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Old 07-11-2010, 12:23   #16
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As a good practice though I would agree with you in using separate GPS feed at 4800 baud if you have the connectivity available.
Sorry yes I forgot about the new Wide C series. it as you say has an internal GPS sensor.

However there no advantage in using 0183 for the GPS sensor, use seatalk or seatalkng via a raystar 125 sensor is the best. Ray doesnt do 0183 well.

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Sorry yes I forgot about the new Wide C series. it as you say has an internal GPS sensor.

However there no advantage in using 0183 for the GPS sensor, use seatalk or seatalkng via a raystar 125 sensor is the best. Ray doesnt do 0183 well.

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I wonder why you make that last statement, although I agree use Seatalk where you can. I use both successfully with Raymarine MFD.

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I just got an aswer from the Digital Yacht company:

The AIT1000 requires its own GPS antenna and dedicated VHF or suitable
splitter like our SPL250. We also have a small HA156
dedicated AIS antenna which is like a small helical whip and can fit to the
stern rail
The AIT1000 can provide a NMEA feed to an E series of GPS and AIS data, so in
that case you would not need a Raystar 125 antenna.

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