KLT of radio signals from relativistic spaceships in arbitrary motion
In three papers [1–3] the present author applied the concept of time-rescaled Brownian motion to aspects of relativistic interstellar flight ranging from communication theory to genetics. The content of the present chapter was fully published in paper form in .
KeywordsBrownian Motion Bessel Function Asymptotic Approximation Radio Signal Instantaneous Energy
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