Marine Demonstrator aids transceiver manufacture

CML Microcircuits has released the DE70322T AIS Class B Demonstrator, including a reference design package, further expanding its Marine Communications product profile.

The DE70322T package is an aid for manufacturers to develop a new state-of-the-art, small form factor AIS Class B transceiver, help toward certification and target the right markets. The reference design package includes schematics, Gerber files, BOM and source code.

This device suits AIS Class B Transceivers, SOTDMA/CSTDMA and Dual AIS receiver operation applications.

The design integrates a high performance dual channel receiver/single transmitter on 161.975MHz (AIS channel 1) and 162.025MHz (AIS channel 2) in a very small PCB footprint (122mm x 55mm).

Based on the flexible CMX7032 Marine AIS Processor platform, it also incorporates an embedded ARM controller for application code.

Out-of-the-box the unit delivers a standalone dual channel AIS receiver and source code which is provided as part of the reference design package.

Full AIS Class B transceiver operation can be achieved via a Function Image download, available from CML technical portal.

CML is supportive of conserving the natural environment and aims to manage its operations in ways that are environmentally friendly and economically viable. CML provides RoHS compliant, lead-free (Pb-free) products.

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