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Re: GPS Accuracy - how much is actually needed

Originally Posted by Alex W View Post
Since the OP has a Raymarine A67 I said iOS or Android because the Raymarine remote display app only works on iOS and Android. Sadly there is no Win8 or Winphone version.

The Raymarine remote display app is basically remote desktop (or VNC) for the plotter and gives you a second interactive display anywhere that you want it on the boat. If I'm anchored in an unusual situation I'll leave my cockpit plotter turned on and use the remote display below to keep an eye on our depth and location.
Sorry, sloppy reading, I didn't realize that you were referring to proprietary repeater software. I thought you were suggesting a second, independent chartplotter on a tablet.

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