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TELECOMMUNICATION CONVENTION. DECEMBER 9, 1932. Part O. Descriptive List oj Ship Stations The information relating to these stations is published in two or three lines in the following order: First line Call signal below which will appear the ship charge, followed by a reference to indicate the administration or private operating enterprise to which the accounts for charges must be addressed. In case of a change of address of the operating agency, a second reference after the charge will give the new address and the date on which the change will become effective. Name of the ship, placed in alphabetical order without regard to nationality followed by the call signal in case of similarity of names; in this case, the name and call signal shall be separated by a fraction bar; next, the symbols ,rx, D., etc. When two or more ship stations of the same nationality have the same name, as well as in cases where statements of charges must be sent directly to the owner of the ship, mention shall be made, in a footnote, of the name of the shipping company or of the shipowner to which the ship belongs. Power in the antenna in kilowatts. Meter amperes, in parentheses. In order to obtain the "meter-ampere" product, the real height of the antenna in meters, measured from the transmission line, is multiplied by the effective current in amperes at the base of the antenna. Nature of the service. Working hours shown as a service indication or note. Hours shown otherwise than in the form of service indications must be given in Greenwich mean time. Second line (For charges, see first line) Country to which the station is subject (abbreviated indication); Types and frequencies (wavelengths) of emission for which adjustments are made, the normal working-wave being printed in boldface type. Third line Notes and brief remarks. Part C. 2601