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Price, UT - June 28, 2011 -- The RHOTHETA RT-202 radio direction finder (RDF) is used by the U.S. Navy, German Rescue Organization DGzRS, pilot boat organizations and other users around the world to provide MOB protection. It is simple to install and operate.

The RT-202 detects emergency beacons transmitting on 121.5 MHz and has a built-in training frequency to keep crews well trained. When an emergency beacon is activated, the RT-202 points to the victim in the water.

RHOTHETA provides several types of RDFs and PLBs for commercial fishing, diving, marine contractors, offshore oilfield operations, as well as land based search and rescue (SAR) and Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) facilities. RHOTHETA’s top-rate staff is committed to provide excellent service to their clients. Their vast experience will provide your business with the consultation it needs regarding MOB, SAR and VTS solutions.

You can visit RHOTHETA at the following events: NMEA, USCG Expo, Pacific Marine, Workboat Show and at the World Maritime Rescue Congress in Shanghai, China.

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