ReVISOR radars are used to detect and track airborne targets within the range of up to 30 kilometres, at altitudes of up to 5 kilometres, with a 360 degrees of coverage. The antenna of the X-band radar is placed on a mechanically deployed mast. The system may be included in the digital command and data exchange networks. The radar station is additionally integrated with a GPS and an IFF [Identification Friend-or-Foe] systems. The whole station is placed on a single-axle trailer, however there is also an option of fitting the system onto an all-terrain vehicle.
The capabilities of the ReVISOR radar are suited to be utilized together with the Saab RBS-70 NG anti-aircraft system, using the BOLIDE missiles. Both ReVISOR radars are going to be received by the 252nd Anti-Aircraft Squadron, belonging to the 25th Anti-Aircraft Regiment from Strakonice, using four systems of this time already.
252nd Squadron is a part of NATO Response Force, it consists of four batteries, with two using the RBS-70NG systems. Two remaining batteries are still using the post-Soviet Strela-10M self propelled launchers which – throughout the upcoming decade – are to be successively replaced with the Swedish RBS-70NG systems.