[Skimmertalk] Mining RBN data, export to web site?

Andrew O'Brien k3ukandy at gmail.com
Fri Sep 6 23:04:47 EDT 2013

yes, thanks Paul.  I'm looking at his code!  I want to do the same and
integrate in to my site at

Andy K3UK

On Fri, Sep 6, 2013 at 10:28 PM, N6EV - Paul Carreiro <Paul at n6ev.com> wrote:

> Andy,
> Have a look here for an existing page by PA4N that does what you're
> looking to do for a number of clubs, with a lot of filtering options (club,
> band, speed, call, skimmer location, # spots, and sorts).
> http://pa4n.xs4all.nl/bandmap.**html <http://pa4n.xs4all.nl/bandmap.html>
> Good luck!
> 73  Paul  N6EV
> At 06:05 PM 9/6/2013, Andy, K3UK wrote:
>> Thanks Torsten and Pete.  I do actually want to filter RBN spots for a
>> couple of CW clubs, one clubs uses my web site extensively for "skeds".
>>  Feeding CQ calls from their club members would be a good addition.  I
>> already run some MYSQL and PHP applications, so i would have to figure out
>> if what I have can coexist with new code scripts that are needed to mine
>> the RBN.  I would need to start with the basics though, though would
>> appear
>> to be to locate the RBN telnet server of raw data and "grab" the spots for
>> re-posting on my site. Obviously after that, I would need to establish
>> club
>> databases , compare and then filter RBN spots with the club database.
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