BASIC MARINE ELECTRONICS COURSE
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Welcome to this basic marine electronics course. Let us see what we are going to learn in this course. The first part of the course is about the sensors, including wind sensors, speed sensors, depth sensors and all others installed on board – what are the differences between different technologies used to build the sensors, how we are supposed to install and maintain them.
The second part of the course is devoted to the protocols and networks – so, what are the differences between different protocols used in marine electronics, why is one better than the other, what is the wiring to connect electronics, and how can the products by the different manufacturers be compared.
The third part is about the screens or displays – where to install those, differences between screen building technologies etc. After that we will move to the processors – what functions are calculated inside the processors, what is the mathematics and logic behind it, and why are they so important.
The fifth, and last, part of the course is about the onboard computers and onboard navigational software – how can we integrate our electronic systems in the computer and navigation software, why it is important and why and how it make our system a complete system, allowing us to sail safer and faster.
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