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re: Audio transport yields mixed success
ReneCardenas   9/30/2011 6:28:22 PM
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Good article, and comes as no surprize that anything that has to be procured with more than a simple purchase order. It is bound to cost many fold higher do to procurement burden and other unrealted costs. My final anaylsis is the success of 16/24 (2/3)working audio channels would get a failing grade in the consumer world. But a pad on the back for effort.

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re: Audio transport yields mixed success
old account Frank Eory   9/23/2011 12:37:22 AM
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Nevermind horrible audio quality, my big takeaway from this article is "wow, no wonder things cost so much when the government is the customer!"

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Guru of Grounding   9/23/2011 12:19:10 AM
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6-bit linear coded audio? Ouch! I hope this was only for cockpit voices or something equally un-demanding.



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