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Old 12-11-2013, 4:21 PM
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Default Two Tone Detect, Gaplength???

The Two Tone Detect v62 release notes mention an optional parameter called Gaplength, but I do not see it shown in the tone.cfg templates.

What is the format of the parameter and does it matter where it is placed? Is this option available and functional in all builds after v62 as well?

I am guessing it would be "gaplength=0.2" for a 200 ms gap between the end of A and the beginning of B.

Since I will need to rebuild my config files, I will plan to use it with the latest v64 if it is compatible.

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Old 12-12-2013, 11:24 AM
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If you have TTD already running and it works, you probably don't need to use the gaplength parameter. Some dispatch centers have a gap between the A and B tones that caused problems with the v60 algorithm. This is rare, but the gaplength parameter was added to support those "oddball" situations. It is included with all subsequent versions.

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