Soliton Radar


A radar that detects biological reactions.

Employs the KdV equation to detect the electromagnetic waves resulting from biological reactions, allowing the user to obtain a variety of information about the immediate area, including where enemies are located, their field of vision, and the layout of surrounding objects. The attenuation factor of soliton electromagnetic waves emitted by a satellite and bounced back off land-based objects is calculated and transmitted to a ground data center where, for example, the interior structure of buildings can be estimated. Unfortunately, it cannot be used in confined spaces because harmonic resonance becomes too strong.

Invented by Mei Ling.