posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 02:21 PM
Rarely, very rarely do I get a chance to brag about a new technology my company came up with. For one thing I'm a stickler about secrecy. A lot
involve's commerce and making money. But once in a while it does involve stuff that I am obligated to keep secret by the national security act of
1947, and the much more draconian rules san's the"patriot act" after 9/11. We developed a new kind of radar we called"Wrap Around". It's a *****
variable but highly defined spectrum radar, designed to engulf an aircraft. It's so sensitive, it can identify individual aircraft, not just by type,
but individual "name". IE; serial number. We use the same approach with tagging ship's with passive sonar. But this is a very "active" capability. And
I have just been given "permission" to talk about it. This whole technology was developed by us after our research on animal, in particular aquatic
mammals and their sonar. If we could isolate a specific frequency, and assign a certain determinant task to it, when woven together we could get a
very clear "picture" of an airborne, or space borne object.
Now my little company can't possibly produce an operational system all on its own. So, I partner with certain defense contractor's. Sorry I can't
name them.,and won't. (Some of these dudes scare me to death) But the advantage of this technology if let loose in the civilian sector, which is my
hope, is it can be integrated with currently installed systems hardware and software. But it will require a new, re-designed antenna/emitter. And I
will warn you ahead of time, it won't look like your father's radar antenna emitter. The time's they are a changing, and I will keep you informed of
the cool stuff. When I can. I do need to add the kind of "resasech" I do on animals is very benign, If I do my job right, they never know I'm peeking.
They have taught me so much, the animals that work with me are treated better then most people's kid's on this planet. And I intend to spend as much
money as I can to keep it that way. Any question's?
edit on 2/12/11 by arbiture because: Needed to add an additional comment.