The NAVTEX transmitter identification character is a single unique letter, which is allocated to each transmitter. It is used to identify the broadcasts, which are to be accepted by the receiver, those which are to be rejected, and the time slot for the transmission.
Chapter 15 (NAVTEX)
Definition Source :
Admiralty List of Radio Signals: Volume 5, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System
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The transmitter identification character should be indicated by a single character (A-Z)
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