Canada the development of “radio and” to detect stealth aircraft

Investment Canada 1.93 million pounds (47.6 million Egyptian pounds approximately) in the development of Radio The amount of (radio and) Quantum Radar, a new technology will significantly improve the discovery of stealth aircraft.

Developed University of Waterloo technical with a view to the replacement of radar stations located in the Arctic, where it can be radar quantitative to detect the objects more accurately than traditional radar.

Include all of Canada and the United States of America in the drafting of the 54 radio station for warning the north, the NWS in the Arctic, which acts as a first-line early warning in the airspace of North America, the convergence of the radar stations that end-of-life and may need replacement by the year 2025.

It is worth mentioning that many other states are interested in developing the technique of radar quantitative, including China and Russia, in November last, announced the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai for the development of its scientists to a new type of Spy satellites artificial, can detect aircraft deceptive or stealth aircraft.

It uses radar quantitative what is known as the light quantum, a process in which isolated pairs of photons entangled, and the term entanglement quantum shows that if the separation of the photons entangled, so that out of some hundreds of miles, for example, the procedure being performed on a Single Photon can influence the other, however, it is difficult to maintain quantum entanglement Real for long periods of time, which is what scientists are working to overcome currently.

However, if it ripped off a pair of photons, a process known as”unbundling”, they are still linked, and can be used as radar uses traditional sound waves, more specifically, in the discovery of stealth aircraft.

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