I thought about that too. I changed frequency to a different type of signal,
such as ssb, turned the NR on then off and reverted to the test signal and
turned NR on.
Lee A Crocker wrote:
> In my experience turning the NR "off" does not reset
> the "filter" to some pre-on level. There seems to be
> some hysteresis in the filter at least for some period
> of time, and once developed if you turn NR off and on
> the "filter" is already formed or at least partially
> formed, so the behavior of the on/off is different for
> the first time and for subsequent on/off's close in
> time to the initial activation. Also I don't think
> the "filter" that develops looks anything like an
> inverted U which is what you seem to be expecting.
> My Orion is back at Ten Tec so I haven't experienced
> the new NR, but from what I've read it just sounds
> more aggressive than the older version.
> 73 W9OY
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