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 resources:tools-software:sigmastudio:toolbox:basicdsp:lineargain [14 Nov 2012 21:52] – Fixed Target Slew Ram broken link William Jahn resources:tools-software:sigmastudio:toolbox:basicdsp:lineargain [11 Nov 2015 15:42] (current) – Added descriptions of what certain values will do. David Thibodeau Both sides previous revisionPrevious revision11 Nov 2015 15:42 David Thibodeau Added descriptions of what certain values will do. 14 Nov 2012 21:52 William Jahn Fixed Target Slew Ram broken link14 Nov 2012 20:02 William Jahn Fixed Basic DSP examples boken link21 Jun 2012 20:22 William Jahn created 11 Nov 2015 15:42 David Thibodeau Added descriptions of what certain values will do. 14 Nov 2012 21:52 William Jahn Fixed Target Slew Ram broken link14 Nov 2012 20:02 William Jahn Fixed Basic DSP examples boken link21 Jun 2012 20:22 William Jahn created Line 17: Line 17: For a sample design using this block, see the [[resources/tools-software/sigmastudio/tutorials/basicdspexamples|Basic DSP]] example. For a sample design using this block, see the [[resources/tools-software/sigmastudio/tutorials/basicdspexamples|Basic DSP]] example. - The value you specify is in 5.23 format (5 bits for the integer, 23 for the decimal). The accepted values for this block are therefore in the range: -16 - 15.999. + The value you specify is in 5.23 format (5 bits for the integer, 23 for the decimal). The accepted values for this block are therefore in the range: -16 to 15.999. + + This is the multiplication factor so therefore a value of "1" will not change the gain at all. + The value of "0" will multiply by zero so it will mute the audio. + The value of 2 will double the signal level  (Add 6dB) + Values less than 1 but greater than zero, 0
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