Joined: Mar 26, 2006 Posts: 419 Location: Mannheim / Germany
Posted: Sun Dec 28, 2014 1:00 pm Post subject:
well - there are two reasons.
On the "normal" "old" SeaTalk Nmea Bridge, memory of the processor chip is full.
I can not implement any new functions to it, simply because there is no more free space.
It could be done if we delete other unused functions. But that depends on the users demands and instrumentation.
But to be honest. Even in the SeaTalk Nmea Bridge 128SD, Multiplexer etc.
I didn't implement this function. It's just not done.
Up to now, nobody asked for it, I personally didn't need it.
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