No. You are not supposed to.Another thing makes me think that radar is fake is that you see a IRIS-T launcher in the beginning of the video and then the drone moves up the road and "found" that radar, would you deploy that radar system that close to a launcher? Given that particular system has a 120km detection range.
The control and launcher areas were separated by a distance of 1,000 to 6,000 yards (roughly 0.5- to 3.5-miles) and were often located within different townships. Technical limitations of the guidance system required the two facilities to be separated by a minimum of 3,000 feet. Whenever possible, control areas were constructed on high ground in order to gain superior radar coverage of the area. Control areas were generally located between the area being defended and the launcher area containing the missiles.
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The radar and launcher elements can be deployed over a large area separated by more than 20 kilometres from the FDC, providing extended coverage with few elements. Dispersed elements increase their survivability against enemy air and ground attacks.