E1D01:

What is the definition of the term telemetry?

  1. One-way transmission of measurements at a distance from the measuring instrument
  2. Two-way radiotelephone transmissions in excess of 1000 feet
  3. Two-way single channel transmissions of data
  4. One-way transmission that initiates, modifies, or terminates the functions of a device at a distance

E1D02:

What is the amateur satellite service?

  1. A radio navigation service using satellites for the purpose of self training, intercommunication and technical studies carried out by amateurs
  2. A spacecraft launching service for amateur-built satellites
  3. A radio communications service using amateur radio stations on satellites
  4. A radio communications service using stations on Earth satellites for public service broadcast

E1D03:

What is a telecommand station in the amateur satellite service?

  1. An amateur station located on the Earth's surface for communication with other Earth stations by means of Earth satellites
  2. An amateur station that transmits communications to initiate, modify or terminate functions of a space station
  3. An amateur station located more than 50 km above the Earth's surface
  4. An amateur station that transmits telemetry consisting of measurements of the upper atmosphere

E1D04:

What is an Earth station in the amateur satellite service?

  1. An amateur station within 50 km of the Earth's surface intended for communications with amateur stations by means of objects in space
  2. An amateur station that is not able to communicate using amateur satellites
  3. An amateur station that transmits telemetry consisting of measurements of the upper atmosphere
  4. Any amateur station on the surface of the Earth

E1D05:

What class of licensee is authorized to be the control operator of a space station?

  1. All except Technician Class
  2. Only General, Advanced or Amateur Extra Class
  3. Any class with appropriate operator privileges
  4. Only Amateur Extra Class

E1D06:

Which of the following is a requirement of a space station?

  1. The space station must be capable of terminating transmissions by telecommand when directed by the FCC
  2. The space station must cease all transmissions after 5 years
  3. The space station must be capable of changing its orbit whenever such a change is ordered by NASA
  4. All of these choices are correct

E1D07:

Which amateur service HF bands have frequencies authorized for space stations?

  1. Only the 40 m, 20 m, 17 m, 15 m, 12 m and 10 m bands
  2. Only the 40 m, 20 m, 17 m, 15 m and 10 m bands
  3. Only the 40 m, 30 m, 20 m, 15 m, 12 m and 10 m bands
  4. All HF bands

E1D08:

Which VHF amateur service bands have frequencies available for space stations?

  1. 6 meters and 2 meters
  2. 6 meters, 2 meters, and 1.25 meters
  3. 2 meters and 1.25 meters
  4. 2 meters

E1D09:

Which UHF amateur service bands have frequencies available for a space station?

  1. 70 cm only
  2. 70 cm and 13 cm
  3. 70 cm and 33 cm
  4. 33 cm and 13 cm

E1D10:

Which amateur stations are eligible to be telecommand stations?

  1. Any amateur station designated by NASA
  2. Any amateur station so designated by the space station licensee, subject to the privileges of the class of operator license held by the control operator
  3. Any amateur station so designated by the ITU
  4. All of these choices are correct

E1D11:

Which amateur stations are eligible to operate as Earth stations?

  1. Any amateur station whose licensee has filed a pre-space notification with the FCC's International Bureau
  2. Only those of General, Advanced or Amateur Extra Class operators
  3. Only those of Amateur Extra Class operators
  4. Any amateur station, subject to the privileges of the class of operator license held by the control operator