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-rw-r--r--docs/imts.html4
-rw-r--r--docs/install.html2
-rw-r--r--docs/radiocom2000.html2
-rw-r--r--docs/sdr.html2
-rw-r--r--docs/sim.html20
-rw-r--r--docs/software.html4
7 files changed, 19 insertions, 19 deletions
diff --git a/docs/b-netz.html b/docs/b-netz.html
index 859537a..e16fd91 100644
--- a/docs/b-netz.html
+++ b/docs/b-netz.html
@@ -417,7 +417,7 @@ The transceiver of the base station switches to channel 19 and sends a paging se
Then the base station returns to the ordered channel and waits 700 ms to 2.1 seconds for the mobile station to send the call acknowledge signal ("Rufbestätigung").
If it is not received, the base station repeats the paging sequence again.
If there is still no call acknowledge signal, it sends a clear signal ("Trennsignal") for at lease 350 ms and returns to idle state and indicates announcement to the calling party that the mobile station is (currently) not available.
-(German announcement sais: "Dieser Anschluß ist vorrübergehend nicht erreichbar!")
+(German announcement says: "Dieser Anschluß ist vorrübergehend nicht erreichbar!")
</p>
<p>
@@ -710,7 +710,7 @@ Detecting loss of carrier signal:
<p>
This works with SDR only, because we do not have any RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator) signal from a radio connected to the sound card.
-With SDR we know the RX level, so we can define a threashold value for a lost signal.
+With SDR we know the RX level, so we can define a threshold value for a lost signal.
Use '-S &lt;db&gt;' or '--squelch &lt;db&gt;' to define the squelch threshold level.
To measure the noise floor, use the 'm' key to get a bar graph of the current RSSI. (RF level)
Add some dB to the noise floor for the squelch threshold value.
diff --git a/docs/imts.html b/docs/imts.html
index e2d35eb..bec6b8f 100644
--- a/docs/imts.html
+++ b/docs/imts.html
@@ -576,7 +576,7 @@ imts.c:861 info : Received paging test digit '3' (level 103% delay 67 ms).
<p>
In this case the soundcard's round trip delay is 67 ms.
-Substract 67 from 349 and you get 282.
+Subtract 67 from 349 and you get 282.
Add '-F 282' to command line option, instead of '-b 5'.
Now we react about 282 ms after we detected the start of the Guard tone.
The reaction now matches the time when the phone transmits the Connect tone.
@@ -677,7 +677,7 @@ squelch.c:99 info : RF signal measurement: -69.9 dB noise floor, using squelch
squelch.c:99 info : RF signal measurement: -70.2 dB noise floor, using squelch threshold of -60.2 dB
squelch.c:112 info : RF signal strong: Unmuting audio (RF -54.2 &gt;= -60.2 dB)
dsp.c:476 info : High RF level, unmuting; turning transmitter on.
-imts.c:506 info : Detectes RF signal in IDLE mode, calling the opterator at '010'.
+imts.c:506 info : Detects RF signal in IDLE mode, calling the opterator at '010'.
call.c:405 info : Incoming call from 'unknown' to '010'
call.c:407 info : -&gt; Call to Operator '010'
call.c:385 info : Indicate MNCC setup towards fixed network
diff --git a/docs/install.html b/docs/install.html
index 43deb7d..8cc280d 100644
--- a/docs/install.html
+++ b/docs/install.html
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
<p>
To run this software, you need a Linux PC with development environment (gcc compiler).
At least one Alsa sound interfaces is required.
-Two sound interfaces are required to talk and listen trough the base station using a headset with microphone.
+Two sound interfaces are required to talk and listen through the base station using a headset with microphone.
</p>
<p>
diff --git a/docs/radiocom2000.html b/docs/radiocom2000.html
index 29af0bd..22856ea 100644
--- a/docs/radiocom2000.html
+++ b/docs/radiocom2000.html
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ The network was closed for the exclusive benefit of the standard GSM in July 28t
<li>Frequency range UHF (Band 1): 424.800 - 427.9875 MHz (down-link); 414.800 - 417.9875 MHz (up-link)
<li>Frequency range VHF (Band 3): 169.800 - 172.9875 MHz (down-link); 165.200 - 168.3875 MHz (up-link)
<li>See software option "-B list" for other bands
- <li>256 voice or contol channels
+ <li>256 voice or control channels
<li>Duplex distance: 10 MHz
<li>Channel spacing: 12.5 KHz
<li>Voice modulation: FM
diff --git a/docs/sdr.html b/docs/sdr.html
index d35fe1b..4b462d9 100644
--- a/docs/sdr.html
+++ b/docs/sdr.html
@@ -223,7 +223,7 @@ I suggest to stay below 60% for each threads.
<p>
<b>Example: C-Netz</b><br>
-Two channes are created, one the OgK (control channel) and one SpK (speech channel).
+Two channels are created, one the OgK (control channel) and one SpK (speech channel).
The distance between channels is 20 KHz (two channels).
Because C-Netz uses only odd channel numbers for 10 KHz spacing, we use channel 131 (OgK) and 135 (SpK).
</p>
diff --git a/docs/sim.html b/docs/sim.html
index 86d0528..248a37c 100644
--- a/docs/sim.html
+++ b/docs/sim.html
@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ Use a diode with a low forward voltage drop, like a Schottky diode. I use a simp
<p>
<font color="red">Important: Some serial interfaces have wrong signal labels.
-TX and RX might be reversed, so that TX is actually an input and RX an ouput.
+TX and RX might be reversed, so that TX is actually an input and RX an output.
You will find out when you connect an Milliamp meter between signal and ground.
The output will have several Milliamps, but the input doesn't.
</font>
@@ -111,42 +111,42 @@ Use the '-s' option to give the correct serial interface:
FUTLN=23100001, Sicherungscode=3103, Kartekennung=3, Sonderheitenschluessel=0, Wartungsschluessel=65535
Telephone directory has 80 entries.
SIM emulator ready, please start the phone!
-sim.c:1352 info : Reset singnal on (low)
-sim.c:1352 info : Reset singnal off (high)
+sim.c:1352 info : Reset signal on (low)
+sim.c:1352 info : Reset signal off (high)
sim.c:1371 info : Card has disabled PIN (system PIN '0000') Selecting card #1.
sim.c:1374 info : Sending ATR
sim.c:1125 info : RX message
sim.c:1135 info : control I: N(S)=0 N(R)=0
sim.c: 473 info : SL-APPL app 3
-sim.c:1222 info : TX resonse
+sim.c:1222 info : TX response
sim.c:1228 info : control I: N(S)=0 N(R)=1
sim.c:1125 info : RX message
sim.c:1135 info : control I: N(S)=1 N(R)=1
sim.c: 558 info : RD-EBDT
-sim.c:1222 info : TX resonse
+sim.c:1222 info : TX response
sim.c:1228 info : control I: N(S)=1 N(R)=2
sim.c:1125 info : RX message
sim.c:1135 info : control I: N(S)=2 N(R)=2
sim.c: 473 info : SL-APPL app 4
-sim.c:1222 info : TX resonse
+sim.c:1222 info : TX response
sim.c:1228 info : control I: N(S)=2 N(R)=3
sim.c:1125 info : RX message
sim.c:1135 info : control I: N(S)=3 N(R)=3
sim.c: 473 info : SL-APPL app 3
-sim.c:1222 info : TX resonse
+sim.c:1222 info : TX response
sim.c:1228 info : control I: N(S)=3 N(R)=4
sim.c:1125 info : RX message
sim.c:1135 info : control I: N(S)=4 N(R)=4
sim.c: 558 info : RD-EBDT
-sim.c:1222 info : TX resonse
+sim.c:1222 info : TX response
sim.c:1228 info : control I: N(S)=4 N(R)=5
sim.c:1125 info : RX message
sim.c:1135 info : control I: N(S)=5 N(R)=5
sim.c: 599 info : RD-RUFN (loc=0)
sim.c: 655 info : 80 numbers can be stored in EEPROM
-sim.c:1222 info : TX resonse
+sim.c:1222 info : TX response
sim.c:1228 info : control I: N(S)=5 N(R)=6
-sim.c:1352 info : Reset singnal on (low)
+sim.c:1352 info : Reset signal on (low)
</pre>
diff --git a/docs/software.html b/docs/software.html
index 4991a66..b5acc0c 100644
--- a/docs/software.html
+++ b/docs/software.html
@@ -270,7 +270,7 @@ Press 'w' again to turn off this view.
<p>
To check measurements like input level and quality, press the 'm' key.
-You will get an ASCII art plot of differen bar graphs.
+You will get an ASCII art plot of different bar graphs.
They show tone / frame level and quality.
The green bar shows the current level.
The yellow marker shows the last/peak/average level.
@@ -339,7 +339,7 @@ nmt -k 1 -k 4 -a hw:0,0 -a hw:0,0 -T CC/TC -T TC -0 1 -0 2 -Y se,1 -x
</pre>
<p>
-This example will run a base station with two channel (1 and 4) via two radios connectd to a stereo sound card.
+This example will run a base station with two channel (1 and 4) via two radios connected to a stereo sound card.
The sound card is accessed via '-a hw:0,0'.
Because the sound card is stereo, the '-a' option can be given for two channels.
The first channel is a combined control+traffic channel and the second a traffic channel.