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Interferometry using a noisy moving source
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Figures

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Fig. 1.

(a) Schematic aerial view of train moving along the tracks to the right with velocity . (b) Sketch of the electric field strength as a function of position along the track. (c) Sketch of the square of the electric field as a function of position.

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Fig. 2.

Interference event number plotted as a function of the event time.

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Fig. 3.

(a) Coaxial cylinders with moving washer (side view). (b) Coaxial cylinders (front view).

Tables

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Table I.

Event number, time, and train displacement. Here is the counting number for the maxima in the static noise background, is the time of occurrence of the maxima, is the time interval between maxima, is the cumulative displacement, and is the displacement between successive maxima. The program Google Earth was used to determine the station-to-station distance to be 3850 m.

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2010-02-12
2014-04-18
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