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Re: Linrad-02.41

The wlr2-41.zip is the windows file that doesn't need to be config or make.
The lir02-41.zip is the windows file that you need to have mingw installed first.

The lir02-41.tbz is the Linux file.


-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Sublette <k4to@xxxxxxxx>
To: linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Mon, 7 Jan 2008 7:17 pm
Subject: Re: Linrad-02.41

Is this a windows executale file or Linux?


Leif Asbrink wrote:
> Hello All,
> Today I uploaded Linrad-02.41 at these three places:
> http://www.sm5bsz.com/linuxdsp/linroot.htm
> http://g7rau.demon.co.uk/sm5bsz/linuxdsp/linroot.htm
> http://nitehawk.com/sm5bsz/linuxdsp/linroot.htm
> The automatic spur removal is now significantly better.
> It should no longer remove CW signals - but of course
> the algorithms need some fine tuning so I am interested 
> in feedback with recordings where it does not work well.
> The AM mode has a new feature. When coh2 is selected, 
> the coherent detect I signal goes to one ear while the Q
> signal goes to the other. This is as it has always been.
> For an AM station this means that the AM modulation
> goes to one ear and the FM modulation to the other.
> Strong AM stations tend to have weak FM modulation so the
> FM channel is often very low in volume. The new feature 
> is that there are now independent AGC functions for the 
> AM and the FM audio channel (derived from the audio signals)
> and therefore both ears have similar soundlevels.
> The FM signal with typically 10 dB more gain allows copying
> of weak stations that have the same frequency as a stronger 
> one.
> There are also many bug corrections in linrad-02.41.
>             ---------------------------------------
> There is a DSP challenge at these locations:
> http://www.sm5bsz.com/linuxdsp/spur/autospur.htm
> http://g7rau.demon.co.uk/sm5bsz/spur/autospur.htm
> http://nitehawk.com/sm5bsz/spur/autospur.htm
> There is a file 20mnoise1.wav (13 megabytes) that was recorded
> by W3SZ on 20 meters. The file has some QRN and a relatively
> weak CW signal that is only about 2 kHz away from 40 dB
> stronger CW signals.
> Many SDR programs can use .wav files for input. I would be
> curious to know how sucessful different programs are in 
> making this signal visible in the waterfall and how well 
> the loudspeaker output can be copied. 
> The challenge is on the automatic spur rempoval page
> because the 20mnoise1 file has many spurs.
> I would appreciate if many of you could make some extra
> testing on Linrad-02.41. The latest stable is now 02.35
> and that is pretty old now. The bugs I introduced with
> the structural changes I had to do to get started with 
> the Tx side have made 02.36 to 02.40 somewhat unstable
> (more than usual) but I hope to get the bug reports that
> will allow me to make 02-41 or perhaps 02-42 the latest
> stable version.
>   73
>   Leif / SM5BSZ
> >

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