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Below is a list of email newsletters distributed by Ocean Navigator. Every two weeks, Marine Computer Systems' Daniel Piltch writes a short article related to marine communications, that then gets emailed to thousands of subscribers. You can subscribe to the newsletter (for free) directly from Ocean Navigator's web site.
The list below includes all of the old newsletters, compiled in one spot for your convenience.
#1 - The Airwave Club
#2 - Sailing Away and Leaving It All Behind (Or Taking It With You)
#3 - The Holy Grail of Marine Communications
#4 - Just the facts: fax
#5 - Inmarsat C - Clearing the Confusion
#6 - The Rise and Fall of Marine Cellular Communications
#7 - Remote Position Reporting: Getting Something for Nothing
#8 - The License Labyrinth
#9 - The Future of GPS
#10 - Galileo Underway in Europe
#11 - Staying in Touch (by Tim Hasson)
#12 - Four Phones, Three Radios, Two Laptops, (And A Partridge In A Pear Tree?)
#13 - The Oddities of Email at Sea
#14 - Fourteen Minutes Per Day
#15 - The Wireless Boat: No More Spaghetti
#16 - The End of an Era: Choosing a New Cell Phone
#17 - Coverage & Networks: More Decisions from the Cellular World
#18 - Other People's Bandwidths: Can I Steal That Which I Cannot See?
#19 - Finally Finding a Phone
#21 - Be Legal or Be Safe
#22 - Black Box Radio: Hear the World From Your Desktop
#23 - Greetings From 27 North, 28 West
#24 - Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About Communications - And Weren't Afraid to Ask
#25 - Why Do We Really Need to Stay In Touch Anyway?
#26 - What's Going on in the World of GMDSS & DSC
#27 - SSB Email: Teaching and Old Radio New Tricks
#28 - Weather At Sea: New Ways to Get Weather Information
#29 - EPIRBs: The Modern Call for Help
#30 - Big LEOs: Iridium and Globalstar
#31 - Cellular Data: Pros and Woes
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