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  • {{r|Automatic Identification System}} {{r|Global Maritime Distress and Safety System}}
    1 KB (203 words) - 01:10, 12 January 2010
  • ...o]] must support [[digital selective calling]] (DSC), a "telephone number" system that can identify specific vessels, and also be addressed to groups of vess ...was the means of communication. Radiotelegraphy is considered obsolete for maritime use.
    3 KB (513 words) - 20:15, 19 May 2010
  • {{r|Global Maritime Distress and Safety System}}
    1 KB (137 words) - 16:40, 11 January 2010
  • ...also [[ITU frequency bands|MF]], which gives "telephone numbers" called [[maritime mobile service identifier]]s (MMSI) to vessels. It allows a call to be mad ...annel 70. Implementing GPS does away with the need to continuously monitor distress Channel 16.
    6 KB (1,015 words) - 15:16, 24 August 2010
  • ...y, or flag position. Most often associated with the [[electric telegraph]] system developed by [[Samuel Morse]], the basic concept goes back to the ancient w ...]] signals, is no longer part of the [[Global Maritime Distress and Safety System]].
    2 KB (222 words) - 06:20, 7 January 2010
  • {{r|Defense Satellite Communications System}} {{r|Global Maritime Distress and Safety System}}
    2 KB (202 words) - 01:12, 12 January 2010
  • ...n a running train and telegraph wires running parallel to the tracks. This system was successful technically but not economically, as there turned out to be ...raph about 5 kilometers across the Bristol Channel. However, his induction system required extensive lengths of wire, many kilometers long, at both the sendi
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  • '''Vessel monitoring systems''' (VMS) are used in [[commercial fishing]] to allow environmental and fis ...h things as the [[Automatic identification system|Automatic Identification System]] (AIS) or [[Vessel Traffic Service]] (VTS). AIS and VTS are quite differen
    24 KB (3,694 words) - 15:10, 24 August 2010
  • ...ained personnel, and specialized equipment to locate people and animals in distress, and remove them from the hazardous situation. Rescue personnel usually can [[Combat search and rescue]] is a subset of SAR, in which the people in distressare in hostile territory, and military forces may actively try to prevent th
    5 KB (679 words) - 20:13, 19 May 2010
  • ...ty System]] (GMDSS), which assists searchers, using to find the people in distress. Radar for these applications, usually in the [[IEEE frequency bands|X-band It is not at all unlikely that the persons in distress will see the rescuers before the rescuers see them. Visual signals can help
    4 KB (635 words) - 15:05, 24 August 2010
  • ...environment, and the United States economic and security interests in any maritime region in which those interests may be at risk, including international wa ...ted by the [[Safety of Life at Sea]] convention, under the [[International Maritime Organization]].
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  • ...acon (EPIRB)''' is a key part of the [[Global Maritime Distress and Safety System]] (GMDSS). All passenger vessels, and all vessels over 300 tons in internat ...using 121.5 or 243 MHz '''''will not be detected by [[search and rescue]] systems.''''' New EPIRBs are all 406 MHz, but older ones will need to be replaced,
    5 KB (814 words) - 15:02, 24 August 2010
  • ...4411e03.htm | title =Recent Trends in Monitoring, Control and Surveillance Systems for Capture Fisheries| id = FAO Fisheries Technical Paper 415| author - P. ...E/X5599E03.htm Expert Consultation on Monitoring, Control and Surveillance Systems for Fisheries Management]</ref> defined '''monitoring''' as " the continuo
    9 KB (1,282 words) - 15:13, 24 August 2010
  • ====Land Force Doctrine and Training System (LFDTS)==== ...Life at Sea]] (SOLAS) convention and [[Global Maritime Distress and Safety System]] ([[GMDSS]]).
    8 KB (1,088 words) - 15:15, 14 June 2010
  • ...ying some of the [[transponder]]s of the multi-satellite [[COSPAS-SARSAT]] system that receives and relays signals from [[emergency position indicating radio | date = 19 November 2001| author = Space Systems-Loral
    4 KB (631 words) - 20:41, 18 August 2009
  • <ref name="urlRadar - GHN: IEEE Global History Network">{{cite web |title=Radar - GHN: IEEE Global History Network
    59 KB (9,074 words) - 11:06, 7 April 2014

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