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List of Radio Signals, published by the Hydrographic Office of the Polish Navy (HOPN), consists of three volumes.

Volume 1, 531, contains information about DGPS and AIS stations, radio time signals, radio-facsimile and codes used to encrypt meteorological and sea observations.

Volume 2, 532, contains information about services in control of traffic in fairways and approaches to ports including VTS and VHF.

Volume 3, 533, contains information about maritime radio stations, Navigational Warnings, SAR, GMDSS and radio weather bulletins.

This publication is a compilation of HOPN owned materials, already included in the 2010 edition, and current foreign publications. To enhance its clarity, some of the subjects have been illustrated with chartlets.

Mariners should bear in mind that Corrects to the List of Radio Signals, annexed to Wiadomości Żeglarskie (Notices to Mariners) bulletins, issued weekly by the HOPN, are the only source of updates for this publication.

The Hydrographic Office of the Polish Navy requests mariners to send in any information about discrepancies they may notice in the work of radio communication facilities or radio aids to navigation covered by this publication, or any information that could be used to update or enhance its content.


Please send your updates to:

Biuro Hydrograficzne Marynarki Wojennej, 81-301 Gdynia 1, ul. Jana z Kona 8B

or use the below contact data:
Phone: +48 58 626 62 08
Fax: +48 58 626 62 03 +48 58 626 32 83
E-mail: bhmw@mw.mil.pl
Internet: http://bhmw.mw.mil.pl








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