|pass||% good||op.||total||hardware||software||% recovered||% recoverable||exp||notes|
|9907061434||98.80||HALCA Ku antenna wire-wrap|
|9907091831||99.20||Decoder clock not setting correctly|
|9907101236||99.52||Rack V overheated, costas unstable for short time|
|9907111602||99.80||Rack V overheated, costas unstable for short time|
|9907151951||99.53||W112p||HALCA 1 min late|
|9907161757||0.00||HALCA not commanded|
|9907162136||99.57||W112y||clock jump (T-storm), phase glitch|
|9907171628||93.69||6||6||Peltier failed again, antenna stopped tracking|
|9907181138||99.78||big phase jump|
|9907191104||97.24||2||2||HALCA signal late, demodulator problem|
|9907191230||98.71||1||1||many, many glitches - demodulator problem|
|9907211338||99.19||lots of clock setting events - demodulator/decoder problem?|
|9907231131||99.21||W035n||big phase glitch|
|9907231834||77.78||22||22||Peltier failed, electronics overheated|
|9907241249||99.32||W035o||HALCA singal 1 minute late|
|9907241737||93.92||6||6||Peltier failed, electronics overheated|
|9907271500||98.07||1||HALCA signal late|
|9907281617||99.45||W015b2||HALCA signal late|
|9907291913||99.45||HALCA signal late|
|9907301232||83.89||16||16||Vertex heated up - resulted in bad peakup solution due to poor link stability|
There was a total of 43 tracking passes in July of 1999 with none of these being an unattended tracking pass. Of the 43 attended tracking passes 31 collected the maximum amount of valid data possible. The vertex overheating due to the Peltier heater/cooler failing or being insufficient along with unseating an IC connector in the demodulator resulted in the loss of data for 12 tracking passes. Five tracking passes lost data due to the link from HALCA not showing up on time.
Of the 8 recording passes, 7 collected the maximum amount of good data.
31 of 43 attended passes had max good data.
Operators helped increase amount of good data in 0 of 12 ``bad'' attended passes.
A total of 1.99 tracking passes lost data due to hardware problems.
7 of 8 recording passes were completely successful.
7 of 8 recording passes were at least 80% successful.
A total of 0.26 recording passes lost data.