The present document states the minimum requirements for equipment to be used for generation, transmission and
reception of Digital Selective Calling (DSC) for use on board ships.
DSC is intended to be used in the Medium Frequency (MF), High Frequency (HF) and Very High Frequency (VHF)
bands of the Maritime Mobile Service (MMS), for distress, urgency and safety communication and general
communications.
The present document is part 1 of a multi-part deliverable that covers the requirements to be fulfilled by:
• DSC equipment integrated with a transmitter and/or a receiver;
• DSC equipment not integrated with a transmitter and/or a receiver.
These requirements include the relevant provisions of the ITU Radio Regulations [i.15] and Recommendations ITU-R
M.493-15 [2], M.541-10 [3], M.689-3 [4] and M.1082-1 [5], the International Convention for the Safety Of Life At Sea
(SOLAS) [i.14], and the following resolutions/circulars of the International Maritime Organization (IMO):
A.694(17) [14], A.803(19) [15] amended by MSC.68(68) Annex 1 [17], A.804(19) [16], MSC.68(68) Annex 2 [17],
A.806(19) [18], MSC.68(68) Annex 3 [17], MSC 302(87) [12] and MSC/Circ.862 [19].
Equipment for generation, transmission and reception of DSC designed according to the following equipment classes:
• Class A: includes all the facilities defined in annex 1 of Recommendation ITU-R M.493-15 [2] and complies
Performance Standards A.803(19) for VHF [15], A.804(19) for MF [16] and A.806(19) for MF/HF equipment
capable of voice and DSC [18].
• Class D: provides minimum facilities for VHF DSC distress, urgency and safety as well as routine calling and
reception as recommended by IMO MSC/Circ.803 [i.2] for non-SOLAS vessels participating in the GMDSS
and defined by Recommendation ITU-R M.493-15 [2].
• Class E: provides minimum facilities for MF and/or HF DSC distress, urgency and safety as well as routine
calling and reception as recommended by IMO MSC/Circ.803 [i.2] for non-SOLAS vessels participating in the
GMDSS and Recommendation ITU-R M.493-15 [2].
• Class H: provides minimum facilities for handheld VHF DSC distress, urgency and safety as well as routine
calling and reception as recommended by IMO MSC/Circ.803 [i.2] for non-SOLAS vessels participating in the
GMDSS and Recommendation ITU-R M.493-15 [2].
• Class M: provides minimum facilities for VHF Man Overboard devices as defined in Recommendation
ITU-R M.493-15 [2].
NOTE 1: Class A equipment may support the optional semi-automatic/automatic service in accordance with
Recommendations ITU-R M.689-3 [4], M.1082-1 [5] and M.493-15 [2], tables A1-4.10.1 and A1-4.10.2
and are encouraged to do so.
NOTE 2: Class D and Class E equipment may also support the optional semi-automatic/automatic service.
NOTE 3: Class D, Class E, Class H should provide a defined list of functions as a closed list for these classes of
equipment is the preferable approach to ensure safe and simple operation. Optional functions should be
avoided, with the intention to provide the same functionality of all equipment of one class.

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This document specifies requirements, methods of testing and required test results where
standards are needed to provide a basic level of protection against cyber incidents (i.e.
malicious attempts, which actually or potentially result in adverse consequences to equipment,
their networks or the information that they process, store or transmit) for:
a) shipborne radio equipment forming part of the global maritime distress and safety system
(GMDSS) mentioned in the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) as
amended, and by the Torremolinos International Convention for the Safety of Fishing
Vessels as amended, and to other shipborne radio equipment, where appropriate;
b) shipborne navigational equipment mentioned in the International Convention for Safety of
Life at Sea (SOLAS) as amended, and by the Torremolinos International Convention for the
Safety of Fishing Vessels as amended,
c) other shipborne navigational aids, and Aids to Navigation (AtoN), where appropriate.
The document is organised as a series of modules dealing with different aspects. The document
considers both normal operation of equipment and the maintenance of equipment. For each
module, a statement is provided indicating whether the module applies during normal operation
or in maintenance mode.
Communication initiated from navigation or radiocommunication equipment outside of items a),
b) and c) above, for example ship side to other ship or shore side, are outside of the scope of
this document.
This document does not address cyber-hygiene checks, for example anti-malware scanning,
etc., performed outside of the cases defined in this document.

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for radiolocation equipment
with the following characteristics:
• intended to operate in maritime dynamic positioning systems functioning with full duplex links having a
duplex separation of 30 MHz;
• operating in the 9 GHz frequency band;
• with an integral antenna.

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This document specifies design, construction, installation and test requirements for remote mechanical
cable steering systems and the output ram interface point to rudders, jet drives, outboard and
sterndrive engines for small craft.
It is applicable to three distinct classes of steering systems for use on various types of craft:
— standard duty steering systems, for small craft with single and twin installations of outboard
engines with a total over 15 kW power, and with rudders, sterndrives, and water-jet drives;
— light duty steering systems, for small craft with a single outboard engine of 15 kW to 40 kW power;
— mini-jet steering systems, excluding personal watercraft.
NOTE Standard and light duty steering systems are mechanically interchangeable. A standard duty steering
system can be used on a craft designed for a light duty system. However, a light duty steering system cannot
be used on a craft that requires a standard duty steering system. Mini-jet steering systems are mechanically
differentiated from the previously mentioned systems and can only be used on mini-jet craft as defined in this
document.
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This part of IEC 61924 specifies the minimum requirements for the design, manufacture,
integration, methods of testing and required test results for an integrated navigation system
(INS) to comply with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) requirements of Resolution
MSC.252(83), as amended by Resolution MSC.452(99). In addition, it takes account of IMO
Resolution A.694(17) to which IEC 60945 is associated. When a requirement in this document
is different from IEC 60945, the requirement of this document takes precedence.
For bridge alert management, IMO Resolution MSC.302(87) supersedes IMO Resolution
MSC.252(83). Accordingly, this document incorporates references to IEC 62923-1 and
IEC 62923-2 which are associated with Resolution MSC.302(87) for requirements and tests,
where applicable. This document indicates which requirements and associated tests of
MSC.252(83) have been superseded by MSC.302(87).
NOTE All text of this document whose wording is identical to that in IMO Resolution MSC.252(83), as amended by
MSC.452(99), is printed in italics and the Resolution and paragraph number indicated between brackets.

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IEC 63154:2021 specifies requirements, methods of testing and required test results where standards are needed to provide a basic level of protection against cyber incidents (i.e. malicious attempts, which actually or potentially result in adverse consequences to equipment, their networks or the information that they process, store or transmit) for:
a) shipborne radio equipment forming part of the global maritime distress and safety system (GMDSS) mentioned in the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) as amended, and by the Torremolinos International Convention for the Safety of Fishing Vessels as amended, and to other shipborne radio equipment, where appropriate;
b) shipborne navigational equipment mentioned in the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) as amended, and by the Torremolinos International Convention for the Safety of Fishing Vessels as amended,
c) other shipborne navigational aids, and Aids to Navigation (AtoN), where appropriate.

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IEC PAS 61174-1:2021 specifies requirements, methods of testing and required test results for route plan exchange format (RTZ).
This PAS has been developed to improve interoperability between equipment implementing route plan exchange format by addressing issues uncovered in the original RTZ specification (Annex S of IEC 61174:2015), and in recognition of the fact that some manufacturers have identified a pressing business need to implement an improved and expanded version of the RTZ format.
It is intended to complement the original RTZ specification. This PAS provides a revised version 1.2 of the RTZ schema but retains the original version 1.0 of the schema unchanged. The intention is that compliance with this PAS can be achieved without compromising compliance with IEC 61174:2015.

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IEC PAS 63343:2021 specifies technical requirements, methods of test and required test results for equipment implementing ASM part of the VHF Data exchange system (VDES) as defined in ITU-R M.2092.

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IEC 61924-2:2021 is available as IEC 61924-2:2021 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 61924-2:2021 specifies the minimum requirements for the design, manufacture, integration, methods of testing and required test results for an integrated navigation system (INS) to comply with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) requirements of Resolution MSC.252(83), as amended by Resolution MSC.452(99). In addition, it takes account of IMO Resolution A.694(17) to which IEC 60945 is associated. When a requirement in this document is different from IEC 60945, the requirement of this document takes precedence.

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This document specifies design and testing requirements for steering wheels for small craft.

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for below-deck equipment for
maritime mobile broadband radiocommunication systems (MBR) radio equipment utilizing integral electronically phase
steered antennae applicable for communications between vessels and between vessels and platforms engaged in
coordinated off-shore activities and intended to operate at the frequencies shown in table 1, operating with linear
polarization or Left Hand Circular Polarization (LHCP)
NOTE: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.2 of Directive
2014/53/EU is given in annex A.

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The present document specifies the minimum requirements for shipborne radio transmitters and receivers for fixed
installations operating in the VHF frequency bands between 156 MHz and 174 MHz used by the maritime mobile
service, using both 25 kHz and 12,5 kHz channels and capable of Radiotelephony and Digital Selective Calling
communications within the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System. The present document incorporates the
requirements of the relevant resolutions of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and is primarily intended to
specify equipment suitable for fitting to ships subject to the SOLAS Convention [i.2] and complying with the Council
Directive 2014/90/EU [i.3] of 23 July 2014 on marine equipment (the European Marine Equipment Directive).
The present document does not address the testing of ancillary equipment on a stand-alone basis, i.e. separately from the
radio equipment with which it is to be used.

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for X-band radar sensors
intended for Coastal Surveillance (CS), Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) and harbour surveillance with the following
characteristics:
• Operating in the following frequency range:
- 8 500 MHz to 10 000 MHz utilizing modulated or unmodulated pulses.
• Transmitter Peak Envelope Power up to 100 kW.
• The transmitter output (from power amplifier) towards the antenna uses a hollow metallic rectangular
waveguide of type WR90/WG16/R100 according to IEC 60153-2 [i.3] with a minimum length of 92 cm
(20 times the wavelength of the waveguide cut-off frequency).
• The antenna is rotating, waveguide-based and passive.
• At the transceiver output an RF-circulator is used.
NOTE: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.2 of Directive
2014/53/EU [i.1] is given in annex A.

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This document specifies operational and performance requirements and methods of testing for night vision equipment fitted to high-speed craft. NOTE In this document, the text identical to IMO Resolution MSC.94 (72) is printed in italics; references to the paragraphs concerned in the IMO Resolution are given in brackets.

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The present document states the minimum requirements for equipment to be used for generation, transmission and
reception of Class A Digital Selective Calling (DSC) for use on board ships.
DSC is intended to be used in the Medium Frequency (MF), High Frequency (HF) and Very High Frequency (VHF)
bands of the Maritime Mobile Service (MMS), for both distress, safety and general communications.
The present document is part 2 of a multi-part deliverable that covers the requirements to be fulfilled by equipment that
is either integrated with a transmitter and/or a receiver or equipment that is a stand-alone DSC terminal and has the
following class of DSC:
• Class A: includes all the facilities defined in annex 1 of Recommendation ITU-R M.493-15 [3] and complies
with the IMO Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) carriage requirements for MF/HF
installations and/or VHF installations.
These requirements include the relevant provisions of the ITU Radio Regulations [2] and Recommendation ITU-R
RM.493-15 [3], the International Convention for the Safety Of Life At Sea (SOLAS) [1], and the relevant resolutions of
the International Maritime Organization (IMO) [4].

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The present document states the minimum requirements for devices using Digital Selective Calling (DSC) Class M, for
Man Overboard (MOB). The present document defines the requirements for equipment that uses DSC alerting and
signalling in the maritime mobile bands and particularly the GMDSS distress and safety channels. Such equipment is
not intended to provide any subsequent communications or telephony facilities.
The present document is part 6 of a multi-part deliverable that covers the channel access rules and technical
requirements applicable to these devices.

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The present document states the minimum requirements for general communication for shipborne fixed installations using
DSC - class D.
Class D DSC is intended be used in the Very High Frequency (VHF) band of the Maritime Mobile Service (MMS), for
distress, urgency and safety communication and general communications using telephony for subsequent
communications.
The present document is part 3 of a multi-part deliverable that covers the requirements to be fulfilled by equipment that
is either integrated with a transmitter and/or a receiver or equipment that is a stand-alone DSC terminal.
These requirements include the relevant provisions and the guidelines of the IMO as detailed in MSC/Circ.803 [i.1] for
non-SOLAS vessels participating in the GMDSS as well as Commission Decision of 12 August 2013
(2013/638/EU) [i.5].

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The present document states the minimum requirements for general communication for handheld VHF radios using the
handheld class H DSC for shipborne use.
Class H DSC may be used in the Very High Frequency (VHF) Maritime Mobile Service (MMS), for distress, urgency
and safety communication and general communications using telephony for subsequent communications.
The present document is part 5 of a multi-part deliverable that covers the requirements to be fulfilled by equipment that
is integrated with a handheld transceiver.
These requirements include the relevant provisions and the guidelines of the IMO as detailed in MSC/Circ.803 [i.1] for
non-SOLAS vessels participating in the GMDSS.

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IEC 61108-5 specifies the minimum performance requirements, methods of testingand required test results for BDS shipborne receiver equipment, based on IMO resolutionMSC.379(93), which uses the signals from the BeiDou navigation satellite system in order todetermine position. It takes account of the general requirements given in IMO resolutionA.694(17) and is associated with IEC 60945. When a requirement in this document is differentfrom IEC 60945, the requirement in this document takes precedence. This document also takesaccount, as appropriate, of requirements for the presentation of navigation-related informationon shipborne navigational displays given in IMO resolution MSC.191(79) and is associated withIEC 62288 and MSC.302(87) associated with IEC 62923-1.This receiver standard applies to navigation in the ocean, coastal, harbour entrances, harbourapproaches and restricted waters, as defined in IMO resolution A.915(22) and IMO resolutionA.1046(27).

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IEC 61108-5:2020 specifies the minimum performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results for BDS shipborne receiver equipment, based on IMO resolution MSC.379(93), which uses the signals from the BeiDou navigation satellite system in order to determine position. It takes account of the general requirements given in IMO resolution A.694(17) and is associated with IEC 60945. When a requirement in this document is different from IEC 60945, the requirement in this document takes precedence. This document also takes account, as appropriate, of requirements for the presentation of navigation-related information on shipborne navigational displays given in IMO resolution MSC.191(79) and is associated with IEC 62288 and MSC.302(87) associated with IEC 62923-1.
This receiver standard applies to navigation in the ocean, coastal, harbour entrances, harbour approaches and restricted waters, as defined in IMO resolution A.915(22) and IMO resolution A.1046(27).

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This document specifies the minimum operational, functional and performance requirements, as well as methods of testing and the corresponding required test results, for heading control systems installed on board ships conforming to performance standards adopted by IMO Resolution MSC.64(67), Annex 3. In addition, it takes into account parts of IMO resolution A.694(17) to which IEC 60945 is associated. Also it takes into account IMO resolution MSC.302(87) on bridge alert management (BAM). In this document, the ship models of simulators used for performance testing are based on those from ships with a combined system of propeller propulsion and conventional rudder, with a speed range of up to 30 knots. The test results are considered also to be valid for ships with multiple parallel operated rudders. NOTE The text in this document that is identical to that in IMO Resolution A.342(IX), as amended by IMO Resolution MSC.64(67) Annex 3, and IMO Resolution A.694(17), is printed in italics.

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The present document states the minimum requirements for equipment to be used for generation, transmission and
reception of Digital Selective Calling (DSC) for use on board ships.
DSC is intended to be used in the Medium Frequency (MF), High Frequency (HF) and Very High Frequency (VHF)
bands of the Maritime Mobile Service (MMS), for distress, urgency and safety communication and general
communications.
The present document is part 1 of a multi-part deliverable that covers the requirements to be fulfilled by:
• DSC equipment integrated with a transmitter and/or a receiver;
• DSC equipment not integrated with a transmitter and/or a receiver.
These requirements include the relevant provisions of the ITU Radio Regulations [i.17] and Recommendations ITU-R
M.493-15 [2], M.541-10 [3], M.689-3 [4] and M.1082-1 [5], the International Convention for the Safety Of Life At Sea
(SOLAS) [i.16], and the relevant resolutions of the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
Equipment for generation, transmission and reception of DSC designed according to the following equipment classes:
• Class A: includes all the facilities defined in annex 1 of Recommendation ITU-R M.493-15 [2] and complies
with the IMO Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) carriage requirements for MF/HF
installations and/or VHF installations.
• Class D: provides minimum facilities for VHF DSC distress, urgency and safety as well as routine calling and
reception as recommended by IMO MSC/Circ.803 [i.2] for non-SOLAS vessels participating in the GMDSS.
• Class E: provides minimum facilities for MF and/or HF DSC distress, urgency and safety as well as routine
calling and reception as recommended by IMO MSC/Circ.803 [i.2] for non-SOLAS vessels participating in the
GMDSS.
• Class H: provides minimum facilities for handheld VHF DSC distress, urgency and safety as well as routine
calling and reception as recommended by IMO MSC/Circ.803 [i.2] for non-SOLAS vessels participating in the
GMDSS.
• Class M: provides minimum facilities for VHF Man Overboard devices as defined in Recommendation ITU-R
M.493-15 [2].
NOTE 1: Class A equipment may support the optional semi-automatic/automatic service in accordance with
Recommendations ITU-R M.689-3 [4], M.1082-1 [5] and M.493-15 [2], tables A1-4.10.1 and A1-4.10.2
and are encouraged to do so.
NOTE 2: Class D and Class E equipment may also support the optional semi-automatic/automatic service.

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This document provides general and specific recommendations related to the quality of communication, connectivity, installation, performance and maintenance of onboard telephone equipment, including automatic telephones, common battery telephones, battery-less telephones and sound-powered telephones. It also specifies requirements for the related performance tests (shop tests and onsite tests) and for the maintenance tests. It is not applicable to digital telephones, LAN (VoIP) telephones, and wireless telephones. NOTE These telephones are excluded because they were under development during the elaboration of this document so that their specifications remained to be determined.

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This document specifies requirements for the construction and performance of marine magnetic compasses for navigation and steering purposes, binnacles and azimuth reading devices. Two types of binnacle are specified; the appropriate type for a given vessel is determined by the design of the ship (see Clause 5). This document applies to liquid-filled magnetic compasses: — intended for use in ship's navigation and steering in sea navigation; — having a direct reading system; and — which can be of the reflecting, projecting or transmitting types. In the context of this document, a magnetic compass is an instrument consisting of a directional system supported by a single pivot inside a bowl that is completely filled with liquid and supported by gimbals inside or outside the bowl. However, this document also addresses compasses without gimbals; the requirements relating to gimbals do not apply to such compasses. This document applies to magnetic compasses carried on board: a) all ships required to carry a standard compass as per SOLAS Chapter V, the Class A magnetic compass; b) lifeboats and rescue boats as per the IMO Lifesaving Appliances (LSA) Code, fitted with the Class B magnetic compass; and c) all ships to which a) and b) above do not apply, but which are fitted with a Class A or B magnetic compass. This document does not apply to: a) dry card compasses; b) types of compass designed on principles different from those stated above or not complying with the descriptions given; or c) hand bearing compasses. The requirements for the testing and certification of marine magnetic compasses, azimuth reading devices and binnacles are given in Annexes A, B, C, and D. The requirements for the positioning in ships, the determination of safe distances and the deviation adjustment of compasses are given in Annexes E, F and G, respectively. The special requirements of the magnetic compass for lifeboats/rescue boats are given in Annex H.

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IEC 61097-16:2019 specifies the minimum operational and performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results for any ship earth stations intended for operation in mobile-satellite systems and services which are recognized by the International Maritime Organization as meeting the criteria required by the IMO under regulation IV/4-1 of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, as amended, for the provision of mobile-satellite systems and services in the GMDSS, regardless of the mobile satellite provider used.
This document incorporates the minimum criteria and performance standards of the IMO, currently prescribed in IMO Resolution A.1001(25) in IMO Resolution MSC.434(98) and is also associated with IMO Resolution A.694(17) and IEC 60945.
Matters relating to the installation of the ship earth station are given in Annex A.

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IEC 62148-19: 2019 covers the photonic chip scale package. The purpose of this document is to specify adequately the physical requirements of optical transmitters and receivers that will enable mechanical interchangeability of transmitters and receivers.
Keywords: physical interface for photonic chip scale packages

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for low power maritime
personal locating devices employing AIS.
The present document does not cover requirements for the integrated GNSS receiver providing locating function.
The present document incorporates the relevant provisions of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) radio
regulations [i.4] included in Recommendation ITU-R M.1371-5 [1].
For this application, both the radiated power and the length of time of operation are limited to enable the equipment to
be sufficiently small and light to be worn comfortably at all times and to limit the operating range to a local area.
NOTE: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.2 of Directive
2014/53/EU [i.1] is given in annex A.

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This document provides general requirements for the accuracy, installation, calibration and verification of trim and list inclinometers used for the determination of trim and list of LNG carriers for the purpose of measuring on-board cargo level.

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This document specifies the minimum operational and performance requirements, methods of
testing and required test results as applicable for automatic identification systems (AIS) VHF
data link (VDL) related parts of an AIS SAR airborne station. This document incorporates the
applicable technical characteristics of AIS SAR airborne equipment included in
Recommendation ITU-R M.1371 and takes into account the ITU Radio Regulations, where
applicable.
This document also specifies the minimum requirements for the interfaces to other equipment
suitable to be used as means of input and display data.
Attention is drawn on that other requirements specific for airborne equipment can exist and
are beyond the scope of this document.

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This document specifies the minimum operational and performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results as applicable for automatic identification systems (AIS) VHF data link (VDL) related parts of an AIS SAR airborne station. This document incorporates the applicable technical characteristics of AIS SAR airborne equipment included in Recommendation ITU-R M.1371 and takes into account the ITU Radio Regulations, where applicable. This document also specifies the minimum requirements for the interfaces to other equipment suitable to be used as means of input and display data. Attention is drawn on that other requirements specific for airborne equipment can exist and are beyond the scope of this document.

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This part of IEC 62923 specifies standard alert identifiers and reserved cluster identifiers to
be used when applying bridge alert management. The intent is to reduce the number of
different identifiers used for similar alerts as much as possible.

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for VHF radio transmitters and
receivers operating on board ships in frequency bands allocated to the maritime mobile service, used on inland
waterways as defined by Regional Agreements or responsible Administrations.
The present document applies to VHF transmitters and receivers fitted with a 50 Ω external antenna socket or connector
for use on board ships on inland waterways and operating in the bands between 156 MHz and 174 MHz allocated to the
maritime mobile service by the ITU Radio Regulations [1], Appendix 18.
For countries where the Automatic Transmitter Identification System (ATIS) is mandatory, the requirements of annex B
apply as well.
NOTE: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.2 and article 3.3(g)
of Directive 2014/53/EU [i.3] is given in annex A.

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This part of IEC 61993 specifies the minimum operational and performance requirements,
methods of testing and required test results conforming to performance standards adopted by
IMO in Resolution MSC.74(69):1998, Annex 3. This document incorporates the applicable
technical characteristics of Class A shipborne equipment included in Recommendation ITU-R
M.1371 and takes into account the ITU Radio Regulations, where applicable. In addition, it
takes account of IMO Resolution A.694(17) to which IEC 60945 is associated. When a
requirement in this document is different from IEC 60945, the requirement of this document
takes precedence.
This document also specifies the minimum requirements both for the means to input and
display data and for the interfaces to other equipment suitable to be used as means of input
and display data.
NOTE All text of this document that is identical to that in IMO resolution MSC.74(69):1998, Annex 3, or to that in
ITU-R Recommendation M.1371 is printed in italics, and references to the resolution (abbreviated to "A3") or the
recommendation (abbreviated to "M.1371") and paragraph numbers are indicated in parentheses, for instance
(A3/3.3) or (M.1371-5/A2-3.3) respectively.

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IEC 63135:2018 specifies the minimum operational and performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results as applicable for automatic identification systems (AIS) VHF data link (VDL) related parts of an AIS SAR airborne station. This document incorporates the applicable technical characteristics of AIS SAR airborne equipment included in Recommendation ITU-R M.1371 and takes into account the ITU Radio Regulations, where applicable.
This document also specifies the minimum requirements for the interfaces to other equipment suitable to be used as means of input and display data.
Attention is drawn on that other requirements specific for airborne equipment can exist and are beyond the scope of this document.

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This part of IEC 62923 specifies the operational and performance requirements, methods of
testing, and required test results for the bridge alert management (BAM) in support of IMO
resolution MSC.302(87). It is applicable to all alerts presented on and transferred to the
bridge.
NOTE All text of this document whose wording is identical to that of IMO resolution MSC.302(87) is printed in
italics, and the resolution and associated performance standard paragraph numbers are indicated in brackets.
(MSC.302/2) To enhance the safety of operation, the Performance standards given in
resolution MSC.302(87) provide requirements for the harmonized presentation and treatment
of alerts on the bridge and specify a central alert management (CAM) system.
Annex E provides guidance on design principles that, when applied, will achieve the desired
enhancement of safety.
(MSC.302/3) Module A (Clause 6) of this document describes the general concept of the BAM
and the presentation of alerts on the bridge equipment. Modules B (Clause 7) and D
(Clause 9) contain requirements for the CAM and the CAM-HMI. Module C (Clause 8)
describes the interface requirements for BAM.
BAM is a concept that imposes requirements on equipment that handles and presents alerts
on the bridge, including equipment that provides central alert management (CAM) system
functionalities.
• Equipment is BAM compliant if it meets Module A – Presentation and handling of alerts on
the bridge and Module C – Interfacing of this document.
• Equipment is CAM system compliant if it is BAM compliant equipment and, in addition,
meets Module B – Central alert management system functionality and Module D – System
and equipment documentation for CAM system of this document.
To support retrofitting a ship with BAM compliant equipment handling alert related
communication with remaining non-BAM compliant equipment (referred to as "legacy alert
sources"), this document includes guidance on how to interface BAM compliant equipment
with remaining devices that are not BAM compliant (see 4.4 and Annex H).
IEC 62923-2 provides standardized alert and cluster identifiers and other additional features.

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IEC 62923-2:2018 specifies standard alert identifiers and reserved cluster identifiers to be used when applying bridge alert management. The intent is to reduce the number of different identifiers used for similar alerts as much as possible.

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IEC 62923-1:2018 specifies the operational and performance requirements, methods of testing, and required test results for the bridge alert management (BAM) in support of IMO resolution MSC.302(87). It is applicable to all alerts presented on and transferred to the bridge

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NEW!IEC 61993-2:2018 is available as IEC 61993-2:2018 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition. IEC 61993-2:2018 specifies the minimum operational and performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results conforming to performance standards adopted by IMO in Resolution MSC.74(69):1998, Annex 3. This document incorporates the applicable technical characteristics of Class A shipborne equipment included in Recommendation ITU-R M.1371 and takes into account the ITU Radio Regulations, where applicable. In addition, it takes account of IMO Resolution A.694(17) to which IEC 60945 is associated. When a requirement in this document is different from IEC 60945, the requirement of this document takes precedence. This document also specifies the minimum requirements both for the means to input and display data and for the interfaces to other equipment suitable to be used as means of input and display data. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2012. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) it incorporates the technical characteristics included in Recommendation ITU R M.1371-5:2014; b) it introduces the concept of locating device groups in order to include EPIRB AIS and MOB AIS in addition to AIS SART; c) it adds security features for configuration input by introducing a new sentence SSA; d) it adds optional implementation of IEC 61162-450/460 interfaces; e) it adds requirements for bridge alert management (BAM); f) it introduces extended dimension values used by towing vessels; g) it adds a software update requirement.

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This document specifies requirements for the shipboard data server that is used to collect data from other shipboard machinery and systems and to further share the collected data in a safe and efficient manner. This document specifies communication protocols with reference to the data structure of ISO 19848.

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This document applies to the structure of the ship and to shipboard machinery and equipment, and is intended for implementers of software used for the capture and processing of sensor data from the objects mentioned above. For those purposes, this document describes the way to name the sensor, required data item, and the way to describe the data above.

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This part of IEC 61162 specifies interface requirements and methods of test for high speed
communication between shipboard navigation and radiocommunication equipment as well as
between such systems and other ship systems that need to communicate with navigation and
radio-communication equipment. This document is based on the application of an appropriate
suite of existing international standards to provide a framework for implementing data transfer
between devices on a shipboard Ethernet network.
This document specifies an Ethernet based bus type network where any listener can receive
messages from any sender with the following properties.
• This document includes provisions for multicast distribution of information formatted
according to IEC 61162-1, for example position fixes and other measurements, as well as
provisions for transmission of general data blocks (binary file), for example between radar
and VDR, and also includes provisions for multicast distribution of information formatted
according to IEC 61162-3, for example position fixes and other measurements.
• This document is limited to protocols for equipment (network nodes) connected to a single
Ethernet network consisting only of OSI level one or two devices and cables (Network
infrastructure).
• This document provides requirements only for equipment interfaces. By specifying
protocols for transmission of IEC 61162-1 sentences, IEC 61162-3 PGN messages and
general binary file data, these requirements will guarantee interoperability between
equipment implementing this document as well as a certain level of safe behaviour of the
equipment itself.
• This document permits equipment using other protocols than those specified in this
document to share a network infrastructure, provided that it is supplied with interfaces
which satisfy the requirements described for ONF.
• This document includes provisions for filtering of the network traffic in order to limit the
amount of traffic to manageable level for each individual equipment.
This document does not contain any system requirements other than the ones that can be
inferred from the sum of individual equipment requirements. An associated standard,
IEC 61162-460, further addresses system requirements.

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This part of IEC 61162 is an add-on to IEC 61162-450 where higher safety and security
standards are needed, for example due to higher exposure to external threats or to improve
network integrity. This document provides requirements and test methods for equipment to be
used in an IEC 61162-460 compliant network as well as requirements for the network itself
and requirements for interconnection from the network to other networks. This document also
contains requirements for a redundant IEC 61162-460 compliant network.
This document does not introduce new application level protocol requirements to those that
are defined in IEC 61162-450.

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IEC 62923-2:2018 specifies standard alert identifiers and reserved cluster identifiers to be used when applying bridge alert management. The intent is to reduce the number of different identifiers used for similar alerts as much as possible.

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IEC 62923-1:2018 specifies the operational and performance requirements, methods of testing, and required test results for the bridge alert management (BAM) in support of IMO resolution MSC.302(87). It is applicable to all alerts presented on and transferred to the bridge

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