Josephson parametric amplifier (JPA) engineering is a significant component in the quantum two-mode squeezed radar (QTMS) to enhance, for instance, radar performance and the detection range or bandwidth. We simulated a proposal of using engineered JPA (EJPA) to enhance the performance of a QTMS radar. We defined the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and detection range equations of the QTMS radar. The engineered JPA led to a remarkable improvement in the quantum radar performance, i.e., a large enhancement in SNR of about 6 dB more than the conventional QTMS radar (with respect to the latest version of the QTMS radar and not to the classical radar), a substantial improvement in the probability of detection through far fewer channels. The important point in this work was that we expressed the importance of choosing suitable detectors for the QTMS radars. Finally, we simulated the transmission of the signal to the target in the QTMS radar and obtained a huge increase in the QTMS radar range, up to 482 m in the current study.

Norouzi, M., Seyed-Yazdi, J., Hosseiny, S.M., Livreri, P. (2023). Investigation of the JPA-Bandwidth Improvement in the Performance of the QTMS Radar. ENTROPY, 25(10) [10.3390/e25101368].

Investigation of the JPA-Bandwidth Improvement in the Performance of the QTMS Radar

Livreri, Patrizia
2023-10-01

Abstract

Josephson parametric amplifier (JPA) engineering is a significant component in the quantum two-mode squeezed radar (QTMS) to enhance, for instance, radar performance and the detection range or bandwidth. We simulated a proposal of using engineered JPA (EJPA) to enhance the performance of a QTMS radar. We defined the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and detection range equations of the QTMS radar. The engineered JPA led to a remarkable improvement in the quantum radar performance, i.e., a large enhancement in SNR of about 6 dB more than the conventional QTMS radar (with respect to the latest version of the QTMS radar and not to the classical radar), a substantial improvement in the probability of detection through far fewer channels. The important point in this work was that we expressed the importance of choosing suitable detectors for the QTMS radars. Finally, we simulated the transmission of the signal to the target in the QTMS radar and obtained a huge increase in the QTMS radar range, up to 482 m in the current study.
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Norouzi, M., Seyed-Yazdi, J., Hosseiny, S.M., Livreri, P. (2023). Investigation of the JPA-Bandwidth Improvement in the Performance of the QTMS Radar. ENTROPY, 25(10) [10.3390/e25101368].
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