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V3 Analyser
V3 Analyser

Here's a screenshot of the version 3 Analyser slowly taking shape. This is a zoomed processing on 963kHz taken from an overnight recording, we see many medium wave (MW) carriers present.

Data processing at 1,343 megabytes / second from a NVMe SSD card.

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