The trade-off of range vs. velocity ambiguity is fundamental and operationally significant for many S- and C-band pulsed Doppler weather radars. Transmission schemes using multiple pulse repetition times (PRTs) (i.e., nonuniform pulse spacing) offer the potential for extending the unambiguous measurement range by resolving intervals of velocity ambiguity. Unfortunately, multiple PRT methods can be problematic with low-elevation scanning when ground clutter removal is required. We have constructed both Chebyshev and mean-squared error (MSE) desing algorithms (Choroboy, 1993) that deal with design in the complex domain; the MSE algorithms are described below.