## Communication over channels the terminals of which are in relative motion with respect to each other |

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### Contents

REVIEW OF THE MATHEMATICAL THEORY | 6 |

Discrete Noiseless Communications Systems | 14 |

Discrete Noisy Communications Systems | 24 |

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2TW dimensional amount of information assume band bandwidth capture area channel capacity communications system comoving computed consider constant constituent ensembles coordinate system defined degree of freedom density per unit destination determined discrete Doppler effect Doppler shift duration emitted entropy per degree entropy power Equation Figure four vector function gain given inertial information received input invariant isotropic radiator Joule Heat Lorentz transformation luminosity maximum Maxwell's equations measured noise power observers obtained output posteriori probability power density Poynting's vector primed system priori probability probability density propagation pulse quantities radio rate of transfer receiving antenna relativistic samples solid angle spectral spectrum speed of light ST ST ST ST TT stationary sum ensemble terminal theory of relativity thermal radiation tion transfer of information transmitting antenna TSTT TT ST TT TT TTT TTT TTTT unit solid angle velocity white Gaussian noise yields