A Device to Measure the One-Way Velocity of Light
|Title||A Device to Measure the One-Way Velocity of Light|
|Journal||Indian Journal of Theoretical Physics|
While the constancy of the velocity of light over a two-way path has been firmly established, the available empirical evidence indicates that the transit time for the two paths may not be equal. the proposed device will permit us to measure actual one-way velocities, perform independent tests of the experiments cited; and, since it is portable, the device can be used to test our measuring processes in two or more significantly different environments.