May 24, 2013

SeaVoice – Digital Yacht's new newsletter, podcast and video update

SeaVoice is Digital Yacht’s new generic name for our newsletters, videos, and now even an audio podcast available through iTunes.  It’s all about what’s new and exciting from Digital Yacht but there’s also a bit of history too…. If you’re of my generation, you’ll remember the Seavoice RT100—the first affordable […]
May 5, 2013

PILOTLINK – A Sneak Preview

Our R&D team have been hard at work and we’ll be launching a new Digital Deep Sea product called PilotLink in May.  PilotLink is a Class A AIS wireless interface designed specifically for commercial pilots.  All Class A AIS transponders are fitted with a standard pilot plug connector.  PilotLink connects […]
May 2, 2013
Wireless NMEA devices with older Navigation Software

Updating our WLN10 or WLN10HS

It is almost 2 years since we released our popular WLN10 and WLN10HS wireless NMEA servers and in that time the number of mobile wireless devices has sky rocketed. Originally most customers used these products with iPhones and iPads but with Android devices now outselling Apple products, we get more […]
April 30, 2013

New PilotLink to debut at Seawork 2013

Our new wireless interface PilotLink will have its worldwide launch at this year’s Seawork exhibition in Southampton in June. Our UK distributor, CA Clase will be demonstrating it along with our CLA1000 Class A Transponder on stand A143. SeaWork International is  is the largest and fastest growing commercial marine and workboat […]
April 29, 2013

Connecting a Garmin 400 or 500 Series Plotter to iAIS

The Garmin 400 and 500 series plotters are some of the most popular small boat chart plotters on the market and it is not surprising that we get many enquiries about how to connect our products to them. Normally customers just want to add an AIS receiver or transponder to […]
April 27, 2013

Problem with NMEA (COM Port) Connections on Ubuntu

In response to a comment on my recent “Managing the Device Manager”, where Michael reported problems getting his AIS100USB working on LINUX, I decided to download the latest OpenCPN and make sure that the new NMEA Connections code that they have recently added to V3.20 did in fact still work […]
April 23, 2013

Managing the Device Manager

Some times when you are dealing with technical issues everyday, it is easy to forget that not everyone finds it easy to know where to look on a PC when things go wrong. One of the most common issues with any equipment that plugs in to a PC are Drivers, […]
March 22, 2013

Wireless NMEA on steroids !

When Graham Sunderland (professional navigator and author of Winning Tides) contacted us about configuring our WLN10 Wireless NMEA server to work at a baud rate of 115200, three times the normal high speed NMEA0183 data rate, we were slightly taken back. It turns out that Graham wanted to connect his […]