• Lower expenses for acquisition and maintenance (if using a third-party transmitter).
  • Operation without clearance for frequencies (if using a third-party transmitter).
  • The receiver’s covert activity.
  • Increased resistance to electronic countermeasures due to the potential for unknown waveform and receiver location.
  • Due to geometrical effects, the target’s radar cross-section may be boosted.
  • A separate receiver is relatively portable and light; however, the transmitter can be highly powerful and heavy (surface-to-air missile).

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