Data collection based on satellite TRMM (Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission) presents one of the good alternatives in estimating rainfall. TRMM technology can minimize manual rainfall recording errors and improve rainfall accuracy for hydrological analysis. The analysis method used in this research is divided into 3 (three) stages, namely Hydrology analysis, Statistical Analysis and Artificial Neural Network Analysis. From the results of TRMM JAXA analysis in the Temef Watershed Area of East Nusa Tenggara Province obtained TRMM JAXA satellite rainfall relationship to observation data shows rainfall patterns between the two data are interconnected but for cases with very high observation rainfall, TRMM rainfall data tends to be low. From statistical method analysis, the relationship between observation rainfall and TRMM JAXA rainfall obtained results with a "Very Strong" interpretation indicated by the results of 9 years calibration and 1 year validation where the selected equation is a polynomial equation (y=-0,0123x2 + 1,5553x + 20,222). Rain data correction results simulated with Debit data to see the relationship between rain and discharge that occurred, this analysis using Artificial Neural Network with Backpropagation method, the results showed a "Strong" interpretation where statistically the value of Nash-Sutcliffe Efficiency (NSE) 0.920, the coefficient value of correlation of field discharge and TRMM rainfall is 0,877 % and the relative error occurred is 2,62%.
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