Transducer Gain

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Transducer Gain

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The ratio of the power that a transducer delivers to a specified load under specified operating conditions to the available power of a specified source. If the input and/or output power consist of more than one component, such as multifrequency signal or noise, then the particular components used and their weighting must be specified. This gain is usually expressed in decibels. </dd>

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This article is based on NASA's Dictionary of Technical Terms for Aerospace Use