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NOAAPORT Logical Channels

 
GOES Channel
The GOES Channel contains information from the GOES East and the GOES West satellite. .The GOES East satellite is a data stream consisting of the following imagery products: visible, infrared, and water vapor for the Eastern Conterminous United States (CONUS), Puerto Rico, supernational composites, and Northern Hemisphere (NH) composites. The GOES West satellite is a data stream consisting of the following imagery products: visible, infrared, water vapor for CONUS, Alaska, and Hawaii; supernational composites, and NH composites.

NCEP/NWSTG Channel From the NWS Telecommunications Gateway (NWSTG), a data stream consisting of model output from the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP); the observations, forecasts, watches and warnings produced by NWS Forecast Offices; WSR-88D radar products; and most observational data over North America.

NCEP/NWSTG2 Channel The NWSTG2 channel supplements the NWSTG channel.

Non-GOES Imagery/DCP Data Channel This channel's data stream includes GOES DCP data, GMS/GOES-West/GOES-East/METEOSAT-5/METOSAT-7 composites for visible, IR, and water vapor products (every 3 hours), and OCONUS grids.



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