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Revision to Reducing Stand-Still Noise

Manuel Coenen

but your mileage may vary so feel free to try any combination you want.
-Using the chopconf-generator from above and a small batch script can provide a list of all possible combinations and will make sure that only valid combinations are created.
+RRF < 2.02: Using the chopconf-generator from above and a small batch script can provide a list of all possible combinations and will make sure that only valid combinations are created.
-=== Future Development ===
+RRF >= 2.02: You can use the new ``M569 Ynn:nn:nn`` parameter to tune these values. The first number is ``HSTRT``, the second is ``HEND``. The third number is optional and is to set ``HDEC``. Note that this value has to be given as 0..3 corresponding to 16, 32, 48 and 64 respectively.
-As a result of ``TOFF`` being a major factor of stand-still noise a future version of RRF will have a separate parameter for (most probably) ``M569`` command to only adjust the value of ``TOFF`` without having to deal with hard-to-read bitmasks.
+==== ``TBL`` ====
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+Blanking time can be set via ``M569 Bnn`` and takes the value 0..3 corresponding to 16, 24, 36 and 54 respectively.
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+=== RRF 2.02 ===
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+As a result of ``TOFF`` being a major factor of stand-still noise RRF 2.02 introduced a separate parameter ``Fnn`` for ``M569`` command to only adjust the value of ``TOFF`` without having to deal with hard-to-read bitmasks.
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