Stealth Detection System via Multistage Radar and Quantum Radar

In this study, a novel anti-stealth technique using void detection, high frequency wave interference and neutrino beam propagation is proposed. This unique phenomenon produces a moving image, which is the precise location of the aircraft in the space.

Void detection method uses a modified satellite-based radar that searches for areas in the airspace from which the transmitted signals sent to the ground receiving station are blocked or deflected. Commonly, a bistatic radar system is used where the emitter and receiver are on the same side of the aircraft due to which the signals absorbed or deflected by the aircraft cannot be interpreted. Most of the signal are never received. So, a modified multistatic doppler radar is used that is assisted by a satellite radar in order to increase the statistical probability of receiving signals that are deflected by the aircraft.

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