Advanced DSP Settings

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Kel

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What is the proper settings?the last EZ Scan update changed all my settings.
 

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What is the proper settings?the last EZ Scan update changed all my settings.
You can use the default option to set all to factory defaults. I suspect that is how they end up after the update. The proper settings vary for each user. You'll have to make small adjustments and see what works best for you.
 

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What is the proper settings?the last EZ Scan update changed all my settings.
It is my opinion that the DSP settings interact in some manner with the DDT Settings (Multi-Site Settings). I also believe that the "best" settings are possibly influenced by the radio/antenna and/or model/location. If I remember correctly, the DSP was native at 64 and the DDT at 75 Low 95 High. It was a few years back, but after 10-20 hours of trial/error (very subjective) spread over a couple of months, I settled on DSP 52 and DDT 15 Low 95 High.

Also, all of the above was done after deciding that (in most cases) I would scan only single sites (preferred Site as determined by the HP-1E analysis features). This requires adding a "dummy" Site (locked out, no freq's) to the single Site, in order to activate (un-gray) the DDT settings.

All of the above allowed me to go from (new out of the box) hearing about 40% of the transmissions, with no lock-on longer than 8 seconds (most less than 5 seconds) to solid, hear every word, for as long as the transmission lasts.
 
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