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SdrDx Documentation -- Contents

    1 - Introduction — Page 1
        1.1 - About your Author — Page 1
        1.2 - About the Documentation — Page 2
        1.3 - About the Software — Page 2
            1.3.1 - Operating System Compatibility — Page 2
            1.3.2 - Application History and Miscellany — Page 2
            1.3.3 - End-User Ownership Policy — Page 2
        1.4 - Additional Credits — Page 2
        1.5 - Reading Guide — Page 3
            1.5.1 - Keyboard Navigation of This Document — Page 3
            1.5.2 - Conventions — Page 3
                1.5.2.1 - General — Page 3
                1.5.2.2 - Locating Controls — Page 3
                1.5.2.3 - Keystrokes — Page 3
            1.5.3 - Application Colors — Page 3
            1.5.4 - Cryptic Labels — Page 3
        1.6 - Feature List — Page 4
    2 - SdrDx Operational Requirements — Page 5
    3 - Getting Going — Page 6
        3.1 - Upgrades — Page 6
            3.1.1 - Where are my preferences? — Page 6
                3.1.1.1 - Under OSX Leopard (10.5) — Page 6
                3.1.1.2 - Under OSX Snow Leopard (10.6) — Page 6
                3.1.1.3 - Under OSX Lion (10.7) — Page 6
                3.1.1.4 - Under OSX Mountain Lion (10.8) — Page 6
                3.1.1.5 - Under OSX Mavericks (10.9) — Page 6
                3.1.1.6 - Under OSX Yosemite (10.10) — Page 6
                3.1.1.7 - Under OSX El Capitan (10.11) — Page 6
                3.1.1.8 - Under OSX Sierra (10.12) — Page 6
                3.1.1.9 - Under OSX High Sierra (10.13) — Page 6
                3.1.1.10 - Under Windows XP — Page 6
                3.1.1.11 - Under Windows Vista — Page 6
                3.1.1.12 - Under Windows 7 — Page 6
                3.1.1.13 - Under Windows 8 — Page 6
                3.1.1.14 - Under Windows 10 — Page 6
        3.2 - New Installs — Page 7
            3.2.1 - The RTL-SDR — Page 7
            3.2.2 - The Funcube — Page 7
            3.2.3 - Network-based SDR Startup — Page 7
                3.2.3.1 - If you have dual Ethernet ports on your computer — Page 7
                3.2.3.2 - SDR Setup Dialog — Page 7
            3.2.4 - USB-based SDR Startup — Page 7
        4.1 - SDR Frequency Error Correction — Page 8
            4.1.1 - Step-by-Step Procedure — Page 8
    5 - Operations — Page 9
        5.1 - Exiting the Software — Page 9
        5.2 - Advice for New Users — Page 9
        5.3 - Basic Tuning Steps — Page 9
        5.4 - Tuning -- the details — Page 10
        5.5 - Tuning Accuracy — Page 11
            5.5.1 - SDR-IQ, SDR-14 — Page 11
            5.5.2 - FUNcube Dongle — Page 11
            5.5.3 - Anything else — Page 11
        5.6 - Status Displays — Page 12
            5.6.1 - Top Display — Page 12
            5.6.2 - Middle Display — Page 12
            5.6.3 - Bottom Display — Page 12
        5.7 - Adjusting AGC — Page 13
            5.7.1 - AGC Presets — Page 13
            5.7.2 - Adjusting AGC needle trim — Page 13
        5.8 - Adjusting I/R — Page 13
        5.9 - Adjusting Squelch — Page 14
        5.10 - S-Meter — Page 15
            5.10.1 - VU Metering — Page 15
        5.11 - Signal Processing — Page 16
            5.11.1 - Auto Noise Floor — Page 16
            5.11.2 - Smooth Noise Floor — Page 16
            5.11.3 - Low Pass Filter — Page 16
            5.11.4 - High Pass Filter — Page 17
            5.11.5 - Noise Blanker — Page 18
            5.11.6 - Anti-Resonance — Page 19
            5.11.7 - Dynamic Noise Reduction — Page 20
            5.11.8 - Notch Filters — Page 21
                5.11.8.1 - Audio Mode — Page 21
                5.11.8.2 - RF Mode — Page 21
                5.11.8.3 - RF Notch Frequency Lock — Page 21
                5.11.8.4 - Keyboard Controls — Page 21
                5.11.8.5 - Using the AF Scope to Set Notches — Page 21
            5.11.9 - TDM/FDM Filter — Page 22
            5.11.10 - SSB DSP — Page 23
                5.11.10.1 - At noise floor or above? — Page 23
                5.11.10.2 - Automatic Adjustment — Page 23
                5.11.10.3 - Manual Adjustment — Page 23
                5.11.10.4 - Using -Ri with SSP — Page 23
        5.12 - Visual Signal Processing — Page 24
            5.12.1 - General — Page 24
            5.12.2 - Noise Blanker Display Options — Page 24
            5.12.3 - SBW - Spectrum Bandwidth — Page 24
            5.12.4 - TRI - Amplitude Triage — Page 24
            5.12.5 - SNF - Smooth Noise Floor — Page 24
            5.12.6 - FFT Resolution — Page 24
            5.12.7 - FFT Averaging Behaviors — Page 24
            5.12.8 - Waterfall Palettes — Page 24
                5.12.8.1 - Using Auto-Adjust Waterfall — Page 24
            5.12.9 - Combining Visual Noise Reduction Techniques — Page 24
        5.13 - Phasing and Noise Reduction — Page 25
            5.13.1 - General — Page 25
                5.13.1.1 - Controls — Page 25
                5.13.1.2 - Nulling out a signal manually — Page 25
                5.13.1.3 - Multipath effects on phasing — Page 25
                5.13.1.4 - Reducing signal jamming — Page 25
                5.13.1.5 - Other Uses — Page 25
                5.13.1.6 - I/Q Imbalance Between Channels — Page 25
        5.14 - Demodulator Setup — Page 26
            5.14.1 - Adjusting Bandwidth — Page 26
            5.14.2 - IF Shift — Page 26
            5.14.3 - Demodulator Mode Selection — Page 27
            5.14.4 - Demodulator Bandwidth Control — Page 27
            5.14.5 - Demodulator Carrier Offsets — Page 27
        5.15 - Listening Tips — Page 28
            5.15.1 - AM Carrier Interpretation — Page 28
            5.15.2 - Wideband FM — Page 28
                5.15.2.1 - Auto-Stereo and Forced Monophonic — Page 28
                5.15.2.2 - FM Stereo Reverse — Page 28
                5.15.2.3 - FM High-Blend — Page 28
                5.15.2.4 - SCA (Subsidiary Communications Authorization) Reception — Page 28
                5.15.2.5 - RDS (Radio Data System) Reception — Page 28
                5.15.2.6 - FM Broadcast Station Spacing — Page 28
                5.15.2.7 - Aux Scope Features in WFM mode — Page 28
            5.15.3 - SW Dx'ing — Page 28
            5.15.4 - Enhancing SW Reception with DX Toolbox — Page 28
            5.15.5 - AM broadcast band DX'ing — Page 28
                5.15.5.1 - C-QUAM AM Stereo — Page 28
            5.15.6 - Longwave BCB (153-270 KHz) and Euro MW BCB Reception — Page 28
            5.15.7 - CW reception — Page 28
            5.15.8 - SSB Reception — Page 28
                5.15.8.1 - Splatter — Page 28
            5.15.9 - FM Reception — Page 28
            5.15.10 - SW DRM - Digital Radio Mondial — Page 29
            5.15.11 - Monitoring radio IF outputs — Page 30
            5.15.12 - Digital Modes — Page 31
                5.15.12.1 - Carrier Point Readout — Page 31
                5.15.12.2 - Direct setting of carrier offset — Page 31
                5.15.12.3 - Direct setting of center offset — Page 31
                5.15.12.4 - RTTY, NAVTEX-B, and SITOR-B Reception — Page 31
                5.15.12.5 - Tuning PSK31 — Page 31
                5.15.12.6 - CW Reception — Page 31
                5.15.12.7 - SSTV and FAX reception — Page 31
                5.15.12.8 - DGPS - Differential GPS reception — Page 31
        5.16 - Memories — Page 32
            5.16.1 - Store and Recall — Page 32
            5.16.2 - Preset Amateur Bands — Page 32
            5.16.3 - More Memories — Page 32
            5.16.4 - Preset Time and SW Bands — Page 32
            5.16.5 - Saving and Loading Memory Sets — Page 32
            5.16.6 - Preset Zones — Page 32
            5.16.7 - Scanning — Page 33
        5.17 - Band-stacking VFO/Bands — Page 34
            5.17.1 - Basic use of the VFO bands — Page 34
                5.17.1.1 - Bandstacking — Page 34
                5.17.1.2 - Bandstack Registers - Multiple Bandstacking Registers per VFO — Page 34
            5.17.2 - How Independence Works — Page 34
            5.17.3 - Bandstack FIFOs — Page 34
            5.17.4 - Customizing a VFO — Page 34
            5.17.5 - Edit operation — Page 34
            5.17.6 - Copy To operation — Page 34
            5.17.7 - Paste From operation — Page 34
            5.17.8 - Swap With operation — Page 34
            5.17.9 - Reset — Page 34
            5.17.10 - Presets — Page 34
                5.17.10.1 - For one VFO — Page 34
                5.17.10.2 - For all VFOs — Page 34
            5.17.11 - Bandsets — Page 34
                5.17.11.1 - Saving a bandset — Page 34
                5.17.11.2 - Loading a bandset — Page 34
            5.17.12 - Cancel Dialog — Page 34
            5.17.13 - Error Correction — Page 34
            5.17.14 - Tracked and Trackable Settings — Page 34
        5.18 - Scope Controls — Page 35
            5.18.1 - Scope Modes — Page 35
                5.18.1.1 - SCP Mode — Page 35
                5.18.1.2 - X/Y Mode — Page 35
                5.18.1.3 - SPE Mode — Page 35
                5.18.1.4 - VEC Mode — Page 35
                5.18.1.5 - CAR Mode — Page 35
                5.18.1.6 - WTF Mode — Page 35
                5.18.1.7 - 3D Mode — Page 35
                5.18.1.8 - RF/t Mode — Page 35
            5.18.2 - Scope Options — Page 35
            5.18.3 - Scope Knob Controls — Page 35
            5.18.4 - Using Notches with the Scope — Page 36
            5.18.5 - Lightning distance with the Scope — Page 37
        5.19 - RF Waterfall — Page 38
            5.19.1 - About these displays — Page 38
            5.19.2 - Adjusting the Waterfall — Page 38
            5.19.3 - Time, Freq and BW Stamps — Page 38
            5.19.4 - Displaying the Demodulator on the Waterfall — Page 38
            5.19.5 - Saving the RF Waterfall — Page 39
            5.19.6 - RF and Audio Waterfall Palettes — Page 40
                5.19.6.1 - How C and I work with the RF Waterfall Palette — Page 40
                5.19.6.2 - Auto-load of RF Waterfall Palette — Page 40
                5.19.6.3 - Auto-load of Audio Waterfall Palette — Page 40
        5.20 - RF Signal Display — Page 41
            5.20.1 - Grid Spacing — Page 41
            5.20.2 - Graticule and Demodulator Appearance — Page 41
            5.20.3 - Spectrum Trace Waveform Color — Page 41
            5.20.4 - Spectrum Trace Waveform Fill Color — Page 41
            5.20.5 - Signal Amplitude and Baseline — Page 41
            5.20.6 - Spectrum amplitude relationship to S-Meter readings — Page 41
            5.20.7 - Band Indicators — Page 41
            5.20.8 - Peak Tracking — Page 41
            5.20.9 - Convenience markers — Page 41
        5.21 - I/Q Spikes, Reversal and I/Q Balancing (IQ) — Page 42
                5.21.0.1 - Reverse IQ, Reversed Sidebands, Reversed Tuning — Page 42
        5.22 - Overload — Page 43
        5.23 - Native Recording — Page 44
            5.23.1 - System Requirements and Limitations — Page 44
            5.23.2 - Setting up to Record — Page 44
            5.23.3 - While Recording — Page 44
            5.23.4 - Record File Format — Page 44
        5.24 - Timer System — Page 45
            5.24.1 - Recording Event Setup — Page 45
            5.24.2 - The Event List — Page 45
            5.24.3 - Cancelled Events — Page 45
            5.24.4 - Adding Events — Page 45
            5.24.5 - Renewing Events — Page 45
            5.24.6 - Changing Event Cancelled State — Page 45
            5.24.7 - Deleting Events — Page 45
            5.24.8 - Editing Events — Page 45
            5.24.9 - Other Controls — Page 45
        5.25 - Native Playback — Page 46
            5.25.1 - System Requirements — Page 46
            5.25.2 - Usage — Page 46
        5.26 - Audio IQ Playback — Page 47
            5.26.1 - System Requirements — Page 47
            5.26.2 - Usage — Page 47
        5.27 - Use with a Transmitter — Page 48
            5.27.1 - Transmit Squelch — Page 48
            5.27.2 - Latency — Page 48
        5.28 - Use with Up-Converters, or with IF monitoring — Page 49
        5.29 - Just Listening — Page 50
            5.29.1 - Disabling Display Processing — Page 50
            5.29.2 - Disabling the Clock — Page 50
            5.29.3 - Disabling the Meters — Page 50
            5.29.4 - Disabling the Aux Scope — Page 50
        5.30 - Standard Keystroke Commands — Page 51
            5.30.1 - Overview — Page 51
            5.30.2 - Key Modifiers — Page 51
            5.30.3 - Commands — Page 51
        5.31 - Keystroke Locking — Page 52
            5.31.1 - Overview — Page 52
            5.31.2 - Keystroke Locking Settings — Page 52
                5.31.2.1 - Button Only — Page 52
                5.31.2.2 - Key Sequence Unlocks — Page 52
                5.31.2.3 - Any Button Unlocks — Page 52
                5.31.2.4 - Lock Timer — Page 52
                5.31.2.5 - Locked Key Beep — Page 52
                5.31.2.6 - Exceptions — Page 52
                5.31.2.7 - Reset Key Locking Settings — Page 52
                5.31.2.8 - Cancel Key Lock Settings Dialog — Page 52
        5.32 - Keystroke Remapping — Page 53
            5.32.1 - General — Page 53
            5.32.2 - Remapping Dialog — Page 53
                5.32.2.1 - Window Close button — Page 53
                5.32.2.2 - Reset — Page 53
                5.32.2.3 - Make Default button — Page 53
                5.32.2.4 - Load button — Page 53
                5.32.2.5 - Save button — Page 53
                5.32.2.6 - Clear button — Page 53
                5.32.2.7 - Restore button — Page 53
                5.32.2.8 - Un-Assign button — Page 53
                5.32.2.9 - Keyclass checkboxes — Page 53
                5.32.2.10 - Key help text area — Page 53
                5.32.2.11 - Functions list — Page 53
                5.32.2.12 - Key Mappings list — Page 53
                5.32.2.13 - Mapping Instructions, steps 1 and 2 — Page 53
                5.32.2.14 - Keystroke Lock Exclusion — Page 53
                5.32.2.15 - Selected Function box — Page 53
                5.32.2.16 - Filter Box — Page 53
        5.33 - GUI Controls — Page 54
            5.33.1 - Sliders — Page 54
            5.33.2 - Knobs — Page 54
            5.33.3 - Buttons — Page 54
            5.33.4 - LEDs — Page 54
            5.33.5 - Other Controls — Page 54
        5.34 - SwDb — Page 55
            5.34.1 - Overview — Page 55
                5.34.1.1 - OS X Installation Details — Page 55
                5.34.1.2 - Windows Installation Details — Page 55
                5.34.1.3 - General — Page 55
            5.34.2 - SwDb Database Entry Addition Procedure — Page 55
            5.34.3 - GUI Reference — Page 55
                5.34.3.1 - Table — Page 55
                5.34.3.2 - Sort — Page 55
                5.34.3.3 - Load — Page 55
                5.34.3.4 - Save — Page 55
                5.34.3.5 - Del(ete) — Page 55
                5.34.3.6 - Add — Page 55
                5.34.3.7 - Go — Page 55
                5.34.3.8 - Pre — Page 55
                5.34.3.9 - Frequency — Page 55
                5.34.3.10 - Time — Page 55
                5.34.3.11 - SdrDx / DXTB Label — Page 55
                5.34.3.12 - Lang(guage) — Page 55
                5.34.3.13 - To — Page 55
                5.34.3.14 - From — Page 55
                5.34.3.15 - Mode — Page 55
                5.34.3.16 - TX Site — Page 55
                5.34.3.17 - Foreign — Page 55
                5.34.3.18 - Clear Checkbox — Page 55
                5.34.3.19 - Sort (After Saves) Checkbox — Page 55
                5.34.3.20 - Confirm (After Saves) Checkbox — Page 55
                5.34.3.21 - Preset Checkbox — Page 55
                5.34.3.22 - About the sdrdx-swbc-sked.txt File — Page 55
        5.35 - Griffen Powermate — Page 56
        5.36 - MIDI Control Surfaces — Page 57
            5.36.1 - Overview — Page 57
            5.36.2 - Official Requirements — Page 57
            5.36.3 - Limitations — Page 57
            5.36.4 - Compatability — Page 57
            5.36.5 - BCR2000 Setup — Page 57
            5.36.6 - Other Control Surface Setup — Page 57
            5.36.7 - SdrDx Device Setup — Page 57
            5.36.8 - SdrDx Learn Mode, Sliders and Dials — Page 57
            5.36.9 - SdrDx Learn Mode, Buttons — Page 57
            5.36.10 - SdrDx Learn Mode, Other Operations — Page 57
            5.36.11 - Recommended Control Surface — Page 57
            5.36.12 - Default Configuration — Page 57
                5.36.12.1 - Upper Row of Knobs — Page 57
                5.36.12.2 - 2nd Row of Knobs — Page 57
                5.36.12.3 - 3rd Row of Knobs — Page 57
                5.36.12.4 - Bottom Row of Knobs — Page 57
                5.36.12.5 - 1st Row of Buttons — Page 57
                5.36.12.6 - 2nd Row of Buttons — Page 57
                5.36.12.7 - Bottom Right group of Buttons — Page 57
    6 - Application and Device Support — Page 58
        6.1 - Routing Sound From SdrDx to Other Applications — Page 58
            6.1.1 - Under OS X — Page 58
            6.1.2 - Under Windows — Page 58
        6.2 - List of Applications — Page 58
        6.3 - To the Attention of Software Developers — Page 58
    7 - Interprocess Communication — Page 59
        7.1 - Invoking External Commands or Scripts — Page 59
        7.2 - TCP: Purpose — Page 59
        7.3 - UDP: Purpose — Page 59
        7.4 - SdrDx Broadcasts (reports to you)... — Page 59
            7.4.1 - Ping report — Page 59
            7.4.2 - Frequency report — Page 59
            7.4.3 - SDR Name — Page 59
            7.4.4 - Receive state report — Page 59
            7.4.5 - Reload Frequency Schedule advice — Page 59
            7.4.6 - Center Frequency report — Page 59
            7.4.7 - Demodulator Mode report — Page 59
            7.4.8 - Meter Data report — Page 59
            7.4.9 - dbm signal Data report — Page 59
            7.4.10 - Span Data report — Page 59
            7.4.11 - Demodulator high edge report — Page 59
            7.4.12 - Demodulator low edge report — Page 59
            7.4.13 - aud -- audio packet from SdrDx to you — Page 59
            7.4.14 - dbstep report — Page 59
            7.4.15 - maxdb report — Page 59
            7.4.16 - c report — Page 59
            7.4.17 - i report — Page 59
            7.4.18 - GMT Time report — Page 59
            7.4.19 - Log report (log button pressed) — Page 59
            7.4.20 - Program Termination report — Page 59
            7.4.21 - Spectrum Data report — Page 59
        7.5 - SdrDx Listens for... — Page 59
            7.5.1 - getsdr command — Page 59
            7.5.2 - pickbw command — Page 59
            7.5.3 - setmcres command — Page 59
            7.5.4 - exit command — Page 59
            7.5.5 - locallabels command — Page 59
            7.5.6 - xposition command — Page 59
            7.5.7 - yposition command — Page 59
            7.5.8 - textline command — Page 59
            7.5.9 - close command — Page 59
            7.5.10 - getsrate command — Page 59
            7.5.11 - pingdxtb command — Page 59
            7.5.12 - screencap command — Page 59
            7.5.13 - getband command — Page 59
            7.5.14 - demodcap command — Page 59
            7.5.15 - scopecap command — Page 59
            7.5.16 - metercap command — Page 59
            7.5.17 - demodcopy command — Page 59
            7.5.18 - scopecopy command — Page 59
            7.5.19 - screencopy command — Page 59
            7.5.20 - metercopy command — Page 59
            7.5.21 - frontself command — Page 59
            7.5.22 - dbstepq command — Page 59
            7.5.23 - maxdbq command — Page 59
            7.5.24 - cq command — Page 59
            7.5.25 - audiorq command — Page 59
            7.5.26 - iq command — Page 59
            7.5.27 - setc command — Page 59
            7.5.28 - seti command — Page 59
            7.5.29 - keyfunc command — Page 59
            7.5.30 - freq Command — Page 59
            7.5.31 - ofreq Command — Page 59
            7.5.32 - setfoff command — Page 59
            7.5.33 - dfreq command — Page 59
            7.5.34 - rxq command — Page 59
            7.5.35 - center command — Page 59
            7.5.36 - setspan command — Page 59
            7.5.37 - sspan command — Page 59
            7.5.38 - demodh command — Page 59
            7.5.39 - demodl command — Page 59
            7.5.40 - setdh command — Page 59
            7.5.41 - setdl command — Page 59
            7.5.42 - mode command — Page 59
            7.5.43 - scamode command — Page 59
            7.5.44 - setdbstep command — Page 59
            7.5.45 - setmaxdb command — Page 59
            7.5.46 - setsdrrfgain command — Page 59
            7.5.47 - setsdrifgain command — Page 59
            7.5.48 - run command — Page 59
            7.5.49 - addmarker command — Page 59
            7.5.50 - clearmarkers command — Page 59
            7.5.51 - fcd command — Page 59
            7.5.52 - record command — Page 59
            7.5.53 - label IPC command — Page 59
            7.5.54 - Managing Band Indicators — Page 59
                7.5.54.1 - resetbands command — Page 59
                7.5.54.2 - makebands command — Page 59
                7.5.54.3 - updateplot command — Page 59
                7.5.54.4 - restorebands command — Page 59
            7.5.55 - mute command — Page 59
            7.5.56 - rmute command — Page 59
            7.5.57 - gimme command — Page 59
            7.5.58 - savewaterfall command — Page 59
            7.5.59 - ams command — Page 59
            7.5.60 - sethpf command — Page 59
            7.5.61 - setlpf command — Page 59
            7.5.62 - hpf command — Page 59
            7.5.63 - fil command — Page 59
            7.5.64 - pek command — Page 59
            7.5.65 - lsq command — Page 59
            7.5.66 - f50 command — Page 59
            7.5.67 - f60 command — Page 59
            7.5.68 - tdm command — Page 59
            7.5.69 - ring command — Page 59
            7.5.70 - blanker command — Page 59
            7.5.71 - txs command — Page 59
            7.5.72 - dnr command — Page 59
            7.5.73 - volume command — Page 59
            7.5.74 - gmt command — Page 59
            7.5.75 - meter command — Page 59
            7.5.76 - decay command — Page 59
            7.5.77 - rfgain command — Page 59
            7.5.78 - txsquelch command — Page 59
            7.5.79 - squelch command — Page 59
            7.5.80 - setgrid command — Page 59
            7.5.81 - poll command — Page 59
        7.6 - Sample Python UDP Client — Page 59
        7.7 - Sample Python UDP Commander — Page 59
        7.8 - Sample Python TCP client (integrated) — Page 59
        7.9 - RealBasic UDP — Page 59
        7.10 - General Purpose TCP Commands — Page 59
    8 - Design Notes — Page 60
    9 - Easter Eggs — Page 61
    10 - Changes — Page 62
        10.1 - SdrDx Series 2 — Page 62
        10.2 - SdrDx Series 1 — Page 62
        10.3 - CuteSDR — Page 62
        10.4 - VFO Suite Series 1 — Page 62
    11 - Files — Page 97
        11.1 - Under OS X — Page 97
        11.2 - Under Windows XP — Page 97
        11.3 - Under Both Windows and OS X — Page 97
    12 - Troubleshooting — Page 98
    13 - Glossary — Page 99
    14 - Specifications — Page 100
    15 - Notices — Page 101
        15.1 - Moe's CuteSDR Notice — Page 101
        15.2 - Ben's SdrDx Notice — Page 101
        15.3 - Privacy -- Please Read — Page 101
            15.3.1 - Notification of Available Upgrade — Page 101
            15.3.2 - Statistics Gathering — Page 101
                15.3.2.1 - But on the other hand... — Page 101
            15.3.3 - Longevity and Resilience — Page 101



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