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[aprssig] Another filter question

Earl Needham needhame1 at plateautel.net
Tue Feb 8 14:41:53 UTC 2005


	I run an IGATE, KD5XB-2, and use the following filter command:

b/KD5XB*/W5ROY*/KB5UOT*/VA7OTC*/KD5RPH*/LUB*/ABQ*/N0LZS*/SGXFLW/VA3NSC-14/W9XXX*/nl7c*/KA5IVR*/KG4FZP-14/W7TDM-9/N5JEP*/WD4LYV*/WA8LMF*/KE4SLC*/KC5MVZ* 
f/NL7C/100 f/GALPK/100 f/KB5WIO-7/100 f/TUCARI/83 f/KB7ZVA-14/50 m/100

	Occasionally, my map fills up with stuff like this:

RAWSB-2>APRS,TCPIP*:
;R573020C2*081313z3946.62N/09329.59W_350/005g012t018h96F017RAWS MO_CHILLOCOTHEE

RAWSB-2>APRS,TCPIP*:
;R83713742*081409z3446.48N/09844.77W_140/006g008t032h00F033RAWS OK_WICHITA

RAWSB-2>APRS,TCPIP*:
;R8375C2FC*081317z2633.30N/09908.15W_080/005g008t065h00F065RAWS TX_FALCON_LAKE

etc -- today I have 170 of these things, all seem to be from RAWSB-2.

	Why do I get these objects?  They're all from the TCP/IP feed, and I don't 
THINK I have anything in my filter command to get them.  I've even tried to 
use the exclusion list in UI-View, but can't seem to get rid of them.

	Help, anybody?

	Thanks,
	Earl

Earl Needham, KD5XB, Clovis, New Mexico DM84jk
http://kd5xb-2.no-ip.info






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