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Plan for Stealth technology

Stealth technology also known as LO technology (low observable technology) is a sub‐discipline

of Military tactics and passive electronic countermeasures, which cover a range of techniques
used with Personnel, aircraft, ships, submarines, and missiles. Stealth technology have many
limitation so many method to use to detect stealth due to it’s deign stealth plan is very unstable
in flying. In Oder to minimize limitation modification is needed in it is design, especially body
structure. The body should be pass electromagnetic wave to other side. Instead of absorbed or
reflected this result greater invisibility bi- static radar any many more.
Development in the United States occurred in 1958, where earlier attempts in preventing radar
tracking of its U-2 spy planes during the Cold War by the Soviet Union had been unsuccessful.
Designers turned to develop a particular shape for planes that tended to reduce detection, by
redirecting electromagnetic waves from radars. Radar-absorbent material was also tested and made
to reduce or block radar signals that reflect off from the surface of planes. Such changes to shape and
surface composition form stealth technology as currently used on the Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit
"Stealth Bomber".

Now a days the counter stealth technology have developed in future stealth are easily to detect or
stealth detection technologies are more common. Some well known counter‐stealth technologies are
• Low frequency Radar
• Bi static and multi static Radar
• Multiple transmitter
• Moorse law
• Visibility
• Measuring stealth or Radar Cross Section

If stealth structure is made by transparent material we can make New Stealth Generation or in
very short words Above limitations are the great significance of my idea!!!!!!

Preliminarily Studies
Radar detects scattered radiation from objects, and is particularly good at detecting highly reflective
metallic objects against a less reflective background such as the sea or the sky. Waves are generated
and transmitted in the radio-frequency part of the electro-magnetic spectrum. The radar receiver
then captures the reflection of the waves as they are encountered and are transmitted back
from objects of interest. Since the speed of radio wave propagation from the radar is a known
constant, radar systems can determine the position, velocity, and other characteristics of an
object by analysis of very high frequency radio waves reflected from its surfaces.
The radar cross section of an aircraft determines the amount of the sending radar’s power that is reflected
back for the sender to receive. An RCS is typically measured in square meters; or in decibels per square
meter, often abbreviated as dBSM.
Traveling waves present a unique case because the target object becomes an antenna and a
transmission line. When grazing angles are slight, the target collects energy and transmits it
along the surface. A discontinuity like a crack, slope or rough spot of material with a different
conductivity can cause diffraction of the traveling wave.
Radar Wave Absorption
Absorber Material Absorber

At Last……………

Think above highly aerodynamically stable

Plan is made of transparent material.

Note details study material will be provided on request.

Research Plan

Step 1
Internet searching techniques
Research methodology and design
Selected topics from modern physics
Selected topics from classical physics.

Exploration of electro magnetic Spectrum
Exploration of Micro wave properties
Behavior of EM wave when strike on transparent material

Step 3

Further steps will be discussed to PhD supervisors.