Explain Fading and AGC

Fading is a continual variation of signal amplitude experienced at the input of a receiver. AGC is a negative feedback given from the detector stage of the receiver to the input R.F. Amplifier by automatically adjusting the Gain of the input R.F. Amplifier to a fixed level, AGC keeps the output of the receiver constant no matter how the incoming signal varies.

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