E1C01:

What is a remotely controlled station?

  1. A station operated away from its regular home location
  2. A station controlled by someone other than the licensee
  3. A station operating under automatic control
  4. A station controlled indirectly through a control link

E1C02:

What is meant by automatic control of a station?

  1. The use of devices and procedures for control so that the control operator does not have to be present at a control point
  2. A station operating with its output power controlled automatically
  3. Remotely controlling a station's antenna pattern through a directional control link
  4. The use of a control link between a control point and a locally controlled station

E1C03:

How do the control operator responsibilities of a station under automatic control differ from one under local control?

  1. Under local control there is no control operator
  2. Under automatic control the control operator is not required to be present at the control point
  3. Under automatic control there is no control operator
  4. Under local control a control operator is not required to be present at a control point

E1C04:

What is meant by IARP?

  1. An international amateur radio permit that allows U.S. amateurs to operate in certain countries of the Americas
  2. The internal amateur radio practices policy of the FCC
  3. An indication of increased antenna reflected power
  4. A forecast of intermittent aurora radio propagation

E1C05:

When may an automatically controlled station originate third party communications?

  1. Never
  2. Only when transmitting RTTY or data emissions
  3. When agreed upon by the sending or receiving station
  4. When approved by the National Telecommunication and Information Administration

E1C06:

Which of the following statements concerning remotely controlled amateur stations is true?

  1. Only Extra Class operators may be the control operator of a remote station
  2. A control operator need not be present at the control point
  3. A control operator must be present at the control point
  4. Repeater and auxiliary stations may not be remotely controlled

E1C07:

What is meant by local control?

  1. Controlling a station through a local auxiliary link
  2. Automatically manipulating local station controls
  3. Direct manipulation of the transmitter by a control operator
  4. Controlling a repeater using a portable handheld transceiver

E1C08:

What is the maximum permissible duration of a remotely controlled station's transmissions if its control link malfunctions?

  1. 30 seconds
  2. 3 minutes
  3. 5 minutes
  4. 10 minutes

E1C09:

Which of these ranges of frequencies is available for an automatically controlled repeater operating below 30 MHz?

  1. 18.110 MHz - 18.168 MHz
  2. 24.940 MHz - 24.990 MHz
  3. 10.100 MHz - 10.150 MHz
  4. 29.500 MHz - 29.700 MHz

E1C10:

What types of amateur stations may automatically retransmit the radio signals of other amateur stations?

  1. Only beacon, repeater or space stations
  2. Only auxiliary, repeater or space stations
  3. Only earth stations, repeater stations or model craft
  4. Only auxiliary, beacon or space stations

E1C11:

Which of the following operating arrangements allows an FCC-licensed U.S. citizen to operate in many European countries, and alien amateurs from many European countries to operate in the U.S.?

  1. CEPT agreement
  2. IARP agreement
  3. ITU reciprocal license
  4. All of these choices are correct

E1C12:

What types of communications may be transmitted to amateur stations in foreign countries?

  1. Business-related messages for non-profit organizations
  2. Messages intended for connection to users of the maritime satellite service
  3. Communications incidental to the purpose of the amateur service and remarks of a personal nature
  4. All of these choices are correct

E1C13:

Which of the following is required in order to operate in accordance with CEPT rules in foreign countries where permitted?

  1. You must identify in the official language of the country in which you are operating
  2. The U.S. embassy must approve of your operation
  3. You must bring a copy of FCC Public Notice DA 11-221
  4. You must append "/CEPT" to your call sign