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Instrument: FAAM Core instrumentation

Name FAAM Core instrumentation
Acronym FAAM Core
Manufacturer Other
Manufacturer website http://www.faam.ac.uk/
Operated by FAAM
Operated onboard

Instrument type

Name Other
Acronym Other

Principle of operation

Measured parameter
Operating principle

Measurement(s) Thermodynamics

Dimension and weight

External dimension
Weight 3000.0

Performance

Operating mode In situ
Range

Resolution

Sensitivity

Accuracy

Bandwidth

Modifications

Operational restriction

Operational requirements

Certification approvals

Additional information

This is the FAAM Core instrument suite. It includes generally all of the separate instruments or systems described as Basic instruments elsewhere. These instruments are maintained and supported at the FAAM flight facility. Their combined data are routinely calibrated, processed and quality controlled by FAAM and supplied as a single dataset in NetCDF format. Two versions of the Core dataset are generally available - one in which all the output parameters are presented at their native frequency (maximum 32Hz) and one in which all parameters are averaged to 1 Hz.

Access, host and processing

Access

Could also fit on any aircraft having the following characteristics

General description

This is the FAAM Core instrument suite. It includes generally all of the separate instruments or systems described as Basic instruments elsewhere. These instruments are maintained and supported at the FAAM flight facility. Their combined data are routinely calibrated, processed and quality controlled by FAAM and supplied as a single dataset in NetCDF format. Two versions of the Core dataset are generally available - one in which all the output parameters are presented at their native frequency (maximum 32Hz) and one in which all parameters are averaged to 1 Hz.

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