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Type Navigation device
Function Receives signals
- 156×156×180 cm (large)
- 120×120×120 cm (small)
- 18,492.47 kg (large)
- 5,094 kg (small)
- 1,858.54 kv (large)
- 511.96 kv (small)
Corrosion resistance 380
Primary material Charodium
Input / Output
Electric input Passive
Device interfaces 1
A navigation receiver is a device that can receive signals sent out by Radio transmitters.
- Have to be pointed to the direction of a transmitter.
- They only look for signals in the area they're pointed at. This means that receivers may have to scan areas section by section to find transmitter messages.
- If a receiver is in the range of a transmitter and is pointed towards the transmitter, the transmitter's message is set to the receiver's "Message"-field.
- Both large and small receivers currently have the same properties.
|SignalStrength||Strength of the found signal, measured in meters||0|
|ListenAngle||An angle of 180 coresponds to an omnidirectional receiver.||0-180|
|TargetMessage||The message the receiver will exclusively listen to, 0 means listens to all||0|
|TargetFrequency||The frequency the receiver will exclusively listen to, 0 means listens to all||0|
|Frequency||The frequency of the transmitter currently listened to, 0 if no signal found.||0|
|ReceiverPitch||Target pitch of the device||0|
|ReceiverCurrentPitch||Current pitch of the device||0|
|MaxRotation||Maximum limit for rotation||180|
|MinRotation||Minimum limit for rotation||-180|
|TargetVelocity||Target velocity in which the device rotates||0-3|
To learn more about how to use fields, consult these wiki pages: