The first recreational marine radar dome that uses CHIRP pulse-compression to deliver radar imaging effectively at both long and short ranges.
Get comfortable with your radar, and it will help make you more comfortable at the helm in all conditions.
With a 4-kilowatt transceiver inside, the DRS4DL Radar from Furuno doubles the available power of the previous model in the same 19-inch radome.
With the introduction of Simrad's open-array Halo radar, boaters get solid-state technology combined with a smart user interface.
Relying on navigation electronics is a double-edged sword. Trust is necessary, along with constant doubt. Only together can these diametrically opposed conditions work to get us...
Radar shows us what we cannot see, due to distance, fog, and darkness. But the way it does that is undergoing a major change, and we wanted to know more. Tim Bartlett learned all...
How To Double Down on Radar
Sometimes one radar will pick up interference from another's pulse; but a radar's interference rejection (IR) filters remove that interference, and most operators use IR...
Editor-at-Large John Brownlee went angling for billfish off the coast of an up-and-coming resort called Costa Palmas. Find out if it was boom or bust for Brownlee.
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