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Re: Re: DSP Noise Reduction on Receive

Hallo Keith and the group,

Sunday, February 16, 2003, 12:57:57 AM, you wrote:

> There has been a few words exchanged about the benefits of using either the 
> Timewave DSP-599zx and /or the ClearSpeech DSP filters for AO-40 receiving. 
> I have been using a software DSP filter through the computer speakers and 
> wonder how it compares to your hardware versions. Anyone who has one or both 
> of the DSP filters care to download the software model and give it a go? The 
> BR-universal-Filter  is available for a free download at:

> http://www.wh2.tu-dresden.de/~bernd109/amateurfunk/amateur.html

> I, and I'm sure others, would be interested in your comparison results.. 
> Keith N4ZQ

I have tried out this software and also Chromasound, which is
available from http://www.barberdsp.com/csnd/csnd.htm. Chromasound
performs much better, but none of these has the performance of
Clearspeech, which I'm using since 3 weeks and I will not miss it any

 Reinhard (aks Réne)

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