NMEA 0183 device not receiving data from NGW-1

NMEA 0183 device not receiving data from NGW-1

If your NMEA 0183 Listener is not showing any data when connected to the NMEA 0183 output of an NGW-1, the first step for fault finding should be to see if the NGW-1 supports the conversions you need.

For more information on the steps taken when investigating this issue, along with the supported conversions for the NGW-1 v2.660 firmware, visit the following article:

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