gain reduction

gain reduction

[′gān ri‚dək·shən]
(electronics)
Diminution of the output of an amplifier, usually achieved by reducing the drive from feed lines by use of equalizer pads or reducing amplification by a volume control.
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Although Ca2+ modulates virtually every step of the phototransductive cascade, key targets are the channels themselves, leading to: (i) amplification by positive feedback during the rising phase of quantum bumps, (ii) gain reduction by negative feedback during quantum bump termination and during light adaptation.
The HR-MCP2 is a half-rack dual channel (stereo or dual mono) professional compressor capable of 25 dB gain reduction at mic level or with a pre-amplified line-level output.
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Delivered with a fat-enriched meal, it showed a weight gain reduction of 22% compared with the control group (p=0.
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Although a gain reduction mechanism similar to our section 93 deemed dividend election would likely be acceptable, a complete exemption may not be.
The combination of gain reduction and internal power dissipation results in a stable maximum junction temperature of approximately 140 xC.
WindGuard works by applying enough gain reduction in the frequency bands where wind is detected to provide listening comfort without disrupting the gain levels of the frequency bands that are unaffected by wind.
Both devices offer a selectable gain bypass mode with a gain reduction step of 21.
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Many do not have the confidence to actually sign a contract and will use every trick in the book to gain reductions in the price close to exchange of contracts.
We assume that the Kyoto process has been strategically limited by the failure to gain reductions from such important players as the US and the developing world.