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The Improvement of Earthquake Real-Time Monitoring System of Chinese National Digital Seismic Network
GUO Tielong, HUANG Zhibin, ZHAO Bo
China Earthquake Networks Center, Beijing 100045, China
摘要:
The earthquake real-time monitoring system of the Chinese National Digital Seismic Network has been in operation since "the Ninth Five-year Plan" period, and the stability of the system has been well tested. In recent years, with the continuous improvement of monitoring technology and increase of public demands, the original real-time monitoring system needs to be upgraded and improved in terms of timeliness, stability, accuracy and ease of operation. Therefore, by accessing a total of more than 1,000 seismic stations, reducing the seismic trigger threshold of the monitoring system, eliminating the false trigger stations and optimizing the seismic waveform display interface, the current earthquake monitoring demands can be satisfied on the basis of ensuring the stable operation of the system.
关键词:  Seismic monitoring  Earthquake location  Computer real-time processing
DOI:10.19743/j.cnki.0891-4176.201904004
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基金项目:This project was sponsored by the China Earthquake Network Center Seismic Network Department Daily Operation and Maintenance Funding Support (1950411001).
The Improvement of Earthquake Real-Time Monitoring System of Chinese National Digital Seismic Network
GUO Tielong, HUANG Zhibin, ZHAO Bo
China Earthquake Networks Center, Beijing 100045, China
Abstract:
The earthquake real-time monitoring system of the Chinese National Digital Seismic Network has been in operation since "the Ninth Five-year Plan" period, and the stability of the system has been well tested. In recent years, with the continuous improvement of monitoring technology and increase of public demands, the original real-time monitoring system needs to be upgraded and improved in terms of timeliness, stability, accuracy and ease of operation. Therefore, by accessing a total of more than 1,000 seismic stations, reducing the seismic trigger threshold of the monitoring system, eliminating the false trigger stations and optimizing the seismic waveform display interface, the current earthquake monitoring demands can be satisfied on the basis of ensuring the stable operation of the system.
Key words:  Seismic monitoring  Earthquake location  Computer real-time processing