I'm thinking, tune until you see text print which is readable?
steve - W5JK
On Dec 6, 2010, at 12:01 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> This just occurred to me: How would a deaf person tune in a SSB signal? You
> can see a CW signal on the spectrum of CW Sweeper and other CW reading
> programs; likewise for PSK and RTTY. But I can't imaging how you would tune
> in a SSB signal without hearing it. Just lining it up within a spectral
> range wouldn't work, because of differences in mics, audio processors,
> propagation, speakers, etc. Since speech-to-text software uses harmonic
> relationships to discriminate among sounds (I believe) being off by more than
> a few Hz could keep it from working at all.
> I sometimes have trouble tuning in sideband (I am hearing-impaired, but not
> deaf), so if there's a way to augment the tuning process, I'd be very
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