The Simrad Broadband 4G Radar has 50% more true range than Broadband 3G Radar.
Simrad's revolutionary Broadband 4GT Radar offers all of the benefits of the Broadband 3G Radar, including a true 200' working range, plus some spectacular extra features. The Broadband 4G has an impressive 50% improvement in range and target detection capability with a new 36 nautical mile range and 18 range scales to accommodate the increased performance. Broadband 4G is the first dome antenna to employ beamsharpening. This technology enables a new feature called Target Separation Control, which improves the azimuth resolution - or effective antenna horizontal beamwidth - up to the 2X resolution of any 18" dome. This is equivalent of a 3-1/2 foot open array radar!
When paired with the Simrad NSO and NSE series, the Broadband 4G Radar is capable of high speed operation, up to 48RPM and has a new Dual Range feature, which allows unprecedented simultaneous working ranges, anywhere from 200 feet up to 36 nautical miles. No other radar in the world can do this. The 4G all-around performance results including exceptional clutter rejection are nothing short of mind-blowing, dramatically increasing situational awareness among novice and professional users alike, thus proving the Broadband 4G Radar is the only on-water radar choice.
Now you can see crystal clear targets up to 32nm away and inside strong storm cells more than 17nm away.
Capable of displaying Dual Range radar combination when combined with an NSE or NSO system. Monitor targets from 200 feet to 32nm from a single dome.
High Speed Mode
Select 48 RPM* for almost instant updating at less than 1nm
*48rpm currently available on NSE, NSO and Zeus units only
MARPA Target Tracking
Track up to 10 targets. Track up to 10 targets as standard or up to 20 in Dual Range mode with independent control.
No reason to open the dome, no tune or zero mile adjustment, and no radar-licensed technician required
Dual Guard Zones
Protect yourself from more angles
Solid-state technology produces an immediate,
accurate on-screen image unlike normal warm-up
times associated with magnetron pulse radars.
Proven auto harbour and offshore modes including
directional clutter rejection.
Extremely Low Emissions
Safer than any other radar currently on the market and emitting less radiation than a mobile phone allowing it to be mounted anywhere.
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