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What are the frequency privileges for a General Class
control operator in the 160-meter band (ITU Region 2)?
1800 - 2000-kHz
What are the frequency privileges for a General Class
control operator in the 75/80-meter band (ITU Region 2)?
3525 - 3750-kHz and 3850 - 4000-kHz
What are the frequency privileges for a General Class
control operator in the 40-meter band (ITU Region 2)?
7025 - 7150-kHz and 7225 - 7300-kHz
What are the frequency privileges for a General Class
control operator in the 30-meter band?
10100 - 10150-kHz
What are the frequency privileges for a General Class
control operator in the 20-meter band?
14025 - 14150-kHz and 14225 - 14350-kHz
What are the frequency privileges for a General Class
control operator in the 15-meter band?
21025 - 21200-kHz and 21300 - 21450-kHz
What are the frequency privileges for a General Class
control operator in the 12-meter band?
24890 - 24990-kHz
What are the frequency privileges for a General Class
control operator in the 10-meter band?
28000 - 29700-kHz
What are the frequency privileges for a General Class
control operator in the 17-meter band?
18068 - 18168-kHz
What are the frequency segments for General class licensees
within the 75/80-meter band in ITU Region 2 for CW
emissions?
3525 - 3750 kHz and 3850 - 4000 kHz
What are the frequency segments within the 10-meter band
for phone emissions?
28300 - 29700 kHz
Provided it is not at or near a public-use airport, what is
the maximum height above ground an antenna structure may
rise without requiring its owner to notify the FAA and
register with the FCC?
200 feet
If the FCC Rules DO NOT specifically cover a situation, how
must you operate your amateur station?
In accordance with good engineering and good amateur
practice
Which of the following types of stations may transmit only
one-way communications?
Beacon station
Which of the following does NOT need to be true when an
amateur station is being used to gather news information
for broadcast purposes?
The information is more quickly transmitted by Amateur
Radio