"Holger 'Geri' Kinzel, DK8KW" wrote:
Although people do claim that machines can detect and read signals burried
in noise better than the human senses, I have not yet seen this really
happening (despite, probably, WOLF, but this also works only if a human eye
looks through the garbled text received and immediately finds those
sequences that make sense).
Well, I did reason along these same lines in the past, but some tests I
recently convinced me of the contrary.
I am preparing a Web page that will show a perfect copy of a Jason signal, while
that very same signal is practically undetectable with Argo. Admittedly, this
with AWGN noise only, not a common occurrence in real life, but it made me
73 Alberto I2PHD