what is this and how can I fix

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Len

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James Whiteway

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Without more info, it looks like an rtty signal to me. And next to it, is someone tuning up.
So, what exactly is the issue?
james
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Len

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I was listening to the ritty but the lione was supposed to be next to the filter width 

not someone tuning up       thanks for you help   see last post at the bottom here

Len

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Bill-W9OL

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Looks to me that the left signal is a PSK and the one on the right is RTTY.
As the signal shifts, one side will be high and other low, and  vice versa.
To copy that you need a rtty decoding program.
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Len

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I got the filter and the line out of wack    but that is a ritty signal  the  last fellow answered me   thanks for your help though

Len
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Robert -- N5IKD, Elmer

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It looks like you have selected a non-standard filter by dragging the edge of the filter.

Try selecting one of the standard filters. 
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Len

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Thanks Robert   I ha tried yet but am pretty sure that is what it is

Len