GPK-11

SI-TEX GPK-11 GPS Antenna

SI-TEX GPK-11 GPS Antenna

Description

The new GPK-11 receiver adds unprecedented positioning accuracy to your existing electronics by utilizing advanced WAAS technology and best of all, it can be mounted next to most other onboard electronics without signal interference.

Features

  • Will put your boat within 3 meters of your waypoint in most situations
  • Interfaces seamlessly with charting systems, track plotters, autopilots and other NMEA-0183 systems
  • Corrections are uplinked to satellites for complete U.S. coverage and out to 200 miles offshore
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  • Will put your boat within 3 meters of your waypoint in most situations great for revisiting fishing hotspots.
  • Interfaces seamlessly with charting systems, track plotters, autopilots and other NMEA-0183 systems.
  • Corrections are uplinked to satellites for complete U.S. coverage and out to 200 miles offshore.
  • All components housed in a single compact unit for convenient installation.
  • Rugged, weatherproof construction.
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