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Query for Channel Responses
* required fields, ** virtual or network field required

** virtual network Do you need help with this query?  See below
** network
* station
location
channel

time between
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About this query

The response information provided in this query output is in the form of a RESP file - this is the FDSN's standard format for ASCII representation of response information. Because this is the same format used by evalresp, you can use evalresp alone or evalresp and relish to evaluate and plot these responses for any data channel for a given effective time and range of frequencies. (see evalresp and relish for more information)

How this query works

  • You must select either a virtual network or network code, no wildcards are allowed
  • You must select a station code, no wildcards are allowed
  • You may select a location code and use wildcards. If you do not select a location code, all responses for all location codes will be found. To find blank location codes, type space space. Be careful of inserting extra spaces as they will be interpreted literally. (You can execute a channel query to find out if a location code is assigned to a given channel.)
  • You may select a channel code and use wildcards. If you do not select a channel code, all responses for all channel codes will be found. Be careful of inserting extra spaces as they will be interpreted literally.
  • You do not need to enter a start or end time - the default is today's date.

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