gain control

gain control

[′gān kən‚trōl]
(electronics)
A device for adjusting the gain of a system or component.
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You have no conception, dear, of what would follow were this pack of cutthroats to gain control of the Fuwalda.
In order to gain control of the online payments platform, China's major commercial property developer, Dalian Wanda Group,
Insurgents gain control over certain territories in Afghanistan, which may provoke destabilization of the situation in the Central Asian countries, Kyrgyzstan's Defense Council Secretary Busurmankul Tabaldiev said at the 8th meeting of Shanghai Cooperation Council Security Council Secretaries on April 29 in Bishkek.
Security source told NINA that gunmen attacked checkpoints on the roads between Tikrit-Dour, Tikrit-Alam district and Tikrit-Kirkuk they were able to gain control of ten of them after heavy fight in which machine guns and mortars are used.
Thousands of government troops are on the outskirts of the northern city, attempting to gain control of rebel strongholds.
According to the new poll of likely voters, 52 percent of respondents overall believe the Republican Party could gain control of the U.
We managed to reduce power consumption and chip surface area (two important parameters in designing integrated circuits) simultaneously with power loss by applying new circuit methods in automatic gain control systems.
Patrick set to gain control of turnpike authority board
IN their struggle to gain control over community-improvement funds, Sun Valley leaders are fighting for more than just some $200,000 a year.
Software company Microsoft Corp has warned computer users of three 'critical' security flaws in the company's Windows operating system, which could enable attackers to gain control of a computer.
Vodafone Group Plc has demonstrated that it has not forgiven being frustrated in its attempt to gain control of French mobile operator SFR SA, after it blocked an attempt by Vivendi Universal SA to convert the operator into a limited partnership.