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The reception of ITC images through sound.  Rate Topic 
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 Posted: Aug 12th, 2007 05:42 PM
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Keith Clark
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Hello,

Long story short, I've been experimenting in receiving ITC images through audio with the use of spectrogram software.

The links below include an article (by me), a brief software review, a software tutorial, and of course.............samples.

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Here's a sample:

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 Posted: Aug 13th, 2007 06:33 AM
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Keith,

I have been playing with this concept for a while and I use Winrad or the actual Spectrogram program itself to try and produce images of this nature. Winrad is far superior because of its ability to connect to various radios and my laser transceiver and give me a real-time picture and sound of what is being produced. Their are two very big pluses for me too. One, its designed by hammers and radio operators. Two, it is completely and totally free.

The image below the link is the Winrad control panel. The spectrogram on it shows me saying over my laser tranceiver, "Keith Clark, ITC bridge forum".

http://digilander.libero.it/i2phd/winrad/


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 Posted: Aug 13th, 2007 06:43 AM
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Hi Frank,

I'll check it out tonight, thanks for the scoop!

Keith

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I seriously think people like us have these weird ideas for a reason - no one else might ever think of them.

One person used a laser and a camera with a 6 second overexposure and got a picture; this idea is certainly another worth looking into.

My first thought was a way to 'see through' one plane of a 3 dimensional audio plane; well maybe audio and waves are really planar depending on the polarization.

I think audio is circular; I am not even sure LOL; seems like it should be planar though.

This leads to projection, like onto a tv screen; you are seeing a slice of video (!?) in time of the audio wave structure.

I wonder what the comparison would be of a 28mhz audio mixed signal and a regular voice would look like; this relates to Spiricom, it sounds.

There is also a TIME feature here...

MrZeta

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