What is Application for MMSI licence or maritime mobile ship station licence?

(Under section 4 of Indian Telegraph Act, 1885 (13 of 1885))

Schedule No. S-014/016/WRLO annexed to _____________ dated 15 Sep 2011


  • Name & address of the Applicant

  • State whether the Radio Installation is provided in pursuance of statutory requirements or otherwise.
  • Particulars of Mobile Vessel on which Radio Installation is located:
    • Name of the Ship
    • Call Sign 1
    • Selective Call Number, if any
    • Class of Ship 2
    • Individual Classification of the Ship
    • Gross Tonnage

  • Category of Station & hours of service.

  • Nature of service performed

  • a) Authorised charges for transmission & reception of radio telegrams …………Gold centimes per word
  • b) Authorised charges for Charges for additional minutes call minutes
    • Metric Wave (VHF) Service
    • Hectometric (HF) Service
    • Decemetric Waves (HF) Service

  • Name & address of person or agency b Glencoe Drive, call’s account shall be settled.           

To be filled in by the Ministry of Communications. Explanation of references may be seen at last page.

  • Certified Operators (Indian national only)
    • Minimum no.
    • Minimum Qualifications

  • Description of Radio Apparatus

Transmitter, Transreceiver & Radar

 Manufacturer’s NameType No.Rated Power Output (W)Frequency Range (Khz.)Emission / Band WidthFrequency Tolerance Stability
Main

 

 

MF/HF RADIO

JRC

(with DSC)

EmergencyINMARSAT C

SAILOR

 

SAILOR (SPERRY MARINE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VHF/DSC

Transreceiver

 

 

 

 

 

 

RADAR 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LRIT

 

 

Emergency Position Indication Radio BeaconKANNAD MARINE

 

TRON

(SVDR Capsule)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SART

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GPS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A.I.S.
GMDSS WLK/TLK 

 

        


Receivers

Type No.Frequency RangeKhz.Quantity
Main(MF Radio/DSC) 

Incorporated in MFHF DSC

 

—–

 

 

Emergency

(Inmarsat C SES)

 

Incorporated in SAT C

 

—-

Auto AlarmIncorporated in DSC Equipments.—-One
Direction Finder—–—-
Lifeboat—-—-
Weather Fax—–—-
NAVTEX

Explanation of reference may be seen on last page.

  • Frequency desired :

a) M.F. Radiotelegraph band.

Calling (khz)Working (khz)                         D.F.

                                                 (khz)

EmissionDistress, Urgency & Safety (khz)
 

 


b) M.F. Radiotelephone band:

Calling (khz)Working (khz)                         D.F.

                                                 (khz)

EmissionDistress, Urgency & Safety (khz)

c) F. Radiotelegraph Band;

Indicate discrete frequencies, if any, desired for allocation.

Calling

Khz

Working

Khz

EmissionDistress, Urgency & Safety Khz


d) F Radio telephone band (SSB Operation only)

Calling

Khz

Working

Khz

EmissionRemarks
 

 


e) VHF Radiotelephone band

Calling & Safety

Mhz

Working

Mhz

EmissionRemarks
 

 

 

 

f) SHF Band (Radar)

State …..

  1. Central frequency of the carrier
  2. Bandwidth of emission                       
  3. Pulse width                          
  4. Pulse repetition rate

CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION

It is certified that the radio apparatus detailed herein before has been satisfactorily installed and the particulars given thereof are correct.

Place        :                                                        Signature of Certifying officer __ ______

Dated       :                                                        Designation (Seal)


D E C L A R A T I O N

          I hereby solemnly declare and state that foregoing facts are true and correct and nothing is false therein and nothing is false and no material has been concealed therefrom. I also agree that in case any information given by me herein before is found false at a later date, the licence, if granted, will be cancelled.

          I further solemnly give an undertaking that the apparatus herein before will be worked in accordance with the conditions of the licence and Indian operators holding approved Certificates of Proficiency shall only be employed to work the said apparatus.

Place        :                                                                  Signature of applicant

Dated       :

EXPLANATION OF REFERENCES
  1. Call Sign is allotted by the D.G.Shipping.
  2. State the class of the ship as defined under the Indian Merchant Shipping (Radio Rules).
  3. State whether the ship is a Cargo Ship, Dredger, Fishing Vessel, Launch, Lighter, Light House Tender, Passenger Ship, tanker, Tug, Yatch etc.
  4. State the category (viz. First, Second, Third or Fourth Category) of International Public Correspondence, open services as defined in Radio regulations (No. 929 – 933).
  5. State whether the station is open to official correspondence exclusively to operational traffic etc.
  6. VHF equipment should be capable of operation with 25 Khz spacing in the marine band.
  7. Certificate of Inspection may be obtained from a Radio Engineer preferably from the engineer installing the Radio apparatus.

The application, in duplicate, duly completed whether with the enclousers, if any, should be forwarded to the wireless adviser to the Govt. of India, ministry of Communication, 20, Ashoka Road, New Delhi – 110 001.

A fee of Rs.5000/- per ship station may be forwarded through crossed Bank Drafts obtained from the State Bank of India. The bank draft should be drawn in favor of “Pay & Accounts Officer (Hqrs.), department of Telecommunications, New Delhi” payable at New Delhi main branch of State Bank of India.

LR-1              (R-10417/6/71-LR)

  1. Ship stations open to public correspondence Rs.5000/-.
  2. Ships above 300 tons gross with stations not open to public correspondence Rs.5000/-.
  3. Ship stations not covered by (I) & (ii) above Rs.5000/-.

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