What is the most common use of the "reverse split" function of a VHF/UHF transceiver?
What term describes the use of a sub-audible tone transmitted along with normal voice audio to open the squelch of a receiver?
If a station is not strong enough to keep a repeater's receiver squelch open, which of the following might allow you to receive the station's signal?
Which of the following could be the reason you are unable to access a repeater whose output you can hear?
What might be the problem if a repeater user says your transmissions are breaking up on voice peaks?
What type of tones are used to control repeaters linked by the Internet Relay Linking Project (IRLP) protocol?
How can you join a digital repeater's "talk group"?
Which of the following applies when two stations transmitting on the same frequency interfere with each other?
What is a "talk group" on a DMR digital repeater?
Which Q signal indicates that you are receiving interference from other stations?
Which Q signal indicates that you are changing frequency?
Why are simplex channels designated in the VHF/UHF band plans?
Where may SSB phone be used in amateur bands above 50 MHz?
Which of the following describes a linked repeater network?