For Long and Short Range

Raymarine’s Quantum is a Wi-Fi-ready, solid-state radar with CHIRP pulse compression.

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The new Quantum Wireless CHIRP Radar by Raymarine.Courtesy Raymarine

The new Quantum Wireless CHIRP Radar from Raymarine was at the Miami International Boat Show this year. It uses CHIRP pulse-compression technology to provide what FLIR calls "a new standard" in solid-state radar.

According to the manufacturer, the technology creates “unsurpassed” resolution and separation of targets including boats, rocks and weather cells. Targets can be detected at a minimum range of 18 feet.

The Quantum unit can connect to any Raymarine LightHouse II-powered multifunction device through a Wi-Fi connection. Also, according to Raymarine, the unit weighs half that of traditional magnetron radars.

Power consumption: It's reportedly low, 17 watts when transmitting and 7 watts on standby.

The new Quantum Wireless CHIRP Radar from Raymarine was at the Miami International Boat Show this year. It uses CHIRP pulse-compression technology to provide what FLIR calls "a new standard" in solid-state radar.

According to the manufacturer, the technology creates “unsurpassed” resolution and separation of targets including boats, rocks and weather cells. Targets can be detected at a minimum range of 18 feet.

The Quantum unit can connect to any Raymarine LightHouse II-powered multifunction device through a Wi-Fi connection. Also, according to Raymarine, the unit weighs half that of traditional magnetron radars.

Power consumption: It's reportedly low, 17 watts when transmitting and 7 watts on standby.