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Profiler Decoder

IMPORTANT: If you haven't already done so, be sure to read the overview document that contains information relevant to all of the NCEP decoders!

The NCEP Profiler Decoder parses WMO BUFR messages containing wind profiler data into the NCEP Decoder Interface Format. These messages are produced by the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory's Global Systems Division, which operates and maintains a vast network of wind profiler sites throughout the U.S. and provides this data to NCEP as well as to other members of the meteorological community for use in a wide variety of operational and research endeavors.

Known Decoder Deficiencies:

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Change History Log:

Version Date Summary of Changes
1.1 2/4/2000 Initial version
1.2 8/2/2000 Version 1.2 Changes
1.3 2/6/2001 Version 1.3 Changes
1.4 11/6/2001 Version 1.4 Changes
1.5 7/25/2002 Version 1.5 Changes
1.6 10/28/2003 Version 1.6 Changes
1.7 2/13/2006 Version 1.7 Changes

  

The latest version of the decoder can be downloaded and utilized free of charge, subject to the usual NWS disclaimer. You may click here to download a copy of the decoder software. If you wish to be included on our "decoders-announce" mailing list, please visit our Decoder Announcements mailing list site to subscribe yourself. This list is our way of informing our users whenever we make changes or updates to our software.

  


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