SDR# FM Co-Channel Canceller doing exactly what it says on the tin

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pe1etr
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SDR# FM Co-Channel Canceller doing exactly what it says on the tin

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A couple of people asked me why the SDR# FM Co-Channel Canceller was only cancelling adjacent channel signals in my last video. This video is for you.
https://youtu.be/5q3zwVbVdNE

Peter
Botswana

daveB
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Re: SDR# FM Co-Channel Canceller doing exactly what it says on the tin

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Thanks for posting that Peter - I really must try it with my Airspy. Does it work on recordings?
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pe1etr
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Re: SDR# FM Co-Channel Canceller doing exactly what it says on the tin

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daveB wrote:
02 Nov 2020 19:46
Thanks for posting that Peter - I really must try it with my Airspy. Does it work on recordings?
You're welcome Dave.
Yes, that was a recording, didn't you notice I using file player? ;)
As long as your IQ recordings were recorded in SDR#, or are compatible. (You'll need to swap I and Q if you play your SDR# 1361 IQ recordings).
I made the IQ recording in SDR#1732 and played it in SDR#1772.

Peter

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