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1. A VHF transmission range is mainly determined by__________

 
 

2. With a distress alert via an Inmarsat-A terminal it is recommended to use the telex-mode because:

 
 

3. You see a vessel displaying the code flag “LIMA” below which is a red ball. The vessel is ___________.

 
 

4. While approaching a port when you see three flashing red lights in a vertical line at the entrance. What does this indicate?

 
 

5. With the use of INMARSAT and digital selective calling, distress alerts can be received:

 
 

6. With an Inmarsat-C installation there is the addressing-option “special”. Via this option:

 
 

7. You are approaching a port when you see three lights in a vertical line. The upper and lower are green and the middle white. What does this mean?

 
 

8. You receive via the 8 MHz a DCS distress alert. The received DCS message is however distorted. The MMSI as well as the position are illegible. After listening at the 8 MHz telephone distress frequency, nothing is heard. This is because:

 
 

9. C3 - With the squelch mode on the VHF__________

 

10. C3 - What is the recommended connection between antenna and VHF?

 

11. C3 - You are approaching another vessel and see her signal flag “F” hoisted. What should you do?

 

12. C3 - You are approaching another vessel and see she has the signal flag “A” hoisted. What should you do?

 

13. C3 - What is/are the content of table #1 of radiotelephony procedures? I. Nature of distress in code from the International code of signals II. Phonetic alphabets and figure spelling III. Position in code from the International code of signals

 

14. C3 - What is/are the content of table #3 of radiotelephony procedures? I. Nature of distress in code from the International code of signals II. Phonetic alphabets and figure spelling III. Position in code from the International code of signals

 

15. C3 - You are approaching a port when you see three lights in a vertical line. The upper and lower are green and the middle white. What does this mean?

 

16. C3 - What should you include in the body of a radio message seeking advice for a medical emergency at sea? I. the name and owner of the ship, its position and destination II. The patient's name and next of kin III. The patient's age, sex, nature of the emergency, pulse and length of illness, treatment given and diagnosis

 

17. C3 - What is/are the content of table #2 of radiotelephony procedures? I. Nature of distress in code from the International code of signals II. Phonetic alphabets and figure spelling III. Position in code from the International code of signals

 

18. Which wave length applies to a frequency of 2000 kHz?

 
 

19. What is the maximum range of a VHF radio-set from ship to ship at sea.

 
 

20. Which radio frequency/channels are reserved for emergency communications?

 
 

21. The legal type VHF-antenna has a length of__________.

 
 

22. The typical “daylight-frequencies” for long distance transmission are located in the__________

 
 

23. You hear on radiotelephone the word “SECURITE” spoken three times. This indicated that

 
 

24. Wire antenna of 12 meters long is probably ___________.

 
 

25. The squelch on the control panel of a VHF-sat serves to__________

 
 

26. With the DCS format specified geographical area call besides a reference position the number of the full degree difference in longitude and latitude must be fed in:

 
 

27. With the VHF on board there has to be:

 
 

28. Acoustic feedback can arise__________

 
 

29. Which VHF channel should be used for internship navigation safety communications?

 
 

30. Before a mariphone is installed on board, __________

 
 

31. With an Inmarsat-C terminal the option “PSTN” for addressing is available. This option:

 
 

32. You are underway and hear a vessel continuously sounding her fog whistle. This indicates the Other vessel:

 
 

33. When onboard channel 16 is used for a shore radio-connection, you always work__________.

 
 

34. You are making ship-to-shore telephone calls on VHF. You should use the:

 
 

35. What do you call the communication within the ship's emergency organization or communication within the shore emergency response team?

 
 

36. Calls, announcement and conversations from one station to another on board should be as brief as possible and consistent with _______ .

 
 

37. Long distance communication in the HF-bands depends on__________

 
 

38. With all the responsibilities and work his position entails, the Master needs the _____ from his staffs? I. Acceptance and recognition II. Respect and compliance III. Support

 
 

39. Vessel with an EPIRB, you must check _________.

 
 

40. What are the basic rules in training communications? I. Know what to say II. Get your idea across. III. Trainees must know you

 
 

41. A polarisation of a radio wave is determined by a__________

 
 

42. Within territorial waters the use of transmitters is prohibited. In general this does not apply for:

 
 

43. Squelch mode serves to suppress__________

 
 

44. What is meant by frequency?

 
 

45. Automatic amplifier regulation is used to__________

 
 

46. You received a distress alert on HF Radio. What should you do?

 
 

47. The sound-level of the speaker on a MF/HF radiotelephony installation is adjusted through _________.

 
 


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