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Re: [BCD396XT] Re: analog vs digital

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  • MCH
    But the sensitivity within any given band will be the same, and if a signal is strong enough to decode digital, it s strong enough to understand analog. Joe M.
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 16, 2009
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      But the sensitivity within any given band will be the same, and if a
      signal is strong enough to decode digital, it's strong enough to
      understand analog.

      Joe M.

      CL wrote:
      > --- In BCD396XT@yahoogroups.com, "James" <jburgess1974@...> wrote:
      >> I currently have the BCD396T scanner and hoping to get the BCD396XT scanner for christmas and was wondering what peoples opinion was regarding the signal from a digital signal and analog signal. I noticed my 396T seems not to do very well with the analog and works better with digital. Does this seem true with the 396XT or not?
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      > Digital signals are easier to filter and manipulate. Easier to eliminate unwanted sounds. Also it could be they had different engineers working on the analog portion vs. the digital portion. Often development is split into different parts and not always operated on by people of equal skill.
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