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The service shall be full duplex, global (plus or minus 70 degrees latitude), for ship-to-shore and shall be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
To load the 39 helicopters, a steep ramp from ship-to-shore presented the biggest challenge.
Named after Samuel Morse, the American who invented it in 1837, Morse code became the principal French medium of ship-to-shore communications in 1904.
The agreements from across the United States and Canada call for a range of AT&T services for airline, hotel and car rental reservation centers, telemarketing, and ship-to-shore communications.
Massive ship-to-shore gantry cranes, rail lines, tugs, forklifts, terminal facilities and other assets must operate around-the-clock in carefully orchestrated procedures to ensure ships are loaded and unloaded quickly while keeping workers safe.
GETTING THE MESSAGE OUT: The 43 employees of a little Half Moon Bay company are taking on an 80-nation satellite consortium for a piece of the ship-to-shore communications business worldwide.
The agreements from across the United States and Canada call for a range of AT&T services for airline, hotel and car rental reservation centers, telemarketing and ship-to-shore communications.
Traditional C- and Ku-band satellites have likewise experienced growing demand for mobile applications such as the cruise ship industry for ship-to-shore communications and for web surfing for passengers and crew.