The ‘Celalettin-Field Quantum Observation Tunnel’ (COT) is a speculative structure produced in an ensemble of Orbital Angular Momentum (OAM) polarized outer ‘s’ shell electrons, whereby an incoming photon, depolarizes ‘s’ shell electrons as it burrows through the ensemble, creating a tunnel. The depolarized particles when viewed as a single quantum system can theoretically be used to acquire information on the incoming photon which in effect, measures it satisfying the criterion for ‘quantum observation’. Enabling equations are discussed which describe the behaviour of the photon / electron interactions in the tunnel, the medium in which the tunnel is produced, and the information the medium acquires on the photon as it tunnels through. The Schrodinger wave equation, Mathieu differential equation, Lagrangian QED plasma equation and the Lorentz quantum parameter (OAM coupling) simultaneously describe the COT phenomenon. This study proposes the COT as a quantum communication countermeasure, be in a quantum radar or spy satellite utilizing quantum computing.
Military quantum communications, quantum entanglement, quantum radar, spy satellites