# Relativity Theory andEtherodynamicsin the Context of GLONASS and GPS

### Radio engineering. Electronics. Telecommunication systems

### Аuthors

Joint Stock Company “Russian Space Systems”, JSC “RSS”, 53, Aviamotornaya str., Moscow, 111250, Russia

e-mail: vovasov@list.ru

### Abstract

Theobjectiveofthisworkisthecorrectionof radial velocityofhighly dynamic objects applying the signals of GLONASS and GPS navigation satellites, taking into account both thesatellite signal lags, andetherodynamics phenomena.Allthemostessentialphenomena of relativitytheory onthereceivingofnavigationsignalssuchasthe gravitationalred shift, the rotation rate of GLONASS satellitesand planetsperihelion, the light deflection in the gravitational field have been considered.It has been also testified that all the corrections related to the effects of the special relativity theory should be substituted with the corrections of the theory of signallag and the corrections related to the effects of general relativity theory should be completed with the corrections of etherodynamics. The corrections to the Doppler frequency formulation related to the radial acceleration of navigation receiver and relative shift of signal frequency per distance unit occasioned by the viscosity of the ether have been obtained. Suchcorrections let explain the “red” shift of star and galaxyspectra without universe extension hypothesis and the implementation of these corrections requires the experimental verification by means the algorithms proposed in this work.

Comparative study of difference between the gravitational force acting on a body at rest and the Newtonian force has been carried out as in the frame of general relativity theory so in the theory of signal lag. It’s shown that the gravitational force formulation obtained on the basis of the theory of signal lag without introducing the concept of the “Dark matter”allows one to explain the existence of the radial marginal stars of galaxyacceleration greater than the acceleration evaluated by the gravitational attraction of the galactic center, calculated according to the formula of Newton.

### Keywords:

theory of delay of the signals, special and general relativity theory, GLONASS and GPS### References

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