White Paper 2020:
Lab test inprogress (
pdf)
NAECON 2019 July 17:
presentation (20 frames)
paper
preprint (8 pages)
github:
graphs
JPL:
data source
Illustrating the lag in mathematical physics:

A novel description and mathematical analysis of the Fractional Discrete Fourier Transform
arXiv:1909.13691 20191001
Independent formal proof that
Fourier and chirp transforms.
are rotations
between time and frequency domains,
as described
in the above papers.

Generalizing the inverse FFT off the unit circle
Nature Scientific Reports 20191008
Long overdue O(n log n) implementation of the inverse chirp transform.
(Not needed for chirp mode communication and ranging.)
Post NAECON:

Comment on "The Flyby Anomaly and the GravitationalMagnetic Field Induced FrameDragging Effect around the Earth"
arXiv:1911.05453 20191118
The kilometrescale 5σ radar residuals make relativistic notions like framedragging a bad idea.
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Chirp propagating modes
[below]
provide
a fundamental distinction
between
composite travelling waves
and their
spectral components.
They notably make
current quantum formalisms incomplete.
In any case,
quantization of energy (~amplitude)
must be causally independent of
properties of extent (~nonlocality),
so entanglement must be identically present
in the spectral components of classical fields.
Independent theoretical support is now emerging
(Brady2013
+
Brady2015;
Carroll2015;
Ghose2013)
even as
entanglement itself is being confirmed as real
(arxiv
nature).
A broader result completed
(
initial,
arXiv
)
is that
Einstein's 1905 relativity paper
already implies that
the Planck distribution is the classical
thermal spectral scatter of arbitrary wave trains,
complementing
his 1917 derivation,
that was in hindsight fully classical.

Editor's choice
paper
in
EPL
(arXiv)
presenting

detailed explanation of the
flyby anomaly;

correcting a 250 year old bug in the
basic theory of waves,
vindicating
d'Alembert over Euler;

chirp travelling wave solutions and modes,
isomorphic and orthogonal to the
traditionally assumed sinusoidal spectra;

and robust empirical evidence from
NASA, ESA and US STRATCOM's SSN radars
in the flyby anomaly
for the existence and properties of
the chirp modes.
The distinguishing property of
distance proportional spectral shifts
resembles
the
Hubble shifts,
but at receiverselected rates
independently of range.
It was anticipated for over 10 years
in patents
and in
peerreviewed conference papers
at
IEEE WCNC 2005,
MILCOM 2005
and
SPIE Optics+Photonics 2008:
Nature of Light II: Light in Nature.
The shifts imply time dilations
depending on receiver distances and frequency selection rates,
which also explains
how the same waveform is not seen by
identical receivers at different distances,
but required hard evidence for their reality,
and to clarify their physics.
This evidence lay in
the first paper
on the 1998 NEAR flyby and its anomaly,
but never brought up again by JPL.
The evidence testifies to the realizability of chirp modes
at subastronomical distances, on earth,
for

obsoleting
spectrum allocations and auctions
(also),
and multiplying channel capacities;

making communication inherently interferencefree
and satellites unjammable,
by enabling any radio or cellphone to select
a specific station or source
regardless of any number of other transmitters
on the same frequencies;

instant passive ranging of
satellites, aircraft, cars, rescue beacons, etc.,
without radar roundtrip delays or triangulation;
and

enabling a whole generation of
continuously tunable wavelengthtransformers
that could transform, for example,
visible LED light into terahertz or Xrays,
as anticpated in the conference papers above.
Update
Conclusive analysis and cause of the flyby anomaly
presented at
IEEE NAECON 2019.

A poster along with a peerreviewed paper
was presented on 29 Jul 2008
(pictures:
1
2
3)
at the
6th International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference (IECEC)
on a fundamental breakthrough in thermodynamic theory
that enables direct conversion from hot particles,
potentially raising
the Carnot limit to virtually unity
(thereby effectively doubling our energy resources).
The approach involves
using electric or magnetic fields
in place of mechanical pistons
in order to capture the hot particle energies
before their dispersion into the bulk medium
by relaxation processes
at subpicosecond speeds.
The approach would be applicable as a "frontend convertor"
before traditional conversion
in nuclear, chemical and even solar power.
Another envisaged application is in IC chips for
converting the hot carrier energies
before they can cause
heating and lattice damage.