On the other hand, when used in conjunction with NR a wider DSP BW is desirable since NR works on uncorrelated noise. Try: BW= 700-1000 Hz, NR= ~ 5-3 APF= ON Great for pulling out weak signals on an uncrowded band. The NR settings of 5 and above mix processed and non-processed data so the APF has something to work on. My theory, anyway.
73, Brian, K0DTJ > On Oct 15, 2016, at 19:52, Ken Arck <k...@arcomcontrollers.com> wrote: > > The narrower the bandwidth, the better signal to noise. > > That should answer your question :-) > > Ken > > > At 07:39 PM 10/15/2016, Robert G Strickland wrote: >> When using the APF, does it make a difference which bandwidth has been >> selected? Or in other words, does APF work better on top of a narrow or wide >> bandwidth, or is selected bandwidth irrelevant? Thanks. >> ...robert >> -- >> Robert G Strickland, PhD ABPH - KE2WY >> rc...@verizon.net.usa >> Syracuse, New York, USA >> ______________________________________________________________ Elecraft mailing list Home: http://mailman.qth.net/mailman/listinfo/elecraft Help: http://mailman.qth.net/mmfaq.htm Post: mailto:Elecraft@mailman.qth.net This list hosted by: http://www.qsl.net Please help support this email list: http://www.qsl.net/donate.html Message delivered to arch...@mail-archive.com