenna azimuth pointing in 1/1000 degrees, where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing north and 90 degrees corresponds to pointing east. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 360 degrees may be reported in cases where the antenna enables such azimuth range as to mitigate the cable unwrap issue. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity.<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>Note: Time-tagged antenna pointing is regarded a radiometric product and therefore not part of monitoring. Note: Time-tagged antenna pointing is regarded a radiometric product and therefore not part of monitoring. antActualAzimuth 1 CSS Area 1/1000 degree SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF IntUnsigned (0 .. 540000) Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.3.1
P This parameter reports the current antenna elevation pointing in 1/1000 degrees, where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing to the horizon and 90 degrees corresponds to zenith pointing. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 90 degrees may be reported in cases where the antenna enables such elevation range as to mitigate the azimuth singularity at zenith. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity. antActualElevation 1 CSS Area 1/1000 degree SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF IntUnsigned (0 .. 180000) Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.4.1
P This parameter reports the azimuth pointing in 1/1000 degrees commanded to the servo system, where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing north and 90 degrees corresponds to pointing east. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 360 degrees may be reported in cases where the antenna enables such azimuth range as to mitigate the cable unwrap issue. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity. antCommandedAzimuth 1 CSS Area 1/1000 degree SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF IntUnsigned (0 .. 540000) Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.5.1
FR The RtnAfTsProvider accepts as input the frame provided by the RtnTmSyncAndChnlDecoding and the RtnOfflineFrameBuffer FRs. RtnAfTsProvider CSS Area Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.29
P This parameter reports the azimuth in 1/1000 degrees the antenna shall point to when the pointing-mode is set to 'point', where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing north and 90 degrees corresponds to pointing east. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 360 degrees may be supported in cases where the antenna enables such azimuth range as to mitigate the cable unwrap issue. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity. antControlledAzimuth 1 CSS Area 1/1000 degrees SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF IntUnsigned (0 .. 540000) None Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.7.1
P This parameter reports the elevation in 1/1000 degrees the antenna shall point to when the pointing-mode is set to 'point', where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing to the local horizon and 90 degrees corresponds to zenith pointing. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 90 degrees may be reported in cases where the antenna enables such elevation range as to mitigate the azimuth singularity at zenith. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity. antControlledElevation 1 CSS Area 1/1000 degrees SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF IntUnsigned (0 .. 180000) None Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.8.1
P The parameter reports the azimuth angular rate in 1/1000 degrees per second at which the antenna shall move when pointing-mode is set to 'slew'. antControlledAzimuthRate 1 CSS Area 1/1000 degrees/s SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF INTEGER None Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.9.1
P The parameter reports the elevation angular rate in 1/1000 degrees per second at which the antenna shall move when the antennaPointingMode is set to 'slew'. antControlledElevationRate 1 CSS Area 1/1000 degrees/s SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF INTEGER None Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.10.1
P This parameter reports the difference in 1/1000 degrees between the actual and the predicted azimuth. Consequently this parameter will only be valid if antennaPointingMode = ('auto-track' OR 'conical scan'). Antennas not having or not being operated in any closed-loop tracking mode cannot provide this parameter and in this case the parameter shall be flagged as unavailable. <br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>Note: Time-tagged antenna pointing is regarded a radiometric product and therfore not part of monitoring. Note: Time-tagged antenna pointing is regarded a radiometric product and therfore not part of monitoring. antAzimuthError 1 CSS Area 1/1000 degree SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF INTEGER (-54000 .. 540000) Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.11.1
P This parameter reports the difference in 1/1000 degrees between the actual and the predicted elevation. Consequently this parameter will only be valid if antennaPointingMode = ('auto-track' OR  'conical scan'). Antennas not having or not being operated in any closed-loop tracking mode cannot provide this parameter and in this case the parameter shall be flagged as unavailable. antElevationError 1 CSS Area 1/1000 degree SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF INTEGER (-18000 .. 180000) Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.12.1
P This parameter reports the relative humidity in % as observed by an outdoor meteorological sensor at the station. This parameter shall be flagged as invalid if the value from the meteo unit is invalid and it shall be flagged as unavailable if this parameter is not available at this time.<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>Note: Time-tagged meteo data (relative humidity, atmospheric pressure, temperature) is regarded a radiometric product and therefore not part of the monitoring data.Note: Time-tagged meteo data (relative humidity, atmospheric pressure, temperature) is regarded a radiometric product and therefore not part of the monitoring data. antRelativeHumidity 1 CSS Area % SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF IntUnsigned (0 .. 100) Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.23.1
P This parameter reports the atmospheric pressure in 1/100 Pa as observed by an outdoor meteorological sensor at the station. This parameter shall be flagged as invalid if the value from the meteo unit is invalid and it shall be flagged as unavailable if this parameter is not available at this time. antAtmosphericPressure 1 CSS Area 0.01 Pa SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF IntUnsigned (800 .. 1100) Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.24.1
P This enumerated parameter reports the pointing mode of the antenna servo system. The values this parameter can take on are:<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>- 'stow': the antenna is in or is moving to its stow position;- 'stow': the antenna is in or is moving to its stow position;<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>- 'halt': the antenna has been stopped in its current position;- 'halt': the antenna has been stopped in its current position;<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>- 'point': the antenna is moving or has moved to the specified azimuth and elevation;- 'point': the antenna is moving or has moved to the specified azimuth and elevation;<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>- 'slew': the antenna is moving at commanded angular rates;- 'slew': the antenna is moving at commanded angular rates;<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>- 'program-track': the antenna is pointed in accordance with spacecraft trajectory predicts;- 'program-track': the antenna is pointed in accordance with spacecraft trajectory predicts;<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>- 'conical scan': the antenna is performing a conical scan around the nominal pointing and applies offsets with respect to the predicts such that the observed signal strength is constant throughout the scan;- 'conical scan': the antenna is performing a conical scan around the nominal pointing and applies offsets with respect to the predicts such that the observed signal strength is constant throughout the scan;<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>- 'auto-track': the antenna pointing is driven by a tracking receiver that by means of a suitable feed (e.g. monopulse) determines an error signal both for azimuth and elevation.- 'auto-track': the antenna pointing is driven by a tracking receiver that by means of a suitable feed (e.g. monopulse) determines an error signal both for azimuth and elevation.<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>Antenna implementations will typically support only a subset of the above listed pointing modes.Antenna implementations will typically support only a subset of the above listed pointing modes. antPointingMode 1 CSS Area SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF Enumerated (0 .. 5)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>{ stow (0){ stow (0)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, halt (1), halt (1)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, point (2), point (2)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, slew (3), slew (3)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, programTrack (4), programTrack (4)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, conicalScan (5), conicalScan (5)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, autoTrack (6), autoTrack (6)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>}} If the antenna servo system does not support the pointing mode commanded by means of the antSetContrParams directive, the Functional Resource will reject the setting of the antPointingMode parameter with the diagnostic 'parameter out of range'.<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>antProdStat ≠ 'halted'antProdStat ≠ 'halted'<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>Setting antPointingMode to 'point' shall be rejected except if the parameters antControlledAzimuth and antControlledElevation have valid values.Setting antPointingMode to 'point' shall be rejected except if the parameters antControlledAzimuth and antControlledElevation have valid values.<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>Setting antPointingMode to 'slew' shall be rejected except if the parameters antControlledAzimuthRate and antControlledElevationRate have valid values. Setting antPointingMode to 'slew' shall be rejected except if the parameters antControlledAzimuthRate and antControlledElevationRate have valid values. Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.13.1
P This enumerated parameter reports the lock status of the tracking receiver and as such is only supported by antennas that support and are configured to operate in antPointingMode = 'auto-track' mode. The values the parameter may have are:<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>- 'locked': the tracking receiver has locked on the return link signal and consequently is driving the antenna pointing;- 'locked': the tracking receiver has locked on the return link signal and consequently is driving the antenna pointing;<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>- 'not locked': the tracking receiver is not locked on the return link signal and therefore cannot drive the antenna pointing. - 'not locked': the tracking receiver is not locked on the return link signal and therefore cannot drive the antenna pointing. <br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>As a consequence, the antPointingMode will have changed to 'program-track' and won't return to 'auto-track' until tracking receiver lock is (re-)acquired. If a tracking receiver is not available or not used, this parameter shall be flagged as undefined.As a consequence, the antPointingMode will have changed to 'program-track' and won't return to 'auto-track' until tracking receiver lock is (re-)acquired. If a tracking receiver is not available or not used, this parameter shall be flagged as undefined. antTrackingRxLockStat 1 CSS Area SEQUENCE (SIZE (1)) OF Enumerated (0 .. 1)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>{ locked (0){ locked (0)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>, notLocked (1), notLocked (1)<br xmlns="http://sanaregistry.org/r" xmlns:fr="http://sanaregistry.org/r"/>}} Provisional 1.3.112.4.4.2.1.1.1.14.1