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In radiophysics, the Luxemburg–Gorky effect is a phenomenon of cross modulation between two radio waves, one of which is strong, passing through the same part of a medium, especially a conductive region of atmosphere or a plasma.
- See (Blaunstein & Plohotniuc 2008, p. 31).
- Blaunstein, Nathan; Plohotniuc, Eugeniu (2008), Ionosphere and Applied Aspects of Radio Communication and Radar, Boca Raton: CRC Press, pp. xix+577, doi:10.1201/9781420055177, ISBN 978-1-4200-5514-6.
- Graffi, Dario (1936), "Una teoria ereditaria dell'effetto Lussemburgo", Rendiconti del Seminario Matematico della Università di Padova (in Italian), 7: 36–54, JFM 62.0546.02, Zbl 0015.13705. In the paper "An hereditary theory of the Luxemburg effect" (English translation of the title), written only few years after the discovery of the effect itself, Dario Graffi proposes a theory of the Luxemburg effect based on Volterra's theory of hereditary phenomena.
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