whats this?

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This is a big part of 17m. Does it look familiar?
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Walt - KZ1F

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Mark - WS7M

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Looks like Amber Fields of Grain...   Actually I have no idea...
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Walt - KZ1F

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It's gone now Mark but it was weird.
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Looks like local interference. I see stuff like that, but not as bad when the LED lights in the bathroom are turned on.
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Barry N1EU

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Yeah, I had an identical post a few months back about that signal on 17M.  Some weird radar out of eastern Europe or Asia.
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I have seen this it is real and not local.  See yesterdays post and reply from K6TU for a similar spot out of band.  big bada bad bogey.
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Most likely OTH following MUF
http://www.sigidwiki.com
I recommend using the program Artemis
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Wayne VK4ACN

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Thanks for that link, its very helpful
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Wayne VK4ACN

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I saw that 2 days ago on 30m
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IW7DMH, Enzo

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I am impressed by the SliceFag.fxml as well.  :)

73' Enzo
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Thanks! That's a bear. As I was telling Mark, in order for the filter and reticle to not be clipped, as they are there the scene has to occupy from Y=0 to Y= spectrum.Ymax. I think I know what the problem is but I've been working on performance issues. BTW, each frame on the spectrum takes less than 16us to create.

Each pan is a separate window(stage) as is the radio view. On Android, all pans are children of an AccordionPane, which is just left of the radio view. Pan controls are tucked in a hiddenPane exposed by proximity to left margin. One or two fewer clicks mean faster rate.
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Looks like a Van Gogh
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