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TELECO~IMUXICATIOX COXVENTIOX. DECEMBEU 9, 1932. the radio service of aerial navigation. In that case the certificate shall stipulate that the holder has successfully passed the examinations dealing with these provisions. [172] (f) Knowledge of the general geography of the world, particularly the principal lines of navigation (maritime or aerial, according to the class of certificate) and the most important tele- communication channels. D. SPECIAL RADIOTELEGRAPH OPERATOR'S CERTIFICATE 2487 (173] § 6. (1) (a) The radiotelegraph service of ships, aircraft, and Special certillcate. of all other vehicles for which n. radiotelegraph installation is not required by international agreements may be carried on by operators holding n. special radiotelegraph operator's certificate. This certifi- cate shall be issued to operators capable of performing radio communi- cations at the sending and receiving speed required for obtaining a second-class radiotelegraph operator's certificate. [lU] (b) It shall devolve upon each interested government to determine the other requirements for obtaining this certificate. (175] (2) As an exception, the Government of New Zealand shall be permitted provisionally to issue n. special certificate, for the granting of which it shall fix the requirements, to operators of small ships of its nationality which do not sail far from the coast of that country and which engage in the international service of public correspondence and in the general work of mobile stations only to a limited extent. E. RADIOTELEPHONE OPERATOR'S CERTIFICATES (176] § 7. (1) The general radiotelephone operator's certificate stTarmstroBot (talk) 15:14, 19 November 2014 (UTC)l~~;TarmstroBot (talk)ITarmstroBot (talk):'lJoper. shall be issued to operators who have shown that they possess the . -1nle. p. ~tS3. professional knowledge and ability described below [see also § 3(4)J: (In] (a) Practical knowledge of radiotelephony, especially with a view to avoiding interference. (178] (b) Knowledge of the adjustment and operation of radiotelephone apparatus. ['711] (c) Ability to transmit and receive correctly by tele- phone. [,SO] (d) Knowledge of the Regulations applying to the ex- change of radiotelephone communications and of that part of the Radio Regulations which relates to safety of human life. (181] (2) For the radiotelephone stations in which the power of the carrier wave in the antenna does not exceed 50 watts, each govern- ment concerned shall be permitted to determine the conditions for obtaining its own radiotelephone operator's certificate (limited radiotelephone operator's certificate). (182] (3) A radiotelephone operator's certificate must show whether it is a general or limited certificate.