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Old 13-06-2015, 08:03   #31
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Re: Anyone familiar w/std horiz GX 2200

Originally Posted by colemj View Post
To solve the problem, I just swapped the SH AIS NMEA output for the transponder output. Now the SH NMEA output is only used for DSC.

I would do that too but the SH antenna is on the masthead and the transponder antenna is on the davits. The SH therefore receives much better. I could use a splitter I guess but the transponder is in an engine room and would require either moving it or a lomg cable run, both of which I'm just too lazy to do.

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