Definitions for "Automatic Gain Control"
The ability of a beam smoke detector to compensate for light signal degradation due to dust or dirt. Rate of compensation is limited to insure that the detector is still sensitive to slow, smouldering fires.
Camcorder circuitry that adjusts incoming audio levels automatically, alleviating excessive image brightness and distortion of loud sounds.
A circuit that automatically governs the gain of an amplifier so that the output signal level remains essentially constant (even if there are varying input signal levels).
A process for increasing the amplitude of a trace with time, thus making all events on the trace appear to be of approximately the same amplitude. Note that this process will expand the amplitudes even if no data are present. Various window lengths are used; the appearance of the data may be greatly affected by the window used in the calculation.
Keywords:  quality, video, low, adjusts, light
Automatically adjusts the video quality in low light condition.
Keywords:  configuration, file, see
See AG configuration file.