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Field Strength Magnetic Field Strength Loop System Assistive Technology Automatic Gain Control 
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References and Further Reading

Further Reading Books

  1. Bird, J., 2001. Electrical Circuit Theory and Technology, 2nd edition. Newnes Book Publishers.Google Scholar
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Technical Papers

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