## A QUANTUM BASIS FOR THE RELATIVISTIC DOPPLER EFFECT FOR LIGHT

Daniel L. Alkon UDC 537.872+530.12 In the first of two derivations of the relativistic Doppler effect, obtained without directly applying the Lorentz transformations, the principle of relativity is used to introduce a probabilistic frequency-squared term and, thus, macroscopic uncertainty into the classical Doppler equations. In the second derivation, the classical Doppler effect for a moving mirror is broadened when introduction of Planck's law for radiation from a light source includes high radiation frequencies and thus high electron velocities. These methods are suggested to more directly describe intrinsic probabilistic properties of electromagnetic radiation rather than measurement differences attributable to a moving frame of reference. The article is published as a polemical one. According to comments of Professor L. M. Tomil'chik, corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, the article does not contain any new relations and does not predict any physical effects which are absent in the standard approach, and therefore the article can be considered only as an original technique. JEPTER7492020001 JEPTER749201