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JRC WAAS Antenna — July 2002
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The more accurate position-fix information your boat's electronics receive, the better able you are to plot and navigate your boat's course.

JRC's latest WAAS/GPS-112 (pictured here) and WAAS/DGPS-212 antennas are designed to decipher (in real-time) which position information source (GPS, DGPS, WAAS) is providing the most accurate data and send it to any display, such as your boat's radar, plotter, fishfinder, and the like. Earlier versions of these antennas were strictly GPS-capable or DGPS-capable.

The WAAS/GPS-112 offers accuracy to within 45 feet, while the WAAS/DGPS-212 should bring you within 15 feet of your target. Both are available through most major marine electronics dealers and have a suggested retail price of $379 and $759, respectively.

JRC Phone: (206) 654-5644. Fax: (206) 654-7030.

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This article originally appeared in the January 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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