G1A01:

On which HF/MF bands is a General class license holder granted all amateur frequency privileges?

  1. 60 meters, 20 meters, 17 meters, and 12 meters
  2. 160 meters, 80 meters, 40 meters, and 10 meters
  3. 160 meters, 60 meters, 30 meters, 17 meters, 12 meters, and 10 meters
  4. 160 meters, 30 meters, 17 meters, 15 meters, 12 meters, and 10 meters

G1A02:

On which of the following bands is phone operation prohibited?

  1. 160 meters
  2. 30 meters
  3. 17 meters
  4. 12 meters

G1A03:

On which of the following bands is image transmission prohibited?

  1. 160 meters
  2. 30 meters
  3. 20 meters
  4. 12 meters

G1A04:

Which of the following amateur bands is restricted to communication only on specific channels, rather than frequency ranges?

  1. 11 meters
  2. 12 meters
  3. 30 meters
  4. 60 meters

G1A05:

Which of the following frequencies is in the General class portion of the 40-meter band in ITU Region 2?

  1. 7.250 MHz
  2. 7.500 MHz
  3. 40.200 MHz
  4. 40.500 MHz

G1A06:

Which of the following frequencies is within the General class portion of the 75-meter phone band?

  1. 1875 kHz
  2. 3750 kHz
  3. 3900 kHz
  4. 4005 kHz

G1A07:

Which of the following frequencies is within the General class portion of the 20-meter phone band?

  1. 14005 kHz
  2. 14105 kHz
  3. 14305 kHz
  4. 14405 kHz

G1A08:

Which of the following frequencies is within the General class portion of the 80-meter band?

  1. 1855 kHz
  2. 2560 kHz
  3. 3560 kHz
  4. 3650 kHz

G1A09:

Which of the following frequencies is within the General class portion of the 15-meter band?

  1. 14250 kHz
  2. 18155 kHz
  3. 21300 kHz
  4. 24900 kHz

G1A10:

Which of the following frequencies is available to a control operator holding a General class license?

  1. 28.020 MHz
  2. 28.350 MHz
  3. 28.550 MHz
  4. All these choices are correct

G1A11:

When General class licensees are not permitted to use the entire voice portion of a band, which portion of the voice segment is generally available to them?

  1. The lower frequency end
  2. The upper frequency end
  3. The lower frequency end on frequencies below 7.3 MHz, and the upper end on frequencies above 14.150 MHz
  4. The upper frequency end on frequencies below 7.3 MHz, and the lower end on frequencies above 14.150 MHz

G1A12:

Which of the following applies when the FCC rules designate the Amateur Service as a secondary user on a band?

  1. Amateur stations must record the call sign of the primary service station before operating on a frequency assigned to that station
  2. Amateur stations can use the band only during emergencies
  3. Amateur stations can use the band only if they do not cause harmful interference to primary users
  4. Amateur stations may only operate during specific hours of the day, while primary users are permitted 24-hour use of the band

G1A13:

What is the appropriate action if, when operating on either the 30-meter or 60-meter bands, a station in the primary service interferes with your contact?

  1. Notify the FCCs regional Engineer in Charge of the interference
  2. Increase your transmitter's power to overcome the interference
  3. Attempt to contact the station and request that it stop the interference
  4. Move to a clear frequency or stop transmitting

G1A14:

Which of the following may apply in areas under FCC jurisdiction outside of ITU Region 2?

  1. Station identification may have to be in a language other than English
  2. Morse code may not be permitted
  3. Digital transmission may not be permitted
  4. Frequency allocations may differ

G1A15:

What portion of the 10-meter band is available for repeater use?

  1. The entire band
  2. The portion between 28.1 MHz and 28.2 MHz
  3. The portion between 28.3 MHz and 28.5 MHz
  4. The portion above 29.5 MHz