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SI-TEX MDA-3 Metadata Zero Loss AIS Antenna Splitter

SI-TEX MDA-3 Metadata Zero Loss AIS Antenna Splitter

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The Metadata AIS Zero Loss Antenna Splitter allows for the full use of VHF communications and AIS send/receive with a single antenna.

Features

  • Waterproof rated for flexible location and rugged performance in any marine environment
  • Clear Call Routing (CCR) ensures VHF radio emergency call priority
  • Designed for easy integration with marine electronics
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Utilizes a compact (5.5"X3.9"X1.9") module that is IPx7 Waterproof rated, for flexible location and rugged performance in any marine environment.

This sophisticated antenna splitter was developed specifically for use with Class B AIS transceivers, providing optimum AIS and VHF radio performance in all situations. Sophisticated electronics packed into this rugged, waterproof splitter ensure no loss to the received signal, maintaining existing VHF reception range and performance. Built-in safety features such as Clear Call Routing (CCR) ensure VHF radio emergency call priority - and continued full-performance operation, even if the power input should fail. The Metadata AIS Zero Loss Antenna Splitter is designed for easy integration with marine electronics, and can also be utilized for clear FM broadcast reception.

 

  • Supplied with
    • 2m power and FM cable
    • 1m Accessory Cable
    • User manual and quick start guide
    • Product CD
    • Fixing screws
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