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Failures in the capabilities and maneuverability of the small aerodyne lifting body appeared when combined with a relatively heavy electronic surveillance package (the bare minimum of electronics that SKYNET deemed necessary in order to fulfill the role it was designed for). The result made the Seeker based Scout a easy target for Resistance units and not an effective use of materials or resources since the destruction rate of the ELINT variant Seeker was far higher than the amount of ELINT it gathered. +ADw-span style+AD0-'mso-spacerun:yes'+AD4AJg-nbsp+ADsAPA-/span+AD4-SKYNET solved this problem by designing a new ELINT scout platform, from scratch, using the knowledge it had, the lessons it had learned and the technology it understood.+ADw-/span+AD4APA-/strong+AD4APA-/p+AD4- +ADw-p+AD4APA-strong+AD4APA-span style+AD0-'font-family:Arial'+AD4-The Series 1200 Scout was the main component of SKYNET's advanced ELINT (+ADw-u+AD4-EL+ADw-/u+AD4-ectronic +ADw-u+AD4-INT+ADw-/u+AD4-elligence) network. The Scout was designed from a totally inhuman and utterly logical method. No aesthetics were employed, resulting in a very simple design and high bench mark effectiveness.+ADw-/span+AD4APA-/strong+AD4APA-/p+AD4- +ADw-p+AD4APA-strong+AD4APA-span style+AD0-'font-family:Arial'+AD4-Resembling a knobby cylinder some 2 meters in height and half a meter in diameter, the Series 1200+ACY-nbsp+ADs-was powered by a five kilogram high capacity internal micro-reactor with a operational life of six months between refueling.+ACY-nbsp+ADs- Enhanced maneuverability was provided by a centrally mounted, core displaced, compact, high lift aerodyne fan turning on frictionless bearings thus reducing noise levels to only slightly more than a human whisper.+ACY-nbsp+ADsAJg-nbsp+ADs- Thrust was vectored through baffled nozzles along the body line and could be angled in such as way as to provide lift along any axis.+ACY-nbsp+ADs- The Scout could hover in position at altitudes of up to 2km or maintain level, stable flight at this ceiling at speeds in excess of 120 kph. Although incapable of moving on the ground, the Scout was built with a retractable tripod claw foot landing gear assembly that allowed the scout to land and remain stationary, albeit in an area that was threat free. Weight was kept to a minimum in order to afford maximum effectiveness and agility, translating into very thin armor plating unable to sustain damage from small arms fire greater in level than 5.56mm NATO standard caliber. Explosive weapons could also disrupt the scout with a 'near-miss' which could scramble the delicate, unarmored electronics resulting in an effective combat loss for the unit. This was considered an acceptable trade-off given the speed and quietness of the unit as well as its outstanding capabilities as it was never intended to be a main line combat unit.+ACY-nbsp+ADs- The Series 1200 was simply a logical stop gap between the failed experiment of the Type 1000 ELINT Seeker and a newer, more powerful ELINT unit that would be coming soon.+ADw-/span+AD4APA-/strong+AD4AJg-nbsp+ADs- +ADw-/p+AD4- +ADw-p+AD4APA-strong+AD4APA-span style+AD0-'font-family:Arial'+AD4-The main capabilities of the Series 1200 Scout included advanced sound and visual detection and identification of known and suspected Resistance gatherings. A sensor / scanner suite with a 360 degree frictionless rotation collar housed the high resolution, high definition, micro-processor controlled liquid optic visual sensors and the broad band frequency audio sensors. The liquid optics extended into the high definition infra-red spectrum as well as low-light, digital thermographic, enhanced televisual, and flash / laser range finding capabilities. Audio was based upon parabolic detection and amplified wave enhancements resulting in a very discriminating audio range capable of hearing a human heartbeat at 10 meters in unopposed terrain. Directional range finders could pinpoint targets based on either visual or audio detection to within two centimeters mean range. Direct up-link via tight beam laser communicator and micro-wave relays was also included with secure links to orbiting SKYNET Project satellites and even other operational units / HKs in direct line of sight. Backup scrambler equipped radio was installed as well as extensive data storage media. The physical antenna for the various radio bandwidths and ranges were housed internally, and were extended only when required to transmit data and then retracted back into the main body.+ACY-nbsp+ADs- Later models of the Series 1200 employed hardpoints for the carrying and deployment of up to eight Type 5 recon microdrones.+ADw-/span+AD4APA-/strong+AD4APA-/p+AD4- +ADw-p+AD4APA-strong+AD4APA-span style+AD0-'font-family:Arial'+AD4-To keep the profile of the Scout as low as possible, the unit was built vertically rather than horizontally. A special non-reflective gray paint scheme made the Scout almost invisible when it was hovering or after it had landed.+ACY-nbsp+ADsAJg-nbsp+ADs- During operation, many of the Scout's primary sensors and scanners were supplemented with auxiliary units mounted on fold out arrays which deployed from the body of the unit.+ACY-nbsp+ADs- Many Resistance units have referred to the Scout unit as the +ACY-quot+ADs-flying broomstick+ACY-quot+ADs- or just simply as +ACY-quot+ADs-broomsticks+ACY-quot+ADs- due to their rather unique shape. The name and correlation is being analyzed by SKYNET for significance. The first Scouts ran into a unique problem. Resistance units were capturing Scouts by physically wrestling the units to the ground or using nets to entangle the units. The Scout's data and hard coded files were then dissected by Resistance Tech Coms, who were able to gather a great deal of info about SKYNET's construction techniques and some key base locations. This problem was remedied by the addition of the installation of a two point eight kilogram pre-fragmented alloy rod core explosive charge designed to be triggered in the event of microprocessor damage or if the unit was too damaged to continue operations. 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