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Interpreting MicPeakData Values
I'm having trouble making sense out of the MicPeakData values I'm getting from FlexLib. I'm hoping that somebody can shed some insight in terms of what this value is actually reporting.
If I send, via DAX, an steady sine wave (mode = DIGU, so there's no compressor activity)... I will get two rock-steady values for MicData and MicPeakData.
I initially figured MicPeakData would be rapidly changing "peak" VU meter type data and MicData to be more of a smoothed (damped) value. But this clearly isn't what's going on.
My question is: What the heck is MicPeakData telling me? MicData at -0.6 looks "right" to me, as it appears to result in the power output I would expect.
The "Level" meter in SmartSDR appears to be showing MicData, if that's helpful at all.
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