MMSI Application Forms (Annexes)

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    CPC-2-3-07 - Obtaining Identities in the Maritime Mobile Service

    Obtaining Identities in the Maritime Mobile Service

    Client Circular Procedure 2-3-07 - Obtaining Identities in the Maritime Mobile Service. This document replaces Issue 7 of the Client Procedures Circular CPC-2-3-07, Maritime Mobile Service Identities (MMSIs).


    Annex A

    MMSI Application Form: Ship Station With VHF/DSC Only, Unlicensed Radio

    Ship Station - If the vessel does not require a radio licence and if the radio equipment on board consists of a VHF/DSC radio(s) with or without GPS or LORAN.


    Annex B

    MMSI Application Form: Ship Station With a Radio Licence

    Ship Station - If the vessel requires a radio licence or if additional equipment is installed on board.


    Annex C

    MMSI Application Form: Craft Associated With a Parent Ship (Lifeboats, Life Rafts)

    This category of MMSI is specific to life-saving craft, such as lifeboats and life rafts associated with a parent ship.


    Annex D

    MMSI Application Form: Ship Station Group

    Ship Station Group.


    Annex E

    MMSI Application Form: Coast Station

    Coast station that will be involved with automatic communications with vessels.


    Annex F

    MMSI Application Form: Search and Rescue (SAR) Aircraft

    Canadian registered aircraft with automated radiocommunications equipment used for search and rescue communications with ship and coast stations.


    Annex G

    Notification Form: MMSI Assignments to AIS Aids to Navigation (AtoN)

    Radiocommunication technologies that are used as aids to navigation.


    Annex H

    International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Codes

    International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Vessel Codes.


    Annex I

    Maritime Identity Application Form: Hand-held VHF Transceivers with DSC and GNSS Not Associated with a Ship Station or Vessel

    Maritime Identity is a unique number to a hand-held VHF transceiver as a unique station.


    Annex J

    Maritime Identify Registration for Various Portable Devices

    Maritime Identites that are preprogrammed within an AIS-SART, an MOB device or an EPIRB-AIS device.