lead compensation

lead compensation

[′lēd ‚käm·pən′sā·shən]
(control systems)
A type of feedback compensation primarily employed for stabilization or for improving a system's transient response; it is generally characterized by a series compensation transfer function of the type where z <>p and K is a constant.
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