Quantum Radar

Quantum Radar

Marco Lanzagorta
ISBN: 9781608458264 | PDF ISBN: 9781608458271
Copyright © 2011 | 139 Pages | Publication Date: 01/01/2011

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This book offers a concise review of quantum radar theory. Our approach is pedagogical, making emphasis on the physics behind the operation of a hypothetical quantum radar. We concentrate our discussion on the two major models proposed to date: interferometric quantum radar and quantum illumination. In addition, this book offers some new results, including an analytical study of quantum interferometry in the X-band radar region with a variety of atmospheric conditions, a derivation of a quantum radar equation, and a discussion of quantum radar jamming.

This book assumes the reader is familiar with the basic principles of non-relativistic quantum mechanics, special relativity, and classical electrodynamics. Our discussion of quantum electrodynamics and its application to quantum radar is brief, but all the relevant equations are presented in the text. In addition, the reader is not required to have any specialized knowledge on classical radar theory.

Table of Contents

Introduction
The Photon
Photon Scattering
Classical Radar Theory
Quantum Radar Theory
Quantum Radar Cross Section
Conclusions

About the Author(s)

Marco Lanzagorta, ITT Exelis
Dr. Marco Lanzagorta is Technical Fellow and Director of the Quantum Technologies Group of ITT Exelis. In addition, Dr. Lanzagorta is Affiliate Associate Professor and Member of the Graduate Faculty at George Mason University, and co-editor of the Quantum Computing series of graduate lectures published by Morgan and Claypool. Dr. Lanzagorta is a recognized authority on the research and development of advanced information technologies and their application to combat and scientific systems. Dr. Lanzagorta has over 100 publications in the areas of physics and computer science, and he is coauthor of the books Quantum Computer Science (2008), and Introduction to Reconfigurable Supercomputing (2010). Dr. Lanzagorta received a doctorate degree in theoretical physics from Oxford University in the United Kingdom. In the past, Dr. Lanzagorta worked as a scientific consultant at the US Naval Research Laboratory in Washington DC, at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland, and at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) in Italy.

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