G2B01:

Which of the following is true concerning access to frequencies?

  1. Nets always have priority
  2. QSOs in progress always have priority
  3. Except during emergencies, no amateur station has priority access to any frequency
  4. Contest operations must always yield to non-contest use of frequencies

G2B02:

What is the first thing you should do if you are communicating with another amateur station and hear a station in distress break in?

  1. Continue your communication because you were on the frequency first
  2. Acknowledge the station in distress and determine what assistance may be needed
  3. Change to a different frequency
  4. Immediately cease all transmissions

G2B03:

What is good amateur practice if propagation changes during a contact and you notice interference from other stations on the frequency?

  1. Tell the interfering stations to change frequency
  2. Report the interference to your local Amateur Auxiliary Coordinator
  3. Attempt to resolve the interference problem with the other stations in a mutually acceptable manner
  4. Increase power to overcome interference

G2B04:

When selecting a CW transmitting frequency, what minimum separation should be used to minimize interference to stations on adjacent frequencies?

  1. 5 to 50 Hz
  2. 150 to 500 Hz
  3. 1 to 3 kHz
  4. 3 to 6 kHz

G2B05:

When selecting an SSB transmitting frequency, what minimum separation should be used to minimize interference to stations on adjacent frequencies?

  1. 5 to 50 Hz
  2. 150 to 500 Hz
  3. Approximately 3 kHz
  4. Approximately 6 kHz

G2B06:

What is a practical way to avoid harmful interference on an apparently clear frequency before calling CQ on CW or phone?

  1. 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
  2. Listen for 2 minutes before calling CQ
  3. Send the letter "V" in Morse code several times and listen for a response, or say "test" several times and listen for a response
  4. Send "QSY" on CW or if using phone, announce "the frequency is in use," then give your call sign and listen for a response

G2B07:

Which of the following complies with good amateur practice when choosing a frequency on which to initiate a call?

  1. Check to see if the channel is assigned to another station
  2. Identify your station by transmitting your call sign at least 3 times
  3. Follow the voluntary band plan for the operating mode you intend to use
  4. All these choices are correct

G2B08:

What is the voluntary band plan restriction for U.S. stations transmitting within the 48 contiguous states in the 50.1 to 50.125 MHz band segment?

  1. Only contacts with stations not within the 48 contiguous states
  2. Only contacts with other stations within the 48 contiguous states
  3. Only digital contacts
  4. Only SSTV contacts

G2B09:

Who may be the control operator of an amateur station transmitting in RACES to assist relief operations during a disaster?

  1. Only a person holding an FCC-issued amateur operator license
  2. Only a RACES net control operator
  3. A person holding an FCC-issued amateur operator license or an appropriate government official
  4. Any control operator when normal communication systems are operational

G2B10:

When is an amateur station allowed to use any means at its disposal to assist another station in distress?

  1. Only when transmitting in RACES
  2. At any time when transmitting in an organized net
  3. At any time during an actual emergency
  4. Only on authorized HF frequencies

G2B11:

What frequency should be used to send a distress call?

  1. Whichever frequency has the best chance of communicating the distress message
  2. Only frequencies authorized for RACES or ARES stations
  3. Only frequencies that are within your operating privileges
  4. Only frequencies used by police, fire, or emergency medical services