Don, sorry, but the NB doesnt work even on statics caused by rain or snow.
I really think that it doesn’t work well.
I tried it ON and with different settings, but in no way I could appreciate it.
If it work on impulse woodpeaker noise i really dont care: woodpeaker doesnt
But today we have other radar noises on which the K3S doesnt work.
So it seem to me useless.
Also, the noise reduction of NR is really limited, I have not great results
But, please say me: on your K3 do you sometime need to use NB and NR? And how
you regulated them in the menu?
> Il giorno 13 ott 2016, alle ore 14:27, Don Wilhelm <donw...@embarqmail.com>
> ha scritto:
> A noise blanker will work best on impulse noise - such as automotive ignition
> noise or lightning spikes. It needs a fast pulse rise time to trigger.
> A noise blanker works by punching a hole in the signal - and if the holes are
> too wide or too frequent, you will find what is left of the signal path to be
> A noise blanker will not work on band noise or other forms of more constant
> noise. That is what Noise Reduction is for.
> Noise Reduction works on correlation - the algorithm looks for what might be
> a real signal and builds a filter around it.
> Don W3FPR
> On 10/13/2016 8:11 AM, Gian Luca Cazzola wrote:
>> I am tha satisfied owner of an Elecraft K3S. I think that for a cw operator
>> (I work 99percent CW) it is a great rig, can be the absolute best on the ham
>> rigs market.
>> It has only a really poor noise blanker.
>> I live in a town, downtown. I have noise from residential electric lights or
>> other electrical gears. I see on my P3 panadaptor noise from radar or other
>> military wide trasmission.
>> On none of these noises the NB work.
>> I tried different NB setting, but each, IF NB and DSP NB, none of them
>> reduce really noises.
>> Only NR seem to have a limited little effective result on band noise.
>> I would like your opinion about NB and NR and know from K3 es K3S owners
>> living in town how they set them.
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