FCC Commercial Element 1A (2009)

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  1. 1-1A1  What is a requirement of all marine
    transmitting apparatus used aboard United States vessels?

          A.   Only equipment that has been certified by the FCC for Part 80 operations is
    authorized.

          B.   Equipment must be type-accepted by the U.S. Coast Guard for maritime mobile use.

          C.   Certification is required by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

          D.   Programming of all maritime channels must be performed by a licensed Marine Radio Operator.
    A.   Only equipment that has been certified by the FCC for Part 80 operations is authorized.
  2. 1-1A2  What transmitting equipment is authorized for
    use by a station in the maritime services?

          A.   Transmitters that have been certified by the manufacturer for maritime use.

          B.   Unless specifically excepted, only transmitters certified by the Federal
    Communications Commission for Part 80 operations.

          C.   Equipment that has been inspected and approved by the U.S. Coast Guard.

          D.   Transceivers and transmitters that meet all ITU specifications for use in maritime mobile service.
    • B.   Unless specifically excepted, only transmitters certified by the Federal Communications Commission for Part 80
    • operations.
  3. 1-1A3  Small passenger vessels that sail 20 to 150
    nautical miles from the nearest land must have what additional equipment?

          A.   Inmarsat-B terminal.

          B.   Inmarsat-C terminal.

          C.   Aircraft Transceiver with 121.5 MHz.

          D.   MF-HF SSB Transceiver.
    D.   MF-HF SSB Transceiver.
  4. 1-1A4  What equipment is programmed to initiate
    transmission of distress alerts and calls to individual stations?

          A.   NAVTEX.

          B.   GPS.

          C.   DSC controller.

          D.   Scanning
    Watch Receiver.
    C.   DSC controller.
  5. 1-1A5  What is the minimum transmitter power level
    required by the FCC for a medium-frequency transmitter aboard a compulsorily
    fitted vessel?

          A.   At
    least 100 watts, single-sideband, suppressed-carrier power.

          B.   At
    least 60 watts PEP.

          C.   The
    power predictably needed to communicate with the nearest public coast station
    operating on 2182 kHz.

          D.   At
    least 25 watts delivered into 50 ohms effective resistance when operated with a
    primary voltage of 13.6 volts DC.
    B.         At least 60 watts PEP.
  6. 1-1A6  Shipboard transmitters using F3E emission (FM
    voice) may not exceed what carrier power?

    A.   500 watts.

    B.   250 watts.

    C.   100 watts.

    D.   25 watts.
    D.   25 watts.

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