THE MARINER'S GUIDE TO MARINE COMMUNICATIONS
|Publisher||The Nautical Institute|
|D O W N L O A D|
Here is the original edition of one of the most popular and world respected guides for marine communication. The content of the publication was prepared mainly for the deck officer who normally keep bridge watches during sea voyage and will also be of great practical use for other people having to manage and use the shipboard radio and satellite communication installations.
The volume is covering both GMDSS and non-GMDSS equipment and associated operating procedures. The author of the book has provided detailed descriptions of the range and technical capabilities of the equipment involved and instructions on the correct usage of the equipment. The mariners will know how to use the particular equipment so that the all applicable requirements are met.
They will also get to know which publications they shall look into when searching for the best station and frequency for the different functions. The volume has been designed specifically to be used as a tool for the management of the shipboard radio/satellite communications.
It will also be very useful for the people preparing for their GMDSS training courses and exams. The material of the volume is arranged in three parts. While the first part provides general overview of the system, the second and third part are dealing with the operating procedures and configuration of the equipment.
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