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What is maritime communication?

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Maritime communications are diverse and are as follows:



i. Emergency and safety communications


Emergency communication is the communication carried out when an aircraft or ship encounters a dangerous situation, and safety communication is the communication carried out when it is necessary to prevent navigation accidents.



ii. Navigation aid communication


This is a type of radio communication that uses radio waves to navigate and estimate the position of an aircraft, ship, or its direction and distance relative to the source of the radio waves.



iii.Telecommunications work communications


This is a type of radio communication used to provide telecommunications communications to ships.



iv.Work communication


This is self-sustaining radio communication between a land coast station and a ship station, or between a ship station itself.



v. Harbor Communications


This is radio communication provided in or around a port to control the navigation of any nearby ships, move those ships and ensure their safety as well as the safety of personnel in case of emergency.




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