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=== Notes ===
 
=== Notes ===
  
* <b>Important:</b> The frequency parameters below are in <i>radians per sample</i> rather than Hz.<br>
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* <b>Important:</b> The frequency parameters below are in <i>radians per sample</i> rather than Hz.
<pre>radians per sample = 2 * pi * freq / sample rate</pre>
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** for example:
* for example:
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*** input centered at 0 Hz.
** input centered at 0 Hz.
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*** Sample rate = 48kHz.
** Sample rate = 48kHz.
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*** frequency variations to track +- 500Hz.
** frequency variations to track +- 500Hz.
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*** Max freq = 0.0654
** Max freq = 0.0654
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*** Min freq = -0.0654
** Min freq = -0.0654
 
  
* If the input signal were to be at 10kHz, then the Max freq would be 1.374 and the Min freq would be 1.246
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* This block requires an input signal of at least -30db in order to lock to the carrier.
 
 
* This block seems to require an input signal of at least -30db in order to lock to the carrier.
 
  
 
== Parameters ==
 
== Parameters ==

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