freedv 1.1-1build1 source package in Ubuntu


freedv (1.1-1build1) artful; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild against libcodec2-0.6

 -- Steve Langasek <email address hidden>  Wed, 26 Jul 2017 19:54:23 +0000

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freedv_1.1-1build1.debian.tar.xz 13.0 KiB d8ae19a7c33cbc0dd1c9c24a92fa51fecd3c10c0e236410e7fe668944b9b8918
freedv_1.1-1build1.dsc 2.0 KiB d396920b56a2ced7ee7b9376e74bbf1b4a825f25506be55852e2f55dd42ae7e8

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freedv: digital voice mode for HF radio

 FreeDV is a digital voice mode intended for transmission and
 reception over high-frequency (HF) radio. It uses about half the
 bandwidth of traditional analog single-sideband (SSB) voice. A low
 bit-rate voice coder-decoder (Codec 2) provides voice quality without
 the listener fatigue caused by noise and interference normally
 associated with analog single sideband (SSB) voice. A HF SSB
 transceiver, personal computer and two sound cards are required. Path
 simulation and on-the-air HF testing have shown that decoding voice
 is possible at a signal-to-noise ratio of 4 dB.
 The FreeDV software was developed by David Rowe (Codec 2, FDM
 modem implementation, integration) and David Witten (GUI,
 architecture design). The FreeDV design and user interface was based
 on the earlier FDMDV program which was developed by Francesco
 Lanza. The FDM modem design and development was supported from Peter

freedv-dbgsym: debug symbols for freedv