TELECOMMUNICATION CONVENTION. DECEMBER 9, 1932. if need be, its name at frequent intervals in the course of these trans- missions.  § 7. The administration or enterprise which makes a complaint regarding interference must, to support and justify the complaint: (a) specify the characteristics of the interference noted (frequency, variations in adjustment, call signal of the interfering station, etc.); (b) state that the station interfered with actually uses the frequency assigned to it; (c) state that it regularly uses receiving instruments of a type equivalent to the best used in the current practice of the service concerned.  § 8. The administrations shall take the steps which they deem advisable and which are in keeping with their domestic legislation so that electrical apparatus capable of serious interference with an authorized radio service, will be used in such a manner as to avoid such interference. ARTICLE 21 Emergency Installations reo] § 1. The Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea shall deter- ti!~~ergency mine which ships must be provided with emergency installations and shall define the conditions to be fulfilled by installations of this category. [aiD] § 2. In the use of emergency installations, all the provisions of the present Regulations must be observed. ARTICLE 22 2523 inslalla- Distress Traffic and Distress Signals-Alarm, Emergency, and Safety Signals I>L-tress traftle and distress ,ignaL" etC'. A. GENERAL f71] § 1. No provision of these Regulations shall prevent a mobile station in distress from using any means available to it for drawing attention, signaling its position, and obtaining help.  § 2. (1) When distress, emergency, or safety is involved, the telegraph transmission speed in general, must not exceed 16 words pel minute. r73] (2) The transmission speed for the alarm signal is indi- cated in § 21 (1). B. WAVES TO BE USED IN CASE OF DISTRESS (;eneral. [3n) § 3 (1) Ships -In case of distress the wave to be used shan .Waves to be used in ., , dIStress cases. be the international distress wave, that is, 500 kc (600 m) (see art. Anu, p. 2m. 19); it must preferably be used in type A2 or B. Vessels which cannot transmit on the international distress wave shall use their nomlal calling-wave . 104019°-:I6--PT 11-:\1
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