Anytone 868 export omits between one third and one half of repeaters.

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13 May 2019 20:37 #494 by KM6LBA
Hey there. This is a wonderful tool you've got here. I'd like to thank you for it first of all.

So, as you can see from the title, when I pull an export of repeaters in the Anytone 868 format, it omits a considerable number of repeaters. Below is a list of how many repeaters on each band are included in the 868 dumps out of how many are listed in the ordinary CSV-formatted dump. I'm aware that the 868 only has 2m and 70cm capability, but I figured that completeness, in this case, was a virtue.

10M: 7 of 11
6M: 99 of 123
2M: 483 of 741
1.25M: 219 of 301
70cM: 799 of 1183
33cM: 113 of 151
23cM: 148 of 168

I've also attached the dumps of all these bands in both the vanilla and 868-friendly formats.

My suspicion is that the script that produces these does not like duplicate call signs. I haven't been able to dig too much into this, but that's my first-approximation guess, and it applies both within bands (repeater networks) and across bands (repeaters that work on more than one band). The 2M bands for W6SRR and W6CX are missing, but the 70CM and (in the case of W6SRR) the 10M are present. Two of the three WA6HAM repeaters are missing, and all but a few of the K6LNK repeaters are missing, too (I haven't had time for a count).

I could be barking up the wrong tree, but who knows? Again, thanks for the tool, and your time.
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14 May 2019 23:45 #495 by KD6KPC
Some repeaters that the 868 cannot talk to, like D-Star, P-25, and ATV repeaters, are removed from the group. Let me look more closely to see if I can discern what else might be omitted.

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22 May 2019 19:37 - 22 May 2019 19:38 #498 by KM6LBA
Well, as I said, a number of repeaters it CAN talk to were omitted. And the number of repeaters using those digital modes that the 868 can't talk to is MUCH smaller than the number of repeaters omitted. I'd say maybe 100 or 200 repeaters out of the set I'm working with use those modes, but many more aren't in there.

Thanks for looking, though.
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25 May 2019 16:44 #499 by KD6KPC
I think I have found the error in the query language and I am seeing better results now. Please try again.

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