2182 kHz

a novel by David Masiel

Publisher: Thorndike Press in Waterville, ME

Written in English
Cover of: 2182 kHz | David Masiel
Published: Pages: 429 Downloads: 428
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Places:

  • Seattle (Wash.),
  • Arctic regions,
  • Alaska

Subjects:

  • Merchant mariners -- Fiction.,
  • Rescue work -- Fiction.,
  • Scientists -- Fiction.,
  • Large type books.,
  • Seattle (Wash.) -- Fiction.,
  • Arctic regions -- Fiction.,
  • Alaska -- Fiction.

Edition Notes

StatementDavid Masiel.
GenreFiction.
SeriesThorndike Press large print adventure series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3613.A8 C48 2002b
The Physical Object
Pagination429 p. (large print) ;
Number of Pages429
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3558952M
ISBN 100786244755
LC Control Number2002020426
OCLC/WorldCa49751321

SSB R/T: 2, kHz or 4, kHz USB Marine VHF Channels: 16 or 27 Location of BMOC 19 Fort George Hill, St. George's GE 02, Bermuda Bermuda Maritime Operations Center is located in St. George's parish and in St George Island. It's on top of Fort George hill. But the steep uphill walk is rewarded by the fort with its great historic significance. to kHz: This range is used maritime communications, with kHz reserved for distress messages and calling. There are also several regularly scheduled maritime weather broadcasts buy U.S. Coast Guard stations. CQD (transmitted in Morse code as) is one of the first distress signals adopted for radio use. On 7 January the Marconi International Marine Communication Company issued "Circular 57", which specified that, for the company's installations, beginning 1 February "the call to be given by ships in distress or in any way requiring assistance shall be 'C Q D' ". kHz. The range is generally less than miles for the average aircraft installation. It can be used to request assistance from stations in the maritime service. kHz is guarded by major radio stations serving Coast Guard Rescue Coordination Centers, and Coast Guard units along the sea coasts of the U.S. and shores of the Great Lakes.

Khz by David Masiel - book cover, description, publication history. can warp a man's sense of reality. Desperate for real human contact, he tunes the sideband radio to kHz (twenty-one eighty-two kilohertz), the international distress channel, in the vague hope of finding someone he can save. old habits, and haunted by the Author: David Masiel. You can call them over VHF Channel 16 or 27, or at kHz, kHz. They will guide you for correctly approaching the dock at St. George's Harbor, which . frequencies of and kHz, which were commonly used for that purpose, there was a possibility that a call for assistance would not be heard if other vessels and coastal stations were outside the range. It was only possible for a vessel in distress to ask other vessels in the vicinity for assistance, due toFile Size: 2MB. Note: MF/HF kHz, used for many years, is no longer guarded and should not be used to initiate distress calls. In addition to VHF Ch. 16 ( MHz,) the USCG guards the following HF frequencies: kHz ( UTC,) kHz (24 hours,) kHz (24 hours,) kHz ( UTC.).

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Read 18 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. By all accounts, Henry Seine should have packed it in long ago, certainly /5(18). I enjoyed KhZ. It's a well-written novel about a likeable guy who is down on his luck, with a [messed] up love life and a going nowhere career.

The thing that makes it unique is that it takes place essentially in the Arctic Circle on a variety of small ships staffed with a collection of odd souls/5(19).

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Khz by David Masiel starting at $ Khz has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Get this from a library. kHz: a novel. [David Masiel] -- When he comes across a distress signal from a scientist trapped on a melting ice floe, Henry Seine doesn't realize that this rescue attempt will test him in ways that he never thought possible.

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Seafaring tales (from Sebastian Junger’s nonfiction to Author: David Masiel. this is incorrect. While a GMDSS Operator can operate a radio on KHz, this is not the only class of commercial operator authority. GROL, MROP, and the holders of Radiotelegraph license holders can also operate KHz radios9 March (UTC) This is probably a good point.

KHZ. By David Masiel. New York: Random House. $ The title of David Masiel's first novel, '' kHz,'' refers to the international distress channel -. Freq out: Coast Guard ceases monitoring channel kHz Posted by PAC Sara Mooers, Wednesday, August 7, Coast Guard members participating in the tower climb training rotate through the begining stages of rescue training by ascending and descending from the foot point of the foot tower at Communications Station Kodiak Aug.

25, distress frequency kHz compatible AM (amplitude modulation, H3E) may be used in addition for communication with non-GMDSS ships. AM mode is used also when receiving broadcasting. The frequencies for radiotelephone distress and safety traffic in the HF bands are kHz, kHz, kHz, kHz, and Size: KB.

Her picture came to him. A literal black-and-white snapshot now flapping in black current a mile down. The woman in the photo would be working now. He saw her in the glossy two-dimensionality of the snapshot.

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On the appropriate calling channel of the ship station at 15 minutes past the hour. VHF Radio: Channel 16 CB Radio: Channel 9 Family Radio Service (FRS): UHF: Channel 1 Single-sideband and amateur (ham) radio: kHz, MHz, MHz Air band Radio: MHz, MHz.

For kHz, this is still a legal requirement, according to 47 CFR - Watch requirement during silence periods. Military. An order for Radio silence is generally issued by the military where any radio transmission may reveal troop positions, either audibly from the sound of talking, or by radio direction finding.

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kHz (novel), Random House (New York, NY),published as Kilohertz, The Western Limit of the World (novel), Random House (New York, NY), SIDELIGHTS: David Masiel, who was often told tales of the sea by his master-mariner grandfather when he was a boy growing up in northern California, tells a seafaring story of his own.

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