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The Importance Of Having Marine VHF Radios On board

VHF radios are cheap to buy these days, have a long lifespan, and are easy and quick to use. The beauty of using a VHF radio is that it is a “one to many” communication system. This means that if you broadcast on Channel 16, the call-up and emergency channel, other VHF radios turned on in your area will hear you. If you need assistance quickly, then other boats in your area are your best option.  ...

Read more  Marine VHF radio,  onboard,  Channel 16,  waterproof

The Importance Of Emergence Calls Information

This is an epidemic problem as ninety percent of boaters who call the Coast Guard for emergency help have not both registered and interconnected their VHF radios, meaning that our 21st Century safety network will not work.  ...

Read more  Emergence Call,  DSC,  GPS,  VHF radio

How to know if you need a new marine antenna

While out at sea, being able to communicate using marine antennas is of vital importance. Whether it’s for commercial fishing or for recreational use, a marine antenna is a vessel’s lifeline to the outside world. Your boat’s marine antenna is something that you don’t want to take for granted. While many people do their best to predict weather patterns and swear that their own experience has taught them enough to be safe at sea,  ...

Read more  marine antenna,  lifeline,  marine radio,  boat

Marine VHF Radio RA27 MMSI Parameter Setting

There are two types of maritime VHF radio: Handheld and fixed, in which the fixed maritime VHF radio contains MMSI code. Different brands of maritime VHF radios have different editing methods for MMSI code. The following is a brief introduction to the MMSI code editing method of RA27.  ...

Read more  MMSI,  Marine VHF radio

What to consider when you choose a Marine VHF radio?

Marine VHF radio is an important safety tool for mariners, but the wide range of available models and functions makes it difficult to choose when buying. Below we give some suggestions to help you make a choice. First, the Marine VHF radio must be easy to use. The maritime climate and environment change rapidly. Second, the Marine VHF radio must have standard power, 25W or 5W.  ...

Read more  Marine VHF radio,  maritime climate,  power,  noise cancelling

Marine radio--Handheld VS Built-in

With the development of technology, communication has become more and more convenient, but new technology hasn’t replaced the marine radio. If your boat is boat is broken down, sinking, capsized or there is a medical emergency, you will need a radio to call for help. If you are going more than five miles offshore, we highly recommend having either VHF, a 27 MHz, or HF radio. While you are at sea, you must have your radio turned on and tuned to the distress frequency.  ...

Read more  VHF marine Handheld,  Built-in,  convenient

Handheld VHF marine radio VS Fixed mount marine radio

First, what is a handheld VHF? A handheld VHF is as it sounds, a VHF radio that fits in your hand. These radios are a lightweight, compact solution that can go anywhere you do, even outside your vessel. The trade-off for having a portable solution is that it will have a decreased range when compared to its fixed mount counterparts。  ...

Read more  handheld VHF,  DSC,  Marine radio

DSC could save your life

Digital Selective Calling (DSC) is primarily used to initiate distress calls to shore stations and other vessels via your DSC radio. All DSC-equipped shore stations and vessels will hear your distress signal as an alarm. It will be repeated every 4 minutes until acknowledged. A DSC alert signal has a 15% greater range than a voice transmission and therefore is more likely to reach a vessel or rescue center  ...

Read more  DSC,  MMSI,  save life,  coastguards

Retevis Marine RA26

The RA26 is Retevis entry-level VHF handheld. It has eight front-panel keys that illuminate when pressed and provide access to all features. The RA26 is internally regulated, meaning there is no charging cradle-you charge it by simply plugging the wall charger directly into the radio. This gives users one less component to worry about as there is no cradle and no exposed, corrosion-prone metal contact points to contend with. A watertight, screw-in cover protects the charging port on the radio.  ...

Read more  entry-level VHF handheld,  weather channel,  waterproof

VHF marine radio for trainers

In a few weeks, various sailing competitions will be held one after another. Many people began to prepare various equipment, and many enthusiasts participated in the training. The coaches in the training center will do their best. Therefore, almost every coach must have a VHF marine radio.  ...

Read more  marine radio handheld,  marine VHF radio,  license