ARRL T2 questions valid until June 2014.txt

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  1. What is the most common repeater frequency offset in the 2 meter band?
    A. plus 500 kHz
    B. plus or minus 600 kHz
    C. minus 500 kHz
    D. Only plus 600 kHz
    B
  2. What is the national calling frequency for FM simplex operations in the 70 cm band?
    A. 146.520 MHz
    B. 145.000 MHz
    C. 432.100 MHz
    D. 446.000 MHz
    D
  3. What is a common repeater frequency offset in the 70 cm band?
    A. Plus or minus 5 MHz
    B. Plus or minus 600 kHz
    C. Minus 600 kHz
    D. Plus 600 kHz
    A
  4. What is an appropriate way to call another station on a repeater if you know the other station's call sign?
    A. Say "break, break" then say the station's call sign
    B. Say the station's call sign then identify with your call sign
    C. Say "CQ" three times then the other station's call sign
    D. Wait for the station to call "CQ" then answer it
    B
  5. What should you transmit when responding to a call of CQ?
    A. CQ followed by the other station’s call sign
    B. Your call sign followed by the other station’s call sign
    C. The other station’s call sign followed by your call sign
    D. A signal report followed by your call sign
    C
  6. What must an amateur operator do when making on-air transmissions to test equipment or antennas?
    A. Properly identify the transmitting station
    B. Make test transmissions only after 10:00 p.m. local time
    C. Notify the FCC of the test transmission
    D. State the purpose of the test during the test procedure
    A
  7. Which of the following is true when making a test transmission?
    A. Station identification is not required if the transmission is less than 15 seconds
    B. Station identification is not required if the transmission is less than 1 watt
    C. Station identification is required only if your station can be heard
    D. Station identification is required at least every ten minutes during the test and at the end
    D
  8. What is the meaning of the procedural signal "CQ"?
    A. Call on the quarter hour
    B. A new antenna is being tested (no station should answer)
    C. Only the called station should transmit
    D. Calling any station
    D
  9. What brief statement is often used in place of "CQ" to indicate that you are listening on a repeater?
    A. Say "Hello test" followed by your call sign
    B. Say your call sign
    C. Say the repeater call sign followed by your call sign
    D. Say the letters "QSY" followed by your call sign
    B
  10. What is a band plan, beyond the privileges established by the FCC?
    A. A voluntary guideline for using different modes or activities within an amateur band
    B. A mandated list of operating schedules
    C. A list of scheduled net frequencies
    D. A plan devised by a club to use a frequency band during a contest
    A
  11. What are the FCC rules regarding power levels used in the amateur bands?
    A. Always use the maximum power allowed to ensure that you complete the contact
    B. An amateur may use no more than 200 watts PEP to make an amateur contact
    C. An amateur may use up to 1500 watts PEP on any amateur frequency
    D. An amateur must use the minimum transmitter power necessary to carry out the desired communication
    D
  12. What is the term used to describe an amateur station that is transmitting and receiving on the same frequency?
    A. Full duplex communication
    B. Diplex communication
    C. Simplex communication
    D. Half duplex communication
    C
  13. What is the term used to describe the use of a sub-audible tone transmitted with normal voice audio to open the squelch of a receiver?
    A. Carrier squelch
    B. Tone burst
    C. DTMF
    D. CTCSS
    D
  14. Which of the following describes the muting of receiver audio controlled solely by the presence or absence of an RF signal?
    A. Tone squelch
    B. Carrier squelch
    C. CTCSS
    D. Modulated carrier
    B
  15. Which of the following common problems might cause you to be able to hear but not access a repeater even when transmitting with the proper offset?
    A. The repeater receiver requires audio tone burst for access
    B. The repeater receiver requires a CTCSS tone for access
    C. The repeater receiver may require a DCS tone sequence for access
    D. All of these choices are correct
    D
  16. What determines the amount of deviation of an FM signal?
    A. Both the frequency and amplitude of the modulating signal
    B. The frequency of the modulating signal
    C. The amplitude of the modulating signal
    D. The relative phase of the modulating signal and the carrier
    C
  17. What happens when the deviation of an FM transmitter is increased?
    A. Its signal occupies more bandwidth
    B. Its output power increases
    C. Its output power and bandwidth increases
    D. Asymmetric modulation occurs
    A
  18. What should you do if you receive a report that your station’s transmissions are causing splatter or interference on nearby frequencies?
    A. Increase transmit power
    B. Change mode of transmission
    C. Report the interference to the equipment manufacturer
    D. Check your transmitter for off-frequency operation or spurious emissions
    D
  19. What is the proper course of action if your station’s transmission unintentionally interferes with another station?
    A. Rotate your antenna slightly
    B. Properly identify your transmission and move to a different frequency
    C. Increase power
    D. Change antenna polarization
    B
  20. Which of the following methods is encouraged by the FCC when identifying your station when using phone?
    A. Use of a phonetic alphabet
    B. Send your call sign in CW as well as voice
    C. Repeat your call sign three times
    D. Increase your signal to full power when identifying
    A
  21. What is the "Q" signal used to indicate that you are receiving interference from other stations?
    A. QRM
    B. QRN
    C. QTH
    D. QSB
    A
  22. What is the "Q" signal used to indicate that you are changing frequency?
    A. QRU
    B. QSY
    C. QSL
    D. QR
  23. What set of rules applies to proper operation of your station when using amateur radio at the request of public service officials?
    A. RACES Rules
    B. ARES Rules
    C. FCC Rules
    D. FEMA Rules
    C
  24. What do RACES and ARES have in common?
    A. They represent the two largest ham clubs in the United States
    B. Both organizations broadcast road and weather traffic information
    C. Neither may handle emergency traffic supporting public service agencies
    D. Both organizations may provide communications during emergencies
    D
  25. What is the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service?
    A. An emergency radio service organized by amateur operators
    B. A radio service using amateur stations for emergency management or civil defense communications
    C. A radio service organized to provide communications at civic events
    D. A radio service organized by amateur operators to assist non-military persons
    B
  26. Which of the following is common practice during net operations to get the immediate attention of the net control station when reporting an emergency?
    A. Repeat the words SOS three times followed by the call sign of the reporting station
    B. Press the push-to-talk button three times
    C. Begin your transmission with “Priority” or “Emergency” followed by your call sign
    D. Play a pre-recorded emergency alert tone followed by your call sign
    C
  27. What should you do to minimize disruptions to an emergency traffic net once you have checked in?
    A. Whenever the net frequency is quiet, announce your call sign and location
    B. Move 5 kHz away from the net's frequency and use high power to ask other hams to keep clear of the net frequency
    C. Do not transmit on the net frequency until asked to do so by the net control station
    D. Wait until the net frequency is quiet, then ask for any emergency traffic for your area
    C
  28. What is usually considered to be the most important job of an amateur operator when handling emergency traffic messages?
    A. Passing messages exactly as written, spoken or as received . Estimating the number of people affected by the disaster
    C. Communicating messages to the news media for broadcast outside the disaster area
    D. Broadcasting emergency information to the general public
    A
  29. When may an amateur station use any means of radio communications at its disposal for essential communications in connection with immediate safety of human life and protection of property?
    A. Only when FEMA authorizes it by declaring an emergency
    B. When normal communications systems are not available
    C. Only when RACES authorizes it by declaring an emergency
    D. Only when authorized by the local MARS program director
    B
  30. What is the preamble in a formal traffic message?
    A. The first paragraph of the message text
    B. The message number
    C. The priority handling indicator for the message
    D. The information needed to track the message as it passes through the amateur radio traffic handling system
    D
  31. What is meant by the term "check" in reference to a formal traffic message?
    A. The check is a count of the number of words or word equivalents in the text portion of the message
    B. The check is the value of a money order attached to the message
    C. The check is a list of stations that have relayed the message
    D. The check is a box on the message form that tells you the message was received
    A

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