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Old 01-07-2016, 08:36   #1
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Class B filtering

Is there a method of filtering the class B AIS messages out?
Often difficult to find the big ships between all the class B boats.

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Re: Class B filtering

Put your moored boat speed filter up to 8 knots. That will take out many Class B but few Class A
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Re: Class B filtering

Try the "Attenuate less critical AIS Targets" option from the AIS menu.
Should please you.

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Re: Class B filtering

Thx, I will test soon

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Re: Class B filtering

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Put your moored boat speed filter up to 8 knots. That will take out many Class B but few Class A
Clever idea. Takes out sail and many powered displacement.
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