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[RTTY] AA6YQ-FIR-512 Ignore Framing Error

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Subject: [RTTY] AA6YQ-FIR-512 Ignore Framing Error
From: Ktfrog007@aol.com
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2011 11:23:08 -0500 (EST)
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Hi Dave,
I am curious about the Ignore Framing Error setting in your  FIR-512.  All 
I know about it is what I read (below) in the Help file and  my 
interpretation is that it would have only a marginal positive effect, if  at 
all.   No 
other profile I've encountered sets it ON.  In my  own experiments with 
FIR-512 I've turned it both ON and OFF, but so far I  can't see much of an 
either way. 

Kermit, AB1J
Ignore  Framing Error 

When the ignore framing error box  is checked on Option | Setup MMTTY | 
Decode tab, the data are captured  without regard to the stop bits. This leads 
to decoding of uncertain  letters–there will be print of poor copy,  but 
there is a high likelihood of garbled (wrong)  characters. 

In a message dated 1/21/2011 2:46:04 A.M. GMT Standard Time,  
aa6yq@ambersoft.com writes:

>>>Besides the tight filter around the received singal,  the AA6YQ-FIR-512
profile is configured to enable majority logic and to  ignore framing 


Dave,  AA6YQ

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