Hi all,

It looks like SourceForge is up again. I'll see if this email comes
back to me. Then I'll really know.

David, is this the development procedure in developing a a new mode:

1) Use a simulator eg. "octave" to test the new design.

2) Convert to "C" and create the library "libcodec2.so"
3) Test exhaustively with the command line utilities "c2enc" etc..
4) Add the new mode to the GUI app "FreeDV".

I'm a 'jack of all trades, master of none' helping others wherever I
can. My working life spans both RF Electronics then electronics in computers
then drifting to computer operating support (dead disk drives, reload OS)
then unix/Linux sys-admin.
Unlike MANY sys-ops, I'm not afraid of the "C" compiler and linker but I'm
not a programmer except in a limited way.
I truly admire Joe K1JT and the WSJT project and the guy who does the MSHV
'clone' of it. Also, the MMDVM project giving us hams freeware DMR and P25
System Fusion and D-Star and now NXDN repeaters and inter-connection of.
They have skills!!

So, where can I help?


On Sun, 4 Mar 2018 11:46:39 +1030, David Rowe wrote
> > Is the 700D mode available anywhere?
> No, hope to release mid year.
> BTW pls use the codec2-dev mailing list for questions, that way 
> everyone can share in the answers.
> Cheers,
> David


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