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Doppler Effect An observer moves along the direction of propagation of the electromagnetic wave, with constant velocity v o . Because of its movement, the observer will detect phase planes of the wave at a different rate than in stationary position , as
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The observer detects an angular frequency The frequency deviation (Doppler shift) is If the observer moves on a different direction , one has to take into account the projection of the velocity along the wave propagation
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Unformatted text preview: direction. The Doppler shift becomes move fixed decreasing If the observer is stationary and the electromagnetic wave moves with uniform velocity, the true and the measured frequencies are related through the phase relationship Move Fixed The frequency recorded by the observer is In most practical cases, the velocity of the source is much smaller than the phase velocity of the wave increase...
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