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Re: Doppler Shift



Short answer: yes.

	doppler = -ft/RR*299792

	where: ft is the transmit frequency
               RR is the range rate

73,
Art N3OY


Paul Yeager wrote:
> 
> Folks.... I have a question.  Asked it once, but never got a
> reply.  Actually, I think I asked a specific member of the list.  Anyway,
> I'll try again here.
> 
> Is Doppler shift linearly proportional to frequency?
> 
> In other words, if I have the correct Doppler shift for 435 MHz, can I
> compute the Doppler shift for 2401 MHz by applying the ratio 2401/435?
> 
> Thanks in advance for your help!
> 
> 73,
> Paul W4SKI
> 
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