ARRL day 1.txt

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ARRL day 1.txt
2014-03-24 09:23:34
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  1. For whom is the Amateur Radio Service intended?
    A. Persons who have messages to broadcast to the public
    B. Persons who need communications for the activities of their immediate family members, relatives and friends
    C. Persons who need two-way communications for personal reasons
    D. Persons who are interested in radio technique solely with a personal aim and without pecuniary interest
  2. What agency regulates and enforces the rules for the Amateur Radio Service in the United States?
    A. FEMA
    B. The ITU
    C. The FCC
    D. Homeland Security
  3. How soon may you operate a transmitter on an amateur service frequency after you pass the examination required for your first amateur radio license?
    A. Immediately
    B. 30 days after the test date
    C. As soon as your name and call sign appear in the FCC’s ULS database
    D. You must wait until you receive your license in the mail from the FCC
  4. What is the normal term for an FCC-issued primary station/operator license grant?
    A. Five years
    B. Life
    C. Ten years
    D. Twenty years
  5. What is the grace period following the expiration of an amateur license within which the license may be renewed?
    A. Two years
    B. Three years
    C. Five years
    D. Ten years
  6. If your license has expired and is still within the allowable grace period, may you continue to operate a transmitter on amateur service frequencies?
    A. No, transmitting is not allowed until the ULS database shows that the license has been renewed
    B. Yes, but only if you identify using the suffix "GP"
    C. Yes, but only during authorized nets
    D. Yes, for up to two years
  7. What is the FCC Part 97 definition of an amateur station?
    A. A station in an Amateur Radio Service consisting of the apparatus necessary for carrying on radio communications
    B. A building where Amateur Radio receivers, transmitters, and RF power amplifiers are installed
    C. Any radio station operated by a non-professional
    D. Any radio station for hobby use
  8. When is an amateur station required to transmit its assigned call sign?
    A. At the beginning of each contact, and every 10 minutes thereafter
    B. At least once during each transmission
    C. At least every 15 minutes during and at the end of a contact
    D. At least every 10 minutes during and at the end of a contact
  9. Which of the following is a valid US amateur radio station call sign?
    A. KMA3505
    B. W3ABC
    C. KDKA
    D. 11Q1176
  10. 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
  11. Which type of call sign has a single letter in both the prefix and suffix?
    A. Vanity
    B. Sequential
    C. Special event
    D. In-memoriam
  12. For what purpose is a temporary "1 by 1" format (letter-number-letter) call sign assigned?
    A. To designate an experimental station
    B. To honor a deceased relative who was a radio amateur
    C. For operations in conjunction with an activity of special significance to the amateur community
    D. All of these choices are correct
  13. How many persons are required to be members of a club for a club station license to be issued by the FCC?
    A. At least 5
    B. At least 4
    C. A trustee and 2 officers
    D. At least 2
  14. What type of identification is being used when identifying a station on the air as “Race Headquarters”?
    A. Tactical call
    B. Self-assigned designator
    C. SSID
    D. Broadcast station
  15. When using tactical identifiers, how often must your station transmit the station’s FCC-assigned call sign?
    A. Never, the tactical call is sufficient
    B. Once during every hour
    C. Every ten minutes
    D. At the end of every communication
  16. Which of the following is an acceptable language for use for station identification when operating in a phone sub-band?
    A. Any language recognized by the United Nations
    B. Any language recognized by the ITU
    C. The English language
    D. English, French, or Spanish
  17. Which of the following formats of a self-assigned indicator is acceptable when identifying using a phone transmission?
    A. KL7CC stroke W3
    B. KL7CC slant W3
    C. KL7CC slash W3
    D. All of these choices are correct
  18. Which of the following restrictions apply when appending a self-assigned call sign indicator?
    A. It must be more than three letters and less than five letters
    B. It must be less than five letters
    C. It must start with the letters AA through AL, K, N, or W and be not less than two characters or more than five characters in length
    D. It must not conflict with any other indicator specified by the FCC rules or with any call sign prefix assigned to another country
  19. What is the ITU?
    A. An agency of the United States Department of Telecommunications Management
    B. A United Nations agency for information and communication technology issues
    C. An independent frequency coordination agency
    D. A department of the FCC
  20. North American amateur stations are located in which ITU region?
    A. Region 1
    B. Region 2
    C. Region 3
    D. Region 4
  21. What types of international communications are permitted by an FCC-licensed amateur station?
    A. Communications incidental to the purposes of the amateur service and remarks of a personal character
    B. Communications incidental to conducting business or remarks of a personal nature
    C. Only communications incidental to contest exchanges, all other communications are prohibited
    D. Any communications that would be permitted on an international broadcast station
  22. With which countries are FCC-licensed amateur stations prohibited from exchanging communications?
    A. Any country whose administration has notified the ITU that it objects to such communications
    B. Any country whose administration has notified the United Nations that it objects to such communications
    C. Any country engaged in hostilities with another country
    D. Any country in violation of the War Powers Act of 1934
  23. To which foreign stations do the FCC rules authorize the transmission of non-emergency third party communications?
    A. Any station whose government permits such communications
    B. Those in ITU Region 2 only
    C. Those in ITU Regions 2 and 3 only
    D. Those in ITU Region 3 only
  24. From which of the following may an FCC-licensed amateur station transmit, in addition to places where the FCC regulates communications?
    A. From within any country that belongs to the International Telecommunications Union
    B. From within any country that is a member of the United Nations
    C. From anywhere within in ITU Regions 2 and 3
    D. From any vessel or craft located in international waters and documented or registered in the United States
  25. When are you allowed to operate your amateur station in a foreign country?
    A. When the foreign country authorizes it
    B. When there is a mutual agreement allowing third party communications
    C. When authorization permits amateur communications in a foreign language
    D. When you are communicating with non-licensed individuals in another country
  26. On which of the following occasions may an FCC-licensed amateur station exchange messages with a U.S. military station?
    A. During an Armed Forces Day Communications Test
    B. During a Memorial Day Celebration
    C. During an Independence Day celebration
    D. During a propagation test
  27. When must an amateur station have a control operator?
    A. Only when the station is transmitting
    B. Only when the station is being locally controlled
    C. Only when the station is being remotely controlled
    D. Only when the station is being automatically controlled
  28. Who is eligible to be the control operator of an amateur station?
    A. Only a person holding an amateur service license from any country that belongs to the United Nations
    B. Only a citizen of the United States
    C. Only a person over the age of 18
    D. Only a person for whom an amateur operator/primary station license grant appears in the FCC database or who is authorized for alien reciprocal operation
  29. Who may be the control operator of a station communicating through an amateur satellite or space station?
    A. Only an Amateur Extra Class operator
    B. A General Class licensee or higher licensee who has a satellite operator certification
    C. Only an Amateur Extra Class operator who is also an AMSAT member
    D. Any amateur whose license privileges allow them to transmit on the satellite uplink frequency
  30. Who must designate the station control operator?
    A. The station licensee
    B. The FCC
    C. The frequency coordinator
    D. The ITU
  31. When the control operator is not the station licensee, who is responsible for the proper operation of the station?
    A. All licensed amateurs who are present at the operation
    B. Only the station licensee
    C. Only the control operator
    D. The control operator and the station licensee are equally responsible
  32. What determines the transmitting privileges of an amateur station?
    A. The frequency authorized by the frequency coordinator
    B. The class of operator license held by the station licensee
    C. The highest class of operator license held by anyone on the premises
    D. The class of operator license held by the control operator
  33. When may a Technician Class licensee be the control operator of a station operating in an exclusive Extra Class operator segment of the amateur bands?
    A. Never
    B. On Armed Forces Day
    C. As part of a multi-operator contest team
    D. When using a club station whose trustee is an Extra Class operator licensee
  34. What is an amateur station control point?
    A. The location of the station’s transmitting antenna
    B. The location of the station transmitting apparatus
    C. The location at which the control operator function is performed
    D. The mailing address of the station licensee
  35. What type of control is being used when transmitting using a handheld radio?
    A. Radio control
    B. Unattended control
    C. Automatic control
    D. Local control
  36. Under which of the following types of control is it permissible for the control operator to be at a location other than the control point?
    A. Local control
    B. Automatic control
    C. Remote control
    D. Indirect control
  37. What type of control is used when the control operator is not at the station location but can indirectly manipulate the operating adjustments of a station?
    A. Local
    B. Remote
    C. Automatic
    D. Unattended
  38. What type of control is being used for a repeater when the control operator is not present at a control point?
    A. Local control
    B. Remote control
    C. Automatic control
    D. Unattended
  39. Who does the FCC presume to be the control operator of an amateur station, unless documentation to the contrary is in the station records?
    A. The station custodian
    B. The third party participant
    C. The person operating the station equipment
    D. The station licensee
  40. When may the control operator of an amateur station receive compensation for operating the station?
    A. When engaging in communications on behalf of their employer
    B. When the communication is incidental to classroom instruction at an educational institution
    C. When re-broadcasting weather alerts during a RACES net
    D. When notifying other amateur operators of the availability for sale or trade of apparatus
  41. Who is accountable should a repeater inadvertently retransmit communications that violate the FCC rules?
    A. The control operator of the originating station
    B. The control operator of the repeater
    C. The owner of the repeater
    D. Both the originating station and the repeater owner