HOW DO SIGNALS TRAVEL IN (c+v)(c-v) MATHEMATICS?
It is quite explanatory and it provides convenience to show signals as sine waves in the animations. Therefore, I showed the communication signals as sine waves here as well. As can be seen in the animation, a signal tower sends signals to a plane.
Let’s first keep in mind that signals travel inside the plane’s field. Each point of the sine wave that sets out moves in a straight direction towards its arrival target completely independently of the other parts of the sine wave. The entirety of these points that are broadcast one after another and form the sine wave forms the Signal Path and gives it a peculiar shape. The fact that the Signal Path is comprised of parts which are in motion and independent of each other and that signals travel inside fields make the Signal Path sensitive to the movement of its arrival target and cause the Signal Path to have a dynamic structure that changes from moment to moment.
The red points on the signal show the points corresponding to 0 and 180 degrees while the sine wave is being generated. In the animation, only the lines that belong to these points are shown. However, although not shown in the animation, each point on the signal has its own line and each point follows its own line and reaches its target.
The red line on the signal tower shows that the signal tower broadcasts by following the plane. Its task is to ensure the sine wave is broadcast without deformation by changing its slope according to the position of the plane.
In the animation, you can drag the Signal Tower, the Plane, and the Pink Point wherever you like and analyze how the signals move in different situations.
The Pink Point determines the route than the plane will follow.
Numeric Stepper sets the speed of the plane. You can set the speed of the plane between 0 and 1 however you like. The value 1 is the speed of light.
The zoom function: You can see the details of the sine wave that is broadcast from the Signal Tower by using the slider bar.
As soon as you click on the Play button, the Signal Tower will start sending its signals.