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A review of automatic gain control theory

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The paper presents the general theory of automatic gain control (a.g.c). It includes discussions on loop gain, regulation and the relation between loop parameters and output level stability. An equivalent circuit is derived which is used in the study of dynamic behaviour. The work is extended to cover sampled data a.g.c. systems and design guidelines are derived for a variety of situations.

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Radio and Electronic Engineer  (Volume:51 ,  Issue: 11.12 )

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November-December 1981

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