4G Xtream from Digital Yacht gets you connected afloat

4G Xtream from Digital Yacht

July 29, 2021

4G Xtream is Digital Yacht’s latest, premium LTE (cellular) internet access product. It offers fast internet connectivity up to 25NM offshore and ships as a complete package with dual external antennas, deck mounting hardware and cabling. Just plug in a SIM card and you’re good to go. You can bring your office to the boat plus the kids will take an instant interest in boating with reliable internet!

Using the latest Cat 6 modem technology MIMO technology and two external wide band LTE antennas, it offers very fast connectivity at up to 300 MBs (network dependent). It has a built-in dual band wifi router supporting multiple connections, dual SIM slots (with auto fail over if required), built in GPS (for IOT and tracking applications) as well as an NMEA 2000 interface for navigation and instrument data connectivity and wireless interfacing. This allows the boat’s navigation data such as AIS and GPS to be utilized by popular apps on tablets and iPads. There’s also a Bluetooth interface for future connectivity applications.

The system also supports SMS alert messaging so it can be used for boat monitoring with an external input for an alarm for example activating a message to your mobile.

4G Xtream is available now and is priced at CA $2059 plus GST. Further information at www.digitalyacht.ca

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