SPASE metadata validator

Enter the URL or local path to the SPASE description, then click "Validate".
You can also select the version of the data model to use and whether to check external references like Resource IDs and URLs.
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SPASE Data Model Version:  In XML  2.2.8  2.2.6  2.2.4  2.2.3  2.2.2  2.2.1  2.2.0  2.1.0  2.0.3  2.0.2  2.0.1  2.0.0  1.2.2  1.2.0  1.1.0
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Using schema:

Line 35: Element 'Spase' is a simple type, so it must have no element information item [children]. (cvc-type.3.1.2)

Invalid references:

Line 11: CDPP:PR:IssautierIsabelle

1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
2<Spase xmlns="">
5    <Acronym/>
6    <InstrumentName>Thermal Noise Receiver</InstrumentName>
7    <InstrumentType>SpectralPowerReceiver</InstrumentType>
8    <InvestigationName/>
9    <ResourceHeader>
10        <Contact>
11            <PersonID>CDPP:PR:IssautierIsabelle</PersonID>
12            <Role>CoInvestigator</Role>
13        </Contact>
14        <Description>The Thermal Noise Receiver (TNR) on the WIND
15            spacecraft is an instrument of a new generation, which is
16            flown for the first time. It utilizes a digital spectrum
17            analysis technique similar to a wavelet transform analysis.
18            This permits a high time resolution, associated to a high
19            frequency resolution. It was essentially designed to measure
20            the thermal noise at a high rate. The interest of this
21            receiver also covers other events, both in situ (plasma
22            waves, ion acoustic waves) and remotely detected (solar and
23            magnetospheric radio bursts). However, this receiver uses a
24            compression technique which limits the study of high
25            intensity events. Namely, the digital dynamic range is about
26            45 dB, added to an AGC range of more than 60 dB, the AGC
27            acting as a sensitivity adjustment. (e.g. an 80 dB event
28            will not saturate the receiver, but the computed spectrum
29            will only cover its upper 45 dB.)</Description>
30        <ResourceName>Wind Waves Thermal Noise Receiver</ResourceName>
31    </ResourceHeader>
32    <AnotherNonTag/>
33    <ResourceID>CDPP:IR:WINDTNR</ResourceID>