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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
c. COMMON CODE TABLES TO BINARY AND ALPHANUMERIC CODES
COMMON CODE TABLE C–1:
Identification of originating/generating centre
F1F2 for alphanumeric codes
F3F3F3 for alphanumeric codes
Code table 0 in GRIB Edition 1/Code table 0 01 033 for BUFR Edition 3
Octet 5 in Section1 of GRIB Edition 1/Octet 6 in Section 1 of BUFR Edition 3
COMMON CODE TABLE C–2:
Radiosonde/sounding system used
Code table 3685 – rara (Radiosonde/sounding system used) – for alphanumeric codes
Code table 0 02 011 (Radiosonde type) in BUFR
COMMON CODE TABLE C–3:
Instrument make and type for water temperature profile measurement
with fall rate equation coefficients
Code table 1770 – IXIXIX (Instrument type for XBT, with fall rate equation coefficients) – for
alphanumeric codes
Code table 0 22 067 (Instrument type for water temperature profile measurement) in BUFR
COMMON CODE TABLE C–4:
Water temperature profile recorder types
Code table 4770 – XRXR (Recorder type) – for alphanumeric codes
Code table 0 22 068 (Water temperature profile recorder types) in BUFR
COMMON CODE TABLE C–5:
Satellite identifier
I6I6I6 for alphanumeric codes
Code table 0 01 007 in BUFR
Code used in GRIB Edition 2
COMMON CODE TABLE C–6:
List of units for TDCFs
(Used only in Volume I.2, Part B and C)
COMMON CODE TABLE C–7:
Tracking technique/status of system used
Code table 3872 – sasa for alphanumeric code
Code table 0 02 014 in BUFR
COMMON CODE TABLE C–8:
Satellite Instruments
Code table 0 02 019 in BUFR
COMMON CODE TABLE C–11: Originating/generating centres
BUFR 0 01 035
CREX Edition 2, ooooo in Group Poooooppp in Section 1
GRIB Editon 2, Octets 6–7 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4, Octets 5–6 in Section 1
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
COMMON CODE TABLE C–12: Sub-centres of originating centres defined by entries in Common Code
tables C–1 or C–11
BUFR 0 01 034
BUFR Edition 3, Octet 5 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4, Octets 7–8 in Section 1
GRIB Edition 1, Octet 26 in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2, Octets 8–9 in Section 1
CREX Edition 2, ppp in Group Poooooppp in Section 1
COMMON CODE TABLE C–13: Data sub-categories of categories defined by entries in BUFR Table A
BUFR Edition 4, Octet 12 in Section 1 (if = 255, it means other sub-category or undefined)
CREX Editon 2, mmm in Group Annnmmm of Section 1
COMMON CODE TABLE C–14: Atmospheric chemical or physical constituent type
Code Table 4.230 in GRIB 2
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
COMMON CODE TABLE C–1: Identification of originating/generating centre
F1F2 for alphanumeric codes
Common Code table
F3F3F3 for alphanumeric codes
Code table 0 in GRIB Edition 1/Code table 0 01 033 in BUFR Edition 3
Octet 5 in Section 1 of GRIB Edition 1/Octet 6 in Section 1 of BUFR Edition 3
Code figure
for F1F2
Code figure
for F3F3F3
Octet 5 in Section 1
of GRIB Edition 1
Octet 6 in Section 1
of BUFR Edition 3
00
000
0
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
08
008
8
09
009
9
01–09: WMCs
Melbourne
Melbourne
)
Moscow
Moscow
)
US National Weather Service – National Centres
for Environmental Prediction (NCEP)
US National Weather Service Telecommunications Gateway
(NWSTG)
US National Weather Service – Other
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
10–25: Centres in Region I
Cairo (RSMC)
)
Dakar (RSMC)
)
Nairobi (RSMC)
)
Casablanca (RSMC)
Tunis (RSMC)
Tunis – Casablanca (RSMC)
)
Las Palmas
Algiers (RSMC)
ACMAD
Mozambique (NMC)
Pretoria (RSMC)
La Réunion (RSMC)
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
26–40: Centres in Region II
Khabarovsk (RSMC)
)
New Delhi (RSMC)
)
Novosibirsk (RSMC)
)
Tashkent (RSMC)
Jeddah (RSMC)
Tokyo (RSMC), Japan Meteorological Agency
WMO Secretariat
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Code figure
for F1F2
Code figure
for F3F3F3
Octet 5 in Section 1
of GRIB Edition 1
Octet 6 in Section 1
of BUFR Edition 3
35
36
37
38
39
40
035
036
037
038
039
040
35
36
37
38
39
40
)
Bangkok
Ulaanbaatar
Beijing (RSMC)
)
Seoul
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
41–50: Centres in Region III
Buenos Aires (RSMC)
)
Brasilia (RSMC)
)
Santiago
Brazilian Space Agency - INPE
Colombia (NMC)
Ecuador (NMC)
Peru (NMC)
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) (NMC)
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
059
59
60
060
60
61
62
63
061
062
063
61
62
63
51–63: Centres in Region IV
Miami (RSMC)
Miami (RSMC), National Hurricane Centre
Montreal (RSMC)
)
San Francisco
ARINC Centre
US Air Force – Air Force Global Weather Central
Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center,
Monterey, CA, United States
The NOAA Forecast Systems Laboratory, Boulder, CO,
United States
United States National Center for Atmospheric Research
(NCAR)
Service ARGOS – Landover
US Naval Oceanographic Office
International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI)
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
064
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
64–73: Centres in Region V
Honolulu (RSMC)
Darwin (RSMC)
)
Melbourne (RSMC)
Reserved
Wellington (RSMC)
)
Nadi (RSMC)
Singapore
Malaysia (NMC)
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Code figure
for F1F2
Code figure
for F3F3F3
Octet 5 in Section 1
of GRIB Edition 1
Octet 6 in Section 1
of BUFR Edition 3
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
099
99
74–99: Centres in Region VI
UK Meteorological Office - Exeter (RSMC)
)
Moscow (RSMC)
Reserved
Offenbach (RSMC)
)
Rome (RSMC)
)
Norrköping
)
Toulouse (RSMC)
Toulouse (RSMC)
Helsinki
Belgrade
Oslo
Prague
Episkopi
Ankara
Frankfurt/Main
London (WAFC)
Copenhagen
Rota
Athens
European Space Agency (ESA)
European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts
(ECMWF) (RSMC)
De Bilt
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
Additional Centres
Brazzaville
Abidjan
Libya (NMC)
Madagascar (NMC)
Mauritius (NMC)
Niger (NMC)
Seychelles (NMC)
Uganda (NMC)
United Republic of Tanzania (NMC)
Zimbabwe (NMC)
Hong-Kong, China
Afghanistan (NMC)
Bahrain (NMC)
Bangladesh (NMC)
Bhutan (NMC)
Cambodia (NMC)
Democratic People's Republic of Korea (NMC)
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
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Code figure
for F3F3F3
Octet 5 in Section 1
of GRIB Edition 1
Octet 6 in Section 1
of BUFR Edition 3
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137–139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137–139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
148–149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
148–149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
Code figure
for F1F2
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Islamic Republic of Iran (NMC)
Iraq (NMC)
Kazakhstan (NMC)
Kuwait (NMC)
Kyrgyzstan (NMC)
Lao People's Democratic Republic (NMC)
Macao, China
Maldives (NMC)
Myanmar (NMC)
Nepal (NMC)
Oman (NMC)
Pakistan (NMC)
Qatar (NMC)
Yemen (NMC)
Sri Lanka (NMC)
Tajikistan (NMC)
Turkmenistan (NMC)
United Arab Emirates (NMC)
Uzbekistan (NMC)
Viet Nam (NMC)
Reserved for other centres
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) (NMC)
Guyana (NMC)
Paraguay (NMC)
Suriname (NMC)
Uruguay (NMC)
French Guiana
Brazilian Navy Hydrographic Centre
National Commission on Space Activities (CONAE)
– Argentina
Reserved for other centres
Antigua and Barbuda (NMC)
Bahamas (NMC)
Barbados (NMC)
Belize (NMC)
British Caribbean Territories Centre
San José
Cuba (NMC)
Dominica (NMC)
Dominican Republic (NMC)
El Salvador (NMC)
US NOAA/NESDIS
US NOAA Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research
Guatemala (NMC)
Haiti (NMC)
Honduras (NMC)
Jamaica (NMC)
Mexico City
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure
for F3F3F3
Octet 5 in Section 1
of GRIB Edition 1
Octet 6 in Section 1
of BUFR Edition 3
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
Not applicable
Not applicable
175
176
175
176
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
177
178–189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
177
178–189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
205–209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
205–209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
Code figure
for F1F2
Curaçao and Sint Maarten (NMC)
Nicaragua (NMC)
Panama (NMC)
Saint Lucia (NMC)
Trinidad and Tobago (NMC)
French Departments in RA IV
US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Integrated Science Data Management/Marine Environmental
Data Service (ISDM/MEDS) – Canada
Reserved for other centres
Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies
(CIMSS) – United States
NOAA National Ocean Service – United States
Reserved for other centres
Cook Islands (NMC)
French Polynesia (NMC)
Tonga (NMC)
Vanuatu (NMC)
Brunei Darussalam (NMC)
Indonesia (NMC)
Kiribati (NMC)
Federated States of Micronesia (NMC)
New Caledonia (NMC)
Niue
Papua New Guinea (NMC)
Philippines (NMC)
Samoa (NMC)
Solomon Islands (NMC)
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA
– New Zealand)
Reserved
Frascati (ESA/ESRIN)
Lannion
Lisbon
Reykjavik
Madrid
Zurich
Service ARGOS – Toulouse
Bratislava
Budapest
Ljubljana
Warsaw
Zagreb
Albania (NMC)
Armenia (NMC)
Austria (NMC)
Azerbaijan (NMC)
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Code figure
for F3F3F3
Octet 5 in Section 1
of GRIB Edition 1
Octet 6 in Section 1
of BUFR Edition 3
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
248
249
250
251
248
249
250
251
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
252
253
254
255
256–999
252
253
254
255
Not applicable
Code figure
for F1F2
Belarus (NMC)
Belgium (NMC)
Bosnia and Herzegovina (NMC)
Bulgaria (NMC)
Cyprus (NMC)
Estonia (NMC)
Georgia (NMC)
Dublin
Israel (NMC)
Jordan (NMC)
Latvia (NMC)
Lebanon (NMC)
Lithuania (NMC)
Luxembourg
Malta (NMC)
Monaco
Romania (NMC)
Syrian Arab Republic (NMC)
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (NMC)
Ukraine (NMC)
Republic of Moldova (NMC)
Operational Programme for the Exchange of weather RAdar
information (OPERA) – EUMETNET
Montenegro (NMC)
Reserved for other centres
COnsortium for Small scale MOdelling (COSMO)
Meteorological Cooperation on Operational NWP
(MetCoOp)
Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M)
Reserved for other centres
EUMETSAT Operation Centre
Missing value
Not used
Notes:
(1)
The closed bracket sign ) indicates that the corresponding code figure is reserved for the previously named
centre.
(2)
With GRIB or BUFR, to indicate whether the originating/generating centre is a sub-centre or not, the following
procedure should be applied:
In GRIB edition 1, use octet 26 of section 1, or in BUFR edition 3, use octet 5 of section 1, with the following
meaning:
Code figure
0
Not a sub-centre, the originating/generating centre is the centre defined by Octet 5 in section 1 of
GRIB Edition 1, or by octet 6 in section 1 of BUFR edition 3.
1 to 254
Identifier of the sub-centre which is the originating/generating centre. The identifier of the subcentre is allocated by the associated centre which is defined by octet 5 in section 1 of GRIB edition
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1, or octet 6 in section 1 of BUFR edition 3. The sub-centre identifiers should be supplied to the
WMO Secretariat by the associated centre(s) for publication.
(3)
For the definitions of sub-centres provided to the WMO Secretariat, see Common Code table C–12.
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COMMON CODE TABLE C–2: Radiosonde/sounding system used
Code table 3685 – rara (Radiosonde/sounding system used) – for alphanumeric codes
Common Code table
Code table 0 02 011 (Radiosonde type) in BUFR
Date of
assignment of
number (necessary
after 30/06/2007)
Code figure for
rara
(Code table
3685)
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table
0 02 011)
Not applicable
00
0
Reserved
Before
01
1
iMet-1-BB (United States)
Not applicable
02
2
No radiosonde – passive target (e.g. reflector)
Not applicable
03
3
No radiosonde – active target (e.g. transponder)
Not applicable
04
4
No radiosonde – passive temperature-humidity profiler
Not applicable
05
5
No radiosonde – active temperature-humidity profiler
Not applicable
06
6
No radiosonde – radio-acoustic sounder
Before
07
7
iMet-1-AB (United States)
Not applicable
08
8
No radiosonde –... (reserved)
Not applicable
09
9
No radiosonde – system unknown or not specified
Before
10
10
VIZ type A pressure-commutated (United States)
Before
11
11
VIZ type B time-commutated (United States)
Before
12
12
RS SDC (Space Data Corporation – United States)
Before
13
13
Astor (no longer made – Australia)
Before
14
14
VIZ MARK I MICROSONDE (United States)
Before
15
15
EEC Company type 23 (United States)
Before
16
16
Elin (Austria)
Before
17
17
Graw G. (Germany)
Before
18
18
Graw DFM-06 (Germany)
Before
19
19
Graw M60 (Germany)
Before
20
20
Indian Meteorological Service MK3 (India)
Before
21
21
VIZ/Jin Yang MARK I MICROSONDE (Republic of Korea)
Before
22
22
Meisei RS2-80 (Japan)
Before
23
23
Mesural FMO 1950A (France)
Before
24
24
Mesural FMO 1945A (France)
Before
25
25
Mesural MH73A (France)
Before
26
26
Meteolabor Basora (Switzerland)
Before
27
27
AVK-MRZ (Russian Federation)
Before
28
28
Meteorit MARZ2-1 (Russian Federation)
Before
29
29
Meteorit MARZ2-2 (Russian Federation)
Before
30
30
Oki RS2-80 (Japan)
Before
31
31
VIZ/Valcom type A pressure-commutated (Canada)
Before
32
32
Shanghai Radio (China)
Before
33
33
UK Met Office MK3 (UK)
Before
34
34
Vinohrady (Czech Republic)
Before
35
35
Vaisala RS18 (Finland)
Before
36
36
Vaisala RS21 (Finland)
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Date of
assignment of
number (necessary
after 30/06/2007)
Code figure for
rara
(Code table
3685)
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table
0 02 011)
Before
37
37
Vaisala RS80 (Finland)
Before
38
38
VIZ LOCATE Loran-C (United States)
Before
39
39
Sprenger E076 (Germany)
Before
40
40
Sprenger E084 (Germany)
Before
41
41
Sprenger E085 (Germany)
Before
42
42
Sprenger E086 (Germany)
Before
43
43
AIR IS - 4A - 1680 (United States)
Before
44
44
AIR IS - 4A - 1680 X (United States)
Before
45
45
RS MSS (United States)
Before
46
46
AIR IS - 4A - 403 (United States)
Before
47
47
Meisei RS2-91 (Japan)
Before
48
48
VALCOM (Canada)
Before
49
49
VIZ MARK II (United States)
Before
50
50
Graw DFM-90 (Germany)
Before
51
51
VIZ-B2 (United States)
Before
52
52
Vaisala RS80-57H
Before
53
53
AVK-RF95 (Russian Federation)
Before
54
54
Graw DFM-97 (Germany)
Before
55
55
Meisei RS-01G (Japan)
Before
56
56
M2K2 (France)
Before
57
57
Modem M2K2-DC (France)
Before
58
58
AVK-BAR (Russian Federation)
Before
59
59
Modem M2K2-R 1680 MHz RDF radiosonde with pressure
sensor chip (France)
Before
60
60
Vaisala RS80/MicroCora (Finland)
Before
61
61
Vaisala RS80/Loran/Digicora I, II or Marwin (Finland)
Before
62
62
Vaisala RS80/PCCora (Finland)
Before
63
63
Vaisala RS80/Star (Finland)
Before
64
64
Orbital Sciences Corporation, Space Data Division,
transponder radiosonde, type 909-11-XX, where XX
corresponds to the model of the instrument (United States)
Before
65
65
VIZ transponder radiosonde, model number 1499–520 (United
States)
Before
66
66
Vaisala RS80 /Autosonde (Finland)
Before
67
67
Vaisala RS80/Digicora III (Finland)
Before
68
68
AVK-RZM-2 (Russian Federation)
Before
69
69
MARL-A or Vektor-M-RZM-2 (Russian Federation)
Before
70
70
Vaisala RS92/Star (Finland)
Before
71
71
Vaisala RS90/Loran/Digicora I, II or Marwin (Finland)
Before
72
72
Vaisala RS90/PC-Cora (Finland)
Before
73
73
Vaisala RS90/Autosonde (Finland)
Before
74
74
Vaisala RS90/Star (Finland)
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Date of
assignment of
number (necessary
after 30/06/2007)
Code figure for
rara
(Code table
3685)
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table
0 02 011)
Before
75
75
AVK-MRZ-ARMA (Russian Federation)
Before
76
76
AVK-RF95-ARMA (Russian Federation)
Before
77
77
GEOLINK GPSonde GL98 (France)
Before
78
78
Vaisala RS90/Digicora III (Finland)
Before
79
79
Vaisala RS92/Digicora I, II or Marwin (Finland)
Before
80
80
Vaisala RS92/Digicora III (Finland)
Before
81
81
Vaisala RS92/Autosonde (Finland)
Before
82
82
Sippican MK2 GPS/STAR (United States) with rod thermistor,
carbon element and derived pressure
Before
83
83
Sippican MK2 GPS/W9000 (United States) with rod thermistor,
carbon element and derived pressure
Needed
84
84
Vacant
Before
85
85
Sippican MARK IIA with chip thermistor, carbon element and
derived pressure from GPS height
Before
86
86
Sippican MARK II with chip thermistor, pressure and carbon
element
Before
87
87
Sippican MARK IIA with chip thermistor, pressure and carbon
element
Before
88
88
MARL-A or Vektor-M-MRZ (Russian Federation)
Before
89
89
MARL-A or Vektor-M-BAR (Russian Federation)
Not applicable
90
90
Radiosonde not specified or unknown
Not applicable
91
91
Pressure only radiosonde
Not applicable
92
92
Pressure only radiosonde plus transponder
Not applicable
93
93
Pressure only radiosonde plus radar reflector
Not applicable
94
94
No pressure radiosonde plus transponder
Not applicable
95
95
No pressure radiosonde plus radar reflector
Not applicable
96
96
Descending radiosonde
Before
97
97
BAT-16P (South Africa)
Before
98
98
BAT-16G (South Africa)
Before
99
99
BAT-4G (South Africa)
Not available
100
Reserved for BUFR only
01
101
Not vacant
Not available
102–106
07
107
Reserved for BUFR only
Not vacant
Not available
108–109
01/01/2008
10
110
Reserved for BUFR only
Sippican LMS5 w/Chip Thermistor, duct mounted capacitance
relative humidity sensor and derived pressure from GPS height
01/01/2008
11
111
Sippican LMS6 w/Chip Thermistor, external boom mounted
capacitance relative humidity sensor, and derived pressure
from GPS height
12
112
Not vacant
15/09/2010
13
113
Vaisala RS92/MARWIN MW32 (Finland)
03/11/2011
14
114
Vaisala RS92/DigiCORA MW41 (Finland)
01/12/2011
15
115
PAZA-12M/Radiotheodolite-UL (Ukraine)
Date of
Code figure for
Code figure for
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
assignment of
number (necessary
after 30/06/2007)
rara
(Code table
3685)
BUFR
(Code table
0 02 011)
01/12/2011
16
116
PAZA-22/AVK-1 (Ukraine)
02/05/2012
17
117
Graw DFM-09 (Germany)
18
118
Not vacant
19
119
Vacant
20–21
120–121
02/05/2012
22
122
Meisei RS-11G GPS radiosonde
w/thermistor, capacitance relative
humidity sensor, and derived pressure
from GPS height (Japan)
03/11/2011
23
123
Vaisala RS41/DigiCORA MW41 (Finland)
03/11/2011
24
124
Vaisala RS41/AUTOSONDE (Finland)
Vaisala RS41/MARWIN MW32 (Finland)
Needed
03/11/2011
Not vacant
25
125
26–27
126–127
15/09/2011
28
128
AVK - AK2-02 (Russian Federation)
15/09/2011
29
129
MARL-A or Vektor-M - AK2-02 (Russian Federation)
01/01/2010
30
130
Meisei RS-06G (Japan)
03/11/2011
31
131
Taiyuan GTS1-1/GFE(L) (China )
03/11/2011
32
132
Shanghai GTS1/GFE(L) (China)
03/11/2011
33
133
Nanjing GTS1-2/GFE(L) (China)
Needed
34–36
134–136
37
137
Not vacant
Vacant
Not vacant
Needed
38–40
138–140
03/11/2011
41
141
Vaisala RS41 with pressure derived from GPS height/
DigiCORA MW41 (Finland)
03/11/2011
42
142
Vaisala RS41 with pressure derived from GPS height/
AUTOSONDE (Finland)
Needed
43–46
143–146
47
147
Not vacant
48
148
PAZA-22M/MARL-A
49
149
Not vacant
50
150
Vacant
51
151
Not vacant
52
152
Vaisala RS92-NGP/Intermet IMS-2000 (United States)
02/05/2012
Needed
03/11/2011
Vacant
Vacant
53–59
153–159
Needed
60
160
Vacant
61
161
Not vacant
Needed
62–66
162–166
Vacant
67–72
167–172
Not vacant
73
173
74–76
174–176
77
177
78–81
178–181
Needed
15/03/2010
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Not vacant
Vacant
Not vacant
Modem GPSonde M10 (France)
Not vacant
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Date of
assignment of
number (necessary
after 30/06/2007)
Code figure for
rara
(Code table
3685)
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table
0 02 011)
07/11/2012
82
182
Lockheed Martin LMS-6 w/chip
thermistor; external boom mounted
polymer capacitive relative humidity sensor;
capacitive pressure sensor and GPS wind
07/11/2012
83
183
Vaisala RS92-D/Intermet IMS 1500
w/silicon capacitive pressure sensor,
capacitive wire temperature sensor, twin
thin-film heated polymer capacitive relative
humidity sensor and RDF wind
84–89
184–189
Not vacant
Not available
190–196
Reserved for BUFR only
97–99
197–199
Not vacant
Not available
200–254
Reserved for BUFR only
255
Missing value
Notes:
(1)
References to countries in brackets indicate the manufacturing location rather than the country using the
instrument.
(2)
Some of the radiosondes listed are no longer in use but are retained for archiving purposes.
(3)
The alphanumeric code format reports only 2 digits, and the first digit for BUFR is identified from the date: the
first digit is 0 if the introduction of the radiosonde for observation was before 30 June 2007, or 1 otherwise.
Entries in the second part of the table (after 99), which are declared “Vacant” can be used for new radiosondes
because the 2-digit number was originally attributed to sondes, which are no longer used. This system has
been adopted to accommodate reporting in TEMP traditional alphanumeric code format up to the time BUFR is
fully used for radiosonding reports.
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
COMMON CODE TABLE C–3: Instrument make and type for water temperature profile measurement
with fall rate equation coefficients
Common Code table
Code table 1770 – IXIXIX (Instrument type for XBT, with fall rate equation coefficients)
– for alphanumeric codes
Code table 0 22 067 (Instrument type for water temperature profile measurement) in BUFR
Code figure
for IXIXIX
001
002
011
021
031
032
041
042
051
052
061
071
081
201
202
211
212
221
222
231
241
251
252
261
401
411
421
431
441
451
461
462
471
481
491
501
510
700
710
720
730
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table 0 22 067)
1
2
11
21
31
32
41
42
51
52
61
71
81
201
202
211
212
221
222
231
241
251
252
261
401
411
421
431
441
451
461
462
471
481
491
501
510
700
710
720
730
Meaning
Instrument
make and type
Sippican T-4
Sippican T-4
Sippican T-5
Sippican Fast Deep
Sippican T-6
Sippican T-6
Sippican T-7
Sippican T-7
Sippican Deep Blue
Sippican Deep Blue
Sippican T-10
Sippican T-11
Sippican AXBT (300 m probes)
TSK T-4
TSK T-4
TSK T-6
TSK T-6
TSK T-7
TSK T-7
TSK T-5
TSK T-10
TSK Deep Blue
TSK Deep Blue
TSK AXBT
Sparton XBT-1
Sparton XBT-3
Sparton XBT-4
Sparton XBT-5
Sparton XBT-5DB
Sparton XBT-6
Sparton XBT-7
Sparton XBT-7
Sparton XBT-7DB
Sparton XBT-10
Sparton XBT-20
Sparton XBT-20DB
Sparton 536 AXBT
Sippican XCTD Standard
Sippican XCTD Deep
Sippican AXCTD
Sippican SXCTD
Equation Coefficients
a
b
6.472
6.691
6.828
6.346
6.472
6.691
6.472
6.691
6.472
6.691
6.301
1.779
1.52
6.472
6.691
6.472
6.691
6.472
6.691
6.828
6.301
6.472
6.691
–2.16
–2.25
–1.82
–1.82
–2.16
–2.25
–2.16
–2.25
–2.16
–2.25
–2.16
–0.255
0.0
–2.16
–2.25
–2.16
–2.25
–2.16
–2.25
–1.82
–2.16
–2.16
–2.25
6.301
5.861
6.472
6.828
6.828
6.472
6.472
6.705
6.472
6.301
6.472
6.472
1.524
–2.16
–0.0904
–2.16
–1.82
–1.82
–2.16
–2.16
–2.28
–2.16
–2.16
–2.16
–2.16
0
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure
for IXIXIX
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table 0 22 067)
Meaning
Instrument
make and type
Equation Coefficients
a
741
742
743
744
745
751
780
741
742
743
744
745
751
780
781
781
800
810
820
825
800
810
820
825
830
831
840
841
830
831
840
841
842
843
842
843
844
844
845
845
846
846
847
847
850
851
850
851
852
853
852
853
854
855
854
855
856
856
857
857
858
858
859
859
860
860
861
861
I.2 – Co/3- Tab — 2
b
TSK XCTD/XCTD-1
3.42543
–0.47
TSK XCTD-2
3.43898
–0.31
TSK XCTD-2F
3.43898
–0.31
TSK XCTD-3
5.07598
–0.72
TSK XCTD-4
3.68081
–0.47
TSK AXCTD
Sea-Bird SBE21 SEACAT
Not applicable
Thermosalinograph
Sea-Bird SBE45 MicroTSG
Not applicable
Thermosalinograph
Mechanical BT
Not applicable
Hydrocast
Not applicable
Thermistor chain
Not applicable
Temperature (sonic) and pressure
Not applicable
probes
CTD
Not applicable
CTD-P-ALACE float
Not applicable
PROVOR, no conductivity sensor
Not applicable
PROVOR, Sea-Bird conductivity
Not applicable
sensor
PROVOR, FSI conductivity sensor
Not applicable
Polar Ocean Profiling System
(POPS), PROVOR, SBE CTD
Profiling float, ARVOR, Sea-Bird
conductivity sensor
Webb Research, no conductivity
Not applicable
sensor
Webb Research, Sea-Bird
Not applicable
conductivity sensor
Webb Research, FSI conductivity
Not applicable
sensor
SOLO, no conductivity sensor
Not applicable
SOLO, Sea-Bird conductivity
Not applicable
sensor
SOLO, FSI conductivity sensor
Not applicable
Profiling float, SOLO2 (SCRIPPS),
Sea-Bird conductivity sensor
Reserved
Profiling float, NINJA, no
Not applicable
conductivity sensor
Profiling float, NINJA, SBE
Not applicable
conductivity sensor
Profiling float, NINJA, FSI
Not applicable
conductivity sensor
Profiling float, NINJA, TSK
Not applicable
conductivity sensor
Profiling float, NEMO, no
Not applicable
conductivity sensor
Profiling float, NEMO, SBE
Not applicable
conductivity sensor
Profiling float, NEMO, FSI
Not applicable
conductivity sensor
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure
for IXIXIX
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table 0 22 067)
862–899
900
862–899
900
901
901
902–994
995
902–994
995
996
996
997–999
997–999
1000–1022
1023
Meaning
Instrument
make and type
Reserved
Sippican LMP-5 XBT
Ice-tethered Profiler (ITP),
SBE CTD
Reserved
Instrument attached to
marine mammals
Instrument attached to animals
other than marine mammals
Reserved
Reserved
Missing value
Equation Coefficients
a
b
9.727
–0.0000473
Not applicable
Not applicable
Notes:
(1)
The depth is calculated from coefficients a and b and the time t as follows: z = at + 10 –3 bt 2
(2)
(3)
All unassigned numbers are reserved for future use.
The values of a and b are supplied for information only.
____________
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
COMMON CODE TABLE C–4: Water temperature profile recorder types
Code table 4770 – XRXR (Recorder type) – for alphanumeric codes
Common Code table
Code table 0 22 068 (Water temperature profile recorder types) in BUFR
Code figure for
XRXR
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table 0 22 068)
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
10
11
20
21
22
30
31
32
33
34
35
40
41
42
43
45
46
47
48
49
50
60
61
62
63
64
65
70
71
72
80
81
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
20
21
22
30
31
32
33
34
35
40
41
42
43
45
46
47
48
49
50
60
61
62
63
64
65
70
71
72
80
81
82
82
99
99
127
Meaning
Sippican Strip Chart Recorder
Sippican MK2A/SSQ-61
Sippican MK-9
Sippican AN/BHQ-7/MK8
Sippican MK-12
Sippican MK-21
Sippican MK-8 Linear Recorder
Sippican MK-10
Sparton SOC BT/SV Processor Model 100
Lockheed-Sanders Model OL5005
ARGOS XBT-ST
CLS-ARGOS/Protecno XBT-ST Model-1
CLS-ARGOS/Protecno XBT-ST Model-2
BATHY Systems SA-810
Scripps Metrobyte Controller
Murayama Denki Z-60-16 III
Murayama Denki Z-60-16 II
Protecno ETSM2
Nautilus Marine Service NMS-XBT
TSK MK-2A
TSK MK-2S
TSK MK-30
TSK MK-30N
TSK MK-100
TSK MK-130 Compatible recorder for both XBT and XCTD
TSK MK-130A XCTD recorder
TSK AXBT RECEIVER MK-300
TSK MK-150/MK-150N Compatible recorder for both XBT and XCTD
JMA ASTOS
ARGOS communications, sampling on up transit
ARGOS communications, sampling on down transit
Orbcomm communications, sampling on up transit
Orbcomm communications, sampling on down transit
Iridium communications, sampling on up transit
Iridium communications, sampling on down transit
CSIRO Devil-1 XBT acquisition system
CSIRO Devil-2 XBT acquisition system
TURO/CSIRO Quoll XBT acquisition system
Applied Microsystems Ltd., MICRO-SVT&P
Sea Mammal Research Unit, Univ. St. Andrews, UK,
uncorrected salinity from a sea mammal mounted instrument
Sea Mammal Research Unit, Univ. St. Andrews, UK, corrected
salinity from a sea mammal mounted instrument
Unknown
Missing value
Note: All unassigned numbers are reserved for future use.
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
COMMON CODE TABLE C–5: Satellite identifier
Common Code table
I6I6I6 for alphanumeric codes
Code table 0 01 007 in BUFR
Code used in GRIB Edition 2
(EVEN DECILES INDICATE POLAR-ORBITING SATELLITES AND ODD DECILES INDICATE GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITES.)
Code figure for
I6I6I6
000
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table 0 01 007)
0
Code figure for
GRIB
Edition 2
0
Reserved
001–099: Numbers allocated to Europe
001
002
003
004
005
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
ERS 1
ERS 2
METOP-1 (Metop-B)
METOP-2 (Metop-A)
METOP-3 (Metop-C)
020
021
022
023
20
21
22
23
20
21
22
23
SPOT1
SPOT2
SPOT3
SPOT4
040
041
042
043
044
046
40
41
42
43
44
46
40
41
42
43
44
46
OERSTED
CHAMP
TerraSAR-X
TanDEM-X
PAZ
SMOS
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
METEOSAT 3
METEOSAT 4
METEOSAT 5
METEOSAT 6
METEOSAT 7
METEOSAT 8
METEOSAT 9
METEOSAT 10
METEOSAT 1
METEOSAT 2
060
60
60
ENVISAT
070
70
70
METEOSAT 11
100–199: Numbers allocated to Japan
120
121
120
121
120
121
ADEOS
ADEOS II
140
150
140
150
140
150
GOSAT
GMS 3
151
152
151
152
151
152
GMS 4
GMS 5
171
172
171
172
171
172
MTSAT-1R
MTSAT-2
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure for
I6I6I6
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table 0 01 007)
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
Code figure for
GRIB
Edition 2
200–299: Numbers allocated to the United States
200
200
NOAA 8
201
201
NOAA 9
202
202
NOAA 10
203
203
NOAA 11
204
204
NOAA 12
205
205
NOAA 14
206
206
NOAA 15
207
207
NOAA 16
208
208
NOAA 17
209
209
NOAA 18
220
221
222
223
224
220
221
222
223
224
220
221
222
223
224
LANDSAT 5
LANDSAT 4
LANDSAT 7
NOAA 19
NPP
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
DMSP 7
DMSP 8
DMSP 9
DMSP 10
DMSP 11
DMSP 12
DMSP 13
DMSP 14
DMSP 15
DMSP 16
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
GOES 6
GOES 7
GOES 8
GOES 9
GOES 10
GOES 11
GOES 12
GOES 13
GOES 14
GOES 15
260
261
260
261
260
261
JASON 1
JASON 2
281
282
283
285
286
281
282
283
285
286
281
282
283
285
286
QUIKSCAT
TRMM
CORIOLIS
DMSP17
DMSP18
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure for
I6I6I6
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table 0 01 007)
Code figure for
GRIB
Edition 2
300–399: Numbers allocated to the Russian Federation
310
311
320
321
322
323
341
310
311
320
321
322
323
341
310
311
320
321
322
323
341
GOMS 1
GOMS 2
METEOR 2-21
METEOR 3-5
METEOR 3M-1
METEOR 3M-2
RESURS 01-4
400–499: Numbers allocated to India
410
421
430
431
432
440
441
450
451
452
470
471
472
410
421
430
431
432
440
441
450
451
452
470
471
472
410
421
430
431
432
440
441
450
451
452
470
471
472
KALPANA-1
Oceansat-2
INSAT 1B
INSAT 1C
INSAT 1D
Megha-Tropiques
SARAL
INSAT 2A
INSAT 2B
INSAT 2E
INSAT 3A
INSAT 3D
INSAT 3E
500–599: Numbers allocated to China
500
501
510
512
513
514
515
520
521
500
501
510
512
513
514
515
520
521
500
501
510
512
513
514
515
520
521
FY-1C
FY-1D
FY-2
FY-2B
FY-2C
FY-2D
FY-2E
FY-3A
FY-3B
600–699: Numbers allocated to Europe
700–799: Numbers allocated to the United States
700
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
710
711
720
700
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
710
711
720
700
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
710
711
720
TIROS M (ITOS 1)
NOAA 1
NOAA 2
NOAA 3
NOAA 4
NOAA 5
NOAA 6
NOAA 7
TIROS-N
GOES (SMS 1)
GOES (SMS 2)
TOPEX
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure for
I6I6I6
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table 0 01 007)
Code figure for
GRIB
Edition 2
721
722
723
721
722
723
721
722
723
GFO (GEOSAT follow on)
GRACE A
GRACE B
731
732
733
734
735
731
732
733
734
735
731
732
733
734
735
GOES 1
GOES 2
GOES 3
GOES 4
GOES 5
740
741
742
743
744
745
740
741
742
743
744
745
740
741
742
743
744
745
COSMIC-1
COSMIC-2
COSMIC-3
COSMIC-4
COSMIC-5
COSMIC-6
763
764
765
766
767
763
764
765
766
767
763
764
765
766
767
NIMBUS 3
NIMBUS 4
NIMBUS 5
NIMBUS 6
NIMBUS 7
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
ERBS
UARS
EARTH PROBE
TERRA
AQUA
AURA
C/NOFS
CALIPSO
CloudSat
800–849 Numbers allocated to other satellite operators
800
800
800
SUNSAT
810
811
810
811
810
811
COMS-1
COMS-2
820
821
820
821
820
821
SAC-C
SAC-D
825
825
825
KOMPSAT-5
850
851
852
853
850
851
852
853
850
851
852
853
Combination of TERRA and AQUA
Combination of NOAA 16 to NOAA 19
Combination of Metop-1 to Metop-3
Combination of METEOSAT and DMSP
870–998
999–1022
1023
870–998
999–65534
65535
870–998
999 Missing value
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Reserved
Reserved
Missing value
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Note: Within the ranges 000 to 849 and 870 to 998, even deciles indicate polar orbiting satellites and odd deciles
indicate geostationary satellites. The range from 850 to 869 shall be used to indicate combinations of
satellites, so the aforementioned decile rule does not apply to values in this range.
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COMMON CODE TABLE C–6: List of units for TDCFs
Code
figure
Conventional
abbreviation
Abbreviation in
IA5/ASCII (5)
Abbreviation
in ITA2 (5)
Definition in
base units (2)
Base SI units (1)
001
002
003
004
005
006
metre
kilogram
second
ampere
kelvin
mole
m
kg
s
A
K
mol
m
kg
s
A
K
mol
M
KG
S
A
K
MOL
007
candela
cd
cd
CD
021
022
Supplementary SI Units (1)
radian
steradian
rad
sr
rad
sr
RAD
SR
Derived SI Units with special names (1)
030
031
hertz
newton
Hz
N
Hz
N
HZ
N
s–1
kg m s–2
032
033
pascal
joule
Pa
J
Pa
J
PAL
J
kg m–1 s–2
kg m2 s–2
034
035
watt
coulomb
W
C
W
C
W
C
kg m2 s–3
As
036
037
volt
farad
V
F
V
F
V
F
kg m2 s–3 A–1
kg–1 m–2 s4 A2
038
039
ohm
siemens
Ω
S
Ohm
S
OHM
SIE
kg m2 s–3 A–2
kg–1 m–2 s3 A2
040
041
weber
tesla
Wb
T
Wb
T
WB
T
kg m2 s–2 A–1
kg s–2 A–1
042
060
henry
degree Celsius
H
°C
H
Cel
H
CEL
kg m2 s–2 A–2
K+273.15
070
071
lumen
lux
lm
lx
lm
lx
LM
LX
cd sr
080
081
becquerel
gray
Bq
Gy
Bq
Gy
BQ
GY
s–1
m2 s–2
082
sievert
Sv
Sv
SV
m2 s–2
cd sr m–2
SI Unit prefixes (1) (3) (4)
no
no
(yotta)
(zetta)
(Y)
(Z)
(Y)
(Z)
(Y)
(Z)
no
no
exa
peta
E
P
E
P
E
PE
no
no
tera
giga
T
G
T
G
T
G
no
no
mega
kilo
M
k
M
k
MA
K
no
no
hecto
deca
h
da
h
da
H
DA
no
no
deci
centi
d
c
d
c
D
C
no
no
milli
micro
m
μ
m
u
M
U
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Code
figure
Conventional
abbreviation
Abbreviation in
IA5/ASCII (5)
Abbreviation
in ITA2 (5)
no
no
nano
pico
n
p
n
p
N
P
no
no
femto
atto
f
a
f
a
F
A
no
no
(zepto)
(yocto)
(z)
(y)
(z)
(y)
Other, non-SI, units recognized by CGPM (4)
110
111
degree (angle)
minute (angle)
°
'
deg
'
DEG
MNT
112
120
second (angle)
litre
"
l or L
"
l or L
SEC
L
130
131
minute (time)
hour
min
h
min
h
MIN
HR
132
150
day
tonne
d
t
d
t
D
TNE
160
161
electron volt
atomic mass unit
eV
u
eV
u
EV
U
170
171
astronomic unit
parsec
AU
pc
AU
pc
ASU
PRS
Non-SI Units tolerated because of widespread use
200
201
nautical mile
knot
kt
kt
KT
210
220
decibel (6)
hectare
dB
ha
dB
ha
DB
HAR
230
231
week
year
a
a
ANN
Other Units as used by WMO (7)
300
301
per cent
parts per thousand
%
‰
%
0/00
PERCENT
PERTHOU
310
320
eighths of cloud
degrees true
okta
°
okta
deg
OKTA
DEG
321
350
degrees per second
degrees Celsius (8)
degree/s
°C
deg/s
C
DEG/S
C
351
352
degrees Celsius per metre
degrees Celsius per 100 metres
°C/m
°C/100 m
C/m
C/100 m
C/M
C/100 M
360
430
Dobson Unit (9)
month
DU
mon
DU
mon
DU
MON
441
442
per second (same as hertz)
per second squared
/s
s–2
/S
501
510
knots per 1000 metres
foot
s–1
s–2
kt/1000 m
ft
kt/km
ft
KT/KM
FT
511
520
in
in
dPa/s
IN
DPAL/S
521
inch
decipascals per second
(microbar per second)
centibars per second
cb/s
CB/S
522
523
centibars per 12 hours
dekapascal
cb/12 h
daPa
CB/12 HR
DAPAL
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dPa
s–1
cb s–1
cb/12 h
daPa
Definition in
base units (2)
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code
figure
Conventional
abbreviation
530
531
hectopascal
hectopascals per second
hPa
532
533
hectopascals per hour
hectopascals per 3 hours
535
620
Abbreviation in
IA5/ASCII (5)
Abbreviation
in ITA2 (5)
hPa
hPa/s
HPAL
HPAL/S
hPa h–1
hPa/3 h
hPa/h
hPa/3 h
HPAL/HR
HPAL/3 HR
nanobar = hPa 10–6
grams per kilogram
nbar
g kg–1
nbar
g/kg
NBAR
G/KG
621
622
grams per kilogram per second
kilograms per kilogram
g kg–1 s–1
kg kg–1
g kg–1 s–1
kg/kg
KG/KG
623
624
kilograms per kilogram per second
kilograms per square metre
kg kg–1 s–1
kg m–2
630
631
acceleration due to gravity
geopotential metre
kg kg–1 s–1
kg m–2
g
gpm
710
711
millimetre
millimetres per second
mm
mm s–1
mm
mm/s
MM
MM/S
712
713
mm h–1
mm6 m–3
mm/h
mm6 m–3
MM/HR
715
716
millimetres per hour
millimetres to the sixth power per
cubic metre
centimetre
centimetres per second
cm
s–1
cm
cm/s
CM
CM/S
717
720
centimetres per hour
decimetre
cm h–1
dm
cm/h
dm
CM/HR
DM
731
732
metres per second
metres per second per metre
m s–1
m s–1/m
m/s
m s–1/m
M/S
733
734
metres per second per 1000 metres
square metres
m s–1/1000 m
m2
m s–1/km
m2
M2
735
740
square metres per second
kilometre
m2 s–1
km
m2/s
km
M2/S
KM
741
742
kilometres per hour
kilometres per day
km h–1
km/d
km/h
km/d
KM/HR
KM/D
743
750
per metre
becquerels per litre
m–1
Bq l–1
m–1
Bq/l
/M
BQ/L
751
752
becquerels per square metre
becquerels per cubic metre
Bq m–2
Bq m–3
BQ/M2
BQ/M3
753
760
millisievert
metres per second squared
Bq m–2
Bq m–3
mSv
mSv
m s–2
MSV
761
762
square metres second
square metres per second squared
m2 s
m2 s–2
m2 s
m2 s–2
763
764
square metres per radian second
square metres per hertz
m2 rad–1 s
m2 Hz–1
m2 rad–1 s
m2/Hz
765
766
cubic metres
cubic metres per second
m3
m3 s–1
m3
m3/s
767
768
cubic metres per cubic metre
metres to the fourth power
m3 m–3
m4
m3 m–3
m4
769
m2/3 s–1
m2/3 s–1
772
metres to the two thirds power per
second
logarithm per metre
log (m–1)
log (m–1)
773
775
logarithm per square metre
kilograms per metre
(m–2)
log (m–2)
kg/m
hPa
cm
m
s–1
s–2
log
kg m–1
Definition in
base units (2)
g
gpm
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Code
figure
Conventional
abbreviation
Abbreviation in
IA5/ASCII (5)
kilograms per square metre per
second
kilograms per cubic metre
kg m–2 s–1
kg m–2 s–1
kg m–3
kg m–3
778
779
per square kilogram per second
seconds per metre
kg–2
s m–1
kg–2 s–1
s/m
785
786
kelvin metres per second
kelvins per metre
K m s–1
K m–1
K m s–1
K/m
787
kelvin square metres per kilogram
per second
moles per mole
K m2 kg–1 s–1
K m2 kg–1 s–1
mol mol–1
mol/mol
776
777
788
s–1
m–1
Abbreviation
in ITA2 (5)
790
795
radians per metre
newtons per square metre
rad
N m–2
rad/m
N m–2
800
801
pascals per second
kilopascal
Pa s–1
kPa
Pa/s
kPa
805
806
joules per square metre
joules per kilogram
J m–2
J kg–1
J m–2
J/kg
810
811
watts per metre per steradian
watts per square metre
W m–1 sr–1
W m–2
W m–1 sr–1
W m–2
812
813
W m–2 sr–1
W m–2 sr–1 cm
W m–2 sr–1
W m–2 sr–1 cm
W m–2 sr–1 m
W m–2 sr–1 m
815
watts per square metre per steradian
watts per square metre per steradian
centimetre
watts per square metre per steradian
metre
watts per cubic metre per steradian
W m–3 sr–1
W m–3 sr–1
820
825
siemens per metre
square degrees
S m–1
degree2
S/m
deg2
830
835
becquerel seconds per cubic metre
decibels per metre
Bq s m–3
dB m–1
Bq s m–3
dB/m
836
841
decibels per degree
pH unit
dB degree–1
pH unit
dB/deg
pH unit
842
N units
N units
N units
814
Definition in
base units (2)
Notes:
(1)
The international system of units, Système International d'Unités (SI), was established by the eleventh
General Conference on Weights and Measures in 1960, and extended at the 1980 Conference. There are seven base units, two
dimensionless supplementary units and a set of prefixes for decimal scaling. These may be combined to give compound units.
Some compound units have special names, and are called derived Units.
(2)
When documenting compound SI units, each symbol for each base unit has been separated from the others by a space. There is
no space between the unit and any prefix or exponent. Any prefix establishes a new unit to which any exponent applies (e.g. km 2
= (km)2 = m6 not k(m2) = m5). Prefixes must be in the case specified. The full name of the unit must not start with an upper case
letter. If the solidus (/) is used, there must be only one. There is no space before or after it.
(3)
Prefixes beyond exa and atto have been proposed but not yet adopted. Use of the prefixes hecto, deca, deci and centi is
discouraged.
(4)
Prefixes generally should not be used with units having non-decimal multiples and sub-multiples, such as units of time and angle,
or with knots and nautical miles.
(5)
Non-WMO abbreviations with limited character sets taken from ISO 2955-1983. Other abbreviations try to be consistent with this.
(6)
The decibel is one tenth of a bel, which is the decimal logarithm of a ratio of two powers. Frequently, suffixes are supplied to
indicate information about one of the quantities in the ratio, such as dB(mW), dBm, dBZ, dBW, dBmW, dB(μV/m). It is
recommended that only dB is used, with the full meaning of the ratio explained, including reference levels.
(7)
This list consists of the units not mentioned previously that occur in existing WMO Manuals.
(8)
The abbreviation for degrees Celsius proposed for WMO use, C, could be confused with Coulombs. In this case, Amperes
second should be used instead.
(9)
Dobson Unit = DU. One Dobson Unit corresponds to a layer of 0.01 mm of pure ozone, if the whole column of atmosphere were
compressed at P = 1013 hPa and T = 0 °C.
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COMMON CODE TABLE C–7: Tracking technique/status of system used
Code table 3872 – sasa for alphanumeric codes
Common Code table
Code table 0 02 014 in BUFR
Code figure for
sa sa
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table 0 02 014)
00
0
No wind finding
01
1
Automatic with auxiliary optical direction finding
02
2
Automatic with auxiliary radio direction finding
03
3
Automatic with auxiliary ranging
04
4
Not used
05
5
Automatic with multiple VLF-Omega signals
06
6
Automatic cross chain Loran-C
07
7
Automatic with auxiliary wind profiler
Automatic satellite navigation
08
8
09–18
9–18
19
19
Reserved
Tracking technique not specified
TRACKING TECHNIQUES/STATUS OF ASAP SYSTEM
STATUS OF SHIP SYSTEM
20
20
Vessel stopped
21
21
Vessel diverted from original destination
22
22
Vessel's arrival delayed
23
23
Container damaged
Power failure to container
24
24
25–28
25–28
29
29
30
30
Major power problems
31
31
UPS inoperative
32
32
Receiver hardware problems
33
33
Receiver software problems
34
34
Processor hardware problems
35
35
Processor software problems
36
36
NAVAID system damaged
37
37
Shortage of lifting gas
38
38
Reserved
39
39
Other problems
Reserved for future use
Other problems
SOUNDING SYSTEM
LAUNCH FACILITIES
40
40
Mechanical defect
41
41
Material defect (hand launcher)
42
42
Power failure
43
43
Control failure
44
44
Pneumatic/hydraulic failure
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Code figure for
sa sa
Code figure for
BUFR
(Code table 0 02 014)
45
45
Other problems
46
46
Compressor problems
47
47
Balloon problems
48
48
Balloon release problems
49
49
Launcher damaged
50
50
R/S receiver antenna defect
51
51
NAVAID antenna defect
52
52
R/S receiver cabling (antenna) defect
NAVAID antenna cabling defect
DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM
53
53
54–58
54–58
59
59
Reserved
Other problems
COMMUNICATIONS
60
60
ASAP communications defect
61
61
Communications facility rejected data
62
62
No power at transmitting antenna
63
63
Antenna cable broken
64
64
Antenna cable defect
65
65
Message transmitted power below normal
66–68
66–68
69
69
Other problems
70
70
All systems in normal operation
71–98
71–98
99
99
100–126
127
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Reserved
Reserved
Status of system and its components not specified
Reserved
Missing value
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COMMON CODE TABLE C–8: Satellite instruments
Common Code table
Code table 0 02 019 in BUFR
Code
Agency
Type
Instrument short name
Instrument long name
10
BNSC
Radiometer
AATSR
Advanced along track scanning radiometer
11
12
13
30
40
41
BNSC
BNSC
BNSC
CNES
CNES
CNES
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Communications
Lidar
Lidar
ATSR
ATSR-2
MWR
ARGOS
Laser reflectors
DORIS
Along track scanning radiometer
Along track scanning radiometer-2
Microwave radiometer
42
CNES
Lidar
DORIS-NG
47
CNES
Radar altimeter
POSEIDON-1
(SSALT1)
48
CNES
Radar altimeter
POSEIDON-2
(SSALT2)
49
CNES
Radar altimeter
50
51
CNES
CNES
52
53
54
55
56
CNES
CNES
CNES
CNES
CNES
60
61
80
81
85
90
91
CNES
CNES
CSA
CSA
CSA
CSA
CSA
97
98
CSIRO
CRCSS
102
103
116
DLR
DLR
DLR
117
DLR
POSEIDON-3
(SSALT3)
Imaging radiometer ATSR/M
High-resolution
HRG
optical imager
Radiometer
HRV
Radiometer
HRVIR
Radiometer
ScaRaB/MV2
Radiometer
POLDER
Imaging multiIIR
spectral radiometer
Spectrometer
VEGETATION
Spectrometer
WINDII
Communications
RADARSAT DTT
Communications
RADARSAT TTC
Radar
SAR (CSA)
Radiometer
MOPITT
Atmospheric
OSIRIS
chemistry instrument
Radiometer
Panchromatic imager
Atmospheric
GPS receiver
temperature and
humidity sounder
Radiometer
CHAMP GPS sounder
Radiometer
IGOR
Magnetometer
CHAMP gravity package
(Accelerometer+GPS)
Magnetometer
CHAMP magnetometry
package (1 scalar+
2 vector magnetometer)
Doppler orbitography and radio-positioning
integrated by satellite
Doppler orbitography and radio-positioning
integrated by satellite-NG
Positioning ocean solid Earth ice dynamics
orbiting navigator (single frequency solid state
radar altimeter)
Positioning ocean solid Earth ice dynamics
orbiting navigator (double frequency solid state
radar altimeter)
Advanced microwave radiometer
ATSR/M
High-resolution visible
High-resolution visible and infrared
Scanner for Earth's radiation budget
POLDER
Imaging Infrared Radiometer
VEGETATION
WINDII
Synthetic aperture radar (CSA)
Measurements of pollution in the troposphere
Optical spectrograph and Infrared imaging
system
GPS turborogue space receiver (TRSR)
Integrated GPS and Occultation Receiver
STAR accelerometer
Overhauser magnetometer (OVM) and
fluxgate magnetometer (FGM)
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Code
Agency
Type
Instrument short name
Instrument long name
120
121
130
131
140
141
142
143
144
ESA
ESA
ESA
ESA
ESA
ESA
ESA
ESA
ESA
Communications
Communications
Lidar
Lidar
Radar
Radar
Radar
Radar
Imaging microwave
ENVISAT Comms
ERS Comms
ALADIN
ATLID
AMI/SAR/image
AMI/SAR/wave
AMI/scatterometer
ASAR
ASAR
145
ESA
Imaging microwave ASAR
146
ESA
147
148
150
161
ESA
ESA
ESA
ESA
Cloud profile and
rain radar
Radar
Radar
Scatterometer
Radiometer
Communications package on ENVISAT
Communication package for ERS
Atmospheric laser Doppler instrument
Atmospheric lidar
Active microwave instrumentation image mode
Active microwave instrumentation wave mode
Active microwave instrumentation wind mode
ASAR
Advanced synthetic aperture radar
(image mode)
Advanced synthetic aperture radar
(wave mode)
Cloud radar
162
ESA
163
ESA
170
ESA
172
174
175
ESA
ESA
ESA
Imaging multiMWR-2
spectral radiometer
(passive microwave)
Atmospheric
SOPRANO
chemistry instrument
Atmospheric
GOME
chemistry instrument
Spectrometer
GOMOS
Spectrometer
MERIS
Spectrometer
SCIAMACHY
176
ESA
Radiometer
MIRAS
181
182
190
EUMETSAT
EUMETSAT
ESA/
EUMETSAT
EUMETSAT
ESA/
EUMETSAT
EUMETSAT
EUMETSAT
EUMETSAT
EUMETSAT
Communications
Communications
Scatterometer
METEOSAT Comms
MSG Comms
ASCAT
Global ozone monitoring by occultation of stars
Medium resolution imaging spectrometer
Scanning imaging absorption spectrometer for
atmospheric cartography
Microwave imaging radiometer using aperture
synthesis
Communications package for METEOSAT
Communications package for MSG
Advanced scatterometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
GERB
GRAS
Geostationary Earth radiation budget
GNSS receiver for atmospheric sounding
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Imaging
multi-spectral
radiometer (vis/IR)
Spectrometer
MHS
MVIRI
SEVIRI
VIRI
Microwave humidity sounder
METEOSAT visible and infrared imager
Spinning enhanced visible and infrared imager
VIRI
GOME-2
Global ozone monitoring experiment-2
Atmospheric
temperature and
humidity sounder
Communications
IASI
Infrared atmospheric sounding interferometer
DCP
Data-collection platform transponder
200
202
203
205
207
208
220
221
240
ESA/
EUMETSAT
CNES/
EUMETSAT
CAST
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CPR
RA-2/MWR
RA/MWR
SCATTEROMETER
MIPAS
Radar altimeter-2
Radar altimeter
Scatterometer
Michelson interferometric passive atmosphere
sounder
Microwave radiometer-2
Sub-milimetre observation of processes in the
absorption noteworthy for ozone
Global ozone monitoring experiment
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code
Agency
Type
Instrument short name
Instrument long name
245
246
CAST
INPE
CCD
HSB
High-resolution CCD camera
Humidity sounder/Brazil
248
INPE
OBA
Observador Brasileiro da Amazonia
250
255
260
CAST
CAST
ISRO
Radiometer
Atmospheric
temperature and
humidity sounder
Imaging multispectral radiometer
(vis/IR)
Radiometer
Spectrometer
Precision orbit
Wide field imager
Infrared multispectral scanner
261
262
268
ISRO
ISRO
ISRO
WFI
IRMSS
BSS & FSS
transponders
DRT-S&R
INSAT Comms
HR-PAN
269
ISRO
MSMR
Multifrequency scanning
microwave radiometer
270
ISRO
VHRR
Very high-resolution radiometer
271
ISRO
WiFS
Wide field sensor
275
ISRO
AWiFS
Advanced wide field sensor
276
ISRO
LISS-I
Linear imaging self scanner-I
277
ISRO
LISS-II
Linear imaging self scanner-II
278
ISRO
LISS-III
Linear imaging self scanner-III
279
ISRO
LISS-IV
Linear imaging self scanner-IV
284
ISRO
PAN
Panchromatic sensor
285
ISRO
MOS
Modular opto-electronic scanner
286
ISRO
OCM
Ocean colour monitor
287
288
290
294
ASI
ISRO
JMA
JMA
ROSA
SCAT
MTSAT Comms
IMAGER/MTSAT-1R
Radio Occultation Sounder of the Atmosphere
Scatterometer
Communications package for MTSAT
Imager/MTSAT
295
JMA
IMAGER/MTSAT
Imager/MTSAT
296
JMA
VISSR
Visible and infrared spin scan radiometer
Precision orbit
Communications
High-resolution
optical imager
Imaging
multi-spectral
radiometer
(passive microwave)
Imaging
multi-spectral
radiometer (vis/IR)
Imaging
multi-spectral
radiometer (vis/IR)
High-resolution
optical imager
High-resolution
optical imager
High-resolution
optical imager
High-resolution
optical imager
High-resolution
optical imager
High-resolution
optical imager
Imaging
multi-spectral
radiometer (vis/IR)
Ocean colour
instrument
Scatterometer
Communications
Imaging multispectral radiometer
Imaging multispectral radiometer
Imaging multispectral radiometer
Communications package for INSAT
High-resolution panchromatic camera
I.2 – Co/8- Tab — 3
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code
Agency
Type
Instrument short name
Instrument long name
300
301
302
303
NASA
NASA
NASA
NASA
Lidar
Precision orbit
Lidar
Lidar
GLAS
LRA
MBLA
CALIOP
309
NASA
312
313
330
NASA
NASA
NASA
334
NASA
336
NASA
347
NASA
348
NASA
351
NASA
353
NASA
354
NASA
356
358
NASA
NASA
359
NASA
360
NASA
363
NASA
365
NASA
366
NASA
367
NASA
Cloud profile and
CPR (Cloudsat)
rain radar
Radar
NSCAT
Radar
SeaWinds
Earth radiation
ACRIM
budget radiometer
Total and profile
BUV
ozone
High-resolution
ALI
optical imager
High-resolution
ASTER
optical imager
Earth radiation
CERES-2
budget radiometer
Atmospheric
GPSDR
temperature and
humidity sounder
Total and profile
HiRDLS
ozone
Total and profile
HRDI
ozone
Radiometer
LIS
Magnetic field,
PEM
auroal imagery
scintillation boundary
Ocean colour
SeaWiFS
instrument
Earth radiation
SUSIM (UARS)
budget radiometer
Total and profile
SBUV/1
ozone
Imaging multiTMI
spectral radiometer
(passive microwave)
Imaging multiJMR
spectral radiometer
(passive microwave)
Imaging multiAMR
spectral radiometer
Geoscience laser altimeter system
Laser retroreflector array
Multi-beam laser altimeter
Cloud-aerosol lidar with
orthogonal polarization
Cloud profiling radar
369
NASA
370
NASA
I.2 – Co/8- Tab — 4
Total and profile
ozone
Total and profile
ozone
NASA scatterometer
ADEOS II – NASA scatterometer
Active cavity radiometer irradiance monitor
Backscatter ultraviolet instrument
Advanced land imager
Advanced spaceborne thermal emission and
reflection radiometer
Cloud and the Earth's radiant energy system
GPS demonstration receiver
High-resolution dynamics limb sounder
High-resolution Doppler imager
Lightning imaging sensor
Particle environment monitor
Sea-viewing wide field-of-view sensor
Solar ultraviolet irradiance monitor
Solar backscatter ultraviolet 1 instrument
TRMM microwave imager
JASON-1 microwave radiometer
LIMS
Positioning ocean solid Earth
ice dynamics orbiting navigator
(double frequency solid state
radar altimeter)
Limb infrared monitor of the stratosphere
LRIR
Limb radiance inversion radiometer instrument
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code
Agency
Type
Instrument short name
Instrument long name
371
NASA
EPIC
Earth polychromatic imaging camera
372
NASA
NISTAR
NIST advanced radiometer
373
NASA
374
375
NASA
NASA
376
CNES
377
NASA
379
NASA
382
383
384
NASA
NASA
NASA
Total and profile
ozone
Earth radiation
budget radiometer
Magnetic field,
auroal imagery
scintillation
boundary
Other
Imaging multispectral radiometer
(vis/IR)
Multiple direction/
polarization
radiometer
Earth radiation
budget radiometer
Imaging multispectral radiometer
(vis/IR)
Spectro-radiometer
Spectro-radiometer
Spectro-radiometer
385
386
387
389
NASA
NASA
NASA
NASA
Spectro-radiometer
Spectro-radiometer
Spectro-radiometer
Spectro-radiometer
MISR
MLS
MLS (EOS-Aura)
MODIS
393
394
NASA
NASA
HAIRS
OMI
395
396
399
NASA
NASA
NASA
Gravity
Total and profile
ozone
Radiometer
Radiometer
Spectro-radiometer
400
NASA
Spectro-radiometer SAGE II
401
NASA
Spectro-radiometer SAGE III
402
403
404
405
NASA
NASA
NASA
NASA
420
426
430
431
450
NASA
NASA
NASA
NASA
JAXA
Spectro-radiometer
Spectro-radiometer
Spectro-radiometer
Atmospheric
temperature and
humidity sounder
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
Communications
Plasma-Mag
XPS
VIRS
XUV photometer system
Visible infrared scanner
POLDER II
Polarization and directionality of the Earth's
reflectance-II
TIM
Total irradiance monitor
WFC
Wide field camera
CLAES
HALOE
ISAMS
Cryogenic limb array etalon spectrometer
Halogen occultation experiment
Improved stratospheric and mesospheric
sounder
Multi-angle imaging spectroradiometer
Microwave limb sounder
Microwave limb sounder (EOS-Aura)
Moderate-resolution imaging
spectroradiometer
High accuracy inter-satellite ranging system
Ozone measuring instrument
Atmospheric corrector
Hyperion
SAGE I
SAMS
SAM-II
IRIS
GIFTS
AIRS
SOLSTICE
TES
TOMS
ADEOS Comms
Atmospheric corrector
Hyperspectral imager
Stratospheric aerosol and gas
experiment-I
Stratospheric aerosol and gas
experiment-II
Stratospheric aerosol and gas
experiment-III
Stratospheric and mesospheric sounder
Stratospheric aerosol measurement-II
Infrared interferometer spectrometer
Geosynchronous imaging Fourier transform
spectrometer
Atmospheric Infrared sounder
Solar stellar irradiance comparison experiment
Troposhperic emission spectrometer
Total ozone mapping spectrometer
Communications package for ADEOS
I.2 – Co/8- Tab — 5
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code
Agency
Type
Instrument short name
Instrument long name
451
453
454
460
461
462
JAXA
NASDA
NASDA
NASDA
NASDA
NASDA
DCS (JAXA)
GMS Comms
JERS-1 Comms
RIS
PR
SAR
Data-collection system (JAXA)
Communications package on GMS
Communications package for JERS-1
Retroreflector in space
Precipitation radar
Synthetic aperture radar
470
JAXA
PALSAR
479
JAXA
Phased array type L-band synthetic aperture
radar
Advanced microwave scanning radiometer –
EOS
480
JAXA
481
482
JAXA
NASDA
483
JAXA
484
485
JAXA
NASDA
Communications
Communications
Communications
Lidar
Radar
Imaging microwave
radar
Imaging microwave
radar
Imaging multispectral radiometer
(passive microwave)
High-resolution
optical imager
Radiometer
High-resolution
optical imager
High-resolution
optical imager
Imager
Radiometer
486
487
488
489
NASDA
NASDA
NASDA
NASDA
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
MSR
OCTS
OPS
VISSR (GMS-5)
490
510
511
512
514
515
NASDA
NASDA
NASDA
NASDA
NASDA
JAXA
VTIR
ILAS-I
ILAS-II
IMG
SEM
SOFIS
516
JAXA
Radiometer
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
Space environment
Total and profile
ozone
Spectrometer
517
JAXA
Imager
TANSO-CAI
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
550
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Communications
Spectrometer
Magnetic field
DCS (NOAA)
GOES Comms
LANDSAT Comms
NOAA Comms
S&R (GOES)
S&R (NOAA)
WEFAX
SEM (GOES)
SSM
I.2 – Co/8- Tab — 6
AMSR-E
PRISM (ALOS)
AMSR
AVNIR
AVNIR-2
GLI
MESSR
TANSO-FTS
Panchromatic remote-sensing instrument for
stereo mapping
Advanced microwave scanning radiometer
Advanced visible and near infrared radiometer
Advanced visible and near infrared radiometer
type 2
Global imager
Multispectral electronic self scanning
radiometer
Microwave scanning radiometer
Ocean colour and temperature scanner
Optical sensor
Visible and infrared spin scan radiometer
(GMS-5)
Visible and thermal infrared radiometer
Improved limb atmospheric spectrometer
Improved limb atmospheric spectrometer
Inferometric monitor of greenhouse gases
Space environment monitor (NASDA)
Solar occultation Fourier transform
spectrometer for inclined orbit satellite
Thermal and Near infrared Sensor for carbon
Observations (TANSO) Fourier Transform
Spectrometer (FTS)
Thermal and Near infrared Sensor for carbon
Observations (TANSO) Cloud and Aerosol
Imager (CAI)
Data-collection system (NOAA)
Communications package on GOES
Communications package for LANDSAT
Communications package for NOAA
Search and rescue
Search and rescue
Weather facsimile
Space environment monitor
Special sensor magnetometer
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code
Agency
Type
Instrument short name
Instrument long name
551
NOAA
Magnetic field
SSJ/4
552
NOAA
Space environment SSIES-2
553
570
574
580
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
Space environment
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Special sensor precipitating
plasma monitor
Special sensor ionospheric plasma
drift/scintillation meter
Special sensor gamma ray particle detector
Advanced microwave sounding unit-A
Advanced microwave sounding unit-B
Advanced TIROS operational vertical sounder
590
591
592
600
601
605
606
607
615
616
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
620
NOAA
621
NOAA
622
623
624
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Imaging multispectral radiometer
(vis/IR)
Atmospheric
temperature and
humidity sounder
Atmospheric
temperature and
humidity sounder
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
625
NOAA
Radiometer
626
627
628
629
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
630
631
645
650
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NRSCC
Radiometer
Radiometer
Spectrometer
Radiometer
651
NRSCC
Radiometer
652
NRSCC
Radiometer
670
680
NSAU
NSAU
681
NSAU
682
NSAU
Radar
High-resolution
optical imager
Imaging multiMSU-UM
spectral radiometer
(vis/IR)
Radiometer
RM-08
SSB/X-2
AMSU-A
AMSU-B
ATOVS (HIRS/3 +
AMSU + AVHRR/3)
AVHRR/2
AVHRR/3
AVHRR/4
ERBE
ETM+
HIRS/2
HIRS/3
HIRS/4
IMAGER
VIIRS
Advanced very high-resolution radiometer/2
Advanced very high-resolution radiometer/3
Advanced very high-resolution radiometer/4
Earth's radiation budget experiment
Enhanced thematic mapper
High-resolution infrared sounder/2
High-resolution infrared sounder/3
High-resolution infrared sounder/4
Imager
Visible/infrared imager radiometer suite
CrIRS/NP
Cross-track infrared sounder/NPOESS
ATMS
Advanced technology microwave sounder
MSS
MSU
SBUV/2
instrument/2
SBUV/3
instrument/3
SOUNDER
SSU
TM
TOVS (HIRS/2 +
MSU + SSU)
VAS
SSZ
SEM
MVIRSR (10 channel)
scan radiometer
MVIRSR (3 channel)
scan radiometer
MVIRSR (5 channel)
scan radiometer
RLSBO
MSU-EU
Multispectral scanning system
Microwave sounding unit
Solar backscatter ultraviolet
Solar backscatter ultraviolet
SOUNDER
Stratospheric sounding unit
Thematic mapper
TIROS operational vertical sounder
VISSR atmospheric sounder
Space environment monitor
Multispectral visible and infrared
Multispectral visible and infrared
Multispectral visible and infrared
Side looking microwave radar
Multispectral radiometer with high resolution
Visible multispectral radiometer
Imaging microwave radiometer
I.2 – Co/8- Tab — 7
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code
Agency
Type
Instrument short name
Instrument long name
683
NSAU
SU-UMS
Stereo radiometer with high resolution
684
NSAU
SU-VR
Visible radiometer with
high resolution
685
700
701
710
712
715
716
730
731
732
733
740
745
750
751
752
753
755
756
757
760
761
762
763
770
771
775
776
777
780
781
785
786
790
NSAU
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
High-resolution
optical imager
High-resolution
optical imager
Radiometer
Communications
Communications
Lidar
Lidar
Lidar
Lidar
Radar
Radar
Radar
Radar
Radar
Radar
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
791
ROSCOSMOS
Radiometer
MSU-E1
792
ROSCOSMOS
Radiometer
MSU-E2
793
794
795
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
MSU-M
MSU-S
MSU-SK
796
ROSCOSMOS
Radiometer
MSU-V
810
ROSCOSMOS
Radiometer
MTZA
I.2 – Co/8- Tab — 8
TRASSER
KONDOR-2
BRK
ALISSA
Balkan-2 lidar
MK-4
MK-4M
Greben
SAR-10
SAR-3
SAR-70
SLR-3
Travers SAR
174-K
BTVK
Chaika
DELTA-2
IKAR-D
IKAR-N
IKAR-P
ISP
KFA-1000
KFA-200
KFA-3000
Klimat
Klimat-2
MIRAS
MIVZA
MIVZA-M
MR-2000
MR-2000M
MR-900
MR-900B
MSU-E
Data-collection and transmission system
Backscatter lidar
Radar altimeter
Synthetic aperture radar
Synthetic aperture radar
Synthetic aperture radar
Side looking radar
Temperature and humidity profiler
Scanning television radiometer
Scanning infrared radiometer
Multispectral microwave scanner
Multispectral microwave scanner
Multispectral microwave scanner
Multispectral microwave scanner
Photographic camera
Photographic camera
Photographic camera
Scanning infrared radiometer
Scanning infrared radiometer
Microwave scanning radiometer
Scanning telephotometer
Scanning visual band telephotometer
Multispectral high-resolution
electronic scanner
Multispectral high-resolution
electronic scanner
Multispectral high-resolution
electronic scanner
Multispectral medium-resolution scanner
Multispectral medium-resolution
conical scanner
Multispectral high-resolution
conical scanner
Scanning microwave radiometer
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code
Agency
Type
Instrument short name
Instrument long name
815
ROSCOSMOS
MZOAS
Scanning microwave radiometer
820
ROSCOSMOS
R-225
Single channel microwave radiometer
821
822
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
Imaging multispectral radiometer
(passive microwave)
Imaging multispectral radiometer
(passive microwave)
Radiometer
Radiometer
R-400
R-600
Single channel microwave radiometer
830
835
836
840
850
851
855
856
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
Spectro-radiometer
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
RMS
TV camera
SILVA
SROSMO
BUFS-2
BUFS-4
ISTOK-1
SFM-2
857
858
859
860
900
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
ROSCOSMOS
NOAA
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
Radiometer
DOPI
KGI-4
Ozon-M
RMK-2
MAXIE
901
905
906
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
Radiometer
Radiometer
Radiometer
OLS
SSM/I
SSM/T-1
907
NOAA
Radiometer
SSM/T-2
908
910
930
931
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
NOAA
Radiometer
Radiometer
Spectrometer
Spectrometer
932
NRSCC
933
NRSCC
934
NRSCC
935
NRSCC
936
NRSCC
937
NRSCC
Imaging multispectral radiometer
(vis/IR)
Atmospheric
temperature and
humidity sounder
Atmospheric
temperature and
humidity sounder
Atmospheric
temperature and
humidity sounder
Atmospheric
temperature and
humidity sounder
Imaging multispectral radiometer
(vis/IR)
SSMIS
SXI
EHIC
X-ray astronomy
payload
IVISSR (FY-2)
Radiation measurement system
Spectroradiometer for ocean monitoring
Backscatter spectrometer/2
Backscatter spectrometer/4
Infrared spectrometer
Spectrometer to measure direct
solar radiation
Magnetospheric atmospheric X-ray imaging
experiment
Operational linescan system
Mission sensor microwave imager
Mission sensor microwave
temperature sounder
Mission sensor microwave water
vapour sounder
Special sensor microwave imager sounder
Solar X-ray imager
Energetic heavy ion composition experiment
Improved multispectral visible and Infrared
scan radiometer (5 channels)
IRAS
Infrared atmospheric sounder
MWAS
Microwave atmospheric sounder
IMWAS
Improved Microwave atmospheric sounder
MWHS
Microwave humidity sounder
MVIRS
Moderate resolution visible and
infrared imaging spectroradiometer
I.2 – Co/8- Tab — 9
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code
Agency
Type
938
NRSCC
Microwave radiation imager
940
ROSCOSMOS
941
CNES
Imaging multiMWRI
spectral radiometer
(passive microwave)
Atmospheric
MTVZA-OK
temperature and
humidity sounder
Atmospheric
SAPHIR
temperature and
humidity sounder
944
945
NOAA
NOAA
Altimeter
Total solar irradiance sensor
946
NOAA
947
NOAA
948
NOAA
949
NOAA
950
NRSCC
951
NRSCC
952
NRSCC
Radar altimeter
ALT
Earth radiation
TSIS
budget radiometer
Imaging multiCMIS
spectral radiometer
(passive microwave)
Total and profile
OMPS
ozone
Space environment GPSOS
atmospheric
temperature and
humidity sounder
Magnetic field,
SESS
auroal imagery
scintillation boundary
Imaging multiVIRR
spectral radiometer
(vis/IR)
Total and profile
TOM
ozone
Total and profile
OP
ozone
Reserved
Reserved for long-term future use
Missing value
953–999
1000–2046
2047
I.2 – Co/8- Tab — 10
Instrument short name
Instrument long name
Scanning microwave radiometer
Conical-scanning microwave
imager/sounder
Ozone mapping and profiler suite
Global positioning system occultation sensor
Space environmental sensor suite
Multispectral visible and infrared scan
radiometer (10 channels)
Total ozone mapper
Ozone profiler
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
COMMON CODE TABLE C–11: Originating/generating centres
Common Code table
CREX Edition 2
B 01 035
(5 characters)
and Group 3
in Section 1
00000
BUFR 0 01 035
CREX Edition 2, ooooo in Group Poooooppp in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2, Octets 6–7 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4, Octets 5–6 in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2
Octets 6–7 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4
0 01 035 (16 bits)
and Octets 5–6 in Section 1
0
WMO Secretariat
00001–00009: WMCs
00001
1
Melbourne
00002
2
Melbourne
00003
3
)
00004
4
Moscow
00005
5
Moscow
00006
6
)
00007
7
US National Weather Service, National Centres for
Environmental Prediction (NCEP)
00008
8
US National Weather Service Telecommunications
00009
9
00010
10
Cairo (RSMC)
00011
11
)
00012
12
Dakar (RSMC)
00013
13
)
00014
14
Nairobi (RSMC)
00015
15
)
00016
16
Casablanca (RSMC)
00017
17
Tunis (RSMC)
00018
18
Tunis–Casablanca (RSMC)
00019
19
)
00020
20
Las Palmas
00021
21
Algiers (RSMC)
00022
22
ACMAD
00023
23
Mozambique (NMC)
00024
24
Pretoria (RSMC)
00025
25
La Réunion (RSMC)
00026
26
Khabarovsk (RSMC)
00027
27
)
00028
28
New Delhi (RSMC)
00029
29
)
Gateway (NWSTG)
US National Weather Service – Other
00010–00025: Centres in Region I
00026–00040: Centres in Region II
I.2 – Co/11- Tab — 1
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
CREX Edition 2
B 01 035
(5 characters)
and Group 3
in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2
Octets 6–7 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4
0 01 035 (16 bits)
and Octets 5–6 in Section 1
00030
30
Novosibirsk (RSMC)
00031
31
)
00032
32
Tashkent (RSMC)
00033
33
Jeddah (RSMC)
00034
34
Tokyo (RSMC), Japan Meteorological Agency
00035
35
)
00036
36
Bangkok
00037
37
Ulaanbaatar
00038
38
Beijing (RSMC)
00039
39
)
00040
40
Seoul
00041–00050: Centres in Region III
00041
41
Buenos Aires (RSMC)
00042
42
)
00043
43
Brasilia (RSMC)
00044
44
)
00045
45
Santiago
00046
46
Brazilian Space Agency - INPE
00047
47
Colombia (NMC)
00048
48
Ecuador (NMC)
00049
49
Peru (NMC)
00050
50
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) (NMC)
00051–00063: Centres in Region IV
00051
51
Miami (RSMC)
00052
52
Miami RSMC, National Hurricane Centre
00053
53
Montreal (RSMC)
00054
54
)
00055
55
San Francisco
00056
56
ARINC Centre
00057
57
US Air Force – Air Force Global Weather Central
00058
58
Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography
Center, Monterey, CA, United States
00059
59
The NOAA Forecast Systems Laboratory, Boulder, CO,
United States
00060
60
United States National Center for Atmospheric Research
(NCAR)
00061
61
Service ARGOS – Landover
00062
62
US Naval Oceanographic Office
00063
63
International Research Institute for Climate and Society
(IRI)
I.2 – Co/11- Tab — 2
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
CREX Edition 2
B 01 035
(5 characters)
and Group 3
in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2
Octets 6–7 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4
0 01 035 (16 bits)
and Octets 5–6 in Section 1
00064–00073: Centres in Region V
00064
64
Honolulu (RSMC)
00065
65
Darwin (RSMC)
00066
66
)
00067
67
Melbourne (RSMC)
00068
68
Reserved
00069
69
Wellington (RSMC)
00070
70
)
00071
71
Nadi (RSMC)
00072
72
Singapore
00073
73
Malaysia (NMC)
00074–00099: Centres in Region VI
00074
74
UK Meteorological Office - Exeter (RSMC)
00075
75
)
00076
76
Moscow (RSMC)
00077
77
Reserved
00078
78
Offenbach (RSMC)
00079
79
)
00080
80
Rome (RSMC)
00081
81
)
00082
82
Norrköping
00083
83
)
00084
84
Toulouse (RSMC)
00085
85
Toulouse (RSMC)
00086
86
Helsinki
00087
87
Belgrade
00088
88
Oslo
00089
89
Prague
00090
90
Episkopi
00091
91
Ankara
00092
92
Frankfurt/Main
00093
93
London (WAFC)
00094
94
Copenhagen
00095
95
Rota
00096
96
Athens
00097
97
European Space Agency (ESA)
00098
98
European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts
(ECMWF) (RSMC)
00099
99
De Bilt
I.2 – Co/11- Tab — 3
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
CREX Edition 2
B 01 035
(5 characters)
and Group 3
in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2
Octets 6–7 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4
0 01 035 (16 bits)
and Octets 5–6 in Section 1
Additional Centres
00100
100
Brazzaville
00101
101
Abidjan
00102
102
Libya (NMC)
00103
103
Madagascar (NMC)
00104
104
Mauritius (NMC)
00105
105
Niger (NMC)
00106
106
Seychelles (NMC)
00107
107
Uganda (NMC)
00108
108
United Republic of Tanzania (NMC)
00109
109
Zimbabwe (NMC)
00110
110
Hong-Kong, China
00111
111
Afghanistan (NMC)
00112
112
Bahrain (NMC)
00113
113
Bangladesh (NMC)
00114
114
Bhutan (NMC)
00115
115
Cambodia (NMC)
00116
116
Democratic People's Republic of Korea (NMC)
00117
117
Islamic Republic of Iran (NMC)
00118
118
Iraq (NMC)
00119
119
Kazakhstan (NMC)
00120
120
Kuwait (NMC)
00121
121
Kyrgyzstan (NMC)
00122
122
Lao People's Democratic Republic (NMC)
00123
123
Macao, China
00124
124
Maldives (NMC)
00125
125
Myanmar (NMC)
00126
126
Nepal (NMC)
00127
127
Oman (NMC)
00128
128
Pakistan (NMC)
00129
129
Qatar (NMC)
00130
130
Yemen (NMC)
00131
131
Sri Lanka (NMC)
00132
132
Tajikistan (NMC)
00133
133
Turkmenistan (NMC)
00134
134
United Arab Emirates (NMC)
00135
135
Uzbekistan (NMC)
Viet Nam (NMC)
00136
136
00137–00139
137–139
00140
140
I.2 – Co/11- Tab — 4
Reserved for other centres
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) (NMC)
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
CREX Edition 2
B 01 035
(5 characters)
and Group 3
in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2
Octets 6–7 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4
0 01 035 (16 bits)
and Octets 5–6 in Section 1
00141
141
Guyana (NMC)
00142
142
Paraguay (NMC)
00143
143
Suriname (NMC)
00144
144
Uruguay (NMC)
00145
145
French Guiana
00146
146
Brazilian Navy Hydrographic Centre
00147
147
National Commission on Space Activities (CONAE) –
00148–00149
148–149
00150
150
Antigua and Barbuda (NMC)
00151
151
Bahamas (NMC)
00152
152
Barbados (NMC)
00153
153
Belize (NMC)
00154
154
British Caribbean Territories Centre
00155
155
San José
00156
156
Cuba (NMC)
00157
157
Dominica (NMC)
00158
158
Dominican Republic (NMC)
00159
159
El Salvador (NMC)
00160
160
US NOAA/NESDIS
00161
161
US NOAA Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research
00162
162
Guatemala (NMC)
00163
163
Haiti (NMC)
00164
164
Honduras (NMC)
00165
165
Jamaica (NMC)
00166
166
Mexico
00167
167
Curaçao and Sint Maarten (NMC)
00168
168
Nicaragua (NMC)
00169
169
Panama (NMC)
00170
170
Saint Lucia (NMC)
00171
171
Trinidad and Tobago (NMC)
00172
172
French Departments in RA IV
00173
00174
173
174
US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Integrated Science Data Management/Marine
Argentina
Reserved for other centres
Environmental Data Service (ISDM/MEDS – Canada)
00175
175
Reserved for other centres
00176
176
Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite
Studies (CIMSS) – United States
00177
177
NOAA National Ocean Service – United States
00178–00189
178–189
Reserved for other centres
I.2 – Co/11- Tab — 5
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
CREX Edition 2
B 01 035
(5 characters)
and Group 3
in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2
Octets 6–7 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4
0 01 035 (16 bits)
and Octets 5–6 in Section 1
00190
190
Cook Islands (NMC)
00191
191
French Polynesia (NMC)
00192
192
Tonga (NMC)
00193
193
Vanuatu (NMC)
00194
194
Brunei Darussalam (NMC)
00195
195
Indonesia (NMC)
00196
196
Kiribati (NMC)
00197
197
Federated States of Micronesia (NMC)
00198
198
New Caledonia (NMC)
00199
199
Niue
00200
200
Papua New Guinea (NMC)
00201
201
Philippines (NMC)
00202
202
Samoa (NMC)
00203
203
Solomon Islands (NMC)
00204
204
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research
(NIWA – New Zealand)
00205–00209
205–209
00210
210
Frascati (ESA/ESRIN)
00211
211
Lannion
00212
212
Lisboa
00213
213
Reykjavik
00214
214
Madrid
00215
215
Zurich
00216
216
Service ARGOS Toulouse
00217
217
Bratislava
00218
218
Budapest
00219
219
Ljubljana
00220
220
Warsaw
00221
221
Zagreb
00222
222
Albania (NMC)
00223
223
Armenia (NMC)
00224
224
Austria (NMC)
00225
225
Azerbaijan (NMC)
00226
226
Belarus (NMC)
00227
227
Belgium (NMC)
00228
228
Bosnia and Herzegovina (NMC)
00229
229
Bulgaria (NMC)
00230
230
Cyprus (NMC)
00231
231
Estonia (NMC)
00232
232
Georgia (NMC)
I.2 – Co/11- Tab — 6
Reserved for other centres
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
CREX Edition 2
B 01 035
(5 characters)
and Group 3
in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2
Octets 6–7 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4
0 01 035 (16 bits)
and Octets 5–6 in Section 1
00233
233
Dublin
00234
234
Israel (NMC)
00235
235
Jordan (NMC)
00236
236
Latvia (NMC)
00237
237
Lebanon (NMC)
00238
238
Lithuania (NMC)
00239
239
Luxembourg
00240
240
Malta (NMC)
00241
241
Monaco
00242
242
Romania (NMC)
00243
243
Syrian Arab Republic (NMC)
00244
244
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (NMC)
00245
245
Ukraine (NMC)
00246
246
Republic of Moldova (NMC)
00247
247
Operational Programme for the Exchange of weather
RAdar information (OPERA) – EUMETNET
00248
248
Montenegro (NMC)
00249
249
Reserved for other centres
00250
250
COnsortium for Small scale MOdelling (COSMO)
00251
251
Meteorological Cooperation on Operational NWP
(MetCoOp)
00252
252
Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M)
00253
253
Reserved for other centres
00251–00253
251–253
Reserved for other centres
00254
254
EUMETSAT Operation Centre
00255
255
Not to be used
00256
256
Angola (NMC)
00257
257
Benin (NMC)
00258
258
Botswana (NMC)
00259
259
Burkina Faso (NMC)
00260
260
Burundi (NMC)
00261
261
Cameroon (NMC)
00262
262
Cape Verde (NMC)
00263
263
Central African Republic (NMC)
00264
264
Chad (NMC)
00265
265
Comoros (NMC)
00266
266
Democratic Republic of the Congo (NMC)
00267
267
Djibouti (NMC)
00268
268
Eritrea (NMC)
00269
269
Ethiopia (NMC)
I.2 – Co/11- Tab — 7
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
CREX Edition 2
B 01 035
(5 characters)
and Group 3
in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2
Octets 6–7 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4
0 01 035 (16 bits)
and Octets 5–6 in Section 1
00270
270
Gabon (NMC)
00271
271
Gambia (NMC)
00272
272
Ghana (NMC)
00273
273
Guinea (NMC)
00274
274
Guinea-Bissau (NMC)
00275
275
Lesotho (NMC)
00276
276
Liberia (NMC)
00277
277
Malawi (NMC)
00278
278
Mali (NMC)
00279
279
Mauritania (NMC)
00280
280
Namibia (NMC)
00281
281
Nigeria (NMC)
00282
282
Rwanda (NMC)
00283
283
Sao Tome and Principe (NMC)
00284
284
Sierra Leone (NMC)
00285
285
Somalia (NMC)
00286
286
Sudan (NMC)
00287
287
Swaziland (NMC)
00288
288
Togo (NMC)
00289
289
Zambia (NMC)
00290–65534
290–65534
65535
65535
65536–99999
Not applicable
Reserved for other centres
Missing value
Not used
Notes:
(1) The closed bracket sign ")" indicates that the corresponding code figure is reserved for the previously named centre.
(2)
With GRIB or BUFR, to indicate whether the originating/generating centre is a sub-centre or not, the following procedure
should be applied:
In GRIB edition 2, use octets 8–9 of section 1, or in BUFR edition 4, use octets 7–8 of section 1, with the following meaning:
Code figure
(3)
0
Not a sub-centre, the originating/generating centre is the centre defined by octets 6–7 in section 1 of GRIB
edition 2, or by octets 5–6 in section 1 of BUFR edition 4.
1 to 254
Identifier of the sub-centre which is the originating/generating centre. The identifier of the sub-centre is
allocated by the associated centre, which is defined by octets 6–7 in section 1 of GRIB edition 2 or by octets
5–6 in section 1 of BUFR edition 4. The sub-centre identifiers should be supplied to the WMO Secretariat by
the associated centre(s) for publication.
For the definitions of sub-centres provided to the WMO Secretariat, see Common Code table C–12.
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
COMMON CODE TABLE C–12: Sub-centres of originating centres defined by entries in
Common Code tables C–1 or C–11
ORIGINATING CENTRES
C–1, C–11 or C–12
Code figure
Name
SUB-CENTRES
BUFR 0 01 034
BUFR Edition 3, Octet 5 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4, Octets 7–8 in Section 1
GRIB Edition 1, Octet 26 in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2, Octets 8–9 in Section 1
CREX Edition 2, ppp in Group Poooooppp
in Section 1
Code figure
0
REGION II
34
Name
No sub-centre
Tokyo (RSMC), Japan
Meteorological Agency
207
240
Syowa
Kiyose
39
Beijing (RSMC)
225
226
228
Beijing
Guangzhou
Urumuqi
40
Seoul
243
245
Seoul
Jincheon
Hong-Kong, China
229
Hong-Kong
Brazilian Space Agency INPE
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Cachoeira Paulista (INPE)
Cuiaba (INPE)
Brasilia (INMET)
Fortaleza (FUNCEME)
Natal (Navy Hygrog. Centre)
Manaus (SIVAM)
Natal (INPE)
Boa Vista
National Commission on
Space Activities (CONAE) –
Argentina
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
Córdoba
Ushuaia
Marambio
Santiago de Chile
Punta Arenas
Base Presidente Frei
Cotopaxi
US National Weather Service,
NCEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
NCEP Reanalysis Project
NCEP Ensemble Products
NCEP Central Operations
Environmental Modeling Center
Hydrometeorological Prediction Center
Ocean Prediction Center
Climate Prediction Center
Aviation Weather Center
Storm Prediction Center
National Hurricane Center
NWS Techniques Development Laboratory
NESDIS Office of Research and Applications
Federal Aviation Administration
NWS Meteorological Development Laboratory
North American Regional Reanalysis Project
Space Weather Prediction Center
ESRL Global Systems Division
110
REGION III
46
147
REGION IV
7
I.2 – Co/12- Tab — 1
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
ORIGINATING CENTRES
C–1, C–11 or C–12
Code figure
Name
REGION IV (continued)
160
United States NOAA/NESDIS
161
173
United States NOAA Office of
Oceanic and Atmospheric
Research (NOAA/OAR)
United States National
Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA)
SUB-CENTRES
BUFR 0 01 034
BUFR Edition 3, Octet 5 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4, Octets 7–8 in Section 1
GRIB Edition 1, Octet 26 in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2, Octets 8–9 in Section 1
CREX Edition 2, ppp in Group Poooooppp
in Section 1
Code figure
Name
10
11
Tromso (Norway)
McMurdo (Antarctica)
1
2
Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory
Earth System Research Laboratory
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Ames Research Center
Dryden Flight Research Center
Glenn Research Center
Goddard Space Flight Center
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Johnson Space Center
Kennedy Space Center
Langley Research Center
Marshall Space Flight Center
Stennis Space Center
Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Independent Verification and Validation Facility
NASA Shared Service Center
Wallops Flight Facility
176
Cooperative Institute for
Meteorological
Satellite Studies (CIMSS) –
United States
10
11
12
13
14
15
Tromso (Norway)
McMurdo (Antarctica)
Sodankyla (Finland)
Fairbanks (United States)
Barrow (United States)
Rothera (Antarctica)
177
NOAA National Ocean Service
– United States
1
Centre for Operational Oceanographic Products
and Services
Coastal Survey Development Laboratory
2
REGION V
2
Melbourne
201
203
211
214
217
219
232
235
237
250
251
252
Casey
Davis
Melbourne Crib Point 1
Darwin
Perth
Townsville
Fiji
Noumea
Papeete
Vladivostock
Guam
Honolulu
69
Wellington (RSMC)
243
Kelburn
72
Singapore
249
Singapore
I.2 – Co/12- Tab — 2
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
ORIGINATING CENTRES
C–1, C–11 or C–12
Code figure
Name
REGION V (continued)
204
National Institute of Water
and Atmospheric Research
(NIWA –New Zealand)
REGION VI
74
UK Met Office, Exeter (RSMC)
SUB-CENTRES
BUFR 0 01 034
BUFR Edition 3, Octet 5 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4, Octets 7–8 in Section 1
GRIB Edition 1, Octet 26 in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2, Octets 8–9 in Section 1
CREX Edition 2, ppp in Group Poooooppp
in Section 1
Code figure
101
102
Maupia
Lauder
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
13
21
22
Shanwick Oceanic Area Control Centre
Fucino
Gatineau
Maspalomas (Spain)
ESA ERS Central Facility
Prince Albert
West Freugh
Tromso
Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (Italy)
Centre National de la Recherche
Scientifique (France)
GeoForschungs Zentrum (Germany)
Geodetic Observatory Pecny
(Czech Republic)
Institut d'Estudis Espacials de Catalunya (Spain)
Federal Office of Topography (Switzerland)
Nordic Commission of Geodesy (Norway)
Nordic Commission of Geodesy (Sweden)
Institute Géographique National (France) –
Service de géodésie
Bundesamt für Kartographie und Geodäsie
(Germany)
Institute of Engineering Satellite Surveying
and Geodesy (United Kingdom)
Joint Operational Meteorology and
Oceanography Centre (JOMOC)
Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch
Institut (Netherlands)
Nordic GPS Atmospheric Analysis centre (Sweden)
Instituto Geografico Nacional de España (Spain)
Met Éireann (Ireland)
Royal Observatory of Belgium (Belgium)
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
78
Offenbach (RSMC)
Name
10
64
110
221
222
223
225
226
POLARA (Polarimetric Radar Algorithms instance)
Bundeswehr Geo Information Office (BGIO)
NowCast mobile (Lightning data)
Schleswig-Holstein, Traffic Operations
Computing Centre (TOCC)
Kiel/Neumünster
Hamburg, TOCC Hamburg
Niedersachsen, TOCC Hannover
Nordrhein-Westfalen, TOCC Kamen,
Leverkusen
Hessen, TOCC Rüsselsheim
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COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
ORIGINATING CENTRES
C–1, C–11 or C–12
Code figure
Name
SUB-CENTRES
BUFR 0 01 034
BUFR Edition 3, Octet 5 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4, Octets 7–8 in Section 1
GRIB Edition 1, Octet 26 in Section 1
GRIB Edition 2, Octets 8–9 in Section 1
CREX Edition 2, ppp in Group Poooooppp
in Section 1
Code figure
Name
Region VI (continued)
78
Offenbach (RSMC)
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
Rheinland-Pfalz, TOCC Koblenz
Baden-Württemberg, TOCC Ludwigsburg
Bayern, TOCC Freimannn
Saarland, TOCC Rohrbach
Bayern, Autobahn directorate Nordbayern
Brandenburg, TOCC Stolpe
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, TOCC Malchow
Sachsen, TOCC Dresden
Sachsen-Anhalt, TOCC Halle
Thüringen, TOCC Erfurt
EasyWay - Meteotrans
80
Rome (RSMC)
101
Albania (NMC)
89
Prague (RTH)
1
Solar and Ozone Observatory Hradec Kralove
96
Athens
1
Cyprus (NMC)
250
COSMO (COnsortium for Small
scale MOdelling)
76
78
80
242
Roshydromet (Russian Federation)
Deutscher Wetterdienst (Germany)
Ufficio Generale Spazio Aereo e Meteorologia
(Italy)
Hellenic National Meteorological Service (Greece)
MeteoSwiss (Switzerland)
Institute of Meteorology and Water Management
(Poland)
National Meteorological Administration (Romania)
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
120
130
140
150
170
180
190
200
210
Tromso (Norway)
Maspalomas (Spain)
Kangerlussuaq (Greenland)
Edmonton (Canada)
Bedford (Canada)
Gander (Canada)
Monterey (United States)
Wallops Island (United States)
Gilmor Creek (United States)
Athens (Greece)
Ewa Beach, Hawaii
Miami, Florida
Lannion (France)
Svalbard (Norway)
St Denis (La Réunion)
Moscow
Muscat
Khabarovsk
Novosibirsk
96
215
220
254
EUMETSAT Operation Centre
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COMMON CODE TABLE C–13: Data sub-categories of categories defined by entries in BUFR
Table A
DATA CATEGORIES
INTERNATIONAL DATA SUB-CATEGORIES
BUFR Edition 4, Octet 11 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4, Octet 12 (if = 255, it means
other sub-category or undefined)
CREX Edition 2, mmm in Group Annnmmm
of Section 1
CREX Edition 2, nnn in Group
Annnmmm of Section 1
Code figure
0
Name
Surface data – land
Code figure
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
10
11
14
20
30
40
50
51
52
Name (corresponding traditional alphanumeric
codes are in brackets)
Hourly synoptic observations from fixed-land stations
(SYNOP)
Intermediate synoptic observations from fixed-land
stations (SYNOP)
Main synoptic observations from fixed-land stations
(SYNOP)
Hourly synoptic observations from mobile-land stations
(SYNOP MOBIL)
Intermediate synoptic observations from mobile-land
stations (SYNOP MOBIL)
Main synoptic observations from mobile-land stations
(SYNOP MOBIL)
One-hour observations from automated stations
n-minute observations from AWS stations
Routine aeronautical observations (METAR)
Special aeronautical observations (SPECI)
Ground-based GPS humidity observations (GPSIWV)
Climatological observations (CLIMAT)
Sferics locations
Hydrologic reports
Hourly synoptic observations with supplementary
one-hour data
Intermediate synoptic observations with supplementary
one-hour data
Main synoptic observations with supplementary onehour data
1
Surface data – sea
0
6
7
20
25
30
31
Synoptic observations (SHIP)
One-hour observations from automated stations
n-minute observations from AWS stations
Climatological observations (CLIMAT SHIP)
Buoy observation (BUOY)
Tide gauge
Observed water level time series
2
Vertical soundings (other
than satellite)
1
2
3
Upper-wind reports from fixed-land stations (PILOT)
Upper-wind reports from ships (PILOT SHIP)
Upper-wind reports from mobile land stations (PILOT
MOBIL)
Upper-level temperature/humidity/wind reports from
fixed-land stations (TEMP)
Upper-level temperature/humidity/wind reports from
ships (TEMP SHIP)
Upper-level temperature/humidity/wind report from
mobile land stations (TEMP MOBIL)
4
5
6
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DATA CATEGORIES
BUFR Edition 4, Octet 11 in Section 1
INTERNATIONAL DATA SUB-CATEGORIES
BUFR Edition 4, Octet 12 (if = 255, it means
other sub-category or undefined)
CREX Edition 2, mmm in Group Annnmmm
of Section 1
CREX Edition 2, nnn in Group Annnmmm
of Section 1
Code figure
2
Name
Vertical soundings (other
than satellite)
(continued)
Code figure
7
10
11
20
21
25
26
Name (corresponding traditional
alphanumeric codes are in brackets)
Upper-level temperature/humidity/wind reports from
dropwinsondes (TEMP DROP)
Wind profiler reports
RASS temperature profiles
ASDAR/ACARS profiles (AMDAR)
Profiles of atmospheric constituents concentrations
Climatological observations from fixed-land stations
(CLIMAT TEMP)
Climatological observations from ships (CLIMAT TEMP
SHIP)
3
Vertical soundings
(satellite)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
20
30
40
50
Temperature (SATEM)
TIROS (TOVS)
ATOVS
AMSU-A
AMSU-B
HIRS
MHS
IASI
IR temperature/humidity sounding
Hyperspectral temperature/humidity sounding
MW temperature/humidity sounding
Radio occultation sounding
4
Single level upper-air data
(other than satellite)
0
1
ASDAR/ACARS (AMDAR)
Manual (AIREP, PIREP)
5
Single level upper-air data
(satellite)
0
1
Cloud wind data (SATOB)
Cloud properties
6
Radar data
0
1
2
3
Reflectivity data
Doppler wind profiles
Derived products
Ground radar weather (RADOB)
7
Synoptic features
0
1
Forecast tropical cyclone tracks from EPS
Squall line
8
Physical/chemical
constituents
0
1
2
Surface ozone
Ozone vertical sounding
Total ozone
9
Dispersal and transport
0
Trajectories, analysis or forecast
10
Radiological data
1
2
Observation (RADREP)
Forecast (RADOF)
12
Surface data (satellite)
0
1
2
ERS-uwa
ERS-uwi
ERS-ura
I.2 – Co/13- Tab — 2
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
DATA CATEGORIES
INTERNATIONAL DATA SUB-CATEGORIES
BUFR Edition 4, Octet 11 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4, Octet 12 (if = 255, it means
other sub-category or undefined)
CREX Edition 2, mmm in Group Annnmmm
of Section 1
CREX Edition 2, nnn in Group Annnmmm
of Section 1
Code figure
Name
Code figure
Name (corresponding traditional
alphanumeric codes are in brackets)
12
Surface data (satellite)
(continued)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
ERS-uat
SSM/I radiometer
Quikscat
Surface temp./radiation (SATOB)
ASCAT data
Soil moisture
Normalized differential vegetation index (NDVI)
Normalized radar backscatter
Surface emissivity
Sea surface temperature
21
Radiances (satellite
measured)
0
5
6
7
Earth radiation budget
Cross-track infrared sounder
Advanced technology microwave sounder
Visible/infrared imager radiometer suite
22
Radar (satellite) but not
altimeter and scatterometer
0
1
Cloud and precipitation radar
Synthetic aperture radar
23
Lidar (satellite)
0
Lidar based missions (for wind, for cloud/aerosol,
for water vapour, for altimetry)
24
Scatterometry (satellite)
0
Wind scatterometry
25
Altimetry (satellite)
0
Radar altimetry
26
Spectrometry (satellite)
0
1
2
3
4
Cross nadir shortwave spectrometry (for chemistry)
Cross nadir IR spectrometry (for chemistry)
Limb sounding shortwave spectrometry
Limb sounding IR spectrometry
Limb sounding sub-millimetre wave spectrometry
30
Calibration dataset
(satellite)
0
1
2
3
4
5
Subsetted data
Collocated data
On-board calibration data
Bias monitoring
Near real-time correction
Re-analysis correction
31
Oceanographic data
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Surface observation
Surface observation along track (TRACKOB)
Spectral wave observation (WAVEOB)
Bathythermal observation (BATHY)
Sub-surface floats (profile)
XBT/XCTD profiles (TESAC)
Waves reports
Tsunameter data
I.2 – Co/13- Tab — 3
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
DATA CATEGORIES
INTERNATIONAL DATA SUB-CATEGORIES
BUFR Edition 4, Octet 11 in Section 1
BUFR Edition 4, Octet 12 (if = 255, it means
other sub-category or undefined)
CREX Edition 2, mmm in Group Annnmmm
of Section 1
CREX Edition 2, nnn in Group Annnmmm
of Section 1
Code figure
101
Name
Image data (satellite)
Code figure
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
I.2 – Co/13- Tab — 4
Name (corresponding traditional
alphanumeric codes are in brackets)
Multi-purpose VIS/IR imagery
Conical scanning MW imagery
(intermediate frequencies)
Low frequency MW imagery
Ocean colour imagery
Imagery with special viewing geometry
Lightning imagery
High-resolution shortwave imagery for land observation
SMOS data
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
COMMON CODE TABLE C–14: Atmospheric chemical or physical constituent type
Common Code table
Code table 4.230 in GRIB Edition 2
Code figure
Meaning
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38–9999
10000
10001
10002
10004
10005
10006
10007
10008
10009
10010
10011
10012
10013
10014
10015
Ozone
Water vapour
Methane
Carbon dioxide
Carbon monoxide
Nitrogen dioxide
Nitrous oxide
Formaldehyde
Sulphur dioxide
Ammonia
Ammonium
Nitrogen monoxide
Atomic oxygen
Nitrate radical
Hydroperoxyl radical
Dinitrogen pentoxide
Nitrous acid
Nitric acid
Peroxynitric acid
Hydrogen peroxide
Molecular hydrogen
Atomic nitrogen
Sulphate
Radon
Elemental mercury
Divalent mercury
Atomic chlorine
Chlorine monoxide
Dichlorine peroxide
Hypochlorous acid
Chlorine nitrate
Chlorine dioxide
Atomic bromine
Bromine monoxide
Bromine chloride
Hydrogen bromide
Hypobromous acid
Bromine nitrate
Reserved
Hydroxyl radical
Methyl peroxy radical
Methyl hydroperoxide
Methanol
Formic acid
Hydrogen cyanide
Aceto nitrile
Ethane
Ethene (= Ethylene)
Ethyne (= Acetylene)
Ethanol
Acetic acid
Peroxyacetyl nitrate
Propane
Propene
Chemical formula
O3
H2O
CH4
CO2
CO
NO2
N2O
HCHO
SO2
NH3
NH4+
NO
O
NO3
HO2
N2O5
HONO
HNO3
HO2NO2
H2O2
H
N
SO42–
Rn
Hg (0)
Hg2+
Cl
ClO
Cl2O2
HClO
ClONO2
ClO2
Br
BrO
BrCl
HBr
HBrO
BrONO2
OH
CH3O2
CH3O2H
CH3OH
CH3OOH
HCN
CH3CN
C2H6
C2H4
C2H2
C2H5OH
C2H5OOH
CH3C(O)OONO2
C3H8
C3H6
I.2 – Co/14- Tab — 1
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure
10016
10017
10018
10019
10020
10021
10022
10023
10024–10499
10500
10501–20000
20001
20002
20003
20004
20005
20006
20007
20008
20009
20010
20011
20012
20013
20014
20015
20016
20017
20018
20019
20020
20021
20022–29999
30000
30001–30009
30010
30011
30012
30013
30014
30015
30016
30017
30018
30019
30020
30021
30022
30023
30024
30025
30026
30027
30028
30029
30030
I.2 – Co/14- Tab — 2
Meaning
Chemical formula
Butanes
C4H10
Isoprene
C5H10
Alpha pinene
C10H16
Beta pinene
C10H16
Limonene
C10H16
Benzene
C6H6
Toluene
C7H8
Xylene
C8H10
Reserved for other simple organic molecules
(e.g. higher aldehydes, alcohols, peroxides,…)
Dimethyl sulphide
CH3SCH3 (DMS)
Reserved
Hydrogen chloride
CFC-11
CFC-12
CFC-113
CFC-113a
CFC-114
CFC-115
HCFC-22
HCFC-141b
HCFC-142b
Halon-1202
Halon-1211
Halon-1301
Halon-2402
Methyl chloride (HCC-40)
Carbon tetrachloride (HCC-10)
HCC-140a
CH3CCl3
Methyl bromide (HBC-40B1)
Hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH)
Alpha hexachlorocyclohexane
Hexachlorobiphenyl (PCB-153)
Reserved
Radioactive pollutant (tracer, defined by originating centre)
Reserved
Hydrogen
H-3
Hydrogen organic bounded
H-3o
Hydrogen inorganic
H-3a
Beryllium 7
Be-7
Beryllium 10
Be-10
Carbon 14
C-14
Carbon 14 CO2
C-14CO2
Carbon 14 other gases
C-14og
Nitrogen 13
N-13
Nitrogen 16
N-16
Fluorine 18
F-18
Sodium 22
Na-22
Phosphate 32
P-32
Phosphate 33
P-33
Sulfur 35
S-35
Chlorine 36
Cl-36
Potassium 40
K-40
Argon 41
Ar-41
Calcium 41
Ca-41
Calcium 45
Ca-45
Titanium 44
Ti-44
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure
30031
30032
30033
30034
30035
30036
30037
30038
30039
30040
30041
30042
30043
30044
30045
30046
30047
30048
30049
30050
30051
30052
30053
30054
30055
30056
30057
30058
30059
30060
30061
30062
30063
30064
30065
30066
30067
30068
30069
30070
30071
30072
30073
30074
30075
30076
30077
30078
30079
30080
30081
30082
30083
30084
30085
30086
30087
30088
Meaning
Scandium 46
Vanadium 48
Vanadium 49
Chrome 51
Manganese 52
Manganese 54
Iron 55
Iron 59
Cobalt 56
Cobalt 57
Cobalt 58
Cobalt 60
Nickel 59
Nickel 63
Zinc 65
Gallium 67
Gallium 68
Germanium 68
Germanium 69
Arsenic 73
Selenium 75
Selenium 79
Rubidium 81
Rubidium 83
Rubidium 84
Rubidium 86
Rubidium 87
Rubidium 88
Krypton 85
Krypton 85 metastable
Krypton 87
Krypton 88
Krypton 89
Strontium 85
Strontium 89
Strontium 89/90
Strontium 90
Strontium 91
Strontium 92
Yttrium 87
Yttrium 88
Yttrium 90
Yttrium 91
Yttrium 91 metastable
Yttrium 92
Yttrium 93
Zirconium 89
Zirconium 93
Zirconium 95
Zirconium 97
Niobium 93 metastable
Niobium 94
Niobium 95
Niobium 95 metastable
Niobium 97
Niobium 97 metastable
Molybdenum 93
Molybdenum 99
Chemical formula
Sc-46
V-48
V-49
Cr-51
Mn-52
Mn-54
Fe-55
Fe-59
Co-56
Co-57
Co-58
Co-60
Ni-59
Ni-63
Zn-65
Ga-67
Ga-68
Ge-68
Ge-69
As-73
Se-75
Se-79
Rb-81
Rb-83
Rb-84
Rb-86
Rb-87
Rb-88
Kr-85
Kr-85m
Kr-87
Kr-88
Kr-89
Sr-85
Sr-89
Sr-8990
Sr-90
Sr-91
Sr-92
Y-87
Y-88
Y-90
Y-91
Y-91m
Y-92
Y-93
Zr-89
Zr-93
Zr-95
Zr-97
Nb-93m
Nb-94
Nb-95
Nb-95m
Nb-97
Nb-97m
Mo-93
Mo-99
I.2 – Co/14- Tab — 3
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure
30089
30090
30091
30092
30093
30094
30095
30096
30097
30098
30099
30100
30101
30102
30103
30104
30105
30106
30107
30108
30109
30110
30111
30112
30113
30114
30115
30116
30117
30118
30119
30120
30121
30122
30123
30124
30125
30126
30127
30128
30129
30130
30131
30132
30133
30134
30135
30136
30137
30138
30139
30140
30141
30142
30143
30144
30145
I.2 – Co/14- Tab — 4
Meaning
Technetium 95 metastable
Technetium 96
Technetium 99
Technetium 99 metastable
Rhodium 99
Rhodium 101
Rhodium 102 metastable
Rhodium 103 metastable
Rhodium 105
Rhodium 106
Palladium 100
Palladium 103
Palladium 107
Ruthenium 103
Ruthenium 105
Ruthenium 106
Silver 108 metastable
Silver 110 metastable
Cadmium 109
Cadmium 113 metastable
Cadmium 115 metastable
Indium 114 metastable
Tin 113
Tin 119 metastable
Tin 121 metastable
Tin 122
Tin 123
Tin 126
Antimony 124
Antimony 125
Antimony 126
Antimony 127
Antimony 129
Tellurium 123 metastable
Tellurium 125 metastable
Tellurium 127
Tellurium 127 metastable
Tellurium 129
Tellurium 129 metastable
Tellurium 131 metastable
Tellurium 132
Iodine 123
Iodine 124
Iodine 125
Iodine 126
Iodine 129
Iodine 129 elementary gaseous
Iodine 129 organic bounded
Iodine 131
Iodine 131 elementary gaseous
Iodine 131 organic bounded
Iodine 131 gaseous elementary and organic bounded
Iodine 131 aerosol
Iodine 132
Iodine 132 elementary gaseous
Iodine 132 organic bounded
Iodine 132 gaseous elementary and organic bounded
Chemical formula
Tc-95m
Tc-96
Tc-99
Tc-99m
Rh-99
Rh-101
Rh-102m
Rh-103m
Rh-105
Rh-106
Pd-100
Pd-103
Pd-107
Ru-103
Ru-105
Ru-106
Ag-108m
Ag-110m
Cd-109
Cd-113m
Cd-115m
In-114m
Sn-113
Sn-119m
Sn-121m
Sn-122
Sn-123
Sn-126
Sb-124
Sb-125
Sb-126
Sb-127
Sb-129
Te-123m
Te-125m
Te-127
Te-127m
Te-129
Te-129m
Te-131m
Te-132
I-123
I-124
I-125
I-126
I-129
I-129g
I-129o
I-131
I-131g
I-131o
I-131go
I-131a
I-132
I-132g
I-132o
I-132go
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure
30146
30147
30148
30149
30150
30151
30152
30153
30154
30155
30156
30157
30158
30159
30160
30161
30162
30163
30164
30165
30166
30167
30168
30169
30170
30171
30172
30173
30174
30175
30176
30177
30178
30179
30180
30181
30182
30183
30184
30185
30186
30187
30188
30189
30190
30191
30192
30193
30194
30195
30196
30197
30198
30199
30200
30201
30202
Meaning
Iodine 132 aerosol
Iodine 133
Iodine 133 elementary gaseous
Iodine 133 organic bounded
Iodine 133 gaseous elementary and organic bounded
Iodine 133 aerosol
Iodine 134
Iodine 134 elementary gaseous
Iodine 134 organic bounded
Iodine 135
Iodine 135 elementary gaseous
Iodine 135 organic bounded
Iodine 135 gaseous elementary and organic bounded
Iodine 135 aerosol
Xenon 131 metastable
Xenon 133
Xenon 133 metastable
Xenon 135
Xenon 135 metastable
Xenon 137
Xenon 138
Xenon sum of all Xenon isotopes
Caesium 131
Caesium 134
Caesium 135
Caesium 136
Caesium 137
Barium 133
Barium 137 metastable
Barium 140
Cerium 139
Cerium 141
Cerium 143
Cerium 144
Lanthanum 140
Lanthanum 141
Praseodymium 143
Praseodymium 144
Praseodymium 144 metastable
Samarium 145
Samarium 147
Samarium 151
Neodymium 147
Promethium 146
Promethium 147
Promethium 151
Europium 152
Europium 154
Europium 155
Gadolinium 153
Terbium 160
Holmium 166 metastable
Thulium 170
Ytterbium 169
Hafnium 175
Hafnium 181
Tantalum 179
Chemical formula
I-132a
I-133
I-133g
I-133o
I-133go
I-133a
I-134
I-134g
I-134o
I-135
I-135g
I-135o
I-135go
I-135a
Xe-131m
Xe-133
Xe-133m
Xe-135
Xe-135m
Xe-137
Xe-138
Xe-sum
Cs-131
Cs-134
Cs-135
Cs-136
Cs-137
Ba-133
Ba-137m
Ba-140
Ce-139
Ce-141
Ce-143
Ce-144
La-140
La-141
Pr-143
Pr-144
Pr-144m
Sm-145
Sm-147
Sm-151
Nd-147
Pm-146
Pm-147
Pm-151
Eu-152
Eu-154
Eu-155
Gd-153
Tb-160
Ho-166m
Tm-170
Yb-169
Hf-175
Hf-181
Ta-179
I.2 – Co/14- Tab — 5
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure
30203
30204
30205
30206
30207
30208
30209
30210
30211
30212
30213
30214
30215
30216
30217
30218
30219
30220
30221
30222
30223
30224
30225
30226
30227
30228
30229
30230
30231
30232
30233
30234
30235
30236
30237
30238
30239
30240
30241
30242
30243
30244
30245
30246
30247
30248
30249
30250
30251
30252
30253
30254
30255
30256
30257
30258
30259
I.2 – Co/14- Tab — 6
Meaning
Tantalum 182
Rhenium 184
Iridium 192
Mercury 203
Thallium 204
Thallium 207
Thallium 208
Thallium 209
Bismuth 205
Bismuth 207
Bismuth 210
Bismuth 211
Bismuth 212
Bismuth 213
Bismuth 214
Polonium 208
Polonium 210
Polonium 212
Polonium 213
Polonium 214
Polonium 215
Polonium 216
Polonium 218
Lead 209
Lead 210
Lead 211
Lead 212
Lead 214
Astatine 217
Radon 219
Radon 220
Radon 222
Francium 221
Francium 223
Radium 223
Radium 224
Radium 225
Radium 226
Radium 228
Actinium 225
Actinium 227
Actinium 228
Thorium 227
Thorium 228
Thorium 229
Thorium 230
Thorium 231
Thorium 232
Thorium 234
Protactinium 231
Protactinium 233
Protactinium 234 metastable
Uranium 232
Uranium 233
Uranium 234
Uranium 235
Uranium 236
Chemical formula
Ta-182
Re-184
Ir-192
Hg-203
Tl-204
Tl-207
Tl-208
Tl-209
Bi-205
Bi-207
Bi-210
Bi-211
Bi-212
Bi-213
Bi-214
Po-208
Po-210
Po-212
Po-213
Po-214
Po-215
Po-216
Po-218
Pb-209
Pb-210
Pb-211
Pb-212
Pb-214
At-217
Rn-219
Rn-220
Rn-222
Fr-221
Fr-223
Ra-223
Ra-224
Ra-225
Ra-226
Ra-228
Ac-225
Ac-227
Ac-228
Th-227
Th-228
Th-229
Th-230
Th-231
Th-232
Th-234
Pa-231
Pa-233
Pa-234m
U-232
U-233
U-234
U-235
U-236
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure
30260
30261
30262
30263
30264
30265
30266
30267
30268
30269
30270
30271
30272
30273
30274
30275
30276
30277
30278
30279
30280
30281
30282
30283
30284
30285
30286
30287
30288
30289
30290
30291
30292
30293
30294
30295 – 59999
60000
60001
60002
60003
60004
60005
60006
60007
60008
60009
60010
60011
60012
60013
60014
60015
60016
60017–61999
62000
Meaning
Uranium 237
Uranium 238
Plutonium 236
Plutonium 238
Plutonium 239
Plutonium 240
Plutonium 241
Plutonium 242
Plutonium 244
Neptunium 237
Neptunium 238
Neptunium 239
Americium 241
Americium 242
Americium 242 metastable
Americium 243
Curium 242
Curium 243
Curium 244
Curium 245
Curium 246
Curium 247
Curium 248
Curium 243/244
Plutonium 238/Americium 241
Plutonium 239/240
Berkelium 249
Californium 249
Californium 250
Californium 252
Sum aerosol particulates
Sum Iodine
Sum noble gas
Activation gas
Cs-137 Equivalent
Reserved
HOx radical (OH+HO2)
Total inorganic and organic
peroxy radicals (HO2 + RO2)
Passive Ozone
NOx expressed as nitrogen
All nitrogen oxides (NOy) expressed as nitrogen
Total inorganic chlorine
Total inorganic bromine
Total inorganic chlorine except HCl, ClONO2: ClOx
Total inorganic bromine except HBr, BrONO2: BrOx
Lumped alkanes
Lumped alkenes
Lumped aromatic compounds
Lumped terpenes
Non-methane volatile organic compounds
expressed as carbon
Anthropogenic non-methane volatile organic
compounds expressed as carbon
Biogenic non-methane volatile organic compounds
expressed as carbon
Lumped oxygenated hydrocarbons
Reserved
Total aerosol
Chemical formula
U-237
U-238
Pu-236
Pu-238
Pu-239
Pu-240
Pu-241
Pu-242
Pu-244
Np-237
Np-238
Np-239
Am-241
Am-242
Am-242m
Am-243
Cm-242
Cm-243
Cm-244
Cm-245
Cm-246
Cm-247
Cm-248
Cm-243244
Pu-238Am-241
Pu-239240
Bk-249
Cf-249
Cf-250
Cf-252
SumAer
SumIod
SumNG
ActGas
EquCs137
RO2
NOx
NOy
Clx
Brx
NMVOC
aNMVOC
bNMVOC
OVOC
I.2 – Co/14- Tab — 7
COMMON CODE TABLES - 7 November 2012
Code figure
62001
62002
62003
62004
62005
62006
62007
62008
62009
62010
62011
62012
62013
62014
62015
62016
62017
62018
62019–65534
65535
Meaning
Chemical formula
Dust dry
Water in ambient
Ammonium dry
Nitrate dry
Nitric acid trihydrate
Sulphate dry
Mercury dry
Sea salt dry
Black carbon dry
Particulate organic matter dry
Primary particulate organic matter dry
Secondary particulate organic matter dry
Black carbon hydrophilic dry
Black carbon hydrophobic dry
Particulate organic matter hydrophilic dry
Particulate organic matter hydrophobic dry
Nitrate hydrophilic dry
Nitrate hydrophobic dry
Reserved
Missing
____________
I.2 – Co/14- Tab — 8
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