Black-Body GW Radiation in the Universe
( 5-11-1985 )
A. Summation of all GW signals leads to ‘mechanical’ black-body radiation having ‘wavelength’ ~ = 0.2-0.3 cm.
B. Local Effects:
Movement of Test Mass
(1) At peak position, reflected rhysmons add to signal level at detection to cause an apparent increase in l/f noise level.
(2) At null position, reflected rhysmons subtract from signal level at detection to cause an apparent increase in l/f noise level.
(3) This is possible due to the coherent nature of this GW radiation.
Note: A referenced position does not necessarily stay referenced for a long time since the universe is dynamic and the levels change for other GW signals.
(1) GW signals should be able to be used for GW communications.