The possible types of Notice To NAVSTAR Users (NANUs) issued.
AGI.Foundation.Navigation (in AGI.Foundation.Navigation.dll) Version: 19.2.399.0 (19.2.399.0)
Public Enumeration NanuType
public enum class NanuType
Forecast NANU for a Delta-V Maneuver on a satellite.
Forecast NANU for maintenance on a Satellite.
Forecast NANU for extending the outage on a Satellite.
Forecast NANU summarizing the outage for a NANU. The issuing of this
NANU type will typically move an outage from the PREDICTED category
to the HISTORICAL category.
Forecast NANU for cancelling and outage for a Satellite.
Forecast NANU for rescheduling an outage on a Satellite.
Forecast Outage with no specified end date. Issued when there is extended
maintenance or testing required on a satellite
and no end date can be determined prior to the start of maintenance.
UNUsable Until Further Notice NANU. Typically issued when there is an unforeseen problem with the satellite.
This NANU type will be associated with a current outage in the SOF.
Unusable NANU. This NANU type summarizes a UNUFSUN NANU and will move an outage from the CURRENT
category to the HISTORICAL category.
Unusable with No Reference NANU. This NANU acts just like the UNUSABLE NANU,
except that the outage was such that there is no UNUSFUN to reference as the NANU to summarize.
Usable Initialization NANU. This NANU signifies that a given satellite is available for use.
Leap Second NANU. This NANU indicates that a leap second will be forthcoming.
General NANU. This NANU is used to send text information not covered by the other NANU types.
Launch NANU. This NANU is issued when a new GPS satellite is launched.
The satellite will usually not be usable until a USABINIT NANU is issued.
Decommissioning NANU. This NANU is issued when a GPS satellite is decommissioned.
Use this type if the outage did not result from a NANU.