Hunter of the Stealth Aircraft: Quantum Radar
19.06.2019 Meryem ERTEN, STM

Hunter of the Stealth Aircraft: Quantum Radar

Even today, technology and knowledge in conventional radar systems can only reach a certain level; we are currently facing Quantum Radar technology. As is known, conventional radar systems fail to detect the Stealth Aircraft. The surfaces of these planes covered with special paints absorbing the radio waves reflect and diffuse the radio waves at various angles. The two most common types of ghost aircraft currently in use are the fighter F-117 and the bomber B-2. Lockheed Martin’s new fighter F-35 Lightning II that performed maiden flight in 2006 and came into use in 2015, is expected to be the world's leading fighter in the 2040s...

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