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Diffstat (limited to 'src/amps/dsp.c')

-rw-r--r-- | src/amps/dsp.c | 6 |

1 files changed, 3 insertions, 3 deletions

diff --git a/src/amps/dsp.c b/src/amps/dsp.c index dc99c2f..21af267 100644 --- a/src/amps/dsp.c +++ b/src/amps/dsp.c @@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ * * AMPS modulates the carrier frequency. If it is 8 kHz above, it is high level, * if it is 8 kHz below, it is low level. The bits are coded using Manchester - * code. A 1 is coded by low level, followed by a hight level. A 0 is coded by + * code. A 1 is coded by low level, followed by a high level. A 0 is coded by * a high level, followed by a low level. This will cause at least one level * change within each bit. Also the level changes between equal bits, see * Manchester coding. The bit rate is 10 KHz. @@ -239,7 +239,7 @@ int dsp_init_sender(amps_t *amps, int tolerant) } amps->fsk_rx_window = spl; - /* create devation and ramp */ + /* create deviation and ramp */ amps->fsk_deviation = (!tacs) ? AMPS_FSK_DEVIATION : TACS_FSK_DEVIATION; dsp_init_ramp(amps); @@ -508,7 +508,7 @@ static void fsk_rx_bit(amps_t *amps, sample_t *spl, int len, int pos, int begin, int bit; double max = 0, min = 0; - /* decode one bit. substact the first half from the second half. + /* decode one bit. subtract the first half from the second half. * the result shows the direction of the bit change: 1 == positive. */ pos -= begin; /* possible wrap is handled below */ |