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VHF marine radio scanning guide

Everett L. Slosman

VHF marine radio scanning guide

by Everett L. Slosman

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Published by DX Radio Supply in Wagontown, PA (Box 360, Wagontown 19376) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Shortwave radio -- Receivers and reception -- Amateurs" manuals.,
    • Marine radio stations -- United States.,
    • Radio -- United States -- Installation on ships.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEverett L. Slosman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTK9956 .S634 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination90 p. :
      Number of Pages90
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1112873M
      LC Control Number94038756

        US VHF Marine Channels; New Ch Old Ch Ship TX Ship RX Usage/Notes 01A: Port Operations and Commercial, VTS. . Due to FCC regulations, all DSC marine radios have a maximum of 1 or 2 attempts to enter the MMSI number (Depends on model) then the radio locks up and prohibits any further attempts. To reset the radio it must be sent in to the service center.

      VHF Marine Radio Channels For a complete listing of all VHF channels and the areas in which they are used in Canada, visit the Industry Canada website. Here are the channels most commonly used by Marine Communications and Traffic Services (MCTS) Centres on Canadian waters in . Before you can scan VHF channels, you must set the source to VHF. You can monitor VHF channels saved as presets for activity and automatically switch to an active channel. From the VHF media screen, select MENU > Scan.

      SET the radio to channel 16 TO USE THE RADIO (Or PUSH the microphone key to talk. LET GO of the key to listen! TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY (Immediate danger ONLY) SET the radio to channel 16 SAY clearly: Mayday, Mayday, Mayday SAY "This is" and the name of your vessel three times. Give a brief description of your location and problem. Page 1 MHS75 VHF MARINE RADIO RADIO VHF MARITIME OWNER’S MANUAL GUIDE D’UTILISATION ; Page 2 Making a Distress Call For future reference, write your boat’s name & call sign here: Speak slowly -- clearly -- calmly. Make sure your radio is on. Press the 16/9-Tri button to switch to Channel 16 ( MHz). (If the corner of the display does not s press the 16/9-Tri button .


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only, Coast Guard 03 X X Marine.The Basics of Marine Radio Use To use your VHF, turn it on and pick a channel, set the squelch to the point where you don't hear any white noise, and begin talking. Things to remember when you are on the radio: Monitor channel 16 when you are not actively in conversation with someone else.