International Standards and Conformity Assessment for all electrical, electronic and related technologies

TC 80

Maritime navigation and radiocommunication equipment and systems

 

Detail

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Current

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Frcst Pub

Date

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Date

TC 80WG 15 Peggy BrowningDELPUB2010-12 

History

Stage
Document
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AMW
80/583/MCR PDF file 66 kB
2009-11-20 
CCDV
80/584/CDV PDF file 619 kB
2009-12-042009-11
AFDIS
80/602/RVC PDF file 129 kB
2010-07-152010-08
DECFDIS
2010-07-162010-07
RFDIS
2010-07-272010-07
CFDIS
80/605/FDIS
2010-08-272010-10
APUB
80/608/RVD PDF file 108 kB
2010-11-042010-10
BPUB
2010-11-052010-11
PPUB
2010-11-252010-12
DELPUB
2017-04-05 
WPUB
  

Abstract

IEC 62287-1:2010 specifies the minimum operational and performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results for Class B shipborne AIS equipment using CSTDMA techniques. This standard takes into account other associated IEC International Standards and existing national standards, as applicable. It is applicable for AIS equipment used on craft that are not covered by the mandatory carriage requirement of AIS under SOLAS Chapter V. The major technical changes with respect to the first edition are the following. The reference to the relevant recommendation of the ITU has been updated from M.1371-1 to M.1371-4 with some consequential small changes. A previous option of providing short safety-related messages in 6.5.1.5 has been removed on advice from the IMO. A new requirement for a default MMSI has been added in 6.4 and a further new requirement for protection from invalid control commands has been added in 6.8. Some test methods have been updated and, in particular, small revisions have been made to the frequencies used for testing in some of the test methods.

Project

IEC 62287-1:2010 ED2

Maritime navigation and radiocommunication equipment and systems - Class B shipborne equipment of the automatic identification system (AIS) - Part 1: Carrier-sense time division multiple access (CSTDMA) techniques