Hot off the presses at Pocket Mariner a fantastic new review of our receiver working with their software. They compared it with some other top sellers and their conclusion was:
If you are on a small boat and your AIS aerial is at most 10m above sea level the VHF ship spotting horizon range will be about 12NM (see note at end on calculating VHF horizon range). The Quark easily met that target for spotting ships.
Read the whole review at pocketmariner.com
Jim Ferguson aboard the Mischief Managed recently purchased a QK-A026.
He made a YouTube Video Guide to setting it up and had some really nice things to say about it:
After I bought this I had really high hopes for it. As it turns out my hopes have been mostly realized. I can connect iNavX on my iPad and MacENC on my Macintosh computer wirelessly and receive GPS and AIS data while the A026 is happily providing AIS target data to my Garmin GPSMap 3206 chart plotter. Anyway, I am ecstatic with the way this has worked out.