Recent reports have suggested that the Chinese military has increased the capabilities of it’s quantum radar system . The system has been under development for at least five years , it would appear that the Chinese military is rapidly catching up with the Five Eyes Syndicate .
Previous reports stated that the system had an effective range of 100km .
It was recently reported that the system is now able to scan and probe “the upper atmosphere and beyond” .
MIC & Deep State behemoth Lockheed Martin has developed a similar system , European patents for the system were applied for back in 2006 .
Other countries are now jumping on the quantum radar bandwagon .
Cultocracy note :
The sky’s gonna fry and so am I .
A resonator can be considered as a system that can generate waves of a specific frequency .
The mechanical resonator in the above diagram (a) entangles the microwave signal and the optical signal .
The microwave signal is then transmitted to the target location (just like regular radar) whilst the optical idler is stored back at the bunker (not like regular radar) . The returning microwave signal is converted back to light , where it is combined with the stored light .
The measurements of the combined optical signals provides a far more sensitive detection system than conventional radar systems .
In a real world situation the entangled signal will suffer decoherence due to environmental factors , basically quantum entanglement will be lost , but not completely .
The question is how can you improve the whole system so that there is zero or negligible decoherence ?
Could quantum radar be sensitive enough to detect signals from the human body ?
Well , several academics think that this scenario is possible .
“But the theory also predicts that improvements in the quality of the optical equipment used in the experiment could double or perhaps even quadruple the signal-to-noise ratio. Since detection error declines exponentially with the signal-to-noise ratio, that could translate to a million-fold increase in sensitivity.”
“This research can potentially lead to the development of a quantum LIDAR which is able to spot almost-invisible objects in a very noisy background,” he adds. “The working mechanism of quantum illumination could in fact be exploited at short-distances as well, for instance to develop non-invasive techniques of quantum sensing with potential applications in biomedicine.”
Incidentally , the Space Fence was also developed by Lockheed Martin .
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Further reading :
- Nanomechanical coupling between microwave and optical photons (PDF)
- Squeezing and quantum state engineering with Josephson travelling wave amplifiers
- Three-Wave Mixing with Three Incoming Waves: Signal-Idler Coherent Attenuation and Gain Enhancement in a Parametric Amplifier (PDF)
- Parametric Amplification
- Optical Parametric Amplifiers
- Optical parametric oscillator
- Optical parametric amplifier