GMDSS. FCC Test 54

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Which characters are sent by the shore station to indicate that it has shifted control to and that it is awaiting instructions from the vessel?
Assuming sending a direct telex message to a shore-based office, which sequence of events best describes a complete ARQ telex exchange with a coast station?
What character(s) are transmitted to switch control from a station currently transmitting, over to the receiving station during ATOR communications in the ARQ mode?
Which character(s) must follow most command codes to a coast station using ATOR?
During ARQ communications, A Coast station will likely break the phased radio connection:
Which of the following keystrokes or characters is sent as part of ARQ communications to signal the end of communications with a land based telex terminal?
During ARQ communications, A Coast station will likely break the phased radio connection:
All country codes which are transmitted by MF/HF Sitor are preceded by which character(s)?
Which of the following keystrokes or characters is sent as part of ARQ communications to end the radio link?
For ARQ communications with a Public Correspondence Coast Station, which sequence of events best describes reaching the point in time where the text of telex communications should be sent.
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