Advanced communications center
Background[edit | edit source]
It was externally distinguished from its more basic cousin by built-up transmitter arrays and an enlarged transmitter dish. Not immediately apparent was the enhancement of function; the advanced communications center held the equipment needed to interface with and call fire from the ion cannon.
Directing the ion cannon required a continuous link between the structure and satellite. If the ground station was disabled by a black out the ion cannon ceased repositioning until the uplink was re-established.
The advanced communications center also relayed targeting data to the Ion Cannon from GS-2 beacons placed by front-line troops.
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See also[edit | edit source]
- Temple of Nod - Nod counterpart