This spring there was an incident in Barcelona where a yacht’s radio interfered with a local rail network and resulting in a police investigation.
“This example is just one instance of a far larger problem; companies are fitting radio systems on board superyachts that are in direct breach of international law, these breaches are considered criminal offenses and may carry a maximum sentence of eight years in jail, although to date, there have been no convictions within the superyacht world”. Superyacht News See full article
The upshot: Always have your maintenance and commissioning work done by a specialist marine radio company, using specific equipment and training.
Net Logic in the UK can remotely check that your equipment complies and works efficiently. For more details contact Jack Robinson