The new 320 is a 12-parallel-channel GPS receiver that's capable of receiving augmented WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) satellite signals. Two geostationary satellites interface with a system of ground-based reference stations to give WAAS-enabled GPS receivers incredible accuracy.
The 320 features a 4.74" display with large digital readouts, and the built-in chart plotter uses information from two C-MAP NT micro cartridges. It also comes with a built-in world map with detail down to a range of 6 miles. The GPS can store up to 1,000 waypoints and 2,000 track points, and display modes include Plotter Mode, Digital Data Displays, Running Log and Graphical Steering Aids. Raytheon, Nashua, NH; (603) 647-7530; www.raymarine.com