Characterisation of Low Frequency Gravitational Waves from Dual RF Coaxial-Cable Detector: Fractal Textured Dynamical 3-Space

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Cahill, Reginald T.; (2012)
  • Publisher: HEXIS (Arizona)
  • Journal: Progress in Physics (issn: 1555-5534, eissn: 1555-5615)
  • Subject: Physics | Physics - General Physics | QC1-999
    arxiv: Physics::Instrumentation and Detectors

Experiments have revealed that the Fresnel drag effect is not present in RF coaxial cables, contrary to a previous report. This enables a very sensitive, robust and compact detector, that is 1st order in v / c and using one clock, to detect th... View more
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