1 – Radio room clock
with green and red sectors for the silence period
2 – Station panel
Display of station data, ro name, time, position and speed
3 – Main receiver
All-wave receiver for the range from 30 kHz to 30 MHz. Seven
Memory locations for any frequencies that can be selected, one fixed for 500 kHz.
4 – Transmitter
Transmitter for all ship frequencies as well as one fixed frequency, if a
Coast station was selected
5 – Control-Panel
Multifunction control panel with band switch,
activity indicator, display switch, oscilloscope, change of course
and speed, server control display and an emergency receiver for 500
6 – Steering compass
Steering compass for displaying and changing the course (to change,
using the mouse wheel when the mouse pointer is on the compass and
the NAV button is off).
7 – Oscilloskop
If the morse key is connected, an oscilloscope can be used
to show the input and output signal (InSig / OutSig).
8 – Scrolling for receiving text
Text display of decoded Morse code as rolling text (only if characters
entered with the morse key or in morse chat)
9 – Display
Alternating display after selection. Digital nautical charts with
display of ships and coastal radio stations (OpenSeaMap), Morsechat
as well as telegram form (more in progress).
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