AGC/ASC Design (1978)

By Bert Arnold, RCA/Community Television Systems

A unique AGC/ASC design which is capable of being cascaded in every amplifier in a CATV system without the problems associated with conventional AGC/ASC design is discussed. A conventional AGC/ASC design is compared to the new design by use of block diagrams and each function of the AGC/ASC is discussed. Finally, the measured results of the cascade performance is given.

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