Digital Yacht have unveiled their TriNav GPS160, a new, high performance positioning sensor using GPS, Glonass and the new Galileo satellite system for exceptional positioning accuracies and redundancies. Typical accuracy is better than 1m and data can be set to output at up to 18Hz for smoother plotter track displays. […]
It is over 20 years since the first GPS Roll-Over (21/22 August 1999) which, although over shadowed by the more notorious “Millenium Bug”, caused much concern for GPS manufacturers and users, worried that their GPS units would stop working. Although some GPS models did have problems, world armageddon did not […]
We do like our offices in Farleigh Court, near Bristol, but with thick walls dating back to 1837, getting a phone signal let alone a GPS signal is problematic. So we were very pleased to find a GPS Signal Repeater that allowed us to get accurate position fixes in our […]
Our GPS150 (combination GPS & GLONASS) positioning sensor has been popular as a replacement GPS sensor for older Raymarine systems such as the RL, C and E series plotters and multi function displays. However, it uses NMEA data and it is necessary to locate and connect direct to a NMEA […]
This week we have been helping one of our dealers; Marine Electronic Installations (MEI) in Portsmouth, to find a solution to an interesting NMEA2000 problem with the latest range of Raymarine a, c and e Series Multi-Function Displays. Most of these MFDs feature an internal GPS, a SeaTalkNG (NMEA2000) interface […]
Our AIT2000 and AIT3000 Class B transponders are supplied with a GPS antenna that has a 10m cable terminated in an FME connector (right hand connector in the above image). These connectors are very slim, not much larger than the coax cable and are much easier to route through the […]
We’ve been busy at Digital Yacht over the past year and the infographic we produced below shows just how many new, innovative and award winning products we’ve introduced recently. Most importantly, there’s more to come. Thanks for staying tuned!
Tuesday 24th February at 1915 will see The Little Ship Club in London host the first of a series of talks from Digital Yacht entitled “Next Generation Navigation” The compass was invented in the 1400s and the sextant and log came in the 1700’s. It then took nearly 300 […]