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automatic gain control (AGC),
a feature of some hearing aids that reduces amplification at high-input intensity levels.
au·to·mat·ic gain con·trol (AGC) (aw'tō-mat'ik gān kŏn-trōl')
A feature of some hearing aids that reduces amplification at high-input intensity levels.
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5 pA/rtHz -- 400 ohm differential input impedance (No transformer required for photodiode interface) -- Single +5V supply -- 5 mm x 5 mm x 1 mm RoHS compliant surface mount package -- Pin-compatible with the ACA2601 RF amplifier -- Integrated AGC circuit
with 22 dB gain adjust.
Additionally, Circuit Envelope can be used to simulate quickly the start-up transients of an RF oscillator or to observe the transient response output of an RF AGC circuit
The new AGC circuits
were successfully tested last week in New York.