WM-RBII Radar Beacon (RACON)
RACONS are receiver/transmitter devices operating in the maritime radar frequency bands (9 and 3 Ghz) that enhance the detection and identification of certain radar targets.
The WM-RBII is a second generation racon, using all solid-state electronics designed to meet with the recommendation and guidelines from IALA/IMO.
The WM-RBII is a frequency-agile racon and hence responds on the frequency on which they are interrogated. Upon receiving a pulse signal from a ship-borne radar, the WM-RBII transmits back a Morse-coded signal whose frequency is identical with that of the ship-borne radar, and leaves a clear signal on the ship’s radar display indicating its own position with precision.
WM-AIS-2000 AIS Aids-to-Navigation
The WM-AIS-2000 AIS Aids-to-Navigation multifunctional transponder is designed to provide AIS information in accordance with ITU-R M.1371-1 and IALA Recommendation A-126 on the use of Automatic Identification System (AIS) in Marine Aids to Navigation.
WM-AIS-2000 supports AIS VDL messages 6, 8, 12 and 21. Message selection and transmission schedule is user configurable. Message 21 could include telemetry statuses, using regional or local application data field.