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Fratricide Prevention Research - UK

All British AFV are to be fitted with a continuously emitting "beacon" using an M-band (94GHz) transmitter. The transmission is picked up by "shooter platforms" fitted with high-gain directional receivers. Brits claim low cost and very low power output as main advantages.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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