ed at w0yk.com
Sun Apr 12 14:03:08 EDT 2015
Agreed, although I ponder whether it would be "good" for RTTY contesting.
Part of the skill, and fun, is quickly using multiple decoder windows to
decide if there is good copy. Just like the CW contester has to decide if
the code he heard in the QRM and noise is good copy. OTOH, smartly
combining the outputs of multiple decoders is just another, hopefully
"better", decoder. And, the basic premise of RTTY is that decoder
technology is used rather than the human brain.
On 2015-04-12 12:51 PM, Joe W4TV wrote:
> The true breakthrough in RTTY decoding will come when some
> smart programmer takes multiple copies of 2Tone (with
> different profiles)plus multiple copies of MMTTY (with
> different profiles) and GRITTY, eliminates the low confidence
> decodes and integrates the resulting "clean" data into a
> single interface. That will free the user from constantly
> scanning multiple decoder windows and mousing from decoder
> to decoder to capture calls/reports.
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