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Yes, you probably need to have Raymarine's GPS antenna. I doubt that the two brands are interchangeable. :)
 

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The Raymarine unit isn't just an antenna, but a full-blown GPS that outputs Seatalk-so it does make sense to install it and give you redundancy on the GPS units. This was probably Cam's plan all along, given how he believes no one should leave port without at least five of the things aboard the boat.
 

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Jody-

Said that before I realized that Raymarine's RayStar 125 was a complete GPS unit in the shape of a mushroom antenna, not just an antenna.

Your wrong... all About NMEA.. If the gps is 018x complaint or NMEA 200X... doesn't matter...

It'll feed......
 
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