Doppler principles (TEFC)

United States

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Uses animation to present the phenomenon of the Doppler effect. Explains the effects on a transmitted wave when it encounters a moving object or when the transmitter itself is moving. Also explains the Doppler effect when the target is moving at various angles to the transmitter.

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Air Training Command

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