A Chinese firm has claimed that they have developed radar technology that can detect stealth jets.
The quantum radar was reportedly created by Intelligent Perception Technology, a branch of defence and electronics firm CETC.
They claim it is capable of detecting a target at a range of 60 miles and according to the Xinhua news agency, it was successfully tested last month.
It is believed the radar uses quantum entanglement photons, which means it has better detection capabilities than conventional systems.
This means it can more easily track modern aircraft that use stealth technology or baffle enemy radar.
fleabittenrangebum, Vista Blanco, United States, about an hour ago
Did they steal this from us?
Chume1, huntsville, United States, about 2 hours ago
China is only good at copying others ideas. Wonder who they could have swiped this idea from?
The Druid, Oliver, about 2 hours ago
Russia and the checks had this 10+ years ago.
topchef-weston, WESTON-SUPER-MARE, United Kingdom, about 4 hours ago
Yes it's called........... eyes & ears
Jack, London, United Kingdom, about 6 hours ago
But they can't make a decent T-shirt.
sugargliderdude, ll, United Kingdom, about 5 hours ago
china supply what ever the company requests... if they want a cheap t-shirt they will make one...
David Sharp, Toronto, Canada, 7 hours ago
Ya, but it only works for 5 minutes before breaking down. We all knew this was coming. heh
Not quite right, Farnborough, United Kingdom
We have always been able to detect stealth. When the first stealth bomber flew over Britain, two tornados flew along side it, and the pilot of the stealth said "you can't see me" to which the tornado pilots replied " yes we can we have you on our radar" The American government then wanted to buy the blueprints of the radar, to which we said no. Because if they have it then everyone will have it.
Frank Norman, Burntwood, United Kingdom
Oh yea! what have they tested it on?
Mr Happiness, West Coast, United States, 8 hours ago
Is rael has been saying recently that stealth will be obsolete within five years.
Old Iron, Levin, New Zealand, 8 hours ago
Anybody who knows the slightest history knows that didn't even need saying. In reality, it has already been obsolete for some time.
gws9, England, United Kingdom, 9 hours ago
It's not stealth, it's low observable.
STRAWBERRY WASP, British and Proud, United Kingdom, 9 hours ago
It would be stolen Technology, they wouldn't be capable of doing it for themselves.
Burnt, Land of oz, United States, 9 hours ago
Now, how would you know that.