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 |r1 = Germany, 1, Signal Flags, 100, 0, 1, [[Leichttraktor]] |r1 = Germany, 1, Signal Flags, 100, 0, 1, [[Leichttraktor]]
?|r2 = USA, 2, FuG 2, 300, 180, 40, [[Leichttraktor]]+|r2 = Germany, 2, FuG 2, 300, 180, 40, [[Leichttraktor]]
?|r3 = USSR, 3, FuG 5, 350, 630, 50, [[PzKpfw IV]] [[Hummel]] [[PzKpfw 35 (t)]] [[StuG III]] [[JagdPz IV]] [[VK 3601]] [[VK 3001 (H)]] [[Sturmpanzer I Bison]] [[PzKpfw 38 (t)]] [[Panzerjager I]] [[VK 3002 (DB)]] [[PzKpfw III]] [[Sturmpanzer II]] [[PzKpfw III Ausf A]] [[VK 1602 Leopard]] [[Wespe]] [[PzKpfw II Luchs]] [[PzKpfw III/IV]] [[VK 3001 (P)]] [[GW Tiger]] [[GW Panther]]+|r3 = Germany, 3, FuG 5, 350, 630, 50, [[PzKpfw IV]] [[Hummel]] [[PzKpfw 35 (t)]] [[StuG III]] [[JagdPz IV]] [[VK 3601]] [[VK 3001 (H)]] [[Sturmpanzer I Bison]] [[PzKpfw 38 (t)]] [[Panzerjager I]] [[VK 3002 (DB)]] [[PzKpfw III]] [[Sturmpanzer II]] [[PzKpfw III Ausf A]] [[VK 1602 Leopard]] [[Wespe]] [[PzKpfw II Luchs]] [[PzKpfw III/IV]] [[VK 3001 (P)]] [[GW Tiger]] [[GW Panther]]
?|r4 = FuG 37, 3, 360, 690, 40, [[ PzKpfw 35 (t)]] [[Hetzer]] [[PzKpfw 38 (t)]] [[Grille ]]+|r4 =Germany, 3, FuG 37, 360, 690, 40, [[ PzKpfw 35 (t)]] [[Hetzer]] [[PzKpfw 38 (t)]] [[Grille ]]
?|r5 = FuG 7, 4, 470, 8160, 70, [[ PzKpfw IV]] [[Hummel]] [[PzKpfw VI Tiger]] [[StuG III]] [[PzKpfw V Panther]] [[JagdPz IV]] [[PzKpfw II]] [[VK 3601 (H)]] [[VK 3001 (H)]] [[Jagdpanther]] [[VK 3002 (DB)]] [[PzKpfw III]] [[PzKpfw III Ausf. A]] [[PzKpfw VIB Tiger II]] [[VK 1602 Leopard]] [[Grille]] [[PzKpfw II Luchs]] [[PzKpfw III/IV]] [[VK 3001 (P)]] [[VK 4502 (P) Ausf. B]] [[Ferdinand]] [[Jagdtiger]] [[Panther II]] [[GW Tiger]] [[GW Panther ]]+|r5 =Germany, 4, FuG 7, 470, 8160, 70, [[ PzKpfw IV]] [[Hummel]] [[PzKpfw VI Tiger]] [[StuG III]] [[PzKpfw V Panther]] [[JagdPz IV]] [[PzKpfw II]] [[VK 3601 (H)]] [[VK 3001 (H)]] [[Jagdpanther]] [[VK 3002 (DB)]] [[PzKpfw III]] [[PzKpfw III Ausf. A]] [[PzKpfw VIB Tiger II]] [[VK 1602 Leopard]] [[Grille]] [[PzKpfw II Luchs]] [[PzKpfw III/IV]] [[VK 3001 (P)]] [[VK 4502 (P) Ausf. B]] [[Ferdinand]] [[Jagdtiger]] [[Panther II]] [[GW Tiger]] [[GW Panther ]]
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 |r7 = |r7 =

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Tank radio is its communication system and is how one tank submits its location and the location of the enemy to other friendly tanks. A vehicle's radio range is chined through all allied tanks in its radio range. If a radio is damaged communications range will be greatly reduced.


Radio characteristics:

Signal Range - The range of the radio signal, measured in meters. The radio range is chained through all friendly tanks.

Traverse Speed - The rate at which the vehicle turns is called the traverse speed, whether it is or isn't a pivot turn(around its central axis) is determined for individual tanks. Traverse speed is measured in degrees per second.





Radios

Tier Name Signal Range Price Weight Compatibility
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