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NAVIGATION GENERAL (Electronic Navigation) Quiz

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Which of the following VHF channels would radio distress procedures involving MAYDAY calls be conducted on?

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The word “PAN” spoken three times would indicate which of the following according to Radio Distress Procedures?

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Which of the following calls takes priority over all others according to radio distress procedures?

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Category: OUPV – NAVIGATION GENERAL – Electronic Navigation

What should all stations that hear a radio distress signal do?

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How many times should the word “MAYDAY” be spoken during a radio distress call?

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Category: OUPV – NAVIGATION GENERAL – Electronic Navigation

A further distress message to prevent radio traffic interference with a MAYDAY call would be:

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You hear the word “Securitay” three times on your radiotelephone. It would mean:

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Category: OUPV – NAVIGATION GENERAL – Electronic Navigation

What is the distress frequency of the VHF-FM band of a radiotelephone?

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Category: OUPV – NAVIGATION GENERAL – Electronic Navigation

Which of the following statements is true concerning GPS?

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Category: OUPV – NAVIGATION GENERAL – Electronic Navigation

To determine the actual depth of water, what should you apply to a Fathometer reading?

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Category: OUPV – NAVIGATION GENERAL – Electronic Navigation

The part of a Fathometer that sends and receives the sound waves is the:

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