Automatic gain control
Schelling, Robert Ayres
Frey, Austin R.
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The purpose of this thesis is to present the subject of automatic gain control as completely and concisely as practicable. It has been observed that most text and reference books dismiss the subject with a very few pages of description and circuit diagrams. Sturley (8) is an exception to this. Most papers written on the subject cover some particular phase quite completely, yet they confine themselves to that phase. It has been attempted here to cover the general subject from as many different aspects as has been considered necessary to give a complete picture. Primarily, it is intended to point out that certain problems are encountered in designing a satisfactory AGO circuit, and that the solutions usually lie in the form of compromise, as is the case in so many electronic circuits. It is hoped that this thesis will provide a groundwork of understanding of the subject of automatic gain control.
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