Will this AGC controls the gain of an equipment gradually when input amplitude signal increases
To minimize the effects of sudden changes in signal strength.
The disadvantage of automatic gain control, attenuating even the weak signal, is overcome by the use of delayed automatic gain control (dagc).
Reciprocal circuit elements are those elements/circuits in which power loss/gain is same at both nodes/ends.In these types of circuits we can check the circuit or connect it in any way.
The signal is changed to dc in the AGC circuit to change the gain. A weak signal will increase gain.
In some circumstances a filament bulb is used as a variable resistor. As the filament heats up, its resistance increases. This effect is used in some automatic gain control circuits; as the signal level increases, the changing resistance of the bulb can modify the feedback level in order to hold the level constant.
gain of the system decreases.....
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Negative modulation means for maximum luminance zero carrier power is transmitted. This helped in reducing impulsive noise which produced spots on screen and also synchronizing pulse has maximum carrier power so its is relatively easy for AGC (Automatic Gain Control) to pick it up and provide constant voltage output to drive rest of the TV circuits.
Gain control is usually the controlling of the sound levels. whether this is individual to a single channel or a master gain control. This will let you control the amount of the sound that is given out from your dj mixer.
feedback that reduces gain to help stabilize amplifier operation. gain is easy and cheap to get, stability isn't. its a tradeoff. so amplifier is deliberately designed with much more gain than needed and negative feedback sacrifices some of that gain to stabilize it.