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AIS 3410

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Automatic Identification System

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communications like this are a commonplace occurrence for the officer on watch during night time, especially in coastal waters. The weak link in the past generations of ARPA electronics is the inability to identify a single radar target when multiple contacts are being tracked and a visual identification is impossible. To identify a target by the means of VHF contains a lot of guess work with no guarantee for success. It leads to confusion and is an important factor for many collisions and near-collisions. This uncertainty belongs now to the past. The Automatic Identification System AIS...

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The AIS 3410 is a unique equipment which supports the officer on watch by providinq detailed tarqet and traffic information. To optimise the benefits of the AIS the information will be displayed on the main naviqation equipment, the RADARPILOT 1x00 series, the RADARPILOT 9x00 ARPA series and the CHARTPILOT 93xx/ llxx series. The transponder transmits own ship's data like position, course, speed and identification and receives the same information from other AIS transponders within VHF ranqe. The officer on watch will have not only accurate course, speed and distance in real time of each...

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The AIS 3410 operates in the SOTDMA (Self Organised Time Division Multiple Access) mode, which means the transponder is organising its transmissions autonomously by means of time slots based on a common reference system. Using the UTC time signal transmitted by GPS as a reference a frame of one minute length Is divided in 2225 single time slots. The transmission of one AIS data telegram should take normally one time slot. The maximum number of slots to be occupied for longer telegrams Is five. AIS transponder Is monitoring the time slots occupied by other transponder and starts transmitting...

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Display Systems The AIS 3410 is suitable for integration into bridge systems or for retrofit. Depending on the installed eguipment different options and features are available. The flexible system architecture allows it to customise the installation depending on the needs of our customers. In an Integrated Bridge System the display of the AIS data and the operation of the transponder takes place at the navigation workplace. This can RADARPILOT 9x00 ARPA or the CHARTPILOT 93xx / 11xx series. The information will be available on all installed radar and ECDIS displays. AIS targets will be...

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Technical Data ■ Receiver: Single board receiver SAM Electronics GmbH Phone: +49 (0)40-88 25-2841 Products Automation, Navigation and Communication Fax +49 (0)40 - 88 25 - 41 16 22763 Hamburg • Germany www.sam-electronics.de

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