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-=====  Mark5B disk data format\\\ ===== +=====  Mark5B disk data format ===== 
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-Taken from Mark5B System User's Manual (9 June 2006) Section 5.\\\ +Taken from Mark5B System User's Manual (9 June 2006) Section 5. 
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-Data on disk is divided into equal-length disk frames (DF). Each DF has a header of 4 32-bit words followed by 2500 32-bit words of data (10000 bytes). The DF boundary is aligned with the UT second tick.\\\ +Data on disk is divided into equal-length disk frames (DF). Each DF has a header of 4 32-bit words followed by 2500 32-bit words of data (10000 bytes). The DF boundary is aligned with the UT second tick. 
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-==== Disk Frame Header\\\ ==== +==== Disk Frame Header ==== 
-\\\ + 
-World 0  |Synchronization word //(WHAT IS IT??)// |\ +Word 0  |Synchronization word (//0xABADDEED//
-World 1  |Bits 31-16: User specifed |\\ +Word 1  |Bits 31-16: User specifed | 
-|          |Bit 15: T - tvg data |\ +|          |Bit 15: T - tvg data (test data if set)
-|          |Bits 14-0: DF # within second |\\\ +|          |Bits 14-0: DF # within second | 
-| Word 2-3 |VLBA BCD Time code and 16 bit CRC |\\\ +| Word 2-3 |VLBA BCD Time code and 16 bit CRC | 
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 + 
 +| Sync word (32 bit) ||| 
 +| User-specifed (16 bits) | T | Frame# within second (starting at 0) | 
 +| VLBA BCD Time code word 1 ('​JJJSSSSS'​) ||| 
 +| VLBA BCD Time code word 2 (16 bit) ('​.SSSS'​) | CRC 16 bit || 
 + 
 +==== Disk Data Format ==== 
 + 
 +Raw VLBI data is packed within a 32 bit word, with the earliest time sample corresponding to the least significant bits .
  
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-| Sync word |||\ 
-| User-specifed (16 bits) | T | Frame# within second (starting at 0) |\\\ 
-| VLBA BCD Time code word 1 ('​JJJSSSSS'​) |||\\\ 
-| VLBA BCD Time code word 2 (16 bit) | CRC 16 bit ||\ 
-\ 
-==== Disk Data Format\\\ ==== 
-\\\ 
-Raw VLBI data is packed within a 32 bit word, with the earliest time sample corresponding to the least significant bits .\\\ 
-\\\ 
-//WHAT IS THE BIT MEANING OF THE RAW DATA STREAMS (order of channels, sign-mag/​offset binary etc//\\\ 
  
  
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