multipath cancellation

multipath cancellation

[′məl·tə‚path ‚kan·sə′lā·shən]
(communications)
Occurrence of essentially complete cancellation of radio signals because of the relative amplitude and phase differences of the components arriving over separate paths.
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The performance is due not to energy concentration but instead to a reduction in the off-axis dispersion that reduces multipath cancellation effects.
The significance of this multipath cancellation is related to the different ways that the instantaneous frequency measurement (IFM) receiver responds to a multipath situation.
Once this is achieved, truly adaptive signal processing functions such as chanell equalization, multipath cancellation, and automatic interference suppression may be performed.