"ads2k5" converts ADS3000+(DBBC mode) format to K5 format data


ads2k5 adsname [options]
ads2k5 --version|--help
ads2k5 env


adsname ADS3000-DBBC mode data file name
--version show program version
--help show how to execute
env show environmental variables used in this program
-o k5name set K5 file name to be created (default: see below)
-d k5dir set directory for k5 file out (default: VDIF file directory)
-c channel pickup channel (1-16) for 1ch conversion mode (same as "-1ch option") (default 4x4ch mode)
-u unit pickup unit (1-4) for 4 ch conversion mode (-c option is stronger than this option) (default 4x4ch mode)
-fsampl fmhz set sampling frequency (MHz) (deflt=32)
-adbit adbit set # of AD conversion bit (deflt=1)
-1ch ch set K5 data to 1ch mode and set pick up ADS3000-DBBC ch (starting from 1)
-4ch ch1 ch2 ch3 ch4 set K5 data to 4 ch mode and set pick up channels from ADS3000-DBBC (default: convert to 4x4ch K5 files)
-2bit mode select 2bit AD decode table
1: offset binary 0,1,2,3 (no conversion: default)
2: Mark V standard 0,2,1,3
3: signed integer 1,0,2,3
set start date and time of data. If this is omitted, start time is taken from ADS filename.
-s soffset set offset time from data head (sec) (default : 0 )
-p period data period to convert (sec) (default : all)
-vssp force K5 format to VSSP (default is VSSP32)
-monit monitor run parameters
-adsbit adsbit ADS AD bits (2|4|8) (deflt=2). if adbit>=4, adsbit = adbit
-adsnumch adsnumch ADS # of channels (1|8) (deflt=8)

Naming rule for K5 file created (ADS: ADS3000 file name or name given by "-o" optione)
  4x4ch mode
     ADS.k5a --- for group#1 (usually ch# 01-04)
     ADS.k5b --- for group#2 (usually ch# 05-08)
     ADS.k5c --- for group#3 (usually ch# 09-12)
     ADS.k5d --- for group#4 (usually ch# 13-16)
  4ch mode
     ADS.k5[a|b|c|d]   1ch mode
     ADS.k5-NN --- where NN is channel # 01-16


K5_CH_TABLE operator defined CH allocation table
ADSDIR default directory for ADS data
K5DIR default directory for K5 data file


Updated on March 3, 2017