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  1. G1D02 What license examinations may you administer when you are an accredited VE holding a General Class operator license?
    A. General and Technician
    B. General only
    C. Technician only
    D. Extra, General and Technician
    C
  2. G1D05 Which of the following is sufficient for you to be an administering VE for a Technician Class operator license examination?
    A. Notification to the FCC that you want to give an examination
    B. Receipt of a CSCE for General Class
    C. Possession of a properly obtained telegraphy license
    D. An FCC General Class or higher license and VEC accreditation
    D
  3. G1D07 Volunteer Examiners are accredited by what organization?
    A. The Federal Communications Commission
    B. The Universal Licensing System
    C. A Volunteer Examiner Coordinator
    D. The Wireless Telecommunications Bureau
    C
  4. G1D04 Which of the following is a requirement for administering a Technician Class operator examination?
    A. At least three VEC accredited General Class or higher VEs must be present
    B. At least two VEC accredited General Class or higher VEs must be present
    C. At least two General Class or higher VEs must be present, but only one need be VEC accredited
    D. At least three VEs of Technician Class or higher must be present
    A
  5. G1D08 Which of the following criteria must be met for a non-U.S. citizen to be an accredited Volunteer Examiner?
    A. The person must be a resident of the U.S. for a minimum of 5 years
    B. The person must hold an FCC granted Amateur Radio license of General Class or above
    C. The person’s home citizenship must be in the ITU 2 region
    D. None of these choices is correct; non-U.S. citizens cannot be volunteer examiners
    B
  6. G1D10 What is the minimum age that one must be to qualify as an accredited Volunteer Examiner?
    A. 12 years
    B. 18 years
    C. 21 years
    D. There is no age limit
    B
  7. G2B06 What is a practical way to avoid harmful interference when selecting a frequency to call CQ on CW or phone?
    A. Send "QRL?" on CW, followed by your call sign; or, if using phone, ask if the frequency is in use, followed by your call sign
    B. Listen for 2 minutes before calling CQ
    C. Send the letter "V" in Morse code several times and listen for a response
    D. Send “QSY” on CW or if using phone, announce “the frequency is in use”, then send your call and listen for a response
    A
  8. G2B07 Which of the following complies with good amateur practice when choosing a frequency on which to initiate a call?
    A. Check to see if the channel is assigned to another station
    B. Identify your station by transmitting your call sign at least 3 times
    C. Follow the voluntary band plan for the operating mode you intend to use
    D. All of these choices are correct
    C
  9. G2B01 Which of the following is true concerning access to frequencies?
    A. Nets always have priority
    B. QSO’s in process always have priority
    C. No one has priority access to frequencies, common courtesy should be a guide
    D. Contest operations must always yield to non-contest use of frequencies
    C
  10. G2A08 Which of the following is a recommended way to break into a conversation when using phone?
    A. Say "QRZ" several times followed by your call sign
    B. Say your call sign during a break between transmissions from the other stations
    C. Say "Break. Break. Break." and wait for a response
    D. Say "CQ" followed by the call sign of either station
    B
  11. G2A11 What does the expression "CQ DX" usually indicate?
    A. A general call for any station
    B. The caller is listening for a station in Germany
    C. The caller is looking for any station outside their own country
    D. A distress call
    C
  12. G4A03 What is normally meant by operating a transceiver in "split" mode?
    A. The radio is operating at half power
    B. The transceiver is operating from an external power source
    C. The transceiver is set to different transmit and receive frequencies
    D. The transmitter is emitting a SSB signal, as opposed to DSB operation
    C
  13. G4A12 Which of the following is a common use for the dual VFO feature on a transceiver?
    A. To allow transmitting on two frequencies at once
    B. To permit full duplex operation, that is transmitting and receiving at the same time
    C. To permit ease of monitoring the transmit and receive frequencies when they are not the same
    D. To facilitate computer interface
    C
  14. G2B?? If propagation changes during your contact and you notice increasing interference from other activity on the same frequency, what should you do?
    A. Tell the interfering stations to change frequency
    B. Report the interference to your local Amateur Auxiliary Coordinator
    C. As a common courtesy, move your contact to another frequency
    D. Increase power to overcome interference
    C
  15. G2B05 What is the customary minimum frequency separation between SSB signals under normal conditions?
    A. Between 150 and 500 Hz
    B. Approximately 3 kHz
    C. Approximately 6 kHz
    D. Approximately 10 kHz
    B
  16. G4D10 How close to the lower edge of the 40 meter General Class phone segment should your displayed carrier frequency be when using 3 kHz wide LSB?
    A. 3 kHz above the edge of the segment
    B. 3 kHz below the edge of the segment
    C. Your displayed carrier frequency may be set at the edge of the segment
    D. Center your signal on the edge of the segment
    A
  17. G4D08 What frequency range is occupied by a 3 kHz LSB signal when the displayed carrier frequency is set to 7.178 MHz?
    A. 7.178 to 7.181 MHz
    B. 7.178 to 7.184 MHz
    C. 7.175 to 7.178 MHz
    D. 7.1765 to 7.1795 MHz
    C
  18. G4D11 How close to the upper edge of the 20 meter General Class band should your displayed carrier frequency be when using 3 kHz wide USB?
    A. 3 kHz above the edge of the band
    B. 3 kHz below the edge of the band
    C. Your displayed carrier frequency may be set at the edge of the band
    D. Center your signal on the edge of the band
    B
  19. G4D09 What frequency range is occupied by a 3 kHz USB signal with the displayed carrier frequency set to 14.347 MHz?
    A. 14.347 to 14.647 MHz
    B. 14.347 to 14.350 MHz
    C. 14.344 to 14.347 MHz
    D. 14.3455 to 14.3485 MHz
    B
  20. G4A11 Which of the following is a use for the IF shift control on a receiver?
    A. To avoid interference from stations very close to the receive frequency
    B. To change frequency rapidly
    C. To permit listening on a different frequency from that on which you are transmitting
    D. To tune in stations that are slightly off frequency without changing your transmit frequency
    A
  21. G2D10 What is QRP operation?
    A. Remote piloted model control
    B. Low power transmit operation
    C. Transmission using Quick Response Protocol
    D. Traffic relay procedure net operation
    B
  22. G2A10 Which of the following statements is true of SSB VOX operation?
    A. The received signal is more natural sounding
    B. VOX allows "hands free" operation
    C. Frequency spectrum is conserved
    D. Provides more power output
    B
  23. G1E04 Which of the following conditions require an Amateur Radio station licensee to take specific steps to avoid harmful interference to other users or facilities?
    A. When operating within one mile of an FCC Monitoring Station
    B. When using a band where the Amateur Service is secondary
    C. When a station is transmitting spread spectrum emissions
    D. All of these choices are correct
    D
  24. G1E06 Which of the following applies in the event of interference between a coordinated repeater and an uncoordinated repeater?
    A. The licensee of the non-coordinated repeater has primary responsibility to resolve the interference
    B. The licensee of the coordinated repeater has primary responsibility to resolve the interference
    C. Both repeater licensees share equal responsibility to resolve the interference
    D. The frequency coordinator bears primary responsibility to resolve the interference
    A
  25. G1E10 What portion of the 10 meter band is available for repeater use?
    A. The entire band
    B. The portion between 28.1 MHz and 28.2 MHz
    C. The portion between 28.3 MHz and 28.5 MHz
    D. The portion above 29.5 MHz
    D
  26. G8B05 Why isn't frequency modulated (FM) phone used below 29.5 MHz?
    A. The transmitter efficiency for this mode is low
    B. Harmonics could not be attenuated to practical levels
    C. The wide bandwidth is prohibited by FCC rules
    D. The frequency stability would not be adequate
    C
  27. G2A05 Which mode of voice communication is most commonly used on the high frequency amateur bands?
    A. Frequency modulation
    B. Double sideband
    C. Single sideband
    D. Phase modulation
    C
  28. G2A06 Which of the following is an advantage when using single sideband as compared to other analog voice modes on the HF amateur bands?
    A. Very high fidelity voice modulation
    B. Less bandwidth used and higher power efficiency
    C. Ease of tuning on receive and immunity to impulse noise
    D. Less subject to static crashes (atmospherics)
    B
  29. G2A07 Which of the following statements is true of the single sideband (SSB) voice mode?
    A. Only one sideband and the carrier are transmitted; the other sideband is suppressed
    B. Only one sideband is transmitted; the other sideband and carrier are suppressed
    C. SSB voice transmissions have higher average power than any other mode
    D. SSB is the only mode that is authorized on the 160, 75 and 40 meter amateur bands
    B
  30. G2A04 Which mode is most commonly used for voice communications on the 17 and 12 meter bands?
    A. Upper sideband
    B. Lower sideband
    C. Vestigial sideband
    D. Double sideband
    A
  31. G2A01 Which sideband is most commonly used for voice communications on frequencies of 14 MHz or higher?
    A. Upper sideband
    B. Lower sideband
    C. Vestigial sideband
    D. Double sideband
    A
  32. G2A03 Which of the following is most commonly used for SSB voice communications in the VHF and UHF bands?
    A. Upper sideband
    B. Lower sideband
    C. Vestigial sideband
    D. Double sideband
    A
  33. G2A02 Which of the following modes is most commonly used for voice communications on the 160, 75, and 40 meter bands?
    A. Upper sideband
    B. Lower sideband
    C. Vestigial sideband
    D. Double sideband
    B
  34. G2A09 Why do most amateur stations use lower sideband on the 160, 75 and 40 meter bands?
    A. Lower sideband is more efficient than upper sideband at these frequencies
    B. Lower sideband is the only sideband legal on these frequency bands
    C. Because it is fully compatible with an AM detector
    D. Current amateur practice is to use lower sideband on these frequency bands
    D

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