Quantum Physics


Quantum Similarities or Radar Scattering as a Gauge Theory

Authors: Giuliano Bettini

As a continuation of a preceding paper "The trapped light" a preliminary attempt of how to construct a spinor theory of radar scattering or radar signal-target interaction with the gauge theories of quantum mechanics is presented. This way radar signals and radar targets may become visible macroscopic objects to be put in analogy with Standard Model particles and interactions. The basic idea is that particles and forces are all of electromagnetic nature, light, and appear different due to the size and shape of interacting objects. For the purpose that we propose here, you must first deal with a generic radar signal in spinor form (note: it is TEM, TE, TM or evanescent. I mean "radar signal" in a wide sense, ie for ex. also into a waveguide). This is done by deriving a spinor representation of the TE TM through the Dirac equation for plane wave, starting rigorously from Maxwell's equations without any use of equivalent V, I as in previous papers. As a byproduct the representation is extended to the TEM. Then I introduce a tentative procedure to express the deflection of the field in a different direction, and its variation in frequency, and rest mass. This is accomplished through the interaction with SU(2)xU(1) gauge fields ie electroweak interactions. Some simple but illustrative examples are given. The ideas set out here need of course further research.

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[v1] 26 Mar 2010

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