from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of canceler.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as canceleer.
- n. See canceler.
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The race—to modernity—began with a hand-cranked canceller in 1875, then a device known as the "hamper-dumper."
The mic input lets you to play along with multi-effects, including a vocal canceller so you can sing along with your favorite bands.
In this sort of system, the correlated bits are actually the desired signals as opposed to the noise we want to reject in a radar application, for example, sort of a reverse of the canceller problem.
Assuming your primary signal (main-lobe from a directional antenna) is pointing at your desired signal, and each canceller element is omni-directional, the GSC actually steers nulls (spatially) towards sidelobe interferers.
The generalized sidelobe canceller is nothing more than the top-level description of a beamformer.
Posted Feb 15, 2006 at 12:57 PM | Permalink | Reply ian, you just described a generalized sidelobe canceller…
FWIW, a generalized sidelobe canceller is sort of the mother of all adaptive filtering schemes assuming multiple inputs.
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