three-pulse cascaded canceler

three-pulse cascaded canceler

[′thrē ¦pəls kas′kād·əd ′kan·slər]
(electronics)
A moving-target indicator technique in which two “two-pulse cancelers” are cascaded together; this improves the velocity response.
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