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What is an NMEA buffer?

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An NMEA buffer, sometimes called a splitter or expander or amplifier, collects NMEA 0183 data from a single (or dual) talker and then sends the data to multiple NMEA 0183 listeners

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This NMEA buffer accepts all RS-232, RS-422, and TTL signals and is electrically isolated. The output of NMEA0183 complies with RS-422 specifications. So this can be used with RS-422 splitters as well as NMEA splitters

 

 

Most NMEA buffers/splitters/expanders have two inputs. So if the data stops at one input then it automatically or manually switches the data to another input.

 

 

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