3 edition of Radio-Telegraphic Installations and Radio-Telegraphers on Certain Ocean Steamers found in the catalog.
Radio-Telegraphic Installations and Radio-Telegraphers on Certain Ocean Steamers
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Considers (60) H.R. 27145
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It required certain ocean-going vessels exiting U.S. ports to carry radio equipment, and. Radio navigational aids / (Bethesda, Md.: National Imagery and Mapping Agency: For sale by authorized sales agents of the National Ocean Service.), by United States.
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and United States. National Imagery and Mapping Agency (page images at. Radiotelegraphy is used for certain types of marine ship-to-shore communication (such as emergency calls), for weather and sea state bulletins by national maritime services, for point-to-point communication between fixed points on the Earth’s surface, for amateur radio communications, and for various special services that do not require high-speed transmission of information, such as beacons, time signals.
In addition, the delegates unanimously adopted a resolution that: "The International Radio-Telegraphic Conference having examined the measures to be taken with the view of preventing disasters at sea and of rendering assistance in such cases, expresses the opinion that, in the general interests of navigation, there should be imposed on certain classes of ships the obligation to carry a radio-telegraphic installation.
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In the United States where people depend more on TV and the Internet for news, radios still outnumber people by about three-to-one. But all. Code: Question: Answer or Advice: QOA: Can you communicate by radiotelegraphy ( kHz).
I can communicate by radiotelegraphy ( kHz). QOB: Can you communicate by radiotelephony. Approved J and effective July 1,required certain ocean-going ships, of all nationalities, to carry radio equipment when visiting U.S.
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