Hiding Cluster Spots FT4/FT8

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Re: Hiding Cluster Spots FT4/FT8

Post by W7DRM » 18 Jan 2020, 01:33

The Set/NoFt8 command is working for me. I would do as Nolan suggested and contact Lee.

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Re: Hiding Cluster Spots FT4/FT8

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Re: Hiding Cluster Spots FT4/FT8

Post by HB9VQQ » 19 Jan 2020, 19:01

Ok working now. In order to use set/noft8 set/noft4 and any other filtering incl. keyword filter make sure you are using sh/mydx instead of sh/dx.

sh/dx will bypass any filtering.
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Re: Hiding Cluster Spots FT4/FT8

Post by IK0TIX » 19 Jan 2020, 19:24

in my opinion a command that excludes a portion of band for example 7.069-7.078 would be sufficient but I'm not an expert and I have no idea how to do it :roll:
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Re: Hiding Cluster Spots FT4/FT8

Post by W7DRM » 19 Jan 2020, 21:30

roland wrote:
19 Jan 2020, 19:01
Ok working now. In order to use set/noft8 set/noft4 and any other filtering incl. keyword filter make sure you are using sh/mydx instead of sh/dx.

sh/dx will bypass any filtering.
Yes, that is correct!

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Re: Hiding Cluster Spots FT4/FT8

Post by KI5IO » 20 Jan 2020, 00:14

IK0TIX wrote:
19 Jan 2020, 19:24
in my opinion a command that excludes a portion of band for example 7.069-7.078 would be sufficient but I'm not an expert and I have no idea how to do it :roll:
Max,

That would be a good one to send along to Lee Sawkins who is the guru for the VE7CC cluster that is managed by their CC User APP
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Re: Hiding Cluster Spots FT4/FT8

Post by IK0TIX » 20 Jan 2020, 20:50

KI5IO wrote:
20 Jan 2020, 00:14
IK0TIX wrote:
19 Jan 2020, 19:24
in my opinion a command that excludes a portion of band for example 7.069-7.078 would be sufficient but I'm not an expert and I have no idea how to do it :roll:
Max,

That would be a good one to send along to Lee Sawkins who is the guru for the VE7CC cluster that is managed by their CC User APP
OK, as soon as I have 5 minutes tomorrow I send an email to Lee.
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Re: Hiding Cluster Spots FT4/FT8

Post by IK0TIX » 21 Jan 2020, 20:12

Hello to all
Lee kindly replied:

"Hi Max
Sorry, it is not possible to set a filter like you want. Are the spots for a certain mode like FT8 or something?"


Lee clearly understood the purpose of my question so I added:

"Yessir, thanks for replying.
I would like to exclude digital modes but I have noticed that often spots in FT8 appear as phone.
Greetings."


at this point I don't think there is a way, but I'm waiting for his answer. Maybe he looks out here :roll:
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Re: Hiding Cluster Spots FT4/FT8

Post by KI5IO » 21 Jan 2020, 20:30

IK0TIX wrote:
21 Jan 2020, 20:12
Hello to all
Lee kindly replied:

"Hi Max
Sorry, it is not possible to set a filter like you want. Are the spots for a certain mode like FT8 or something?"


Lee clearly understood the purpose of my question so I added:

"Yessir, thanks for replying.
I would like to exclude digital modes but I have noticed that often spots in FT8 appear as phone.
Greetings."


at this point I don't think there is a way, but I'm waiting for his answer. Maybe he looks out here :roll:
Lee is a great guy and will do all he can to try and make things work to help out. I know he has worked hours on end with respect to dealing with the FT8 and FT4 spots and such.

Tnx for reaching out to him Max.
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Re: Hiding Cluster Spots FT4/FT8

Post by IK0TIX » 21 Jan 2020, 20:39

It is a pleasure to make myself useful, I would like to do more.
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