I wonder if there's a way to do that now, with the information already
You have multiple skimmers reporting one or two callsigns at a given
frequency in a short period of time. Each skimmer provides information
about s/n and speed.
Rather than have the skimmers opine on the confidence of their information,
have the loggers/spot collection software parse that data to elect from
incoming skimmer spots at a given frequency, within a certain period of
time. Use some function based on s/n ratios reported and code speed to
weight the incoming spots. Best score wins.
Granted, a unique filter is probably sufficient to block the bad
spots....but it sounds like a fun bit of logic to attempt.
*Michael D. Adams* (N1EN)
Poquonock, Connecticut | firstname.lastname@example.org
On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 2:52 PM, Jack Haverty. <email@example.com> wrote:
> If the Skimmers could produce spots that contained not only a callsign but
> also a "confidence", consumers further down the line (e.g., contest
> programs displaying spots) could filter those spots based on confidence -
> e.g., only display spots that are high confidence.
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