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Today's v1.694 update is hopefully a working version of the failed v1.691,692 release of a few days ago.
See the first post of the "v1.694" thread below for the CHANGE_LOG notes.
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  • v1.419,423: added non-NBFM squelch

    v1.419  November 8, 2020
        Added a simple RSSI-based squelch for the non-NBFM modes.
            See audio tab of control panel. Based on Christoph's squelch from kiwirecorder.
    
    Don't expect too much from this squelch implementation. It's not a VAD or anything. On the audio tab move the squelch slider fully left to disable (default). Two squelch values are stored separately: one for NBFM and another for all other modes (except DRM which doesn't need it).

    For the non-NBFM squelch the slider represents dB above the median of a number of past RSSI (S-meter) values. There is also a menu of "tail" times -- additional time the squelch is held open before being closed.

    The speaker icon now has a third color, white, indicating the squelch is closed (hence no audio). This in addition to red (muted) and green (squelch open or disabled).
    Powernumptydl7awlWA2ZKDbensonCommSigmaChrisSmolinskinjccathalferris
  • v1.419,423: added non-NBFM squelch

    v1.419  November 8, 2020
        Added a simple RSSI-based squelch for the non-NBFM modes.
            See audio tab of control panel. Based on Christoph's squelch from kiwirecorder.
    
    Don't expect too much from this squelch implementation. It's not a VAD or anything. On the audio tab move the squelch slider fully left to disable (default). Two squelch values are stored separately: one for NBFM and another for all other modes (except DRM which doesn't need it).

    For the non-NBFM squelch the slider represents dB above the median of a number of past RSSI (S-meter) values. There is also a menu of "tail" times -- additional time the squelch is held open before being closed.

    The speaker icon now has a third color, white, indicating the squelch is closed (hence no audio). This in addition to red (muted) and green (squelch open or disabled).
    Powernumptydl7awlWA2ZKDbensonCommSigmaChrisSmolinskinjccathalferris
  • v1.419,423: added non-NBFM squelch

    v1.419  November 8, 2020
        Added a simple RSSI-based squelch for the non-NBFM modes.
            See audio tab of control panel. Based on Christoph's squelch from kiwirecorder.
    
    Don't expect too much from this squelch implementation. It's not a VAD or anything. On the audio tab move the squelch slider fully left to disable (default). Two squelch values are stored separately: one for NBFM and another for all other modes (except DRM which doesn't need it).

    For the non-NBFM squelch the slider represents dB above the median of a number of past RSSI (S-meter) values. There is also a menu of "tail" times -- additional time the squelch is held open before being closed.

    The speaker icon now has a third color, white, indicating the squelch is closed (hence no audio). This in addition to red (muted) and green (squelch open or disabled).
    Powernumptydl7awlWA2ZKDbensonCommSigmaChrisSmolinskinjccathalferris
  • v1.419,423: added non-NBFM squelch

    v1.419  November 8, 2020
        Added a simple RSSI-based squelch for the non-NBFM modes.
            See audio tab of control panel. Based on Christoph's squelch from kiwirecorder.
    
    Don't expect too much from this squelch implementation. It's not a VAD or anything. On the audio tab move the squelch slider fully left to disable (default). Two squelch values are stored separately: one for NBFM and another for all other modes (except DRM which doesn't need it).

    For the non-NBFM squelch the slider represents dB above the median of a number of past RSSI (S-meter) values. There is also a menu of "tail" times -- additional time the squelch is held open before being closed.

    The speaker icon now has a third color, white, indicating the squelch is closed (hence no audio). This in addition to red (muted) and green (squelch open or disabled).
    Powernumptydl7awlWA2ZKDbensonCommSigmaChrisSmolinskinjccathalferris
  • v1.419,423: added non-NBFM squelch

    v1.419  November 8, 2020
        Added a simple RSSI-based squelch for the non-NBFM modes.
            See audio tab of control panel. Based on Christoph's squelch from kiwirecorder.
    
    Don't expect too much from this squelch implementation. It's not a VAD or anything. On the audio tab move the squelch slider fully left to disable (default). Two squelch values are stored separately: one for NBFM and another for all other modes (except DRM which doesn't need it).

    For the non-NBFM squelch the slider represents dB above the median of a number of past RSSI (S-meter) values. There is also a menu of "tail" times -- additional time the squelch is held open before being closed.

    The speaker icon now has a third color, white, indicating the squelch is closed (hence no audio). This in addition to red (muted) and green (squelch open or disabled).
    Powernumptydl7awlWA2ZKDbensonCommSigmaChrisSmolinskinjccathalferris