For simplicity, let's say that an electron is moving through an antenna and producing electromagnetic waves as it travels. To the extent of my knowledge, these waves are produced by the movement of the electron in the antenna's electromagnetic field (please correct me if I am wrong!). Now, let's say that you are the size of an electron and you are moving with the same velocity as the electron in the antenna. According to your reference frame, the electron is stationary, but would it still produce waves? If so, why?
Thank you in advance, and I apologize if I've overlooked an obvious answer! :)