## Automatic Amplitude Regulator

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The automatic amplitude regulator is designed due to the constant innovations in telecommunications. Currently an information carrier signal is transmitted with a constant amplitude which ensures that between the sender and receiver there is a good interaction, but nevertheless the noise at which the signal is exposed in the transmission process is known as thermal noise (dependent on the temperature of the channel). The amplitude regulator consist in obtaining a reading of the sensation ends from a terminated region (channel) through an automatic process to calculate the noise present in the transition process. Because this parameter (noise) is random and depends directly on the temperature, to later calculate the amplitude (energy level) that the signal needs to be transmitted without any interference at any time of the day.

Step 1: Get the thermal sensation through the satellite.
Step 2: Calculate the noise presented by the communication channel at any time of the day.
Step 3: Compare the data obtained from the noise calculation to the amplitude needed so that the noise does not cause interference.
Step 4: Set the transmission amplitude (power level "power").
Step 5: Adjust the power of the signal on the transmitter.
Step 6: Analyze the gains between the two or various points in which communication occurs.

It should be noted that the most objective advantages for this research project have two main branches which are:

1: Due to the constant amplitude regulation of the signal during the transmission process it ensures that it reaches its destination safely and without interference produced by the thermal noise present in the channel. It will not present an error in the transmitted bit packets which ensures that the process at any instant of the day is safe, this product of the constant temperature feed in the regular automatic amplitude.
2: on the other hand, when the amplitude (the required power of transmission) is regulated, the operating cost from a low energy point of view; This is because the temperature at night is lower which implies that the noise is lower (it takes less power to transmit), a high percentage reduces the energy cost needed by the transmission process.

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• Name:
Ildemaro Medina
• Type of entry:
individual
• Profession:
Student
• Ildemaro is inspired by:
Constant innovation in the area of transition to improve telecommunications.Regardless of the limitations I have as a scientist (Physical)
Physica and student of electronic engineering mentioned: telecommunications.
• Software used for this entry:
matlab and origin
• Patent status:
none