Send "QRL?" on CW, followed by your call sign; or, if using phone, ask if the frequency is in use, followed by your call sign
Listen for 2 minutes before calling CQ
Send "QSY" on CW or if using phone, announce "the frequency is in use", then give your call and listen for a response
Send the letter "V" in Morse code several times and listen for a response or say "test" several times and listen for a response
The antenna or feedline has been damaged.
A defective receiver.
Any of these.
The antenna switch has been transferred to the test position.
Messages concerning On-scene communications.
Messages containing information concerning the safety of a mobile unit or person.
Messages detailing important navigational warnings.
Messages concerning the Safety of Life At Sea (SOLAS).
Both a and b
A crewmember over the side.
Scenarios concerning the Safety of navigation or important meteorological warnings.
A serious medical situation involving a crewmember.
Switch off EPIRB and SART manually.
Transmit distress call by HF/MF/VHF DSC or Inmarsat.
Notify the RCC (Rescue Coordination Center) through VHF FM on channel 13.
Transmit distress call by activating the radiotelegraph automatic alarm signal.
None of the above.
It will appear on a radar unit's PPI as a line of dots radiating outward with the outermost dot indicating the SART's position.
It transmits "SOS" and the vessel's name and position in slow speed Morse Code.
It will appear on a radar unit's PPI as a line of dots radiating outward with the innermost dot indicating the SART's position.
Only in areas beyond Inmarsat coverage.
When directed to do so by a cognizant rescue authority.
At all times when underway.
Only outside of areas covered by VHF-DSC.
Treatment of crewmember breaking a leg in a cargo hold.
A fire in the generator flat/spaces. A fire in the generator flat/spaces.
Leaking oil from a minor tank fracture.
Answers a) and b) are both possible.
A cargo shift or weather situation considered to be of greater hazard than would justify a SAFETY priority designation.
Answers b) and c).
It is intended to automate and improve emergency communications in the maritime industry.
It is intended to automate and improve existing digital selective calling procedures and techniques.
It is intended to provide compulsory vessels with a collision avoidance system when they are operating in waters that are also occupied by non-compulsory vessels.
It is intended to provide more effective but lower cost commercial communications.
EPIRB on 121.5 MHz
SART on 9 GHz
VHF on Ch-70
VHF on Ch-16
Coastal and international zones
Sea area A1
Sea areas A1 and A2
Inland and coastal waters
SAR and on-scene communications, Bridge-to-Bridge and general radio communications, MSI and relay of satellite alerts from other vessels.
Transmit distress alerts, SAR and on-scene communications, MSI, Bridge-to-Bridge and general radio communications.
Bridge-to-Bridge and general radio communications, RDF of EPIRB homing signals, Distress alerting and MSI.
Distress alerting, MSI, SAR and on-scene communications & receipt of satellite alerts from other vessels.
Transmit and receive general communications, transmit Distress Alerts by at least one means, MSI.
Transmit and receive locating signals, general communications and SAR communications.
Transmit and receive SAR communications, transmit Distress Alerts by at least one means, Bridge-to-Bridge communications.
Transmit and receive locating signals, send MSI to other ships via EGC, Bridge-to-Bridge communications
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