April 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

New Loran Introduced B\ Trimble Navigation- Literature Available

Trimble Navigation of Mountain View, Calif., recently introduced a new Loran receiver, the model 200. The 200 offers all the features of the 100A model and some new ones at a 40 percent reduction in price. A brochure is offered describing the capabilities of the receiver.

The 200 Loran features extended range, four fully automatic notch filters to eliminate radio transmission interference, and automatic selection of the best transmissions for the most accurate position.

The receiver has a new set of computations which provide information for navigation, vessel performance, and trip planning.

Alarms are built-in for anchor watch, cross track error, destination arrival, time and watch alerting. There are 100 waypoints which can be quickly assembled into a string or route. The user can also program any desired sequence of displays.

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