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Equation ($eq:eps$) determines the correlation strength in Eq. ($eq:small-S-approx$) in the limit of $\omega\ll1$, but it is also correct for a random complex Gaussian signal $S_0(t)$ with variance $\langle S_0^2(t)\rangle$. For such a signal, the integral over $R(t)$ in Eq. ($eq:ra-le$) evaluates to $$\int dt\, R(t)\exp(-2i\omega t) \simeq \frac{1}{2\omega}\, \exp(-2\omega\langle R^2\rangle)\, \frac{\omega}{\lambda^2+\omega^2}. \label{eq:r-s-integral}$$ The correlation strength is thereby simply related to the second moment $\langle R^2\rangle$ of the correlation function $R(t)$: $$\Delta u \simeq -\frac{1}{2} f_{\rm sky}\langle R^2 \rangle\, \frac{\lambda^2 + \omega^2}{\omega^3}. \label{eq:delta-nu-no-approx}$$ The approximation in Eq. ($eq:delta-nu-no-approx$) is valid for $\omega\ll \omega_0$ with $$\omega_0=\frac{\lambda}{2\langle R^2\rangle}. \label{eq:omega-0}$$ Note that $\omega_0$ is always smaller than $\lambda$, since $\langle R^2\rangle$ is always smaller than $\lambda^2$.
Equation ($eq:delta-nu-no-approx$) further implies that the correlation strength $\Delta u$ cannot be enhanced if we allow a large $|\tilde\epsilon|$. In fact, as mentioned above, one cannot even have $\Delta u>0$ in the limit of a coherent signal if the phase