DYNAMIC ASPECT OF ERRORS IN RADIO NAVIGATION SYSTEMS PARTICULARLY IN CASES OF FAST MOVING RECEIVERS OR TRANSMITTERS

H. Busignies

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Abstract: In free space the relative movement of a radio transmitter and a radio receiver, makes the latter observe a different frequency from that transmitted, (formula goes here) according to the simple law of the Doppler effect, where c is the speed of light and V the relative speed approaching or receding. all surrounding space, but in order to remain practically useful, let us consider that reflections will be due to the earth surface and its variations, for the purpose of this paper.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 3, Number 1&2
Pages: 60 - 62
Cite this article: Busignies, H., "DYNAMIC ASPECT OF ERRORS IN RADIO NAVIGATION SYSTEMS PARTICULARLY IN CASES OF FAST MOVING RECEIVERS OR TRANSMITTERS", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 3, No. 1&2, 1951, pp. 60-62.
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