[AMRadio] Speech processing technologies and methods?


Dave Mayfield wrl at gwltd.com
Thu Dec 19 07:57:58 EST 2013


Rob, I was going to say the same thing. D-104 that's all you need, not 
all the processing, crap and a bunch of meters swinging all over the 
shack. The KISS method is all you need.....

W9WRL


On 12/19/2013 5:51 AM, Rob Atkinson wrote:
> For a 32V your best speech processor is probably a D104 with a good
> crystal element.   The 32V mod iron isn't going to handle processing
> very well and may crap out.  I'd run that rig with just a D104 and let
> it go at that.
>
> You have to make sure you are running something that can handle the
> compression and peak limiting.   Broadcast iron can handle it.
> Vintage ham rigs stock cannot.   The newer solid state rigs like the
> K7DYY products probably can.
>
> What is the amp for?  If you use the 32V to drive it, it is either
> going to be over driven or a hell of an amp.  Unless you can reduce
> its output I would leave it alone and look for a Ranger to use as an
> exciter, or forget the amp and work on a higher power plate modulated
> rig.
>
> 73
>
> Rob
> K5UJ
>
> On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 5:26 AM, FRANK                     HUGHES
> hughes <frsahu0003 at embarqmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I would like to learn about the speech processor options/techniques to improve what I am presenting the 32V-2 input with.
>> Should I start by asking Ray @ ER if he has any back-issues addressing the subject?
>>
>>
>> On 3885 I hear many folks discussing their signal processing methods, and can see that it would be fun to learn more about it.
>>
>>
>> But first, I have to finish my first attempt at a homebrew amp, then on to new technical horizons.
>> 73
>> Frank
>> KJ4OLL
>>
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