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Space debris cleaning technologies are dual use can disable adversary satellites

There has been exponential growth in debris accumulated from over 60 years of space activities. It is estimated that the total number of space debris objects in Earth orbit is in the order of: 22,000 – for sizes larger than 10 cm, 600,000 – for sizes larger than 1 cm …

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Synthetic biology, the biggest innovation of the 21st century, widely applied in medical, energy, chemical, environmental, agriculture, and military

It is anticipated that the world will face increased competition for limited and finite natural resources given a growing population, increasing pressure on our food and health systems, and climate change and associated environmental degradation decimating our primary production systems.   Synthetic biology  is defined as the application of science, …

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Very High throughput satellites (V/HTS), with spot beams can provide more than 100 Gbits/ sec military satellite communications

Multibeam satellite systems make it possible to reduce the size of earth stations and hence the cost of the earth segment. Frequency re-use from one beam to another permits an increase in capacity without increasing the bandwidth allocated to the system.   With single beam antenna coverage, it is therefore …

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Distributed quantum sensor networks

The overarching goal of quantum information science and its enabled emerging quantum technologies is to demonstrate capabilities beyond what is allowed by their classical counterparts. Sensing is an arena that quantum technologies can achieve advantages over classical sensing technologies for practical applications in the near term. Quantum metrology studies the …

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Military applications of Ultravoilet spectrum becoming feasible with Technology breakthroughs

The electromagnetic spectrum is a series of frequencies ranging from radio waves to microwaves, visible light, X-rays, and gamma rays. As the wavelength of the electromagnetic radiation shortens, the waves have a higher frequency—how quickly electromagnetic waves follow each other—and therefore more energy.   Ultraviolet (UV) is electromagnetic radiation with …

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India upgrading to Smart and Comprehensive Integrated Border Management (CIBMS) to guard its long, difficult and porous borders, Amid China border row

The long, porous and difficult  borders have created the security challenges of illegal immigration, cross border terrorism, narcotics and arms smuggling, abetment of separatists and left -wing extremism and separatist movements aided by external powers. Pakistan policy of supporting cross border terrorism has led to constant border skirmishes along the …

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Autonomous shipping or Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) is the future of the maritime industry

Autonomous ships refer to the ships that are remote built ships where operations are performed by remote control mechanism. These operations are operated by the humans located at the shore. Autonomous requires high quality systems and reliable communication system which work with the assistance of connectivity, control algorism and sensor …

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Optics and Photonics in Space

Photonics is rapidly transforming into an enabling space technology with potential to cross-fertilize multiple markets in the space domain. Among them: navigation, remote sensing and telecommunications, as well as ground-breaking scientific and planetary exploration missions.   Because of advantages related to bandwidth, mass, power consumption, beam size and immunity to …

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Quantum Imaging technique can have military applications, US and China racing to deploy quantum ghost imaging in satellites for stealth plane tracking

Today, we are witnessing the second quantum revolution, where quantum states, which can exhibit superposition and entanglement, are harnessed for quantum technological applications. Quantum Sensing exploits the high sensitivity of quantum systems to external disturbances to develop highly sensitive sensors.   Breaking the limitations of today’s established imaging schemes is a …

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