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NAVTEX Pad lets you view NAVTEX and Radio Teletype (RTTY) marine weather transmissions on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. Just set it near a radio (or for better quality decoding, connect a cable from the radio's audio output jack to the microphone jack), tune in a NAVTEX frequency (usually 518 kHz), and watch the transmissions. NAVTEX weather and marine safety messages are transmitted from dozens of sites around the world. Now you can display these messages without buying a dedicated NAVTEX receiver. Both BAUDOT and ASCII RTTY can also be decoded. The shift and baud can can be selected from the standard values. You can also save your received text to view later, or transfer to your computer via iTunes. Schedules of upcoming NAVTEX transmissions are available within the app, so you'll never miss one. Visit the support page for step by step instructions for using the app: http://www.blackcatsystems.com/ipad/iPad_NAVTEX_Pad_FAQ.html Buy your copy of NAVTEX pad today, and never be without up to date marine weather information again.
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Used this app along with their HF fax program. Neither were able to decode. Not worth the money.
Would be worth more money to Black Cat if they gave it away for free and charged for a user manual. A total POC! Do not buy this!
The least they could do is deliver it configured for US Navtext stations which are like most of the world, or with instructions for same, but no. The instructions just list the settings with barely enough detail that someone knowledgable about the technicalities of Navtext could figure the rest out. Does it work? Yeah, sort of, if you ever figure out the settings and are having a good day on the radio. But if you’re serious about receiving Navtext broadcasts, which means you’re offshore 200 miles or more, you wouldn’t want to be depending on this app for your weather. So far I’ve managed to receive about 50% of a Navtext broadcast and the novelty has worn off.
Great tool for DXing! My first night with this app, I logged 5 different NAVTEX signals on the east coast!! Directions on Black Cat's website may be a little easier to understand than the ones contained in the app. Also the app records broadcasts as text files - just remember to select "create a new file" and to clear what youve already received from the main screen for each instance otherwise it all ends up in one text file. BRILLIANT!!
I am using a Grundig G3 radio at 517 khz ussb, the program settings at 930 center frequency and invert audio signal on and it decodes Navtex perfectly. I just set it near my radio speaker. Even with a local thunderstorm the day I was wrinting this, the program decode the Navtex transmission.
Developed by Black Cat Systems.
NAVTEX Pad is ranking in Utilities & Lifestyle
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 1.4.
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NAVTEX Pad have a 6a user reviews.
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