Pacific Northwest Geodetic Array
Central Washington University

PANGA Autonomous Real-time Data Transmission System

Central Washington University's PANGA Geodesy lab relays coastal GNSS signals directly to Ellensburg via a radio network. This system is completely free from existing communications networks and power systems that are expected to be disrupted in the event of a major earthquake.

Radio Network Map
Radio Tower Locations
GNSS Connections
Radio Network with GNSS Connections

With this radio array, PANGA can continue to process data from these important coastal sites that will show the amplitude of earth movement and therefore the size of tsunami to be expected. Built communications towers below:

McDonald Mountain
Huckleberry Mountain
Striped Peak

CWU
Umtanum Ridge
Blyn Mountain

Radio Network Map
Radar Ridge
GNSS Connections
Manastash Ridge