Quantum Illumination & Entanglement

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 .

Quantum Radar

In the above diagram (a) we can see that both optical cavities and microwave cavities are used to produce the desired resonant frequencies (light and microwaves) .

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 ?

Quantum Illumination


What if you could combine quantum radar & nano technology with NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) technologies such as fMRI ?

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 .

Related :


Quantum Illumination – Spooky Action at a Distance

  1. New research signals big future for quantum radar
  2. More technical details about China’s Quantum Radar
  3. Quantum radar could detect stealth cancer cells or aircraft
  4. Quantum Illumination at the Microwave Wavelengths
  5. Entanglement-Enhanced Sensing in a Lossy and Noisy Environment
  6. Quantum illumination

Further related :

  1. Diamonds and quantum mechanics ‘light up’ MRI scans
  2. New quantum dot could make quantum communications possible
  3. The Sixth Element
  4. Making quantum encryption practical

Further reading :

  1. Nanomechanical coupling between microwave and optical photons (PDF)
  2. Squeezing and quantum state engineering with Josephson travelling wave amplifiers
  3. Three-Wave Mixing with Three Incoming Waves: Signal-Idler Coherent Attenuation and Gain Enhancement in a Parametric Amplifier (PDF)
  4. Parametric Amplification
  5. Optical Parametric Amplifiers
  6. Optical parametric oscillator
  7. Optical parametric amplifier
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