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A SART (Search and Rescue Transponder) is a radar transponder that sends out signals in response to and detectable by radar operating on the X band.
These devices are used only in emergencies. The higher they are positioned above sea level, the more detectable they become.
SARTs are protected by a waterproof housing and are activated manyally. The emitted radio signals can be detected by any radar operating on the X band, also known as the three centimeter wavelength. Beyond five miles the signal appears on radar screens as a dotted line indicating the transponder's azimuth. Under five miles, it appears as a thicker line, and under one mile as a series of concentric circles.
How to choose
The SART must comply with SOLAS provisions.
- Easy to handle
- Operate solely on the X band
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