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The ScanView Protocol Converter

The number of complex protocols are generally increasing and over the last years we have implemented quite a few of these. And instead of “hiding” the functionality as modules available to our ScanServer customers only, we have decided to offer them as standalone application packages.

Enter the ScanView Protocol Converter.

The packages are available in the following formats:

  • 64 bit service for Windows
  • 64 bit service for Linux
  • 64 bit service on Linux preinstalled on an approved fanless embedded computer (as shown above)

Each package also contains a webserver which produces tracks and radar images in web-friendly JSON data and PNG images.

Radar Video Protocol Converters

  • Kelvin Hughes / Hensoldt Magnetron to Asterix CAT-240
  • Sperry VM.net to Asterix CAT-240
  • Raymarine to Asterix CAT-240
  • Navico 3G to Asterix CAT-240
  • SAM / Wartsila Platinum to Asterix CAT-240
  • Raytheon Nautoscan to Asterix CAT-240
  • SAAB AMB to Asterix CAT-240
  • Terma to Asterix CAT-240

In addition, the video output from the Transceivers already supporting Asterix CAT-240 may be converted to HTTP PNG images.

Other output servers than Asterix CAT-240 and HTTP PNG are available.

Track Protocol Converters

Input (Client) Protocols:

    • NMEA TTM
    • Asterix CAT-010
    • Asterix CAT-048
    • Asterix CAT-062
    • AIS
    • ADS-B
    • IVEF
    • Other protocols on request

Output (Server) Protocols:

  • NMEA TTM
  • Asterix CAT-010
  • Asterix CAT-048
  • Asterix CAT-062
  • AIS
  • IVEF
  • HTTP JSON
  • ADS-B
  • Other protocols on request

Fanless Computer Specification

  • Intel Atom
  • PSU: +9 – +36 VDC
  • Downscaled Linux Operating System
  • Dual LAN ports
  • Dual RS422 ports
  • EN60945/IEC945 approved.

Important Notes:

  • Always seek approval from the System Vendor when connecting to a Navigation System!
  • Some of the conversion processess requires navigation data.

 

Click ‘Make an Enquiry’ towards the top of the page for more information.

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