Power Squelch

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This will either pass the input unchanged, or block it, depending on whether its envelope is over a certain threshold. The envelope is calculated by taking the squared magnitude of the signal and lowpassing it with a single pole IIR filter (with the specified alpha).

The ramp parameter specifies the attack / release time, in samples. A sinusodial ramp is used to progressively mute / unmute the input. If ramp is set to 0, input is muted / unmuted without a ramp.

If the gate parameter is true no output will be produced when in muted state, instead of producing zeros.

Parameters

(R): Run-time adjustable

Threshold (R)
Threshold (in dB) for power squelch
Alpha (R)
Gain of averaging filter. Defaults to 0.0001.
Ramp
Attack/release time in samples; a sinusodial ramp is used. Set to 0 to disable.
Gate
If true, no output if no squelch tone. if false, output 0's if no squelch tone.

Example Flowgraph

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Source Files

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