side-lobe cancellation

side-lobe cancellation

[′sīd ¦lōb ‚kan·sə′lā·shən]
(ordnance)
Jamming countermeasure technique which is designed to exclude or greatly reduce the strength of jamming signals introduced through the side or back lobes of a receiving system.
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Using intelligent arrays, these commercial and military systems demand accurate and fast array reconfiguration in order to achieve accurate target tracking, low power consumption and jamming suppression through side-lobe cancellation.