Mechanics / Electrodynamics
Ritz ballistic theory (BTR), c' = c + V, GPS, Ritz theory, De Sitter, Gutnik and Freundlich, Barr effect, Fox, re-emission of light, Brecher, Venus radar tests, Pioneer-10, -11, pulsars, busters, quasars, radio galaxies, Mössbauer effect
Semikov_Light Frequency Conversion[trans]_25Sep(2014)1-10.pdf
REPORT: At the 4th All-Russian conference "Radio-electronic means Conference
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
One of the methods for converting the frequency of light is based on imparting motion to a source or charged particles re-emitting light [1, 2]. In this case, to change the frequency of light by times or orders of magnitude, the Doppler effect is usually used, which in the framework of the special theory of relativity (SRT) requires speeds V of the order of the speed of light c, that is, the use of powerful accelerators of charged particles [2, p. 171]. On the contrary, within the framework of the Ritz ballistic theory (BTR), the frequency of light can be effectively converted even at relatively low velocities of sources and re-emitting media.