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Basic Qualification Question Bank for Amateur Radio Operator Certificate Examinations 12 June, 2014

Regulations

General
(A)

B-001-001-001 Authority to make regulations governing radiocommunications is derived from:
A  the Radiocommunication Act
B  the Radiocommunication Regulations
C  the Standards for the Operation of Radio Stations in the Amateur Radio Service
D  the ITU Radio Regulations

(C)
B-001-001-002 Authority to make "Standards for the Operation of Radio Stations in the Amateur Radio Service" is derived from:
A  the Standards for the Operation of Radio Stations in the Amateur Radio Service
B  the ITU Radio Regulations
C  the Radiocommunication Act
D  the Radiocommunication Regulations

(B)
B-001-001-003 The Department that is responsible for the administration of the Radiocommunication Act is:
A  National Defence
B  Industry Canada
C  Transport Canada
D  Communications Canada

(B)
B-001-001-004 The "amateur radio service" is defined in:
A the FCC's Part 97 rules
B the Radiocommunication Regulations
C the Radiocommunication Act
D the Standards for the Operation of Radio Stations in the Amateur Radio Service

(B)
B-001-002-001 What must you do to notify your mailing address changes?
A  Write amateur organizations advising them of your new address, enclosing your certificate
B  Contact Industry Canada and provide details of your address change
C  Telephone your local club, and give them your new address
D  Contact an accredited examiner and provide details of your address change

(C)
B-001-002-002 An Amateur Radio Operator Certificate is valid for:
A  three years
B  one year
C  life
D  five years

(C)
B-001-002-003 Whenever a change of address is made:
A  the station shall not be operated until a change of address card is forwarded to Industry Canada
B  within the same province, there is no need to notify Industry Canada
C  Industry Canada must be advised of any change in postal address
D  Industry Canada must be notified within 14 days of operation at the new address

(A)
B-001-002-004 The Amateur Radio Operator Certificate:
A  must be retained at the station
B  must be put on file
C  must be kept in a safe place
D  must be kept on the person to whom it is issued

(C)
B-001-002-005 The holder of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate shall, at the request of a duly appointed
radio inspector, produce the certificate, or a copy thereof, to the inspector, within ____ hours after the request:
A  24
B  72
C  48
D  12

(A)
B-001-002-006 The fee for an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate is:
A  free
B  $32
C  $10
D  $24

(D)
B-001-002-007 The Amateur Radio Operator Certificate should be:
A retained in a safety deposit box
B retained on the radio amateur's person
C retained in the radio amateur's vehicle
D retained at the address provided to Industry Canada

(C)
B-001-003-004 What government document states the offences and penalties for non compliance of the rules governing radiocommunications?
A The Radiocommunications Regulations
B The Radiocommunications Law Reform Act of 2002
C The Radiocommunication Act
D The Official Radio Rules of Canada

(C)
B-001-003-005 Which of the following is not correct? The Minister may suspend an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate:
A Where the certificate was obtained through misrepresentation
B Where the holder has failed to comply with a request to pay fees or interest due
C With no notice, or opportunity to make representation thereto
D Where the holder has contravened the Radiocommunication Act, its Regulations, or the terms and conditions of the certificate

(A)
B-001-003-006 Which of the following statements is not correct?
A A radio inspector may enter a dwelling without the consent of the occupant and without a warrant
B Where entry is refused, and is necessary to perform his duties under the Act, a radio inspector may obtain a warrant
C In executing a warrant, a radio inspector shall not use force, unless accompanied by a peace officer, and force is authorized
D The person in charge of a place entered by a radio inspector shall give the inspector information that the inspector requests

(A)
B-001-011-001 Amateur radio stations may communicate:
A only with other amateur stations
B with anyone who uses international Morse code
C with non amateur stations
D with any station involved in a real or simulated emergency

(B)

B-001-006-002 An amateur station may be used to communicate with:
A any station transmitting in the amateur bands
B stations operated under similar authorizations
C any stations which are identified for special contests
D armed forces stations during special contests and training exercises

(B)

B-001-006-003 Which of the following statements is not correct?
A A radio amateur may not operate, or permit to be operated, a radio apparatus which he knows is not performing to the Radiocommunication Regulations
B A radio amateur may use a linear amplifier to amplify the output of a licence-exempt transmitter outside any amateur radio allocations
C A considerate operator does not transmit unnecessary signals
D A courteous operator refrains from using offensive language

(D)
B-001-006-004 Which of the following statements is not correct?
A Except for a certified radio amateur operating within authorized amateur radio allocations, no person shall possess or operate any device for the purpose of amplifying the output power of a licence-exempt radio apparatus
B A person may operate or permit the operation of radio apparatus only where the apparatus is maintained to the Radiocommunication Regulations tolerances
C A person may operate an amateur radio station when the person complies with the Standards for the Operation of Radio Stations in the Amateur Radio Service
D An amateur radio operator transmitting unnecessary or offensive signals does not violate accepted practice

(C)
B-001-006-005 Which of the following statements is not correct? A person may operate radio apparatus, authorized in the amateur service:
A only where the apparatus is maintained within the performance standards set by Industry Canada regulations and policies
B except for the amplification of the output power of licence-exempt radio apparatus operating outside authorized amateur radio service allocations
C on aeronautical, marine or land mobile frequencies
D only where the person complies with the Standards for the Operation of Radio Stations in the Amateur Radio Service

(D)
B-001-006-006 Some VHF and UHF FM radios purchased for use in the amateur service can also be programmed to communicate on frequencies used for the land mobile service. Under what conditions is this permissible?
A The radio operator has a Restricted Operator's Certificate
B The equipment has a RF power output of 2 watts or less
C The equipment is used in remote areas north of 60 degrees latitude
D The radio is certified under the proper Radio Standard Specification for use in Canada and licensed by Industry Canada on the specified frequencies

(D)
B-001-007-001  Which of the following cannot be discussed on an amateur club net?
A Recreation planning
B Code practice planning
C Emergency planning
D Business planning

(A)
B-001-007-002 When is a radio amateur allowed to broadcast information to the general public?
A Never
B Only when the operator is being paid
C Only when broadcasts last less than 1 hour
D Only when broadcasts last longer than 15 minutes

(A)
B-001-007-003 When may false or deceptive amateur signals or communications be transmitted?
A Never
B When operating a beacon transmitter in a "fox hunt" exercise
C When playing a harmless "practical joke"
D When you need to hide the meaning of a message for secrecy

(B)
B-001-007-004 Which of the following one-way communications may not be transmitted in the amateur service?
A Morse code practice
B Broadcasts intended for the general public
C Radio control commands to model craft
D Brief transmissions to make adjustments to the station

(D)
B-001-007-005 You wish to develop and use a new digital encoding technique to transmit data over amateur radio spectrum. Under what conditions is this permissible?
A When it is used for music streaming content
B When it is used for commercial traffic
C When it includes sending the amateur station's call sign
D When the encoding technique is published in the public domain

(D)
B-001-007-006 When may an amateur station in two-way communication transmit an encoded message?
A During a declared communications emergency
B During contests
C When transmitting above 450 MHz
D Only when the encoding or cipher is not secret

(D)
B-001-007-007 What are the restrictions on the use of abbreviations or procedural signals in the amateur service?
A There are no restrictions
B They are not permitted because they obscure the meaning of a message to government monitoring stations C Only "10 codes" are permitted
D They may be used if the signals or codes are not secret

(B)
B-001-007-008 What should you do to keep you station from retransmitting music or signals from a non-amateur station?
A Adjust your transceiver noise blanker
B Turn down the volume of background audio
C Turn up the volume of your transmitter
D Speak closer to the microphone to increase your signal strength

(C)
B-001-007-009 The transmission of a secret code by the operator of an amateur station:
A must be approved by Industry Canada
B is permitted for third-party traffic
C is not permitted
D is permitted for contests

(B)
B-001-007-010 A radio amateur may be engaged in communication which include the transmission of:
A commercially recorded material
B Q signals
C programming that originates from a broadcasting undertaking
D radiocommunication in support of industrial, business, or professional activities

(A)
B-001-007-011 In the amateur radio service, business communications:
A are not permitted under any circumstance
B are permitted on some bands
C are only permitted if they are for the safety of life or immediate protection of property
D are not prohibited by regulation

(A)
B-001-008-001 Where may the holder of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate operate an amateur radio station in Canada?
A Anywhere in Canada
B Anywhere in Canada during times of emergency
C Only at the address shown on Industry Canada records
D Anywhere in your call sign prefix area

(B)
B-001-008-002 Which type of station may transmit one-way communications?
A VHF station
B Beacon station
C Repeater station
D HF station

(A)
B-001-008-003 Amateur radio operators may install or operate radio apparatus:
A at any location in Canada
B only at the address which is on record at Industry Canada
C at the address which is on record at Industry Canada and at one other location
D at the address which is on record at Industry Canada and in two mobiles

(D)

B-001-020-002 The operator of an amateur station shall ensure that:
A communications are exchanged only with commercial stations
B all communications are conducted in secret code
C charges are properly applied to all third-party communications
D communications are limited to messages of a technical or personal nature

(D)
B-001-022-001 Which of these statements is not correct?
A An accredited examiner  may recover the cost of administering an examination
B An accredited volunteer examiner must hold an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate with  Basic , Advanced, and Morse code qualifications
C The fee for taking an examination for an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate at an Industry Canada office is $20 per qualification
D The fee for taking an examination for an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate at an Industry Canada office is $5 per qualification

Qualifications

(D)

B-001-004-005 One Morse code qualification is available for the Amateur Radio Operator Certificate. It is:
A 12 w.p.m.
B 7 w.p.m.
C 15 w.p.m.
D 5 w.p.m.

(A)

B-001-004-006 The holder of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate with the Basic Qualification is authorized to operate following stations:
A a station authorized in the amateur service
B a station authorized in the aeronautical service
C a station authorized in the maritime service
D any authorized station except stations authorized in the amateur, aeronautical or maritime services

(A)
B-001-004-001 What age must you be to hold an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate with Basic Qualification? A There are no age limits
B 70 years or younger
C 18 years or older
D 14 years or older

(A)
B-001-004-002 Which examination must be passed before an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate is issued?
A Basic
B Personality test
C Morse code
D Advanced

(B)
B-001-004-003 Holders of which one of the following certificates may be issued an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate?
A Canadian Restricted Operator Certificate - Aeronautical(ROC-A)
B Canadian Radiocommunication Operator General Certificate Maritime(RGMC)
C Canadian Restricted Operator Certificate - Maritime(ROC-M)
D Canadian Restricted Operator's Certificate - Maritime Commercial(ROC-MC)

(C)
B-001-004-004 After an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate with Basic qualifications is issued, the holder may be examined for additional qualifications in the following order:
A Morse code after passing the Basic with Honours
B Advanced after passing Morse code
C any order
D Morse code after passing the Advanced

(D)

B-001-004-007 What conditions must candidates to amateur radio certification meet?
A Be a Canadian citizen
B Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
C Be at least 14 years of age and a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
D Have a valid address in Canada

(C)
B-001-005-001 Radio apparatus may be installed, placed in operation, repaired or maintained by the holder of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate with Advanced Qualification on behalf of another person:
A pending the granting of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate if the apparatus covers the amateur frequency bands only
B if the transmitter of a station, for which a radio authorization is to be applied for, is type approved and crystal controlled
C if the other person is the holder of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate to operate in the amateur radio service
D pending the granting of a radio authorization, if the apparatus covers the amateur and commercial frequency bands

(B)

B-001-005-002 The holder of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate may design and build from scratch transmitting equipment for use in the amateur radio service provided that person has the:
A Basic qualification
B Advanced qualification
C Basic and Morse code qualification
D Morse code with Honours qualification

(D)
B-001-005-003 Where a friend is not the holder of any type of radio operator certificate, you, as a holder of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate with Basic Qualification, may, on behalf of your friend:
A install an amateur station, but not operate or permit the operation of the apparatus
B install and operate the radio apparatus, using your own call sign
C modify and repair the radio apparatus but not install it
D not install, place in operation, modify, repair, maintain, or permit the operation of the radio apparatus

(C)
B-001-005-004 A radio amateur with Basic and Morse code qualifications may install an amateur station for another person:
A only if the station is for use on one of the VHF bands
B only if the DC power input to the final stage does not exceed 200 watts
C only if the other person is the holder of a valid Amateur Radio Operator Certificate
D only if the final power input does not exceed 100 watts

(A)
B-001-006-001 An amateur radio station with a maximum input power to the final stage of 2 watts:
A must be operated by a person with an Amateur Certificate and call sign
B must be licensed by Industry Canada
C need not be licensed in isolated areas only
D is exempt from regulatory control by Industry Canada

(D)
B-001-008-004 In order to install any radio apparatus, to be used specifically for receiving and automatically retransmitting radiotelephone communications within the same frequency band, a radio amateur must hold an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate, with a minimum of:
A Basic and Morse code qualifications
B Basic qualification
C Basic with Honours qualification
D Basic and Advanced qualifications

(A)
B-001-008-005  In order to install any radio apparatus, to be used specifically for an amateur radio club station, the radio amateur must hold an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate, with a minimum of the following qualifications:
A Basic and Advanced
B Basic, Advanced and Morse code
C Basic
D Basic with Honours

(A)
B-001-008-006 In order to install or operate a transmitter or RF amplifier that is neither professionally designed nor commercially manufactured for use in the amateur service, a radio amateur must hold an Amateur Operator's Certificate, with a minimum of which qualifications?
A Basic and Advanced
B Basic with Honours
C Basic and Morse code
D Basic, Advanced and Morse code

(B)
B-001-015-003 In addition to passing the Basic written examination, what must you do before you are allowed to use amateur frequencies below 30 MHz?
A You must attend a class to learn about HF communications
B You must pass a Morse code or Advanced test or attain a mark of 80% on the Basic exam
C You must notify Industry Canada that you intend to operate on the HF bands
D You must pass a Morse code test

(A)
B-001-015-004 The holder of an amateur radio certificate may operate radio controlled models:
A on all frequencies above 30 MHz
B if the control transmitter does not exceed 15 kHz of occupied bandwidth
C if the frequency used is below 30 MHz
D if only pulse modulation is used

Callisigns

(B)

B-001-013-001 Which of the following call signs is a valid Canadian amateur radio call sign?
A KA9OLS
B VA3XYZ
C SM2CAN
D BY7HY

(C)
B-001-013-011 The call sign of a Canadian amateur radio station would normally start with the letters:
A A, K, N or W
B EA, EI, RO or UY
C VA, VE, VO or VY
D GA, GE, MO or VQ

Control Operator
(C)

B-001-003-001 Out of amateur band transmissions:
A are permitted
B are permitted for short tests only
C are prohibited - penalties could be assessed to the control operator
D must be identified with your call sign

(B)

B-001-009-001 Who is responsible for the proper operation of an amateur station?
A Only the control operator
B Both the control operator and the station owner
C Only the station owner who is the holder of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate
D The person who owns the station equipment

(D)
B-001-009-002 If you transmit from another amateur's station, who is responsible for its proper operation?
A You
B The station owner, unless the station records show that you were the control operator at the time
C The station owner
D Both of you

(D)
B-001-009-003 What is your responsibility as a station owner?
A You must allow another amateur to operate your station upon request
B You must be present whenever the station is operated
C You must notify Industry Canada if another amateur acts as the control operator
D You are responsible for the proper operation of the station in accordance with the regulations

(D)
B-001-009-004 Who may be the control operator of an amateur station?
A Any person over 21 years of age with a Basic Qualification
B Any person over 21 years of age with Basic and Morse code qualifications
C Any person over 21 years of age
D Any qualified amateur chosen by the station owner

(C)
B-001-009-005 When must an amateur station have a control operator?
A Whenever the station receiver is operated
B Only when training another amateur
C Whenever the station is transmitting
D A control operator is not needed

(C) When an amateur station is transmitting, where must its control operator be?
A At the station's entrance, to control entry to the room
B Anywhere within 50 km of the station location
C At the station's control point
D Anywhere in the same building as the transmitter

(D)
B-001-009-007 Why can't family members without qualifications transmit using your amateur station if they are alone with your equipment?
A They must not use your equipment without your permission
B They must first know how to use the right abbreviations and Q signals
C They must first know the right frequencies and emission modes for transmitting
D They must hold suitable amateur radio qualifications before they are allowed to be control operators

(A)

B-001-009-008 The owner of an amateur station may:
A permit any person to operate the station under the supervision and in the presence of the holder of the amateur operator certificate
B  permit anyone to take part in communications only if prior written permission is received from Industry Canada
C permit anyone to use the station without restrictions
D permit anyone to use the station and take part in communications

(D)
B-001-009-009 Which of the following statements is correct?
A A person, holding only Basic Qualification, may operate another station on 14.2 MHz
B Radio amateurs may permit any person to operate the station without supervision
C Any person may operate a station in the amateur radio service
D Any person may operate an amateur station under supervision, and in the presence of, a person holding appropriate qualifications

(C)
B-001-014-002 If you let an unqualified third party use your amateur station, what must you do at your station's control point?
A You must monitor and supervise the communication only if contacts are made on frequencies below 30 MHz
B You must monitor and supervise the communication only if contacts are made in countries which have no third party communications
C You must continuously monitor and supervise the third party's participation
D You must key the transmitter and make the station identification

(A)
B-001-015-001 If you let another amateur with additional qualifications than yours control your station, what operating privileges are allowed?
A Only the privileges allowed by your qualifications
B Any privileges allowed by the additional qualifications
C All the emission privileges of the additional qualifications, but only the frequency privileges of your qualifications
D All the frequency privileges of the additional qualifications, but only the emission privileges of your qualifications

(A)

B-001-015-002 If you are the control operator at the station of another amateur who has additional qualifications to yours, what operating privileges are you allowed?
A Only the privileges allowed by your qualifications
B Any privileges allowed by the additional qualifications
C All the emission privileges of the additional qualifications, but only the frequency privileges of your qualifications
D All the frequency privileges of the additional qualifications, but only the emission privileges of your qualifications

3rd Party Communications
(D)
B-001-012-001 What kind of payment is allowed for third-party messages sent by an amateur station?
A Donation of amateur equipment
B Donation of equipment repairs
C Any amount agreed upon in advance
D No payment of any kind is allowed

(A)

B-001-012-002 Radiocommunications transmitted by stations other than a broadcasting station may be divulged or used:
A if it is transmitted by an amateur station
B if transmitted by any station using the international Morse code
C if transmitted in English or French
D during peacetime civil emergencies

(D)
B-001-012-003 The operator of an amateur station:
A shall charge no less than $10 for each message that the person transmits or receives
B shall charge no more than $10 for each message that the person transmits or receives
C may accept a gift or gratuity in lieu of remuneration for any message that the person transmits or receives
D shall not demand or accept remuneration in any form, in respect of a radiocommunication that the person transmits or receives

(B)
B-001-012-004 Which of the following is not an exception from the penalties under the Act, for divulging, intercepting or using information obtained through radiocommunication, other than broadcasting?
A Where it is on behalf of Canada, for the purpose of international or national defence or security
B Where it is to provide information for a journalist
C Where it is for the purpose of preserving or protecting property, or for the prevention of harm to a person
D Where it is for the purpose of giving evidence in a criminal or civil proceeding in which persons are required to give evidence

(A)
B-001-014-003 Radio amateurs may use their stations to transmit international communications on behalf of a third party only if:
A such communications have been authorized by the other country concerned
B the amateur station has received written authorization from Industry Canada to pass third party traffic
C the communication is transmitted by secret code
D prior remuneration has been received

(A)
B-001-014-006 Amateur third party communications is:
A the transmission of non-commercial or personal messages to or on behalf of a third party
B the transmission of commercial or secret messages
C a simultaneous communication between three operators
D none of these answers

(A)
B-001-014-007 International third party amateur radio communication in case of emergencies or disaster relief is expressly permitted unless:
A specifically prohibited by the foreign administration concerned
B satellite communication can be originated in the disaster area
C the foreign administration is in a declared state of war
D internet service is working well in the foreign country involved

(C)
B-001-014-008 One of the following is not considered to be communications on behalf of a third party, even though the message is originated by, or addressed to, a non-amateur:
A messages addressed to points within Canada
B all messages received from Canadian stations
C messages originated from Canadian Forces Affiliate Radio Service(CFARS)
D messages that are handled within a local network

(C)
B-001-014-009 One of the following is not considered to be communications on behalf of a third party, even though the message may be originated by, or addressed to, a non-amateur:
A messages addressed to points within Canada from the United States
B messages that are handled within local networks during a simulated emergency exercise
C messages that originate from the United States Military Auxiliary Radio System(MARS)
D all messages originated by Canadian amateur stations

(A)
B-001-014-011 Which of the following statements is not correct? A Canadian radio amateur may, on amateur frequencies,:
A pass third-party traffic with all duly licensed amateur stations in any country which is a member of the ITU
B pass messages originating from or destined to the United States Military Auxiliary Radio System(MARS)
C pass messages originating from or destined to the Canadian Forces Affiliate Radio Service(CFARS)
D communicate with a similar station of a country which has not notified ITU that it objects to such communications

International Treaties
(C)

B-001-014-001 If a non-amateur friend is using your station to talk to someone in Canada, and a foreign station breaks in to talk to your friend, what should you do?
A Report the incident to the foreign amateur's government
B Stop all discussions and quickly sign off
C Have your friend wait until you determine from the foreign station if their administration permits third-party traffic
D Since you can talk to foreign amateurs, your friend may keep talking as long as you are the control operator

(A)

B-001-014-004 A person operating a Canadian amateur station is forbidden to communicate with amateur stations of another country:
A when that country has notified the International Telecommunication Union that it objects to such communications
B without written permission from Industry Canada
C until he has properly identified his station
D unless he is passing third-party traffic

(D)
B-001-014-005 International communications on behalf of third parties may be transmitted by an amateur station only if:
A English or French is used to identify the station at the end of each transmission
B the countries for which the traffic is intended have registered their consent to such communications with the ITU
C radiotelegraphy is used
D the countries concerned have authorized such communications

(C)
B-001-014-010 Which of the following is not correct?  While operating in Canada a radio amateur licensed by the Government of the United States must:
A qualify his identification when operating phone by adding to the call sign the word "mobile" or "portable" or when operating Morse code by adding a slash "/"
B identify with the call sign assigned by the FCC
C obtain a Canadian amateur certificate before operating in Canada
D add to his call sign the Canadian call sign prefix for the geographic location of the station

(C)

B-001-020-001 What type of messages may be transmitted to an amateur station in a foreign country?
A Messages that are not religious, political, or patriotic in nature
B Messages of any type
C Messages of a technical nature or personal remarks of relative unimportance
D Messages of any type, if the foreign country allows third-party communications with Canada

(A)
B-001-020-003 Which of the following is not a provision of the ITU Radio Regulations which apply to Canadian radio amateurs?
A Transmissions between countries shall not include any messages of a technical nature, or remarks of a personal character
B It is forbidden to transmit international messages on behalf of third parties, unless those countries make special arrangements
C Radiocommunications between countries shall be forbidden, if the administration of one of the countries objects
D Administrations shall take such measures as they judge necessary to verify the operational and technical qualifications of amateurs

(C)
B-001-020-004 The ITU Radio Regulations limit those radio amateurs, who have not demonstrated proficiency in Morse code, to frequencies above:
A 3.5MHz
B 28 MHz
C none of the other answers
D 1.8 MHz

(B)

B-001-020-005 In addition to complying with the Radiocommunication Act and Regulations, Canadian radio amateurs must also comply with the regulations of the:
A International Amateur Radio Union
B International Telecommunication Union
C American Radio Relay League
D Radio Amateurs of Canada Inc.

(B)
B-001-021-001 In which International Telecommunication Union Region is Canada?
A Region 1
B Region 2
C Region 4
D Region 3

(C)
B-001-021-002 A Canadian radio amateur, operating his station in the state of Florida, is subject to which frequency band limits?
A ITU Region 3
B ITU Region 1
C Those applicable to US radio amateurs
D ITU Region 2

(D)

B-001-021-003 A Canadian radio amateur, operating his station 7 kilometres(4 miles) offshore from the coast of Florida, is subject to which frequency band limits?
A Those applicable to Canadian radio amateurs
B ITU Region 1
C ITU Region 2
D Those applicable to US radio amateurs

(B)
B-001-021-004 Australia, Japan, and Southeast Asia are in which ITU Region?
A Region 4
B Region 3
C Region 1
D Region 2

(C)

B-001-021-005 Canada is located in ITU Region:
A Region 3
B Region 4
C Region 2
D Region 1
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