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PowerSDR Noise Blanker Best Values !

Hello my friends:
I am a returnind Flex User.
Using now a FLEX3000 with PowerSDR 2.7.2
I don't find a good NB (and NR) values.
Please.... what values are you using with good result?
A lot of thank's

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  • Ted  WA3AERTed WA3AER Member
    edited July 2015
    I've used the following settings with reasonable results previously with my Flex3000 and now with the Flex5000 and PSDR 2.7.2. YMMV

    Of course, all NBs are affected by strong signals nearby (and sometimes not not near by!) on the band.


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    If someone has some better values to use, please share.

    73
    Ted
  • edited March 2015
    A lot of thank's for your reply.
    I will try my friend.
    Any other opinions ?

  • Kuby, N6JSXKuby, N6JSX Member
    edited January 2017
    This question has been asked by me and many many times. Flex has never given a responsible answer. I'm  primarily an SSB user, and the NR/NB are woefully behind my IC-7000/IC-746P and my KX3. Yes, these are preset canned values/settings in Icom/KX but they work and work well. I've yet to discover the magical settings adjustments on my Flex3K. I consider this a failing of PwrSDR that could be fixed 'IF' Flex would service legacy and not just  tunnel focus on Smart/6K line. I'll not upgrade due to Flex's new business model on legacy.

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