Click on this Quake Alarm and you will link to a doc. from the Office of Energency Services, in Chile; concerning the Quake Alarm.
'the 911 monster'
Mesothelioma victims click on the asbestos sign, for help
Magellan Systems Corporation
- New Products for 1996 -
For those who want the true mariner's unit
- with all the features - the new GPS 3000 is an ideal choice. It packs
everything a navigator needs into one easy to use, pocket-sized unit. Six
easy-to-understand screens show you where you are, where you've been, and
where you're going. The convenient "Go To" button will take you
to any of 200 user-stored way points - fishing holes, wrecks, reefs,
buoys, points, whatever you choose. The versatile track plotter with an
adjustable scale displays way point information and allows you to pan and
scan and "Go To" any highlighted way point. Slip the GPS 3000
into its carrying case or fix-mount it with the swivel bracket provided.
The optional power/data/external antenna
kit provides additional utility, allowing you to connect to external
power, making the unit NMEA and differential ready and providing you the
ability to navigate below deck. Rugged, durable, and waterproof,
the GPS 3000 is built tough. It features an internal antenna, and runs up
to 17 continuous hours on just 4 AA alkaline batteries.
For convenience, reliability, and ease of
use, the GPS 3000 is hard to beat.
Links to Learn More About GPS
the University NAVSTAR Consortium containing information on GPS, the
UNAVCO pool of GPS equipment available for academic research, and
descriptions of projects supported by UNAVCO.
U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center Home Page with general information
on GPS and the Coast Guard DGPS beacon system.
United States Navy
Internet Park Web site with information on and additional links for
GPS, GIS, and digital mapping.
Magellan microCOM-M Global Satellite Phone
From Magellan Systems
The microCOM-M brings the world closer
through global voice, fax and data communications. The new micro COM-M is
the smallest, lightest and most affordable phone of its kind today. It
enables instant communication from any location on earth and is an
invaluable tool for scientific and business communications, search and
rescue operations and as an emergency communication link. It is extremely
easy to use - just connect it to a power source, aim the antenna to the
appropriate satellite, insert the Access TeleCard (tm) and dial. It is as
easy as placing a phone call from your home or office.
- Super-compact, easily carried anywhere
6.8" x 11.3" x 2.8" (17.3cm x 28.7cm x 7.1cm)
- Extremely lightweight, only 5.5 lbs.
- High quality, durable impact-resistant
copolymer and die-cast aluminum construction
- Maximum voice quality: 6.4 kbps digital
- 3 interface ports: voice (RJ11), fax
(RJ11), data port (RS-232 9-pin)
- Unique integrated hinged antenna
- Power input: 10 to 16 VDC
- Power consumption: 65 watts transmit, 10
- G/T: -12 dB/K
- Operating temperature: -13 deg. F to
+131 deg. F (-25 deg. C to +55 deg. C)
- Meets Inmarsat-M SDM for portable MES
microCOM-M Ships With:
- Satellite phone handset with 7' of cable
- 12 VDC power cable with cigarette
- Soft carrying case
- Quick start guide
- User manual with compass
U.S. Domestic Price - On Request
- NiMH Battery Pack - On Request
6 hours standby; 1 hour transmit
- AC/DC Converter/Charger - On Request
- System Soft Case - On Request
Holds complete unit with battery and charger
- Fax Software Upgrade - On Request
- Data Software Upgrade - On Request
- STU III Software Upgrade - On Request
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