This value priced, entry level AIS receiver with USB is Digital Yacht’s most cost effective solution for getting AIS on your PC. Featuring the same dual channel receiver as the AIS100Pro, but without the NMEA 0183 Output and multiplexer, there is no compromise on performance and the AIS100USB will out-perform all other, inferior, single channel receivers.
Simple plug and play USB connection to a PC. Uses standard drivers built-in to Windows XP/Vista/7 and is automatically mapped to an available “virtual” com port, which your PC software can read. Also compatible with Mac OS X and all LINUX Kernels since V2.4.20.
For use with any AIS compatible PC navigation software, such as the latest SmarterTrack, MaxSea, SeaPro, Nobeltec and RosePoint applications.
“The QMax is a compact 25cm VHF antenna with sucker cup style mounting.”
“Patented zero loss technology lets you share your main VHF antenna with both the VHF and AIS. Compatible with transponders and receivers.”
“Easy to use PC navigation software compatible with Navionics charts. Powerful features and AIS enhanced displays.”
“The AIT2500 is a full function Class B+ SOTDMA AIS transponder with NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000 and USB data outputs. It is supplied with a GPS antenna.”
“The AIS MOB100 is an ultra compact AIS MOB beacon/SART. Its designed for manual or auto activation from a lifejacket and when triggered will send the casualty position 8 times a minute to any AIS equipped vessels or shore stations. Range is typically 5-10NM.”
“AIS receiver for base station operation with a built in VHF splitter.”
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