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Navigation Made Easy With Hema GPS

Navigate your way by using Hema GPS maps in Australia. If you are trying to figure out exactly where you are heading, navigators like Hema Navigator HN6 will surely guide you. They comprise 4wd maps, country spots and caravan parks.

The on and off road navigation includes normal GPS functions and inclusive off road maps for both country and city driving. The interesting aspect about the device is that one can add his own routes and waypoints while driving. Using Hema GPS, you can plan your trip well in advance, add waypoints and simply copy the saved information onto the GPS.

UHF radios, on the other hand, operate from 300 MHz to 3000 MHz frequencies. But now, they are used for Bluetooth, GPS, cordless phones and Wi-Fi purposes. UHF has a lot of added channels. Both UHF transmitters and receivers could be an excellent choice unless you use a MURS VHF radio.

Similarly, GME radios are meant for Australian conditions. For example, GME GR2000 is a unique marine receiver that combines a four band with 55 channel VHF FM marine band receiver. There is no need to install a conventional marine entertainment system. Its marine qualities also make it suitable for use in dusty ‘outback’ applications. On the contrary, UHF radios can work wonders if you are surrounded by walls, buildings or rugged landscape. The sound direction seems to be perfect and lessens the effect of other radio waves transmitting from other devices.

The different features of GME radios include FM stereo reception, front speaker, waterproof to IPx55 and rear speaker jacks for optional remote speakers. It supports Australian, European and even US AM/FM standards.

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Navigation made easy with hema gps  
Navigation made easy with hema gps  

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