echo pulse

echo pulse

[′ek·ō ‚pəls]
(electronics)
A pulse of radio energy received at the radar after reflection from a target; that is, the target signal of a pulse radar.

echo pulse

A pulse of radio energy received at the radar after reflection from a target—that is, the target signal of a pulse radar.
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