WOLFWave Audio Processor

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  1. M1MRB

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    ICQ Podcast Episode 293

    In this episode, Martin M1MRB is joined by Chris Howard M0TCH, Martin Rothwell M0SGL, Frank Howell K4FMH and Dan Romanick KB6NU to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin M6BOY rounds up the news in brief and this episode’s feature is the WOLFWave Audio Processor by Martin Butler M1MRB.


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    Question: One of the biggest drawbacks of digital audio processors is latency, which can delay a signal just enough to keep a ham from pouncing at the right moment during a pileup. It's especially pronounced when the processing is being done on a general purpose CPU (in this case, an ARM), which has the compute power to do the work but needs to introduce buffering to compensate for nondeterministic execution times. What's the latency on the WolfWave?
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