We always like to improve our products as we receive feedback from users so the new stock, available now, supports Station Mode:
as well as Ad hoc Mode:
This means you will be able to access the multiplexer remotely from anywhere on (or even off!) the vessel using a single AP or router, as well as connecting directly to it with your phone or tablet.
A lovely review from Alfonso in Spain, see it in the original Spanish on our Tindie outlet
Hi. I do not speak English, so I’ll say it in Spanish, which is my language.
I am delighted with AIS Receiver Google usb, it works perfectly, sometimes even without having connected the antenna. Shipping was fast. The price very, very good.
Thanks Alfonso! We’re glad you like it
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
There is nothing like a good review to kick off the week and Glen Swanson of Denmark has written a cracking review of the QK-A026 that he bought from us through Tindie.
You can see more details on the QK-A026 here on the blog and on our main website and buy it from our Online Mall
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