Canada develops quantum air defense radar to detect stealth fighter effectively.

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 Canada develops quantum air defense radar to detect stealth fighter effectively.


The technology is developed by University of Waterloo to replace the existing Arctic radar station. Theoretically, the accuracy of detecting objects by quantum radar is higher than that of traditional radar. It takes advantage of quantum irradiation - the process of stripping entangled photon pairs. So far, this technology has been tested only in laboratories. Canada and the United States jointly set up 54 North American early warning systems (NWS) radar stations in the Arctic region, which are the first line of defense for air defense early warning in North America. These radar stations are close to the end of service life and may be replaced by 2025. The source of this article: Reference News Editor: Liang Lian Fei _NBJS6165