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FAQ: easySPLIT OCB

The class B transmitter, as you know, is a “light” version of the class A transmitter. The differences are:Class B: lower rate of telegrams (e.g. every 30s for a speed of 14kn, whereas for the class A transmitter it is every 10s). Does not transmit the IMO number or the call sign. Does not transmit ETA ordestination. Does not transmit the status of navigation. It is necessary to receive or transmit binary messages. Does not transmit if the the ship is turning. Does not transmit the draft.

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FAQ: easySPLIT OCB >>>

Yes, that is right.

The normal easySplit has a lower standby-current because the relays, which is switching off the AIS and FM – radio while the VHF-transmission, does not need a current during the standby mode. However the pin-diods inside the easySplit OCB need a standby-current.

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FAQ: easySPLIT OCB >>>

It is possible to combine your DSC Pacific with our easySPLIT OCB. But please do not put the easySPLIT OCB between box and antenna, but on the exit for the VHF radio.

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