|Faction||Atomic Kingdom of China|
|Building Type||Base Defence|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Made by||Great Wall Duplicator Facilities|
|Key Features|| » Concentrated Radio Transmitter|
» Turret mounting (limited traverse)
» Spare Antenna Array
» Upgrade capability
» Clone gunner (x1)
Greatest Hits: The Chinese specialty anti-infantry turret, the Radio Emplacement is specially designed to cause massive cranial damage to an infantryman's mind, causing aneurism and death in seconds.
Not A Fan of Metal: Though effective against infantry forces, the design of the turret restricts it against vehicular and aerial threats; anything more than a few centimeters of steel distorts the rays and leaves the turret useless.
No one knows the value of radio weapons more than surviving PLA soldiers, except for survivors from the NRA who watched as comrades fell to radio turrets. Their stories inspired the Atomic Kingdom to research heavily into radio artillery weapons, heavy radio emitters capable of firing massive beams of radio waves to disrupt human thoughts, and even send the target into horrifying seizures when affected. Though amazing, the first results were smaller in scale.
Little more than an antenna connected to a power source, the Radio Emplacement is the first line of anti-infantry defences for the Kingdom. The weapon is designed for the first initial scouts that might stumble onto an Atomic position, in order to prevent the enemy from finding the full measure of the base. These cheap turrets also act as a rear-line defence, in case the enemy manages to get troops behind the Kingdom's admittedly immobile lines.