Post Office Handbook For Radio Operators Working Installations Licensed By The Home Office - Anon.Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1982, Paperback ..
Condition: Very Good. Gently faded at the spine. Gently rubbed at the edges of the spine and wraps. Text complete, clean and tight.
Includes “Post Office Handbook For Radio Operators 1975 Edition Amendment No. 1 (July 1977)” loosely laid in. From the introduction: “This handbook is intended only for the guidance of radio operators in ship and coast stations operating radio equipment on frequencies in the international maritime mobile bands and is subject to the overriding authority given in the International and National Regulations detailed below. It is made up of the following eight chapters: Chapter I General Regulations and Conditions to be Observed by Stations of the Maritime Mobile Service; Chapter II Radiotelegrams, Radiotelephone and Radiotelex Calls. Chapter III Selective Calling; Chapter IV Procedures in the Maritime Mobile Radiotelegraph Service; Chapter V Distress, Urgency and Safety Communications by Radiotelegraphy; Chapter VI Procedures in the Maritime Mobile Radiotelephone Service; Chapter VII Distress, Urgency and Safety Communications by Radiotelephony; Chapter VIII Special Services; The handbook is based on the provisions of:; (a) the International Telecommunication Convention (Malaga-Torremolinos, 1973); (b) the Radio Regulations and Additional Radio Regulations, Geneva, 1967, as revised by the World Administrative Radio Conference to deal with matters relating to the maritime mobile service, Geneva, 1974; (c) the Merchant Shipping (Radio) Rules, 1965; (d) the Merchant Shipping (Direction-Finders) Rules, 1965; (e) the Merchant Shipping (Radio) (Fishing Vessels) Rules, 1974; (f) the Wireless Telegraphy Acts, 1949 to 1967; (g) the Telegraph Regulations and Telephone Regulations (Geneva; 1973); (h) on certain other statutory provisions;”
Size: 8¼" x 5¾"
Number of Pages: 257
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