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A quick look - I see potential here , perhaps not having someone write specific app but piggy back on another app that uses same principles in decoding .
There must be some smart phone guru's out there willing to experiment .
Bird Song ID (£3, about $4.60; iOS): It's Shazam for birdsong. Record a bird's warble—the cleaner the recording, the better the luck you'll have—and let the app tell you what species you're hearing. No Internet connection required for this task.
On 2019-11-15 12:14, brad@... wrote:
We need someone with patience - play as many digital audio files to Siri and see if it is possible to build up a siri database- wonder how accurate Siri would be - Semi AI .
Worth a try .
On 2019-11-15 11:42, Patrick Lindecker wrote:
There is no function to identify digital modes. It would be extremely complex, impossible to create by amateurs. I don't think that even by professionals can propose such function.
However, there are tools to identify modes, as RS ID for example, but only useful if the sender includes the RS ID in its message, which is not always the case and never the case for common modes as RTTY or BPSK31...
However, after some habit, listening the transmission and looking the waterfall permits to determine which mode or what type of mode (FSK, PSK...) is used.
De : firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] De la part de gustav88@...
Envoyé : jeudi 14 novembre 2019 19:34
À : firstname.lastname@example.org
Objet : [multipsk] Modes.
I have problems with my program, I do not get the function that identifies digital modes. Is there a side island video ID? Anyone who can explain what to do?