New Revolutionary River Radar System Launched By Kelvin Hughes

—Free Literature Available— Kelvin Hughes Ltd. of England has launched a new revolutionary River Radar system, the RSR 1000, that has been designed to meet the rigorous standards of the new Rhine River Radar specification.

The RSR 1000 consists of only two compact units, a display and an aerial/transceiver, connected by a single cable. It can easily be fitted to a wide variety of vessels required to navigate in rivers and congested waterways.

The 20-inch display unit uses a technique that is unique to river radar applications to provide the close-range echo discrimination, called for in the new Rhine River specification, on a continuous bright 150% view ahead picture. The aerial/ transceiver consists of a 2.4-meter antenna, 5-kw transmitter and wide-band width receiver combined in a lightweight unit which can be mounted up to 30 meters from the display.

For free literature giving complete information on the RSR 1000 River Radar system from Kelvin Hughes, Circle 20 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 13,  Jul 1989

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