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Ray240 VHF Radio with Digital Selective Calling Users Manual
Document # 81219_1 Date: June 2004
Trademarks and registered trademarks
Autohelm, HSB Raymarine, RayTech, RayTech RNS, Sail Pilot, SeaTalk and Sportpilot are registered trademarks of Raymarine Limited.Apelco is a registered trademark of Raymarine Holdings Limited (Registered in all major marketing territories). AST, Autoadapt, Auto GST, Autoseastate, Autotrim, Bidata, Marine Intelligence, Maxiview, On Board, Raychart, Raynav, Raypilot, Raystar, ST40, ST60, Seaclutter, Smart Route, Tridata and Waypoint Navigation are trademarks of Raymarine Limited. All other product names mentioned are trademarks or registered trademarks (if applicable) of heir respective companies.
Copyright - Raymarine 2004
How to make a DSC Distress call
Slide up cover
PRESS and HOLD for 5 SECONDS
DISTRESS Release 'DISTRESS' button now
WAIT WHILE RADIO AUTOMATICALLY RE-TUNES
V0:10 SQ:05 25W RX auto DISTRESS TX
MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY This is. (repeat name of vessel 3 times) MAYDAY
MEM SCAN SQ WATCH
Press and Hold PTT
THIS IS. (name of vessel spoken once) MY POSITION IS. (latitude and longitude) or true bearing and distance from a known point). IF YOU DON'T KNOW, DON'T GUESS. I AM. (sinking, on fire, etc) I HAVE. (number of persons on board and any other information - drifting, flares fired, etc )
ABC GHI PQRS
DEF MNO WXYZ
SLOWLY and CLEARLY
I REQUIRE IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE OVER RELEASE THE PTT SWITCH
Ray240 User Manual
How to make a Mayday call
V0:10 SQ:05 25W RX
CH MENU OK
MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY This is. (name of vessel, spoken 3 times) MAYDAY This is.(name of vessel spoken once)
Step 2 Press and Hold PTT
MEM SCAN SQ
MY POSITION IS.(latitude and longitude. or true bearing and distance from a known point - IF YOU DON'T KNOW, DON'T GUESS). I AM.(sinking, on fire, etc)
THEN I HAVE. (number of persons on board and any other information - drifting, flares fired, etc) SLOWLY and CLEARLY I REQUIRE IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE OVER Step 3 RELEASE THE PTT SWITCH
FOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND INSTRUCTIONS IF AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT IS NOT RECEIVED THEN REPEAT THE DISTRESS CALL
How to make a DSC Distress call...i How to make a Mayday call....ii Contents.... iii Important Information....7 Chapter 1: General Information...15 1.1 What is the Ray240?... 15 1.2 What is DSC?... 15 Calls to other ships... 16 Group calls.... 16 Safety broadcasts.... 16 Distress alerts... 16 1.3 Can I use the Ray240 as part of an integrated system?. 16 1.4 How do I use the Ray240?... 17 Which menu do I need?... 19 What does the display tell me?.. 20 Chapter 2: Operations...21 2.1 Introduction.... 21 2.2 Using the handset - the controls... 21.power the radio On and Off?.. 21.adjust the handset volume?... 21.set the squelch?... 22.change channels?... 22.tune to the priority channel?.. 22.monitor channels?... 23.get the weather forecast?.. 23.select Private channels?.. 23.scan the channels?... 24.use the Memory?.. 24.change the transmitting power?.. 24.navigate the menus?.. 25.use the Menu shortcuts?... 26.adjust the active speaker volume?... 26 2.3 Using the handset - making and receiving calls. 27.use the intercom?.. 27.receive a routine call?... 27 2.4 Using the handset - DSC operations... 28.make a DSC phone call?.. 28.view phone book details?.. 29
iv. add an entry to the DSC phone book?.30.call another ship?..31.make a specified Distress call?..32.cancel a Distress call?...33.make an All Ships Call (Urgency)?..34.make a position request?...35. access the DSC call log?..36.delete an entry from the DSC call log?.37 2.5 Receiving distress alerts...38 Distress calls...38 Distress acknowledgement...38 Distress acknowledgement to a call from your radio.38 Distress acknowledgement for another vessel?.39 Distress relay...39 2.6 Receiving weather alerts...39 2.7 Additional functions....39 Intercom/fog/hailer...40 Intercom...40 Fog warnings...40.set up the automatic fog signal?..41 Hailer...41 Chapter 3: Installation....43 3.1 EMC Installation Guidelines...43 3.2 Whats in the box?...44 Can I get optional extras?...45 3.3 Where should I install my radio?...46 3.4 Typical installation...48 3.5 How much space does the Ray240 need?..49 3.6 How do I make the electrical connections?..51 3.7 How do I get position data?...52 3.8 Setting up the Ray240...53. enter my boats MMSI number?..53.enter my ATIS number?...54
v Chapter 4: Maintenance and Troubleshooting..55 4.1 Introduction.... 55 4.2 What maintenance can I do?... 55 4.3 How do I troubleshoot the Ray240?... 55 4.4 How do I get the radio serviced?... 56 4.5 How do I contact Raymarine?.. 57 Appendix A:VHF Channels....59 Appendix B: Technical specification...67 Appendix C: Hints and Tips...69 Appendix D:List Of Abbreviations...71 Limited Warranty Certificate - VHF Products...73
This handbook contains important information on the installation, operation and maintenance of the US and European versions of the Ray240 VHF radio, which is intended for light marine use and covers the following models: E42001 Ray240 System - US and Canadian version. E42002 Ray240E System - European version. To get the best results in operation and performance, please take the time to read this handbook thoroughly.
WARNING: Electrical safety Make sure the power supply is switched off before you make any electrical connections. WARNING: Electromagnetic exposure Failure to observe the Antenna and EME Exposure guidelines may expose those within the Maximum Permissible Exposure radius to RF radiation absorption that exceeds the FCC MPE limit. It is the Radio Operators responsibility to ensure that no one is within this radius before transmitting. WARNING: Navigation aid Although we have designed this product to be accurate and reliable, many factors can affect its performance. As a result, it should only be used as an aid to navigation and never replace common sense and navigational judgement. Always maintain a permanent watch so you can respond to situations as they develop. CAUTION: Compass safe distance The compass safe distance, measured in accordance with EN 60945, for the Ray240 is 0.9 m.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications to this equipment, not expressly approved in writing by Raymarine Inc., could violate compliance with FCC rules and void the operators authority to operate the equipment.
All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment. Their design and manufacture conforms to the appropriate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards, but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised.
Antenna mounting and EME exposure
Ensure that the antenna is connected to the radio before transmitting. Raymarine declares a Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) radius of 1.5 meters (per OET Bulletin 65) for this system, assuming 25 watts output to an omnidirectional antenna of 3dBi gain or less. For watercraft with suitable structures, the antenna base must be at least 3.5 meters above the main deck to meet the MPE for persons up to 2 meters tall. For watercraft without such structures, the antenna must be mounted so that its base is a minimum of 1.5 meters vertically from the heads of all persons. Do not transmit when anyone is within the MPE radius of the antenna, unless they are shielded from the antenna field by a grounded metallic barrier.
An Operator License is not required to operate a VHF Marine Radio within US territorial waters. However, a license is required to operate the radio if you dock in
a foreign port (including Canada and Mexico) or leave a foreign port to dock in a US port. You can request a Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) by filing Form 753.
Important Information If the regulations in your area do not permit you to program the ATIS number yourself, your Raymarine dealer can program the number for you. For full details of programming your ATIS number into the Ray240 - see Chapter 3:Installation.
To the best of our knowledge, the information in this handbook was correct as it went to press. However, our policy of continuous product improvement and updating may change specifications without prior notice. As a result, unavoidable differences between the product and handbook may occur from time to time. Raymarine cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it may contain. For the latest product information visit our website: www.raymarine.com
To register your new Raymarine product, please take a few minutes to fill out the warranty card. It is important that you complete the owner information and return the card to us to receive full warranty benefits.
Anchorage Park Portsmouth Hampshire England P03 5TD
declare, under our sole responsibility, that the products identified in this declaration, and to which this declaration relates, are in conformity with the essential requirements of European Parliament and Council Directive: 1999/5/EC on radio equipment and telecommunication terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity. Product Name: Product Number(s): Product Options: Raymarine RAY 240E VHF Radio System including Class "D" DSC E42002 (without DTMF facility) E45002 (Second Station Kit) E45010 (Second Handset) E45003 (Second Active Speaker)
The products have been satisfactorily assessed to Conformity Procedure Annex IV of the Directive and by application of all or part of the following standard(s): Non-Harmonised Standards(s): Harmonised Standard(s): EN 60945, EN 301 025-1, EN 300 698-1 EN 301 025-2, EN 301 025-3, EN 300 698-2, EN 300 698-3, EN 301 843-1, EN 301 843-2, EN 60950
The assessment is consistent with a Technical Construction File showing conformity with the essential requirements of the Directive and has been reviewed by Notified Body No. 0191 The product is labelled with the CE conformity marking, the identification number of the Notified Body and class identifier.
Note: The maximum transmit time is limited to 5 minutes to prevent non-intentional transmissions from occupying the VHF channel.
12. Volume adjusts the volume of the radio up or down.
Note: Differences for European versions of the radio are shown in brackets.
Which menu do I need?
Intercom Hailer Foghorn - Auto Foghorn - Manual Add new entry Select name from list Radio Sensitivity Frequency Group
Call Position request View Delete
Main Menu Intercom/Hailer/Fog
Call Call All Ships Call log Position Position Request Settings ATIS Disable/Enable ATIS Number
My MMSI Group My MMSI
System Information Handset Settings Display Settings ATIS 2
Handset 1 Handset 2 Show position Key beep Backlighting
Notes: (1) A Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) number is required to
operate DSC functions. (2) ATIS function only available on European models. An Automatic Transmission Identification System (ATIS) number is required to operate.
What does the display tell me?
The liquid crystal display (LCD) screen will give you the following information in normal operating mode:
Volume level Squelch level Power setting Operating mode
Volume level Shows the current volume level. Adjustable from 0 to 10. Squelch level Shows the current squelch level. Adjustable from 0 to 10. Power setting Shows the power level. 1 watt (low) or 25 watts (high). Operating mode Shows which operating mode the radio is in, transmit (TX), or receive (RX). Active channel Shows the channel on which the radio is currently operating.
Chapter 2: Operations
This chapter shows you how to operate the controls of the Ray240 and use it to make the common Digital Selective Calling (DSC) calls. There are many other useful functions accessed through the Menus, which are listed in detail at the end of this chapter. Using the radio is simple. All of the functions, except adjusting the active speaker volume are controlled from the handset.
Note: Differences for the European versions of the radio are shown in brackets in the text.
2.2 Using the handset - the controls
How do I
.power the radio On and Off?
Power ON PRESS the 16/9 (16) button to turn on the radio. Power OFF PRESS and HOLD the 16/9 (16) button for 5 seconds.
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After a five second countdown the radio powers off.
.adjust the handset volume?
PRESS the volume key on the side of the handset to adjust the handset volume up or down. Each press of the key raises or lowers the volume by one level.
Position Enables you to manually enter your position and time using the alpha-numeric keypad, if no external position data is being received. Position Request Enables the use of DSC messages to determine the position of other vessels within radio range.The positions of other vessels can be sent to a chart plotter, if interfaced with your radio. See How do I. make a position request?, page 30.
Handset Settings Enables you to adjust the following: Display contrast Keypad backlighting Keypad clicks Alert tones
Chapter 3: Installation
3.1 EMC Installation Guidelines
All Raymarine Equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment. Their design and manufacture conforms to the appropriate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards, but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised. Although every effort has been taken to ensure that they will perform under all conditions, it is important to understand what factors could affect the operation of the product. The guidelines given here describe the conditions for optimum EMC performance, but it is recognized that it may not be possible to meet all of these conditions in all situations. To ensure the best possible conditions for EMC performance within the constraints imposed by any location, always ensure the maximum separation possible between different items of electrical equipment. For optimum EMC performance, it is recommended that wherever possible: Raymarine equipment and cables connected to it are: At least 3 ft. (1m) from any other equipment transmitting or carrying radio signals. In the case of Single Side Band (SSB) radio, the distance should be increased to 7 ft. (2m). More than 7 ft. (2m) from the path of a radar beam. A radar beam can normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above and below the radiating element. The equipment is supplied from a separate battery to that used for engine start. Voltage drops below 10 V, and starter motor transients, can cause the equipment to reset. This will not damage the equipment, but may cause the loss of some information and may change the operating mode. Raymarine specified cables are used. Cutting and rejoining these cables can compromise EMC performance and must be avoided unless doing so is detailed in the installation manual.
If a suppression ferrite is attached to a cable, this ferrite should not be removed. If the ferrite needs to be removed during installation it must be reassembled in the same position. The illustration shows typical cable suppression ferrites used with Raymarine equipment. Always use the ferrites supplied by Raymarine.
You should mount the active speaker in a position where it is easy to hear and is convenient for your use.
Antenna (not supplied)
You should use a good quality VHF antenna, designed for marine use installed in accordance with the following: ensure that the antenna is connected to the radio before transmitting. Raymarine declares a Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) radius of 1.5 meters (per OET Bulletin 65) for this system, assuming 25 watts output to an omnidirectional antenna of 3dBi gain or less. for watercraft with suitable structures, the antenna base must be at least 3.5 meters above the main deck to meet the MPE for persons up to 2 meters tall. for watercraft without such structures, the antenna must be mounted so that its base is a minimum of 1.5 meters vertically from the heads of all persons. as high as possible and free from obstruction for maximum range. VHF transmission is essentially line-of-sight. if you have to extend the length of the co-axial cable between the antenna and the radio, use one that is designed for minimum power loss over the cable length.
When planning the installation, consideration should be given to where cables are to be run:
Try and avoid acute bends in cables. Secure and protect cables from physical damage and protect them from exposure to heat. Avoid running cable through bilges or doorways, or close to moving or hot objects. Where a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or deck head, a water-tight feed-through should be used.
3.4 Typical installation
A typical installation for the Ray 240 is shown below:
Power Red 12V DC Black 0V To Antenna SeaTalk/GPS
Optional 2nd station
3.5 How much space does the Ray240 need?
To help you plan the installation of your Ray240 and its associated components the dimensions are:
A 50mm air space should be left around the transceiver when installed to enable airflow and ventilation for cooling the heatsink.
Note: During normal operation, the transceiver unit heat sink will become warm. This does not affect the operation of the unit.
124 mm (4.88 in)
15 mm 45 mm (0.6 in) (1.78 in)
273 mm (10.75 in)
67 mm (2.64 in)
178 mm (7 in)
Handset and Cradle
99.5 mm (3.9 in)
46 mm (1.8 in)
170 mm (6.7 in)
3.6 How do I make the electrical connections?
You should use the combined Power/Hailer/NMEA cable to make the electrical connections. This cable contains four wire pairs for connection to Direct Current (DC) power, National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) input, and the Hailer/Horn speaker. The connections are:
Cable color Red Black Yellow Green Black White Blue Brown Orange Black Connection 12 Volt Positive 12 Volt Negative Hailer + Hailer Not used NMEA In + NMEA In NMEA Out + NMEA Out Not used
Raymarine recommend that unused connections have the tinned ends removed and the tails are taped back to the main cable sheath. For optimal installation, use screened cables throughout, ensuring that the screen connection is continuous and terminates at the boats earth. The Ray240 base transceiver does not have an ON/OFF switch. It is therefore strongly recommended that your radio is connected to the boats power supply through a dedicated power breaker to avoid unnecessary drain on the electrical system when your boat is not in use. To ensure that the unit works correctly: You should connect the power cable to the DC supply using lugs (not supplied) that have been crimped and soldered. Use an antenna and mount that does not connect the co-axial cable outer to the ships earth.
How do I connect the cables to the transceiver?
You connect the cables to the labelled connectors as follows:
Position data input
How do I connect the handset to the transceiver?
You should connect the handset cable to the transceiver using the bulkhead mounted connector. Full details of which are shown on the Installation Guide.
3.7 How do I get position data?
You can get position data for providing latitude and longitude information using either NMEA or SeaTalk connections.
If you have a SeaTalk instruments installed, this is the most convenient way to connect your radio for position data to be received. Using the SeaTalk Auxiliary Junction Box, Part No. R55006 (not supplied), enables Sea Talk and Global Positioning System (GPS) inputs to be connected in one place.
You should connect the White and Blue (NMEA + and -) wires of the combined cable to the input wires of the positioning device using a suitable connector block. The following sentences are used by the Ray240: Received - GGA, GLL, RMC, ZDA. For specific instructions on how to connect your particular GPS, refer to the handbook which came with that device.
3.8 Setting up the Ray240
. enter my boats MMSI number?
Have your MMSI number ready before you start
Handset Display DSC Operations ATIS CANCEL
my MMSI group my MMSI
CAUTION: MMSI NUMBER You only get one chance to enter the MMSI number. Take care to get it right!
1st MMSI CANCEL
Notes: (1) To change the MMSI number the radio must be returned to your Rayma-
(2) When setting up a group MMSI, the number must be pre-fixed by a zero.
.enter my ATIS number?
Have your ATIS number ready before you start
CAUTION: ATIS NUMBER You only get one chance to enter the ATIS number. Take care to get it right!
1st input ATIS CANCEL
2nd input ATIS CANCEL
Note: This procedure is only applicable to the European version of the Ray240.
Chapter 4: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
The Ray240 is designed to provide long-term operation. It is recognized, however that environmental and other factors may result in the need for occasional service.
4.2 What maintenance can I do?
The Ray240 has no user serviceable parts or adjustments. Never remove the cover or attempt to service the product. Your attention to a few basic points should ensure many years of service: Although the unit is waterproof, keep it as dry as possible. Clean the exterior of the unit with a tissue or soft non-abrasive cloth. CAUTION: Do not use solvents or other chemicals to clean this equipment. Regularly inspect the radio case and antenna for any physical damage.
4.3 How do I troubleshoot the Ray240?
All Raymarine products are, prior to packing and shipping, subjected to comprehensive test and quality assurance programs. However, if your Ray240 should develop a fault, please refer to the following table to identify the most likely cause and the suggested action required to return the radio to normal operation. If you still have a problem after referring to the table below, contact your local Raymarine dealer, national distributor or Raymarine Technical Services Department for further advice. Always quote the product serial number, which you will find printed on the unit.
Problem Radio will not power up
(a) Loose wiring connection (a) Check all connections (b) 10 amp Fuse has blown (b) Check 10 amp fuse and replace if necessary. MMSI number not entered Information not being received from GPS Check MMSI number has been entered correctly Check GPS is switched on and connected to the radio. Check units are interfaced correctly.
DSC functions are not working Position data not shown
4.4 How do I get the radio serviced?
In the US/Canada
In the unlikely event of your Ray240 developing a problem, contact the Raymarine dealer from where it was purchased. Service may also be obtained by returning the unit to: Product Repair Center Raymarine Inc., 22 Cotton Road, Unit D, Nashua, NH 03063-4219. Telephone: 1-603-881-5200 Fax: 1-603-864-4756
In the unlikely event of your Ray240 developing a problem, contact the Raymarine Dealer from where it was purchased. Service may also be obtained by returning the unit to: Raymarine Ltd. Anchorage Park Portsmouth, Hampshire England, PO3 5TD. Tel +44 (0) 3611 Fax +44(0) 4642
Rest of the World
Please contact the authorized distributor in your country. A list of worldwide distributors is supplied with your unit and is also displayed on the Raymarine web site.
4.5 How do I contact Raymarine?
In the US and Canada you can contact Raymarine as follows:
Technical Support 1-800-539-5539 ext 2444 1-603-881-5200 ext 2444
Our Technical Support Specialists are available to answer installation, operation and troubleshooting questions, Monday to Friday 0815 hours to 1800 hours Eastern Standard Time.
Accessories and Parts 1-800-539-5539 ext 2333 1-603-881-5200 ext 2333
Ray240 User Manual Most Raymarine accessory items and parts are available through your authorized Raymarine Dealer. However items not available from them may be ordered Monday to Friday 0815 hours to 1700 hours Eastern Standard Time.
In Europe and the Rest of the World
In Europe and the Rest of the World you can contact Raymarine as follows:
Technical Support Tel: +44 (0) 4713 Fax: +44 (0) 1228
The Technical Services Department handles enquiries concerning installation, operation, fault diagnosis and repair.
On the Internet
You can also reach us on the Raymarine World Wide Web site: www.raymarine.com Navigate to the Customer Support page, which provides links for: Finding factory service locations and Authorized dealers near you. Accessing handbooks. Searching questions and answers in our solution database by product, category, keywords and phrases. Submitting a question to our technical support staff, who will reply to you via e-mail. Questions also be sent directly to the Technical Support Department on the Customer Support page by clicking Ask Raymarine.
Appendix A: VHF Channels
BOATER CALLING CHANNEL Use this channel for calling other leisure ships DIGITAL SELECTIVE CALLING Is available for Digital Selective calling only and is not available for voice transmissions. MARIME SUPPORT OPERATIONS CANADIAN COAST GUARD These channels are reserved for use by the Canadian Coast Guard only
72, 73 19, 22, 81, 82, 83
Footnotes to table: 1. Pacific Coast only. 2. Great Lakes only. 3. East Coast only. 4. Pacific Coast, Inland Waterways of British Columbia and the Yukon only. 5. Pacific Coast and Lake Winnipeg only. 6. Pacific Coast, Atlantic Coast and Great Lakes only. 7. St. Lawrence River, power limited to 1 watt.
Note: Operators should check order of preference for channel use with local information for chosen area of operation.
Country United Kingdom Denmark Finland, Norway & Sweden Channel Designation M1 M2 L1 L2 L1 L2 L37 F1 F2 F3 Channel use Pleasure Boat Pleasure Boat Pleasure Boat Pleasure Boat Pleasure Boat Pleasure Boat Pleasure Boat NL Marina UK Marina Fishing Boat Fishing Boat Fishing Boat
Netherlands Denmark, Finland, Norway & Sweden
These National channels have been allocated for the specific use within those countries listed. To use them you must have the appropriate license and your Ray240 must be programmed by an authorized Raymarine dealer to use the national channels that are approved for your country.
Appendix B: Technical specification
Channels Frequency Stability Frequency Range Channel Spacing Power Output Modulation Modulation Audio Response FM Hum & Noise level Audio Distortion Spurious & Harmonic (25W) Antenna Impedance
All available US, International and Canadian VHF Marine Band 1.5 kHz 155.000 - 165.000 MHz 25 kHz 25 W / 1 W Frequency modulation +1 to -30dB of 6db/ octave 300 Hz to 3000 Hz < -40 dB < 10% better than 80 dB 50 ohms
Channels Frequency Range Frequency Stability Usable Sensitivity (20dB) SINAD Squelch Sensitivity Adjacent Channel Rejection Spurious Image Rejection Inter modulation Rejection
All available US, International and Canadian VHF Marine Band 155.000 - 165.000 MHz 1.5 kHz <0.4 V <0.2V > 70 dB > 70 dB > 68 dB
Audio Output (active speaker) Audio distortion Hum & Noise in Audio
5W < 5% < -40 dB
Output - 4 Ohms - 8 Ohms
Input Voltage Current 25W @ 13.8V transmit Temperature Range Water Protection
12V nominal (10.8 to 15.6) <6 amps 140 F to + 1220 F (-100 C to +500 C) operational -40 F to + 1580 F (-200 C to +700 C) non-operating Handset - submersible to IPX 7 Active speaker - waterproof to CFR 46 Transceiver unit - drip resistant
Appendix C: Hints and Tips
To help make call letters more clearly understood, and to assist in spelling out similar sounding or unfamiliar word, radiotelephone users employ the international phonetic alphabet.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M ALPHA BRAVO CHARLIE DELTA ECHO FOXTROT GOLF HOTEL INDIA JULIET KILO LIMA MIKE N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z NOVEMBER OSCAR PAPA QUEBEC ROMEO SIERRA TANGO UNIFORM VICTOR WHISKEY X-RAY YANKEE ZULU
Prowords can be used to simplify and speed up radio communications. Proword
ACKNOWLEDGE CONFIRM CORRECTION
Have you received and understood? My version is. is that correct? An error has been made; the correct version is. I repeat. (e.g. important words) What follows is spelt phonetically End of work I have completed this part of my message, and I am inviting you to reply Receipt acknowledged Repeat your message (or the part indicated) Used when a station is uncertain of the identity of a station which is calling
I SAY AGAIN I SPELL OUT OVER
RECEIVED SAY AGAIN STATION CALLING
Appendix D: List Of Abbreviations
A ATIS dB dc DSC DTMF EMC EME FCC GMDSS GPS Hz kHz LCD MHz mm MMSI NMEA NOAA PTT RF RX SWR TX Amperes Automatic Transmission Identification System Decibels Direct Current Digital Selective Calling Dual Tone Multi-Frequency Electromagnetic Compatibility Electromagnetic Energy Federal Communications Commission Global Maritime Distress and Safety System Global Positioning System Hertz Kilo Hertz Liquid Crystal Display Mega Hertz millimeters Maritime Mobile Service Identity National Marine Electronics Association National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Push To Talk Radio Frequency Receiver Standing Wave Ratio Transmit
UK V VHF United Kingdom Volts Very High Frequency
Limited Warranty Certificate - VHF Products
In order to ensure that the equipment continues to operate efficiently and reliably, we recommend that before using the product, the customer carefully read the Owners handbook and follow the advice on the safe and correct operation and use of the product. We recommend that Raymarine equipment, be installed by an approved Raymarine installer.
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