PLATE MODULATED TRANSMITTER SOUND

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PLATE MODULATED TRANSMITTER SOUND

Postby AM / FORVER » Sat Jan 26, 2019 11:36 pm

Hello can anyone help me :?: I am looking for a ( PLATE MODULATED TRANSMITTER SOUND ) Examples 1 EF Johnson Valiant 2 B & W 5100 3 Collins 32v3 4 World radio labs Globe Champion. Has anyone experimented or have settings for the Anan transceiver. Or will i have to use outboard audio or BROADCAST PROCESSOR SOFTWARE :?: :?: THANKS 73s
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Re: PLATE MODULATED TRANSMITTER SOUND

Postby W1AEX » Sun Jan 27, 2019 2:04 am

You are welcome to download copies of the two AM profiles I usually run from the link below. Scroll down to the AM section. Both of those profiles utilize the embedded CFC Audio Tools (capable of surpassing the performance of external audio software) in the DSP tab of OpenHPSDR and they will faithfully reproduce whatever source audio you feed into the ANAN. You can adjust the Post EQ to flatten out the audio and add some peaky 3K grit as well as add in some Valiant clipping by engaging the hard-limiting COMP button underneath the MIC button and advancing the slider. You can also narrow up the TX filter in the Transmit tab.

Note that my transmit profiles use the VAC input to transport my rack audio into the software. If you are using either the MIC input or the LINE input of your ANAN you will need to click on the VAC button in the GUI to disable it and then select either MIC or LINE in the Transmit tab depending on which path you are using at your station.

If you are not familiar with the procedure for importing Transmit Profiles there are directions right on the download page link below.

Good luck!

Rob W1AEX

http://www.w1aex.com/anan/profiles/tx_profiles.html
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Re: PLATE MODULATED TRANSMITTER SOUND

Postby w-u-2-o » Sun Jan 27, 2019 3:17 am

And don't forget to use PureSignal linearization. IMHO this will substantially improve your audio.

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