Reference documents
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Reference documents

  • - SOLAS Convention, chapter V
  • - Recommendation on performance standards for a universal shipborne Automatic Identification System (AIS), (MSC.74(69), annex 3)
  • - Performance Standards for survival craft AIS search and rescue transmitters (AIS-SART) for use in search and rescue operations (resolution MSC.246(83))
  • - Guidance on the use of the UN/LOCODE in the destination field in AIS messages (SN/Circ.244)
  • - ITU Radio Regulations, appendix 18, table of transmitting frequencies in the VHF maritime mobile band
  • - Technical characteristics for an automatic identification system using time division multiple access in the VHF maritime mobile frequency band (Recommendation ITU-R M.1371-5)
  • - IEC Standard 61993 Part 2: Class A shipborne equipment of the Universal Shipborne Automatic Identification System (AIS) Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing and required Test Results

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