You receive a Routine DSC call to your vessel, without specifying an alternate working voice frequency & emission. If your transceiver frequency display reads: 2177 kHz transmit 2177 kHz receive what must you do?
How can a radio operator determine the best frequency band to choose for a SITOR transmission to a shore station?
You receive an Urgent DSC call to all vessels specifying an alternate telex frequency & emission. If your transceiver frequency display reads: 2174.5 kHz transmit & 4207.5 kHz receive:
An incoming DSC Distress Alert on 8414.5 kHz will have what result?
The Distress Alarm sounds and the screen readout no longer contains the particulars of the Distress:
You receive a Routine DSC call specifying an alternate working voice frequency & emission. Your transceiver frequency display reads: 4125.0 kHz transmit 4125.0 kHz receive:
At mid-day, what would be the best choice in attempting to communicate with a shore station some 75 miles (121 km) distant?
A DSC Distress call is received by your vessel and your transceiver frequency display reads: Transmit = 4207.5 kHz and Receive = 4207.5 kHz -
What usually comprises a coast station's call sign?
What is the term normally used to describe a scheduled broadcast by a coast station to identify those vessels for which the coast station is holding message traffic?
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