rss icon Subscribe
desktop mobile

WebWatch Antenna Delivers on-Board Connectivity

Photo: WebWatch

Posted by Michelle Howard

WebWatch, the all-in-one Wi-Fi hotspot, cellular data and high-definition television (HDTV) antenna from Shakespeare, shares signals for up to 32 on-board users.

WebWatch delivers Internet with speeds up to 4G from a nearby Wi-Fi hotspot or cellular network with a user-supplied data-only SIM card. It provides greater range than a mobile device or laptop.

The integrated receiver switches automatically between Wi-Fi signals and cellular data to maintain and optimize Internet connectivity. WebWatch is easily managed through a web browser or free mobile app.

Its built-in HDTV antenna delivers sharp, high-definition local TV network programming. Because it's over-the-air digital, WebWatch works during storms when cable and satellite often fail.

WebWatch is universally compatible and simple to set up. Highly efficient, it runs on 12-24V DC and draws a maximum of 1 amp. At only 13" high, 11.75" in diameter and 3.85 lbs., it's easy to fit into crowded deck or tower space. It comes with a 25' power cord, and 25' Ethernet and 25' coax TV cables.

WebWatch WCT-1 costs $899.95; WebWatch WC-1 without HDTV is $850.95.

Jun 26, 2017

 QRCode for link to WebWatch Antenna Delivers on-Board Connectivity story
 

Marine Equipment

Mammoet Moves 800 Ton in Alberta

Splitter vessel leaving Darco. Photo: Mammoet

Weighing over 800 ton - roughly four times the weight of a blue whale -,  and spanning over 300 ft.

MICT Gets Eco-Friendly RTGs

Arrival of the four hybrid RTGs at MICT’s Berth 5. Photo: International Container Terminal Services, Inc.

International Container Terminal Services, Inc.'s (ICTSI) flagship Manila International Container

Schoellhorn-Albrecht Delivers Deck Machinery Package

Photo: Schoellhorn-Albrecht

Schoellhorn-Albrecht recently delivered [1] Anchor Windlass suitable for use with 2” anchor chain

Technology

MOL Conducts Test of Class Survey Using Drones

Pic: Mitsui O.S.K. Lines

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) announced that it participated in a demonstration test of ship class

C-MAP Launches Embark AIS Overlay Functionality

Photo: C-Map

C-MAP announced the launch of new AIS functionality for the Embark navigation app.

Water Backed Welding & Fixing FPSOs

Photo: Marine Technical Limits (MTL)

Although MTL has a robust oil and gas heritage, with formidable experience in the global energy

Communication

Polar Radio Communication, Navigation Norms Getting Ready

Pic:  International Maritime Organization (IMO)

International Maritime Organization (IMO)’s Polar Code helps ensure that ships operating in the

C-MAP Launches Embark AIS Overlay Functionality

C-MAP announced the launch of new AIS functionality for the Embark navigation app. The new feature allows users to see boats around them in real time with AIS data overlaid

Mackay Marine Outfits Lindblad Expeditions’ New Cruise Ships

Photo couresty of Lindblad Expeditions

Mackay Communications recently collaborated with Lindblad Expeditions and Nichols Brothers Boat