The image above depicts a Chinese over the horizon (OTH) radar facility. The facility is sited along the southeastern Chinese coastline near the city of Shencheng. Transmitter and receiver elements are clearly visible, as is the probable control station for the facility. This OTH facility is likely used in a sea surveillance capacity, and is apparently situated to observe the sea between the northern end of the island of Formosa and the island of Okinawa, assuming that the viewing angle allows for that width of coverage. Chinese sea surveillance OTH radar systems could be an integral part of the anti-ship ballistic missile system, providing rough positioning data on targets of interest during a time of conflict. Enhanced resolution, coordination with other sensors, or triangulation with other OTH radar systems could provide positioning data accurate enough to target anti-ship ballistic missiles, as these weapons are likely fitted with active or passive radar homing heads and would not necessarily need overly precise targeting data. Whether or not a Chinese OTH radar such as this possesses the resolving power needed to differentiate between returns to independently identify potential targets is not currently known, however, and it is likely that actual targeting coordinates for an anti-ship ballistic missile would come from outside sources, such as sea surveillance aircraft, RORSATs, or other technical means.