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Joe, CCCluster has an
extensive set of filters for users to apply, including
spotterstate filters just like ARCkluster V6, but wrapped in a
GUI. I don't know how DX Spider does in this respect, but would
be surprised if Dirk doesn't have something similar. I've given
Dave his e-mail address if there are any questions.
As for applying filters
only to spots coming from the RBN, those spots make up 99
percent of the CW spots on the cluster network today, and except
for PSKReporter spots (which often are far from real-time), the
RBN is the only source I know of for FTx spot. And why would
you want to filter only RBN spots for place of origin?
73, Pete N4ZR
Check out the new Reverse Beacon Network
web server at <http://beta.reversebeacon.net>.
For spots, please use your favorite
"retail" DX cluster.
On 1/12/2022 4:55 PM, Joe Subich, W4TV
2022-01-12 4:36 PM, ve3ki wrote:
> However, I believe the ARCluster v6 filter Pete is referring
to is a
> geographical one, such as
Well and good ... however, I do not believe that CC Cluster or DX
have a similar filter or one that can be applied to *only* spots
Here are the "Manual" links for CC Cluster and DX Spider - is
similar *COMPLETE AND ACCURATE* manual for AR Cluster (not some
of filter commands useful in [limited] circumstances)?
DX Spider User Manual:
CC Cluster User Manual:
... Joe, W4TV
On 2022-01-12 4:36 PM, ve3ki wrote:
I'm not sure why you would want a list of
all spotters who report spots to the RBN, but at
<http://www.reversebeacon.net/> on the home page there is
a blue text box that contains the callsigns of all currently
connected skimmers, and there is a more detailed list of both
offline and online skimmers at
However, I believe the ARCluster v6 filter Pete is referring to
is a geographical one, such as
On Wed, Jan 12, 2022 at 03:57 PM, Joe Subich, W4TV wrote:
On 2022-01-12 3:35 PM, Pete Smith wrote:
For example, I use a filter in ARCluster V6 that
locations to my "neighborhood",
You have access to a list of all spotters who report to RBN.
not know of any place that information is available to the
Dave has just written an excellent tabulation of
commands that can be used to block spot streams that
current interest in each of those major programs -
and AR Cluster V6 - I believe it's in the Wiki, though I
up with the URL right now.
The list of commands is one that I provided Dave early in
process for what has become SpotCollector 9.0.5.
could not find complete and accurate user manuals for all
the major cluster "dialects". Many of the commands suggested
result of trial and error.
... Joe, W4TV