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Please advise the model and availability of a GPS system suitable for attachment to my CobraMarine VHF marine radio MR F55 EU. With my thanks, Barrie Sanderson

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Try any garmin or megellan with nema outputs.

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Qual a antena apropiada


Oi falinha

Eu pe?o desculpas para meu portugu?s pobre, mas a antena que voc? exige ? uma antena marinha com PL-259 conector.

Eu espero que isto ajuda-o.

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Does this unit have a distress signal that a Nema 0183 data cable can attach to


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GPS RECEIVER LEAD
Connects to a GPS receiver for position indication.
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Color code:

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Green: NMEA IN ( )

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Howdy from South Texas and Merry christmas.

Here is your link and enjoy the Holidays.

http://cobra.com/downloads/manuals/MRF55_manual-Eng.pdf

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