DSP Evaluation

kr2j at aol.com kr2j at aol.com
Fri Feb 25 12:48:06 EST 1994

I would like to collect opinions and observations from those who utilized DSP
filters during the ARRL CW test for compilation and distribution.  I used my
DSP-9 and found that at times it was great and at other times I wanted to
throw it out the window.

I will wait until after the phone weekend to post the compilation at which
time I'll request opinions on SSB operation with DSP units.

Bob Naumann
KR2J at aol.com

>From Walton L. Stinson" <wstinson at csn.org  Fri Feb 25 20:50:08 1994
From: Walton L. Stinson" <wstinson at csn.org (Walton L. Stinson)
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 1994 13:50:08 -0700 (MST)
Subject: M/S 10:00 RULE
Message-ID: <Pine.3.05.9402251304.A29050-9100000 at teal.csn.org>

I kinda like the arrl m/s.  I enter cqww as a m/s and i like that too.
the difference is that the arrl test can be entered by two ops 
with one rig.  if we adopt the cqww "exception" the number of
ops and gear required to be competitive goes way up.  as an
arrl m/s competitor, the problem i see is that the duty op can't
pop down to 160 to grab a mult.  it gets awfully slow sometimes
and it is very frustrating to watch a mult evaporate because you
can't just grab him.  73, walt, w0cp

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