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; Sampling Rate  
 
; Sampling Rate  
: sample rate (Hz)
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: Gain of the internal frequency filters.
  
 
; Tone Frequency (''R'')
 
; Tone Frequency (''R'')
: Frequency value to use as the squelch tone (default: 100.0)
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: Frequency value to use as the squelch tone.
  
 
; Level (''R'')
 
; Level (''R'')
: threshold level for the squelch tone (default: 0.01)
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: threshold level for the squelch tone.
  
 
; Length  
 
; Length  
: length of the frequency filters (default: 0)
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: length of the frequency filters.
  
 
; Ramp  
 
; Ramp  
: Attack / release time in samples; a sinusodial ramp is used. set to 0 to disable (default: 0)
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: Attack / release time in samples; a sinusodial ramp is used. set to 0 to disable.
  
 
; Gate  
 
; Gate  
: if true, no output if no squelch tone. if false, output 0's if no squelch tone (default: False)
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: if true, no output if no squelch tone. if false, output 0's if no squelch tone.
  
 
== Example Flowgraph ==
 
== Example Flowgraph ==

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