Last Updated: 04/12/2015
Release 3.3.7 Date: 06/09/2014
Last Release Date: 4/14/2015
WinSDR is a datalogger program for the PSN-ADC-SERIAL, PSN-ADC-USB A/D boards as well as our new PSN-ACCEL Strong Motion Accelerometer and 4-Channel 24 Bit Digitizer boards. WinSDR can be downloaded from here. The 32 or 64 bit setup program will install the current version of WinSDR on your system. WinSDR documentation can be viewed here.
Two data acquisition modules have been written to import data into the USGS Earthworm seismic processing software package. You can download Earthworm here. The following links have more information on this very powerful package. Currently Windows and Linux/Unix systems are supported.
- Earthworm User Forum
One module called PsnAdSend can be used to send data to Earthworm system using the 16-Bit 8-Channel PSN-ADC-SERIAL/PSN-ADC-USB Analog to Digital board or our new PSN-ACCEL Strong Motion Sensor Board. This module opens a Comm port and receives data directly for the ADC board.
The other module called WinSDR to Earthworm (Ws2Ew) use the TCP/IP server feature in WinSDR to send data to the Earthworm system. Ws2Ew acts as a TCP/IP client and sends selected channels to Earthworm. This allows the user to run both WinSDR and Earthworm. Since the data transfer uses TCP/IP, one system can be used or the data from one system running WinSDR can be sent to another system on a LAN or over the Internet.
PSNAdSend Version 2.5 and Ws2Ew Modules for Earthworm 7.x (Windows and Linux/Unix)
Release Date: December 21, 2014
- PSNAdSend for Windows - PSNAdSend for Linux - Overview and Configuration
- Ws2Ew for Windows - Ws2Ew for Linux - Overview and Configuration
- PSNAdBoard DLL/Linux driver files needed to recompile the DLL and Linux Library used by PSNAdSend
Creating PSN Type 4 Event Files using Earthworm
Earthworm version 7.x includes the psn4putaway.c and header files to create PSN Type 4 event files. This updated set of files fix a problem in the original psn4putaway.c file that would limit only one event file from being created if multiple event files were requested. The new files also allow Linux/Unix systems to create PSN files. See the readme.txt and station.lst for more information. The zip file also has updated trig2disk and waveman2disk executables that can create PSN Type 4 event files.
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