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SNZ AS/NZS IEC 62287.1

Maritime navigation and radiocommunication equipment and systems-Class B shipborne equipment of the automatic identification system (AIS) Part 1: Carrier-sense time division multiple access (CSTDMA) techniques

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Organization: SNZ
Publication Date: 28 November 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 100
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This part of IEC 62287 specifies the minimum operational and performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results for Class B shipborne AIS equipment using CSTDMA techniques. This standard takes into account other associated IEC International Standards and existing national standards, as applicable.

It is applicable for AIS equipment used on craft that are not covered by the mandatory carriage requirement of AIS under SOLAS Chapter V.

An AIS station intended to operate in receive-only mode is not considered a Class B shipborne mobile AIS station.

Document History

SNZ AS/NZS IEC 62287.1
November 28, 2014
Maritime navigation and radiocommunication equipment and systems-Class B shipborne equipment of the automatic identification system (AIS) Part 1: Carrier-sense time division multiple access (CSTDMA) techniques
This part of IEC 62287 specifies the minimum operational and performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results for Class B shipborne AIS equipment using CSTDMA techniques. This...
February 6, 2007
Maritime navigation and radiocommunication equipment and systems—Class B shipborne equipment of the automatic identification system (AIS) Part 1: Carrier-sense time division multiple access (CSTDMA) techniques
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