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Number: 342/392
Name: Communications: directive radio wave systems and devices (e.g., radar, radio navigation) > Directive > Beacon or receiver > With transmisson of bearing or position determinative signals > Iso-chronic type > With automatic gain control
Description: Subject matter including means to regulate by automatically equalizing or otherwise compensating for differences in the received signal strength in the navigation receiver.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7603081 Radiotelephones and operating methods that use a single radio frequency chain and a single baseband processor for space-based and terrestrial communications Oct. 13, 2009
7475273 Hybrid parallel/serial bus interface Jan. 6, 2009
7426250 Automatic gain controller and controlling method thereof Sep. 16, 2008

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