Summary of Services
Nagoya-Port Vessel Traffic Service Center

Item
Type
Communication method, etc.

Provision of Maritime traffic Information

General Information

Regular broadcast

・Present and scheduled traffic signals
・Waterway entering schedule for controlled vessels
・Maritime Accident, etc.
・Restriction and prohibition of navigation
・Problems with traffic route markers, etc.
・Weather warnings and advisories
・Present weather
・Others
・Frequency: 1,665 kHz(Japanese) 2,019kHz(English)
・Call name: Nagoya harbor Radar
・Broadcasting schedule:
     Twice every hour from 00 to 15 and 30 to 45 minutes(Japanese)

    Twice every hour from 15 to 30 and 45 to 00 minutes(English)
Special Broadcast ・Large scale Maritime Accident
・Restriction and prohibition of navigation
・Other emergency information
・Frequency: 1,665 kHz(Japanese) 2,019kHz(English)
・Call name: Nagoya Harbor Rader
・Broadcasting schedule: When necessary
Internet
Home page
・Present and scheduled traffic signals
・Waterway entering schedule for controlled vessels
・Maritime Accident, etc.
・Restriction and prohibition of navigation
・Problems with traffic route markers, etc.
・Weather warnings and advisories
・Present weather
・Others
URL
http://www6.kaiho.mlit.go.jp/nagoyako/


i-mode (http://www6.kaiho.mlit.go.jp/nagoyako/i/index.htm)
ez-web (http://www6.kaiho.mlit.go.jp/nagoyako/ez/index.htm)
SoftBank keitai(http://www6.kaiho.mlit.go.jp/nagoyako/js/index.htm)
Personal information ・Vessel’s position
・Movement of other vessels
・Others
・VHF radiophone: Ch 13, 14, 16, 22
・On-board telephone: 052-398-0712 (Operations Desk) (Provided upon vessel’s request)
Specific Information ・Warning against improper steering and sailing
・Warning against entering or approaching dangerous areas
・Other necessary information to prevent accidents
・VHF radiophone: Ch 13, 14, 16, 22 (Provided when necessary)
Information Signal ・Information on vessels navigating near Kinjo crossing zone. ・Electric signal board

Traffic Control

・Traffic control by signals ・See "Types and Meanings of Traffic Control Signals pages"
・Reception of Notification(vessels of 175m or more in length(5,000 GT or more for oil tankers)) ・Printed (hand-delivered, mail, FAX) FAX No.: 052-398-0716
・On-board telephone: 052-398-0715 (Scheduling Desk)
・Radio communications
・VHF radiophone: Nagoya Coast Guard Radio Ch 12, 16
・Radio telecommunications: JNT
・DSC, NBDP: 004310401
・Reception of up-dated Notification.


Information and Control Flow


Radar
Radar data
VTS Center (Operating Room)
SSB Transmitter H3E 1,665kHz(Japanese) 2,019kHz(English) 10W Vessels Sipping Companies/Agents

TV Camera
Vessel Movement, etc. Advisory Service Provides Services up to 50 km from VTC.

Weather Data
Weather Condition General Information Routine Broadcast Non Routine Broadcast
Information Signal Board
Vessels
Control Signal
Large Vessels Meteorological Instrument Position Report Individual Information International VHF Radio F3E CH13 (156.65MHz) F3E CH14 (156.7MHz) F3E CH16 (156.8MHz) 10W F3E CH22 (161.7MHz)
Specific Information
Traffic Information signal
Users, Agents, JCG offices, etc. ETA, ETD, etc. Traffic Control Telephone
Regional Coast Guard Headquarters Notice to Mariner Weather Alerts Control of Marine Signal Reception of Notification Reception of up-dated Notification FAX Shipping Companies/Agents



Radar Vessel-data Processing System

Radar echoes of vessels go though a data processor and appear on a graphic display as marks being made up of small circles with identification codes and bars which show bearing and speed of symbolized vessels. Local vessels and coastlines are synthetically processed and come out as descriptive displays which update every 6 seconds.

Radar Vessel-data Processing System


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