No.124 FuMO25 レーダー
|Coastal Defense Ship||Destroyer|
|Light Cruiser||Torpedo Cruiser|
|Heavy Cruiser||Aviation Cruiser|
|Fast Battleship||Light Carrier|
|Standard Carrier||Armored Carrier|
|Seaplane Tender||Submarine Tender|
|Repair Ship||Training Cruiser|
|Fleet Oiler||Amphibious Assault Ship|
The FuMO25 radar is a ship-borne radar developed from another country. Developed from a country with expertise in military technology, it's unfortunate that our Combined Fleet radar is inferior compared to this radar. It is mainly used aboard cruisers or any other larger warships.
FuMO stands for Funkmess-Ortung in German, and is a radar classification.
German radar used on capital ships. However, records state that Prinz Eugen carried the FuMO 81 Berlin-S Radar instead of the FuMO 25. Spec wise, the FuMO 81 was far superior, as it had a 50% wider range. It also had a higher frequency of 3300 MHz compared to the 368MHz the FuMO 25 used.