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The Standards for the Operation of Radio Stations in the Amateur Radio Service (RBR-4) and the Radiocommunication Regulations, spell out terms and conditions for operating an amateur radio station in Canada.
There is no minimum power limit within amateur frequency bands.
All amateur radio stations must be operated in accordance with a radio authorization.
Operation of amateur radio equipment is not permitted on frequencies outside of amateur radio bands. Radio equipment approved for use and licensed for frequencies in the land mobile service may also be used on amateur radio band frequencies if the owner holds an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate.
Amateur radio stations may only communicate with other similarly authorized amateur radio stations.
It is not permissible to use amateur radio apparatus to amplify the output of licence-exempt transmitters.
Considerate and courteous operators refrain from making unnecessary or offensive transmissions.
Download RBR-4 "Standards for the Operation of Radio Stations in the Amateur Radio Service" from the internet. Every Amateur Radio Operator needs to be aware of the contents of this document, namely:
B-001-006-001.... An amateur radio station with a maximum input power to the final stage of 2 watts:
|B-001-006-002.... An Amateur station may be used to communicate with:
|B-001-006-003.... Which of the following statements is NOT correct?
|B-001-006-004.... Which of the following statements is NOT correct?
|B-001-006-005.... Which of the following statements is NOT correct? A person may operate radio apparatus, authorized in the amateur service:
|B-001-006-006.... Some VHF and UHF FM radios purchased for use in the amateur service can also be programmed to communicate on frequencies used for the land mobile service. Under what conditions is this permissible?
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