see Gain, Unity.
A circuit or system that has its voltage gain adjusted to be one, or unity. A signal will leave a unity gain circuit at the same level at which it entered. In Mackie mixers, unity gain is achieved by setting all variable controls to the marked "" setting. Mackie mixers are optimized for best headroom and noise figures at unity gain.
Unity Gain, is the position on a Gain or Volume control or Fader, where the control is niether cutting or boosting the sound.....The level before the amp is equal to the level after the amp.
In broadband networks, the balance between signal loss and signal gain through amplifiers.
A device or setting which does not change signal level, neither amplifying nor attenuating the signal, is said to be at "unity gain". Many processors are set up for unity gain; that is, they can be plugged into a system without changing its overall levels. In practice, unity gain is often a desired setting for maintaining gain staging, and for optimizing operating levels and signal to noise ratios.
When the signal level at the output of an amplifier or device is equal to the original input signal strength.
A design philosophy where the loss of the cable and other passive devices before an amplifier station equal the gain of the amplifier station
No increase or decrease in signal strength at the output of an amplifier or device compared to the signal strength at the input.
Output that equals the input. Unity gain screen material reflects as much light as the reference material. Has an even dispersion of light.
A circuit with unity gain will not increase or decrease the volume level.
A concept in which all the amplifiers in a cascade are in balance with their power inputs and outputs. Unity gain can be achieved by adjusting the receiver output, either by padding or attenuation in the node, to the proper level determined by the RF input. UTP cabling (Unshielded Twisted Pair)
A gain that is times one (x1), in other words no change. Equally, what comes in goes out at the same level. - Category: Manufacture of Gear