Raymarine has just announced their all new Cyclone open array radar. What makes it so new and great? First, this is Raymarine's first open array solid state radar. They've been doing this new technology for years with their Quantum domes, but now offer it in open array. Solid state radars generally use less power, emit less radiation, turn on faster, and most importantly the signal can be manipulated more. This last feature results in improved image quality, and some neat features.
The image quality is improved because this radar uses CHIRP (Compressed high intensity radar pulse). This sends out a blast of frequencies and listens back for all of them. To explain this at the most basic level, if a target is shown on multiple frequencies and missing on a few others, the system determines it is a real target. Conversely if a target only shows up on a
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Radars are the greatest collision avoidance system made for the recreational boater. Marine radars allow you to navigate through darkness, fog and choppy weather conditions. Today, radars are compact units that draw minimal electricity and fit boats as small as 18' in length. Radar can be a real life saver when paired with the best electronics package. Consider the following questions when browsing for a radar:
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In 2019 Simrad has introduced their new Cruise Series. These units are offered in 5, 7 and 9 inch versions. If you are in need of a full featured chartplotter and a capable sonar then the Cruise should be all you need. And with the low price point, you may be able to get a larger screen size than you could with other units. The Cruise Series is ideal for boats with simple navigational needs. Wakeboard boats, small fishing boats, express cruisers and sail boats.
Garmin recently introduced the Panoptix LiveScope transducer featuring live, real time scanning sonar. Pick your targets and skip waisting casts. The transducer can be mounted on a trolling motor for forward and down views, or on the transom for downward-looking views.
Introducing Simrad's new mid-level VHF radio, the RS40, newest replacement to the RS35. Simrad decided to take it to the next level with the new affordable VHF which features Track Buddy, Navigation Mode, Built in AIS and the option to add up to two wireless handsets. Purchase your new Simrad RS40 at BOE Marine with expert advice, free shipping, and the best shopping experience.
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