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In all systems there are components which attenuate some frequencies to a greater extent than others, and attenuation equalizers are usually required to correct the overall gain-frequency characteristic. This paper will deal with the types of attenuation equalizer that are found most useful, the performance that they display, and a chart method of computing their insertion loss.
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