APRS Packet Errors for KT4ROY (last 6 hours)

This table contains packets in which findU has detected an error. This is an automated system, no manual checking of these packets has been done. Most common cause of this is mistakes in entering the latitude/longitude into hard-coded digis, or positions of 0/0. If packets of yours appear here, and you have looked at it carefully and cannot find the error, look again. I've been watching these error messages in my log, and believe my parser is reasonably correct. Go get the APRS spec to be sure. If you have done that, and are CERTAIN the packet is a legal APRS packet, then it is possible that there is an error in my my parser. Only email me if you are absolutely, positively certain...ask yourself, would I bet $100!

time (UTC)Packet
20240623200233KT4ROY>APZDMR,QTH,TCPIP*,qAU,T2KOBLENZ:)KT4ROY-DP!3800.00N/095-0.00WrRNG0034 IPSC2-USA MMDVM 442.7000@-398.0 MHz
20240623203253KT4ROY>APZDMR,QTH,TCPIP*,qAU,T2KOBLENZ:)KT4ROY-DP!3800.00N/095-0.00WrRNG0034 IPSC2-USA MMDVM 442.7000@-398.0 MHz
20240623210314KT4ROY>APZDMR,QTH,TCPIP*,qAU,T2KOBLENZ:)KT4ROY-DP!3800.00N/095-0.00WrRNG0034 IPSC2-USA MMDVM 442.7000@-398.0 MHz
20240623213336KT4ROY>APZDMR,QTH,TCPIP*,qAU,T2KOBLENZ:)KT4ROY-DP!3800.00N/095-0.00WrRNG0034 IPSC2-USA MMDVM 442.7000@-398.0 MHz
20240623220357KT4ROY>APZDMR,QTH,TCPIP*,qAU,T2KOBLENZ:)KT4ROY-DP!3800.00N/095-0.00WrRNG0034 IPSC2-USA MMDVM 442.7000@-398.0 MHz
20240623230439KT4ROY>APZDMR,QTH,TCPIP*,qAU,T2KOBLENZ:)KT4ROY-DP!3800.00N/095-0.00WrRNG0034 IPSC2-USA MMDVM 442.7000@-398.0 MHz
20240623233459KT4ROY>APZDMR,QTH,TCPIP*,qAU,T2KOBLENZ:)KT4ROY-DP!3800.00N/095-0.00WrRNG0034 IPSC2-USA MMDVM 442.7000@-398.0 MHz
20240624000519KT4ROY>APZDMR,QTH,TCPIP*,qAU,T2KOBLENZ:)KT4ROY-DP!3800.00N/095-0.00WrRNG0034 IPSC2-USA MMDVM 442.7000@-398.0 MHz
20240624003539KT4ROY>APZDMR,QTH,TCPIP*,qAU,T2KOBLENZ:)KT4ROY-DP!3800.00N/095-0.00WrRNG0034 IPSC2-USA MMDVM 442.7000@-398.0 MHz
20240624010559KT4ROY>APZDMR,QTH,TCPIP*,qAU,T2KOBLENZ:)KT4ROY-DP!3800.00N/095-0.00WrRNG0034 IPSC2-USA MMDVM 442.7000@-398.0 MHz