The world's most advanced VHF radio

With built-in smartAIS transponder and remote vessel monitoring

VHF Reimagined

A revolution in marine technology that will change your VHF experience forever.

An intuitive touchscreen that is engineered for durability to withstand the rigours of the harsh marine environment.

Audio that's as loud as a train but clear as a bell.

The future of VHF is here.

Large 4 inch intuitive touchscreen display

Pinch to zoom

Zoom in to focus on a single vessel or out for a wider view of everything around you.

Gorilla Glass screen

Engineered for harsh marine environments and maximum durability.

Plotter screen

See AIS transmitting vessels around you to maintain situational awareness. Easily see which vessels present a risk by viewing their speed, course and any potential crossing situation.

Intuitive to use

Touch vessels to see their details, easily make a DSC call or swipe to change VHF channels.

Wide viewing angle and sunlight-viewable

Always viewable, even when wearing polarized glasses.

AIS/VHF Display

AIS Vessel information is continuously displayed (name, bearing, and relative position) even while talking to them on VHF.

Never miss a word

Enjoy crisp clear sound through an 85db speaker. Instead of ambiguous bells or tones, Cortex sounds the alarm with voice alerts that escalate until acknowledged.

Handsets anywhere you need them

Communicate from anywhere on board with up to 10 handsets. Locate a tethered handset wherever power is convenient. There's no need to run any wires to the Cortex M1.

The power of VHF and AIS combined

Cortex is the world's first VHF with high speed SOTDMA AIS transponder technology, making your boat visible to others.

A built-in heading sensor tells other vessels your direction, helping them more accurately predict potential collisions.

Be armed with critical information about vessels, AIS marks (AtoNs) and man overboard devices on your MFD, mobile or Cortex handset.

VHF + AIS + Monitor
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