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Hunspell is a collection of tools and libraries for writing and using a morphological analyzer and spelling checker.
It is the most widely used open source spell checker and morphological analyzer.

Contains a morphological analyzer/compounder for over 90 languages, including English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Greek, and many more.
Allows morphological analysis of multiple languages by parsing multiple language dictionaries and offering a choice of languages to be analyzed.
Uses a simple grammar to match tokens to their closest match in a dictionary, so it is much faster than general-purpose lemmatizers.
Supports complex multilingual morphologies.
Provides a spell checker for many languages.
Allows for multilingual dictionaries and spelling corrections to be edited by users.
Supports many Unicode characters and word boundaries, including non-Unicode character ranges (multi-byte and multibyte characters).

Version History:

Maintenance & Development of Hunspell:

Search the hunspell repository for a list of recent changes.

Additions to Hunspell:

Completely rewrote the wordlist reader for the Hunspell library,
including a new algorithm for reading and saving the original wordlists used to generate a list of all wordlists in a language.
Hunspell now includes the original source code for creating a wordlist reader,
so you can easily contribute to the project by writing your own wordlist reader.

Added the ability to report a new found unknown word.

Hunspell now includes the full list of correct spellings in a document for a given misspelled word.
When this list is included in a document with a spelling error,
it is now possible for a user to correct the misspelled word in any language supported by Hunspell.
(Also, this feature depends on Hunspell’s ability to create a list of all correct spellings in a document.)
This feature is currently in beta testing.

Added the ability to report a new correct spelling.

Added the ability to save a dictionary and apply it to a specific Hunspell library.

Added support for Unicode characters.

Added the ability to define a character encoding.

Added support for double byte characters.

Added the ability to report a new found unknown word.

Added support for extended grapheme clusters.

Added the 00b4fdf01c

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– Compatible with Windows XP, Vista and 7.
– Ability to use as a GUI alternative to the console command ‘copy’.
– The file ‘copy’ is also used by JPGRAR to perform the steganography operation.
– It supports drag and drop so you can simply drag and drop the files you want to combine together.
– Several other file types can be used for steganography with JPGRAR.1. Field of the Invention
This invention relates to a calibration circuit and a receiver using the same, and more particularly to a calibration circuit having improved radio frequency (RF) characteristics of a quadrature mixer and a receiver using the same.
2. Description of the Related Art
Various types of calibration circuits that are designed to prevent gain deviations of an amplifying circuit from being exhibited as in a radio frequency (RF) circuit have been proposed.
A typical example of such a circuit will be explained.
FIG. 1 is a diagram illustrating a structure of a typical example of a receiver, which is a superheterodyne receiver. A reference signal having a frequency f is converted to an intermediate frequency (IF) signal, which is amplified by a first amplifier 2, and is then mixed with a received signal by a mixer 3. A reference signal having the frequency f is supplied to a voltage controlled oscillator 4, which produces a reference signal. The reference signal is supplied to the mixer 3. The mixer 3 mixes the reference signal having the frequency f and the received signal having the frequency f with each other. A second amplifier 5 amplifies the mixing output of the mixer 3. A third amplifier 6 amplifies the second-amplified output of the second amplifier 5. The third amplified output is input to a band pass filter 7. A demodulation unit 8 demodulates a received signal that is passed through the band pass filter 7.
Gain deviations of the amplifiers 2, 5, 6, the mixer 3, and the band pass filter 7 in the structure described above can be eliminated using the calibration circuit 10.
The calibration circuit 10 is connected to the mixer 3 and the second amplifier 5. The calibration circuit 10 controls the third amplifier 6 to have a gain that is the same as a gain of the mixer 3 to compensate for the gain deviations.
The calibration circuit 10 includes an RF terminal 11 to which a reference signal having the frequency f is supplied, an IF terminal 12 to which the output of the mixer 3 is supplied, a control terminal


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