Bob Pingel is the Boat Doctor for Sailing Magazine:
Dear Boat Doctor, My VHF radio is not working very well. I seem to receive okay, but my friends struggle to hear me when I transmit. I want to replace the radio, but I want to make sure the new one works well. Where should I start?
GSG-7 delivers the highest standard of GNSS signal testing in a cost-effective, easy-to-use, turnkey form factor supporting navigation and timing systems
Orolia has released the GSG-7, its latest GNSS signal testing solution.
Orolia made the announcement at the ION GNSS+ conference
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Tallysman Wireless has added the housed SSL990XF full-band survey-grade GNSS antenna to its line of GNSS products.
The SSL990XF uses a derivative of Tallysman’s patented VeroStar antenna element to provide full GNSS + L-band corrections frequency coverage.
The SSL990XF is 63
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