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?
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.
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 of the following keystrokes or characters is sent as part of ARQ communications to end the radio link?
Which character(s) must follow most command codes to a coast station using ATOR?
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)?
During ARQ communications, A Coast station will likely break the phased radio connection:
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