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What is NMEA in Beidou Navigation ?

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What is NMEA in Beidou Navigation ?

 

The NMEA protocol is a set of communication protocols developed by the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA-The National Marine Electronics Associa-tion) in order to establish a unified BTCM (Radio Technical Committee for Maritime Affairs) standard in different GPS navigation equipment.

 


The GPS receiver transmits position, speed and other information to PCs, PDAs and other devices through the serial port according to the standard specifications of the NMEA-0183 protocol.

 


The NMEA-0183 protocol is a standard protocol that GPS receivers should comply with. It is also the most widely used protocol on GPS receivers. Most common GPS receivers, GPS data processing software, and navigation software comply with or are at least compatible with this protocol.

 


However, there are also a few manufacturers whose devices use self-agreed protocols, such as GARMIN's GPS devices (some GARMIN devices can also output data compatible with the NMEA-0183 protocol). In terms of software, the well-known Google Earth currently does not support the NMEA-0183 protocol, but Google Earth has stated that it will be compatible with the NMEA-0183 protocol as soon as possible.

 


We make a lot of cables that compatible with Garmin  & Lowrance

 


We make cables below :

 

Garmin Ethernet Cable

Garmin NMEA2000 Cable

NMEA 2000 Inline Terminator

Garmin Marine Network Adapter Black Small

Garmin Marine Network Cable w/Small Connector

NMEA2000 Micro-C Bulkhead feedthrough connector

Garmin GMS 10 Network Port Expander Swtich Cable

 

 

Hope we have chance to be your supplier, for more info, you can see from our website : https://www.premier-cable.net/products/NMEA_2000_Cable.html

 

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