arrl g2 pg 34-41 17Q.txt

Card Set Information

arrl g2 pg 34-41 17Q.txt
2014-06-27 12:12:00
Show Answers:

  1. G2D08 Why do many amateurs keep a log even though the FCC doesn't require it?
    A. The ITU requires a log of all international contacts
    B. The ITU requires a log of all international third party traffic
    C. The log provides evidence of operation needed to renew a license without retest
    D. To help with a reply if the FCC requests information
  2. G2D09 What information is traditionally contained in a station log?
    A. Date and time of contact
    B. Band and/or frequency of the contact
    C. Call sign of station contacted and the signal report given
    D. All of these choices are correct
  3. G2D01 What is the Amateur Auxiliary to the FCC?
    A. Amateur volunteers who are formally enlisted to monitor the airwaves for rules violations
    B. Amateur volunteers who conduct amateur licensing examinations
    C. Amateur volunteers who conduct frequency coordination for amateur VHF repeaters
    D. Amateur volunteers who use their station equipment to help civil defense organizations in times of emergency
  4. G2D02 Which of the following are objectives of the Amateur Auxiliary?
    A. To conduct efficient and orderly amateur licensing examinations
    B. To encourage amateur self regulation and compliance with the rules
    C. To coordinate repeaters for efficient and orderly spectrum usage
    D. To provide emergency and public safety communications
  5. G2D03 What skills learned during “hidden transmitter hunts” are of help to the Amateur Auxiliary?
    A. Identification of out of band operation
    B. Direction finding used to locate stations violating FCC Rules
    C. Identification of different call signs
    D. Hunters have an opportunity to transmit on non-amateur frequencies
  6. G1B11 How does the FCC require an amateur station to be operated in all respects not specifically covered by the Part 97 rules?
    A. In conformance with the rules of the IARU
    B. In conformance with Amateur Radio custom
    C. In conformance with good engineering and good amateur practice
    D. All of these choices are correct
  7. G1B12 Who or what determines “good engineering and good amateur practice” as applied to the operation of an amateur station in all respects not covered by the Part 97 rules?
    A. The FCC
    B. The Control Operator
    C. The IEEE
    D. The ITU
  8. G1B08 When choosing a transmitting frequency, what should you do to comply with good amateur practice?
    A. Review FCC Part 97 Rules regarding permitted frequencies and emissions?
    B. Follow generally accepted band plans agreed to by the Amateur Radio community.
    C. Before transmitting, listen to avoid interfering with ongoing communication
    D. All of these choices are correct
  9. G1B05 When may music be transmitted by an amateur station?
    A. At any time, as long as it produces no spurious emissions
    B. When it is unintentionally transmitted from the background at the transmitter
    C. When it is transmitted on frequencies above 1215 MHz
    D. When it is an incidental part of a manned space craft retransmission
  10. G1B06 When is an amateur station permitted to transmit secret codes?
    A. During a declared communications emergency
    B. To control a space station
    C. Only when the information is of a routine, personal nature
    D. Only with Special Temporary Authorization from the FCC
  11. G1B07 What are the restrictions on the use of abbreviations or procedural signals in the Amateur Service?
    A. Only "Q" codes are permitted
    B. They may be used if they do not obscure the meaning of a message
    C. They are not permitted
    D. Only "10 codes" are permitted
  12. G1B09 When may an amateur station transmit communications in which the licensee or control operator has a pecuniary (monetary) interest?
    A. When other amateurs are being notified of the sale of apparatus normally used in an amateur station and such activity is not done on a regular basis
    B. Only when there is no other means of communications readily available
    C. When other amateurs are being notified of the sale of any item with a monetary value less than $200 and such activity is not done on a regular basis
    D. Never
  13. G2D05 When is it permissible to communicate with amateur stations in countries outside the areas administered by the Federal Communications Commission?
    A. Only when the foreign country has a formal third party agreement filed with the FCC
    B. When the contact is with amateurs in any country except those whose administrations have notified the ITU that they object to such communications
    C. When the contact is with amateurs in any country as long as the communication is conducted in English
    D. Only when the foreign country is a member of the International Amateur Radio Union
  14. G1E05 What types of messages for a third party in another country may be transmitted by an amateur station?
    A. Any message, as long as the amateur operator is not paid
    B. Only messages for other licensed amateurs
    C. Only messages relating to Amateur Radio or remarks of a personal character, or messages relating to emergencies or disaster relief
    D. Any messages, as long as the text of the message is recorded in the station log
  15. G1E07 With which foreign countries is third party traffic prohibited, except for messages directly involving emergencies or disaster relief communications?
    A. Countries in ITU Region 2
    B. Countries in ITU Region 1
    C. Every foreign country, unless there is a third party agreement in effect with that country
    D. Any country which is not a member of the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU)
  16. G1E08 Which of the following is a requirement for a non-licensed person to communicate with a foreign Amateur Radio station from a station with an FCC granted license at which a licensed control operator is present?
    A. Information must be exchanged in English
    B. The foreign amateur station must be in a country with which the United States has a third party agreement
    C. The control operator must have at least a General Class license
    D. All of these choices are correct