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Routeing Catalogues
Definition: A complete list of bulletin headings exchanged on the GTSas provided by RTHs of the MTN

RTHS on MTN CCCC Catalogue Remarks
RTH not on MTN
ALGIERS DAMM ROCA RMKS
Bangkok VTBB ROCA RMKS
BEIJING BABJ ROCA RMKS
BRASILIA SBBR ROCA RMKS
Brazzaville FCBB ROCA RMKS
BUENOS AIRES SABM ROCA RMKS
CAIRO HECA ROCA RMKS
DAKAR GOOY ROCA RMKS
EXETER EGRR ROCA RMKS
JEDDAH OEJD ROCA RMKS
Khabarovsk RUHB ROCA RMKS
Lusaka FLLS ROCA RMKS
Maracay SVMR ROCA RMKS
MELBOURNE AMMC ROCA RMKS
MOSCOW RUMS ROCA RMKS
NAIROBI HKNC ROCA RMKS
NEW DELHI DEMS ROCA RMKS
Niamey DRRN ROCA RMKS
Norrköping ESWI ROCA RMKS
Novosibirsk RUNW ROCA RMKS
OFFENBACH EDZW ROCA RMKS
PRAGUE OKPR ROCA RMKS
Pretoria FAPR ROCA RMKS
Rome LIIB ROCA RMKS
SOFIA LZSO ROCA RMKS
Tashkent UTTW ROCA RMKS
Tehran OIII ROCA RMKS
TOKYO RJTD ROCA RMKS
TOULOUSE LFPW ROCA RMKS
Vienna LOWM ROCA RMKS
WASHINGTON KWBC ROCA RMKS
Wellington NZKL ROCA RMKS
Reference:  Manual on the GTS, Volume I, Part II - Operational Procedures for the GTS

2.10.3 Routeing catalogues
2.10.3.1 The procedures described here are recommended for the exchange of the routeing catalogues of GTS Centres. The routeing catalogue is exchanged in the form of a file which can be directly ingested into most database software packages to help in GTS data flow analysis. The files containing "routeing catalogues" should be obtained using FTP file transfer over the Internet where possible and should be either available at each Centre or from the WMO Server. The WMO Server should contain a list (with hyperlinks) of all Centres who have routeing catalogues available for exchange. All Centres should provide the WMO Secretariat with URL addresses of where their respective files are located.
2.10.3.2 The routeing catalogue of a GTS centre should provide the following information for each bulletin identified by its abbreviated heading TTAAii CCCC:
(a) The GTS circuit on which the bulletin is received;
(b) The list of the GTS circuits on which the bulletin is sent.
2.10.3.3 Each RTH should prepare a routeing catalogue and make it accessible by the other GTS centres, in particular by its associated NMCs. The routeing directory should be updated monthly if possible, but not less than every three months.
2.10.3.4 A GTS centre should include in its routeing catalogue the abbreviated headings of all bulletins received and/or transmitted on any GTS circuit connected to this GTS centre (GTS point-to-point circuits, GTS point-to-multipoint circuits such as satellite distribution systems, including the remaining HF broadcasts). Any bulletin scheduled to be received by the GTS centre, even if not actually forwarded on the GTS, should be included in the routeing catalogue.
2.10.3.5 The bulletins received and/or transmitted on a circuit established under a bilateral agreement for meteorological data exchange should also be included in the routeing catalogue.
2.10.3.6 The format of the routeing catalogue and the procedures for the access to the routeing catalogues are given in Attachment II-7.

 

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