Introducing a revolutionary radar system unlike anything else on the recreational boating market. Utilising solid-state technology, these breakthrough radar solutions provide superior target detection and separation, ease of operation, and a new level of navigational safety to a wide range of boats.

  • Crystal clear imagery

    Miss none of your immediate surroundings.Fantastic for tight manoeuvres in marinas or in conditions of limited visibility.

  • InstantOn™

    Solid-state technology produces an immediate, accurate on-screen image.

  • Low power consumption

    Broadband Radar™ requires very little power: ideal for all types and size of recreational boat.

  • Extremely low emissions

    This safest of all radar, it can be mounted anywhere! Broadband Radar™ has fewer emissions than a mobile phone

  • Quick installation

    No reason to open the dome, no tune or zero mile adjustment, and best of all – no radar licensed technician required.

  • Automatic clarity

    Proven Auto Harbour and Off shore modes completely optimise the radar image – even on our shortest range of 200 feet. Just steer.

  • Interference rejection


    Broadband Radar automatically tunes out interference that may come from other radars operating in the vicinity. Multiple levels of interference rejection remove all noise depending on whether you are in a busy commercial harbour , shipping lanes or just out fishing with another boat. The special IR software will remove other radar noise; yet still maintain a perfect radar picture around the boat. Simple to use and the results are impressive.

  • All weather performance

    In bad weather, when visibility is low, that is when you will want to rely on your radar.


    In a rain shower or snow the radar signal will penetrate and show you the radar picture you expect to see. The Rain Clutter feature on the radar reduces noise on the picture associated with rain, yet still provides you with a clean picture of the radar targets around you

Rain clutter off, at 3/4nm range: rain clearly visible on right-hand side of image

Rain clutter feature enabled, at 3/4nm range: targets clearly seen, with rain clutter removed


  • Close Range Performance

    Enhance your situational awareness thanks to Broadband Radar with chart overlay. Radar Chart overlay is the perfect way to determine what are fixed targets and what could be moving targets such as ships


    Even at night or in fog or mist, by using Broadband 3G™ Radar and Broadband 4G™ Radar it is possible to vastly improve safe navigation in restricted conditions at close range.

The image above shows a boat safely navigating through a  vessel
mooring field at close range with Broadband 4G Radar

The same vessel mooring fi eld as seen by eye is incredibly crowded and
challenging to navigate through without the aid of radar
Exceptionally sharp target resolution is seen with Broadband 4G Radar
in a busy Florida Harbour when using split screen radar with overlay mode.

  • "A lot safer…"

    Channel markers are easily associated to visible surroundings

    At 200ft away from the boat on the port side are a series of very small channel marker fl oats, these are clearly visible, yet are made of plastic and are probably only 6 inches above the water.

    The skipper of the boat who is used to this harbour says that at night being able to see these markers will make coming into this harbour a lot safer.



    Broadband 4G Radar clearly sees both inside and outside rows of poles
    Only possible at this range as Broadband Radar has no main pulse suppression that a conventional radar suffers from. Possible to see targets close together and yet they are clearly shown as separate targets.  
    Broadband 3G Radar sees breakwater to port, with three mooring buoys close in
    The Broadband Radar is able to separate targets that are close together much clearer than a conventional radar, here we see the three buoys clearly visible close to the breakwater.  
    Left turn complete, moving along a row of boats
    In narrow harbours it is possible to use Broadband Radar to find your berth. Often harbours have confusing background lights that can make a night harbour entrance seem overwhelming. The radar at this scale makes it all very clear.  
    Vacant berths in a marina are easily identified
    At short ranges Broadband Radar shows up the individual yachts in their berths, ideal at night when visibility may be compromised. In this type of situation conventional radar would only show a merged target possibly obscured by the main pulse.