freedv-dbgsym binary package in Ubuntu Xenial amd64

 FreeDV is a digital voice mode intended for transmission and
 reception over high-frequency (HF) radio. It uses a frequency
 division multiplex (FDM) modem with 15 carriers and no forward error
 correction (FEC). 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.
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 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
 Martinez.

Publishing history

Date Status Target Pocket Component Section Priority Phased updates Version
  2015-11-03 18:24:03 UTC Published Ubuntu Xenial amd64 release universe hamradio Optional 1.1-1
  • Published on 2015-11-03
  • Copied from ubuntu xenial-proposed amd64 in Primary Archive for Ubuntu
  Deleted Ubuntu Xenial amd64 proposed universe hamradio Optional 1.1-1
  • Removal requested on 2015-11-03.
  • Deleted on 2015-11-03 by Ubuntu Archive Robot

    moved to release

  • Published on 2015-11-03
  2015-11-03 18:24:54 UTC Superseded Ubuntu Xenial amd64 release universe hamradio Optional 0.96.6.1592-1build1
  • Removed from disk on 2018-01-22.
  • Removal requested on 2015-11-04.
  • Superseded on 2015-11-03 by amd64 build of freedv 1.1-1 in ubuntu xenial PROPOSED
  • Published on 2015-10-22
  • Copied from ubuntu wily-proposed amd64 in Primary Archive for Ubuntu

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