(term) Squelch

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    A receiver circuit designed to mute the audio output when the received signal is too weak to provide acceptable audio or, in some cases, when the wrong signal is being received.
    (See Noise Squelch, Signal Level Squelch, Tone Coded Squelch)
     
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