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+ - Quantum-enhanced radar can't be fooled by electronic detection countermeasures->

Submitted by cylonlover
cylonlover (1921924) writes "The military use of radar has always had a ying-yang dynamic – as new forms of radar are developed, so too are new ways to jam them. A team of physicists at the University of Rochester has discovered how to defeat the latest active radar jamming methods by taking advantage of the quantum properties of photons. While this new anti-jamming technology cannot remove the false information, it provides an immediate alert that false information is being received."
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Quantum-enhanced radar can't be fooled by electronic detection countermeasures

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