RTNET shows the signal from selected channels in near‐real time. It also indicates when channels are not transmitting data, such as for stations PB10 and PB12 indicated by the lines in red color saying NOT RECEIVING DATA. The red vertical lines seen in some of the components plotted are indications of triggers.
RTDLY shows the onset and duration of triggers (yellow lines) for individual channels. When a trigger starts on a particular channel, this is indicated with a small red line at the trigger time. When the trigger is turned off, the duration of the trigger is indicated with a yellow line. The green vertical line to the right indicates the current time. The two vertical red lines indicate the array propagation window within which the network detection is performed.
Example of a 24 h plot generated by RT24. The plot always shows the last 24 h of data. Optionally one plot per 24 h can be generated. The colors are intended to help identify the onsets for the individual events.
Typical RTQUAKE configuration using input data from one or more SeedLink servers. The data enters a local SeedLink server before being processed by RTQUAKE to have direct access from SEISAN to the archive with continuous data. For the names of the modules, see text.
Seismic network in eastern Turkey. The stations marked on the map (blue triangles) are used by both SC3 and RTQUAKE in the test. The red dots are the 12 events detected by SC3 of which RTQUAKE detected 11. The yellow symbols are events detected by only RTQUAKE.
Test with NNSN stations and EW. The map shows the stations used (blue triangles) and the epicenters of events (red dots) detected by both systems. The locations are the standard locations given by NNSN.
The 12 IPOC stations used for the test (blue triangles) and epicenters of detected and automatically located events (red dots). (a) All events detected and located automatically by RTQUAKE. About 667 events were detected of which 447 could be located automatically. (b) The 50 events recorded by both RTQUAKE and SSUCH. The yellow dots are locations from manual processing by the Seismological Service. The epicenters of corresponding events are connected with black lines. The rather bad locations for some events located by RTQUAKE are in some cases caused by double events in the recordings and are located in the outskirts of the network.
Stations (blue triangles) used in the test and the events located by INETER (red dots) recorded in the test period. The orange triangles are short‐period stations not used in our test but used by INETER.