3 Functional Requirements
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Statutory Documents - IMO Publications and Documents - Resolutions - Maritime Safety Committee - Resolution MSC.114(73) - Adoption of the Revised Performance Standards for Shipborne DGPS and DGLONASS Maritime Radio Beacon Receiver Equipment - (Adopted on 1 December 2000) - Annex - Revised Recommendation on Performance Standards for Shipborne DGPS and DGLONASS Maritime Radio Beacon Receiver Equipment - 3 Functional Requirements

3 Functional Requirements

 The DGPS and DGLONASS maritime radio beacon receiver equipment should:

  • .1 operate in the band of 283.5 to 315 kHz in Region 1 and 285 to 325 kHz in Regions 2 and 3 in accordance with Recommendation ITU-R M.823;

  • .2 provide means of automatically and manually selecting the station;

  • .3 make the data available for use with a delay not exceeding 100 ms after its reception;

  • .4 be capable of acquiring a signal in less than 45 s in the presence of electrical storms;

  • .5 have at least one serial data output that conforms to the relevant international marine interface standardfootnote;

  • .6 have an omni-directional antenna in the horizontal plane; and

  • .7 be capable of operating satisfactorily in typical interference conditions.

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