Multi-Station VHF With Intuitive Touchscreen Operation by Vesper

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May 7, 2020

Vesper Cortex, the advanced multi-station VHF, AIS, monitor with intuitive touchscreen operation is a Full Class B SOTDMA.  SmartAIS send and receive and integrated no-loss splitter. Monitor and control onboard systems and keep alerted on board or ashore from your smartphone. Includes M1 hub, tethered H1 handset and accessories Built-in Class B SOTDMA with no-loss antenna splitter Built-in WiFi and Cellular connectivity on monitoring on board and ashore Low power consumption hub 10Hz GPS antenna 4-inch multi-touch display with gorilla glass for maximum durability Single hand operation with click wheel and dedicated buttons Wet and glove capable touchscreen Optically bonded display for wide-angle and sunlight viewability, even in the harshest midday sun 85 dBA of crystal-clear audio Combined AIS and VHF display with voiced alerts Touch a vessel onscreen for direct calling (DSC).

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