Marine radio worksheet answers
ISBN : 978-1-86283-142-1
Published Date : 08 November 1999
Product Code : F 05P
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Section 1: Introduction
Glossary or terms and abbreviations
Section 2. Principles of radio transmission
Section 3. Emergency position indicating radio beacons
Section 4. Marine radio equipment
Section 5. Types of marine radio
Section 6. Digital selective calling (DSC) communications
Section 7. Marine radiotelephony procedures
Section 8 Alarm signals and distress communications
Section 9 Urgency, safety calls and signals
Section 10 Keeping your radio working
Section 11 Marine rescue and public correspondence