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Planning NAVTEX Services

When planning NAVTEX services, Administrations should obtain guidance at an early stage from IMO, through its NAVTEX Coordinating Panel. This may be particularly important when installation of new stations and/or purchase of new equipment is under consideration.    International NAVTEX services on 518 kHz When planning an International NAVTEX service it is essential to appreciate […]

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Responsibilities of a NAVTEX Coordinator

The NAVTEX Coordinator is responsible for the messages transmitted by each station under their control. This responsibility includes checking that the content of each message is in accordance with the Joint IMO/IHO/WMO Manual on Maritime Safety Information and also, that it is relevant to the NAVTEX service area of the transmitting station. Thus a user […]

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Arlo Maritime is proud to provide you with a new set of courses. Together with our partners we have developed an introduction course in Radio Technics. This course will give the students an overview of the basic radio terms, different radio systems, fundamentals in electronics and much more. The course is directed to an audience with […]

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NAVTEX is a system for broadcast and automatic reception of maritime safety and weather information. NAVTEX is part of the MSI, Maritime safety information, that is broadcast to mariners by official agencies for their safety. Maritime safety messages consist of messages such as weather warning, warnings about dangers to navigation and failure of navigation devices. These […]

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GMDSS Part 2

THE GLOBAL MARITIME DISTRESS AND SAFETY SYSTEM (GMDSS) Functional Requirements The GMDSS provides that every ship, while at sea, shall be able to perform the following nine basic communication functions: transmitting ship-to-shore distress alerts (by at least two separate and independent methods); receiving shore-to-ship distress alerts; transmitting and receiving ship-to-ship distress alerts; transmitting and receiving search […]

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