[PD] request assistance with crackles and pops in VFOs driven by modulating accelerometer signals
darren at webel.com.au
Mon Jul 28 08:25:58 CEST 2008
Volume/amplitude in the case at hand is set globally and fixed across
all 6 [osc~], so not a suspect.
Am stripping back my system to remove all GUI and all downstream
processing to isolate the cause
BTW I also have a 3D amplitude modulation mode, and I do use line
smoothing with effect there.
You've also preempted some future questions about phase modulation,
marius schebella wrote:
> Frank Barknecht wrote:
>> hard off hat gesagt: // hard off wrote:
>>> i think it is pretty safe to say that the speed of the oscillator isn't what
>>> is is causing these clicks.
>> Jumps (discontinuities) in a signal are the most nasty cause for
>> clicks, while corners are generally harmless, if they aren't too
>> sharp. Changing the frequency of an oscillator never generates a jump,
>> so it's pretty safe.
> but, if you start to control the *volume* directly from a sensor you can
> get into trouble if your signal drops to 0 for some milliseconds. also,
> if your volume becomes very high, you can get distortion and crackles.
> if you do phase modulation you can also get crackles, if you have high
> jumps in your control signal. I think it is good practice to use line~
> for such things.
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