We investigate the mutual coupling between dipole antennas that are enclosed by a rectangular, lossy cavity. The analysis is based on standard integral expressions for the mutual coupling that… (More)

The difference in the proper azimuthal periods of revolution of two standard clocks in direct and retrograde orbits about a central rotating mass is proportional to J/M c 2 , where J and M are,… (More)

We give a short outline, in Sec. 2, of the historical development of the gauge idea as applied to internal (U(1); SU(2); : : :) and external (R 4 ; SO(1; 3); : : :) symmetries and stress the… (More)

We outline a mission with the aim of directly detecting the gravitomagnetic field of the Earth. This mission is called Gravity Probe C. Gravity Probe C(lock) is based on a recently discovered and… (More)

We give a self–contained introduction into the metric–affine gauge theory of gravity. Starting from the equivalence of reference frames, the prototype of a gauge theory is presented and illustrated… (More)

The main theoretical aspects of gravitomagnetism are reviewed. It is shown that the gravitomagnetic precession of a gyroscope is intimately connected with the special temporal structure around a… (More)

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2009

The integral-differential equation for the current of an electrically small antenna inside a resonator, which is induced by given sources, is solved by the so-called “Method of Small Antenna”. The… (More)

Recently Kaniel & Itin proposed a gravitational model with the wave type equation [ +λ(x)]θα = 0 as vacuum field equation, where θ α denotes the coframe of spacetime. They found that the viable… (More)

The notions of stress and hyperstress are anchored in 3-dimensional continuum mechanics. Within the framework of the 4-dimensional spacetime continuum, stress and hyperstress translate into the… (More)

Based on the recent finding that the difference in proper time of two clocks in prograde and retrograde equatorial orbits about the Earth is of the order ∼ 10 s per revolution, the possibility of… (More)