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Marine Electronics Yearbook
Sperry Marine Inc.
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Sperry Marine Inc. is a major international developer and manu- facturer of marine electronic navi- gation, control and communications equipment with company sales and service offices in 11 countries.
Sperry Marine provides a complete line of gyrocompasses, radars, auto- pilots, doppler speed logs, bridge integration and communications equipment for commercial and na- val vessels. Along with advance- ments in Watch-1 integrated bridge systems, ring laser gyrocompasses for the military, the company re- cently introduced its MK-4217R, a new rasterscan river radar for U.S. and worldwide rivers.
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Standard Communications has been in the marine electronics in- dustry for more than 25 years pro- viding its Horizon line of fixed and handheld radios, electronics acces- sories and digital instrumentation.
The new Horizon Nova, a 25 watt fixed mount radio available in black or white, provides a large LCD; up/ down channel selector on the speaker/mic; rotary channel selec- tor; scanning and priority scanning; direct access to all U.S., Canadian and international channels, chan- nels 9 and 16, and 10 weather posi- tions plus Weather Alert.
The Horizon Omni, a 25 watt fixed mount 1992 and 1993 NMEA winner, provides GASFET circuitry,
Weather Alert and optional new technology Class C Digital Selective
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Techsonic Industries offers the
Humminbird line of marine elec- tronics. The Humminbird DC-5 hand-hald VHF radio features all
U.S. and international channels, all weather channels and 10 memory channels. Both the LCD and the key panel are backlit and incorpo- rate an automatic shut off feature.
The unit has a low battery indica- tor, automatic battery saving fea- ture and is 5W/1W selectable, which can maximize battery life at close ranges.
Humminbird's NS10 GPS gives the navigator detailed built-in map- ping in a waterproof unit.
Humminbird's Wide™ product family consists of seven new
Humminbird sonar products, tar- geting the fishing and consumer boating market. Four of the new wide units incorporate the latest technology in two-dimensional op- eration, while three of the products display advanced three-dimensional features. Each of the seven new
Humminbird products incorporates such new standard features as: a universal Quick Disconnect mount, allowing the interchanging of each product with any other unit in the
Wide family; a curved anti-glare lens for easy-on-the-eye viewing; and a clear view lens, allowing viewing with polarized sunglasses.
Traxar™ GPS handheld naviga- tor, which Techsonic manufactures and for which Motorola supplies the
GPS technology, provides six chan- nel, hand-held portability that pro- vides boaters and other outdoorsmen with position, navigation, velocity and time information.
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Trimble Navigation reportedly offers the first GPS receiver with a built-in differential receiver. The company also reportedly offers the first GPS receiver with a two-slot card reader, a feature that includes another first: a slot for GPS memory cards. Owing to these developments, mariners no longer have to buy and install a separate beacon receiver to get differential's 33-foot accuracy.
And because of these developments mariners can now record and archive their GPS navigation data.
These developments are featured in Trimble's new NT product line, the company's next generation of big-screen GPS receivers for the marine market. Trimble's NT line comprises three products: the
NT200D GPS, the NT200 GPS and the NT100 GPS. The NT200D pro- vides built-in differential and an
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