## mathavraj Group Title "for a given phase shift the higher is the frequency, the smaller is the required time shift"...please explain this statement..is this in any indirect way related to doppler's law? one year ago one year ago

1. Vincent-Lyon.Fr

Interferences? phase shift $$\Delta \phi$$ is to $$2\pi$$ what time shift $$\Delta \tau$$ is to time period $$T$$ Hence $$\Delta \tau=\Delta \phi\times T/2\pi=\Delta \phi /2\pi\nu$$ You can see that for a given $$\Delta \phi$$ , $$\Delta \tau$$ is inversely proportional to frequency $$\nu$$.