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Old 22 September 2013, 13:52   #11
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Oh I assumed he just wanted a table that said Date, Time Nature of Incident & Outcome?
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Old 22 September 2013, 17:55   #12
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Oh I assumed he just wanted a table that said Date, Time Nature of Incident & Outcome?
Yes that is the sort of data I wanted, I couldn't hear both stations which is why it was relayed. Just wanted to follow up and bring to a close something I heard. It didn't make the news, so hoping perhaps a false alarm?
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Old 22 September 2013, 18:28   #13
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Can anyone tell me if the MCA or Coastguard have an online log of realtime VHF/DSC distress calls that I can access?
No, unlikely such a thing would ever exist too.

HMCG don't even have 'radio logs' any more, everything just goes into a 'working log' unless of course the computer break and the paper comes out but again chances are radio, phone etc will all just go in the one place.
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Surely this would breach "the secrecy of correspondence " VHF thingy?
whats 'secrecy of correspondance?'

Isn't it rule number one of VHF?? That everyone can hear you.....

Thats the precise reason that SAR units have channel 0....
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whats 'secrecy of correspondance?'

Isn't it rule number one of VHF?? That everyone can hear you.....
Which is exactly why when you get your arc certificate you sign promising never to repeat anything you overhear.
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Yes that is the sort of data I wanted, I couldn't hear both stations which is why it was relayed. Just wanted to follow up and bring to a close something I heard. It didn't make the news, so hoping perhaps a false alarm?
If it was a big deal there would have been a press release on it, most recent is something in padstow co-ordinated by falmouth so I doubt that's it if your in fareham...

There isn't any live info because of the nature of the work, every incident has enough going on without members of the public/pres knowing 'something' is going on and phoning up to ask what it is.
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Which is exactly why when you get your arc certificate you sign promising never to repeat anything you overhear.
arc certificate?

you sign promising never to repeat anything you overhear?

so what's the point in the coastguard making broadcasts when they get a spoken word mayday?

'pan pan pan pan pan pan pan all stns all stns all stns, spoken word mayday heard recently on ch16 on remote ariel site X, any info contact mickey mouse coastguard, but if you do tell us what you've overheard then your in breach of your 'arc certificate' errr, coastguard out.

got a copy of this certificate? it doesn't sound quite right and there isnt much (any) info relating to VHF online
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Mick, sorry Src cert (typing on a phone) don't have it handy but I will find you a copy, but from a quick look s.48 of the wireless telegraphy act is relevant. I'm amazed that anyone has done a vhf operators course and not been aware of this requirement. I can't comment on whether the rule applies to MCGA or not. However in your position I would go and find the facts. I don't tthink there is any expectation you won't relay messages etc - but not report the contents to the press, the public, or on t'interweb.
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