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Processor on Waveform modes

Bob N7ZOBob N7ZO Member ✭✭
edited March 2017 in SmartSDR for Windows
In SSDR 1.5, with FDV (FreeDV) mode, the processor is disabled.  With DSTR (D-Star), the processor can be enabled, but the Compression meter always shows full red (full compression).  What is happening here?  Is the processor attempting to compress the digital signal or is it still working on my voice audio?

73, Bob, N7ZO

Answers

  • K6OZYK6OZY Member
    edited March 2017
    Do not use PROC or TX/RX EQ with waveforms.  It modifies the modem, not the encoded audio.
  • Bob N7ZOBob N7ZO Member ✭✭
    edited February 2017
    Thanks,  I was just watching your video on this.  Very helpful.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iIx45sBQr8


  • Bob N7ZOBob N7ZO Member ✭✭
    edited December 2016
    If the processor and EQ are a problem on the waveform modes, should not they both be disabled?
  • K6OZYK6OZY Member
    edited September 2015
    Yes, unless FRS is planning on modifying the waveform API to allow them to work on the encoded audio.  I am unaware of their plans.
  • Tim - W4TMETim - W4TME Administrator, FlexRadio Employee admin
    edited December 2016
    We are considering extending the waveform api to allow the passing of data to allow for the enable or disable of audio processing features.
  • Steve K9ZWSteve K9ZW Member ✭✭✭
    edited November 2016

    This would be very welcome.

    In general the idea of "switching modes" should be as inclusive of configuration changes as possible. 

    Otherwise an operator has to keep a check list of all the things to switch when doing a mode change.

    73

    Steve K9ZW

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