Radio Room

Radio Room

 

the room on a ship where radio-communication operations are conducted. The radio room is usually located either on or close to the navigation bridge. The principal radio-communication equipment is located in the radio room, including operating and standby equipment, such as transmitters and receivers. The radio operator who is on duty works in the radio room. The watch in the radio room is either around-the-clock or during specific hours, depending on the type and purpose of the ship. Large passenger ships have both a main radio room and an emergency radio room.

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