|pass||% good||op.||total||hardware||software||% recovered||% recoverable||exp||notes|
|0003020313||97.99||X||2||HALCA signal dropout from 03h46m38 to 03h47m02, phase glitch, short pass|
|0003030453||98.78||Y||1||HALCA signal dropout from 07h45m49 to 07h46m11, HALCA signal late|
|0003050016||77.24||X||22||HALCA signal late, short pass, high noise levels due to large doppler residual frequency|
|0003060143||98.79||X||1||HALCA signal late, high noise levels due to large doppler residual frequency|
|0003070310||99.38||X||high noise levels due to large doppler residual frequency|
|0003091031||99.43||X||high noise levels due to large doppler residual frequency|
|0003111218||93.77||X||6||high noise levels due to large doppler residual frequency, HALCA signal ended 30 seconds early - orbit prediction problem near perigee?|
|0003120536||99.59||Y||HALCA signal dropout from 6h27m38 to 6h27m58|
|0003130535||99.95||Y||Decoder did not set up properly?, high noise levels due to large doppler frequency|
|0003140733||69.08||Y||30||30||-30||antenna elevation readout developed errors, problem not handled correctly|
|0003220433||99.72||Y||W022a7||HALCA signal ended early|
|0003230535||99.94||Y||W040a6||high noise levels|
|0003240903||99.39||X||HALCA signal dropout from 9h11m25s to 9h11m33s and 9h20m21s 9h20m31s (yellow button fixing problems?)|
|0003290712||86.62||X||13||13||13||no link last 30 minutes, ACU problems|
There was a total of 25 tracking passes in March of 2000 with 12 of these being unattended tracking passes. Of the 13 attended tracking passes 12 collected the maximum amount of valid data possible. Of the 12 unattended tracking passes 11 collected the maximum amount of valid data possible. One tracking pass lost data due to orbit prediction having a large error. Four tracking passes lost data due to the link from HALCA ending early or arriving late. Another two tracking passes lost data due to antenna ACU problems.
13 tracking passes were observed ``remotely'' from the Jansky Operations Center.
12 of 13 attended passes had max good data.
Operators helped increase amount of good data in 0 of 1 ``bad'' attended passes.
11 of 12 unattended passes had max good data.
Operators would have increased amount of good data in 1 of 1 ``bad'' unattended passes.
A total of 0.43 tracking passes lost data due to hardware problems.
A total of 0.26 tracking passes lost data due to the signal from HALCA being late or ending early.
A total of 0.06 tracking passes lost data due to poor orbit predictions.
6 of 6 recording passes gathered the maximum amount of valid data.
12 of 13 tracking passes observed from the JOC were succesfull.