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atest - Decode AX.25 frames from an audio file.
atest [ options ] wav-file-in
wav-file-in is a WAV format audio file.
atest is a test application which decodes AX.25 frames from an audio recording. This
provides an easy way to test Dire Wolf decoding performance much quicker than normal real-
-B n Bits / second for data. Proper modem selected for 300, 1200, 9600. 300 baud uses
1600/1800 Hz AFSK. 1200 (default) baud uses 1200/2200 Hz AFSK. 9600 baud uses
-D n Divide audio sample rate by n.
-F n Amount of effort to try fixing frames with an invalid CRC. 0 (default) = consider
only correct frames. 1 = Try to fix only a single bit. more = Try modifying more
bits to get a good CRC.
-P m Select the demodulator type such as A, B, C, D (default for 300 baud), E (default
for 1200 baud), F, A+, B+, C+, D+, E+, F+.
gen_packets -o test1.wav
gen_packets -B 300 -o test3.wav
atest -B 300 test3.wav
gen_packets -B 9600 -o test9.wav
atest -B 9600 test9.wav
This generates and decodes 3 test files with 1200, 300, and 9600 bits per second.
atest -P C+ 02_Track_2.wav
atest -F 1 02_Track_2.wav
atest -P C+ -F 1 02_Track_2.wav
Try different combinations of options to find the best decoding performance.
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