TMQ introduces a new range of AMEC AIS and MOB devices

November 2010
Ausmarine;Nov2010, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p26
Trade Publication
The article introduces several automatic identification system (AIS) products from AMEC, including the Camino-201 AMEC all-in-one Class B AIS, the AMEC MOB Dolphin system and the AMEC VHF/GPS "combo antenna."


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