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Author Topic: SGC ADSP2 Speaker  (Read 350 times)
N4VNV
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« on: August 13, 2003, 09:47:59 AM »

Would like to hear from someone that owns one of these, as to it's performance. Does it also remove hetrodyne? And it would be helpful if you have been able to compare it to a "ClearSpeech" speaker by Am-Com.
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« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2003, 02:48:12 PM »

I have the low power ADSP2 in my SG2020. It works quite well and it does remove a hetrodyne (SGC calls it a tone). One difference I find between it and some other DSP units is that there is a short delay in removing the tone. This permits it work on steady carriers while letting a CW signal through. The down side to this is that you hear a short "beep" when a new carrier comes on frequency. Faster acting DSP units can remove the tone almost before you even hear it but then they will remove a CW signal as well.
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