The IP-based Danphone NAVTEX transmitter system is scalable and can be customised to suit all requirements - from a single-transmitter setup to a complex national system with multiple operators and transmitter sites installed at various remote locations.
Incorporating Danphone’s intuitive graphical user interface, the system offers a wide range of opportunities, such as PC remote control and the facility of editing and compiling NAVTEX messages to be transmitted automatically at pre-selected times and frequencies.
The server free architecture ensures transmission of prepared messages even if the network is down.
The transmitters are designed for standard 19" rack mount and can be installed in separate cabinets or stacked together in one cabinet. For example, a 1,800 mm / 40 HU cabinet can contain all the equipment needed for a main/standby system with duplicated transmitters and power supplies.
NAVTEX is an internationally coordinated and automated direct-printing service for promulgation of navigational and meteorological warnings, meteorological forecasts and other urgent information to ships.
NAVTEX is a component of the Worldwide Navigation Warning Service (WWNWS) defined by the IMO. NAVTEX is also a major element of the Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS) mandated by the international convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) dating back to August 1993.