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The Kolchuga passive sensor is an ESM system developed in the Soviet Union and manufactured in Ukraine. Its detection range is limited by line-of-sight but may be up to 800 km (500 mi) for very high altitude, very powerful emitters. Frequently referred to as Kolchuga Radar, the system is not really a radar, but an ESM system comprising three or four receivers, deployed tens of kilometres apart, which detect and track aircraft by triangulation and multilateration of their RF emissions. GENERAL INFORMATION: - Originally created in 3ds Max 2013; - Model rendered with V-Ray 2.30.01; - Objects collected into a group and named accordingly; - Unit system is set to milimeters; - Model is built to real-world scale; - No special plugin needed to open scene;