Wind, Speed, and Depth Instruments

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  • Wired vs Wireless
     Subscribers OnlyTo wire, or not to wire? This is a good question, and there are certainly some pluses and minus to consider. For...
  • Wireless Multiplexers
     Subscribers OnlyBefore we plunge headfirst (again) into the world of multiplexers with this test report, here’s a quick review...
  • A NMEA 2000—and Beyond—Survival Guide
     Subscribers OnlyNMEA 2000 (aka NMEA 2K or N2K) is the communication standard replacing NMEA 0183. It is a technical standard (IEC...
  • Wind Systems Part 2: Data Display and User Interface
     Subscribers OnlyIt’s dusk on an overcast, gusty day, and raw data is pouring into your wind display from the masthead, GPS, and...
  • Wind Sensor Testing
     Subscribers OnlyFor better or for worse, the modern cruising sailor is becoming more like an airplane pilot. Safely ensconced out of...
  • Test Driving New Nobeltec TZ
    Nobeltec, a marine-navigation software developer based in the U.S., recently released a new chartplotting app for the...
  • Updating Onboard Electronics with N2K
    A sailboat is no place for unnecessary complexity, which was the direction PS contributor Dan Corcoran was headed on...
  • Weather4D iPad App Review
     Subscribers OnlyAs a followup to our April 2012 report on useful iPad apps for sailors, we recently sea-trialed the new Weather4D...
  • A Look at B&G’s New Zeus Touch
     Subscribers OnlySailing and tactical software has long been B&G’s strong suit. The Zeus Touch is the first time the Navico...
  • The Fine Art of Sensing the Wind
    The cheapest wind indicators are bestowed at birth: your nose, the back of your neck, and your fingers. Forget...

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