When you have a listener and a source, and when one of the two move relative to the other, the frequency perceived by the listener will be different. Example: If the listener travels toward the ...
I have a 'thought experiment' which I'd like to ask about. I was thinking what speed I would have to drive towards a crossing to see a red light as a green light - pretty easy, using the doppler ...
I have an electrodynamics -course that contains doupler -effect but unfortunately with little explanations. Is it the same thing as the classical doppler effect for example with sound, more here, or ...