1. B-001-006-001.... An amateur radio station with a maximum input power to the final stage of 2 watts:
must be operated by a person with an Amateur Certificate and call sign
must be licensed by Industry Canada 
need not be licensed in isolated areas only 
is exempt from regulatory control by Industry Canada 
No Answer
2. B-001-006-002.... An Amateur station may be used to communicate with:
any stations which are identified for special contests 
armed forces stations during special contests and training exercises 
stations operated under similar authorizations 
any station transmitting in the amateur bands 
No Answer
3. B-001-006-003.... Which of the following statements is NOT correct?
a considerate operator does not transmit unnecessary signals 
a courteous operator refrains from using offensive language 
a radio amateur may not operate, or permit to be operated, a radio apparatus which he knows is not performing to the Radiocommunication Regulations 
a radio amateur may use a linear amplifier to amplify the output of a licence-exempt transmitter outside any amateur radio allocations
No Answer
4. B-001-006-004.... Which of the following statements is NOT correct?
except for a certified radio amateur operating within authorized amateur radio allocations, no person shall possess or operate any device for the purpose of amplifying the output power of a licence-exempt radio apparatus
a person may operate or permit the operation of radio apparatus only where the apparatus is maintained to the Radiocommunication Regulations tolerances 
an amateur radio operator transmitting unnecessary or offensive signals does not violate accepted practice
a person may operate an amateur radio station when the person complies with the Standards for the Operation of Radio Stations in the Amateur Radio Service 
No Answer
5. B-001-006-005.... Which of the following statements is NOT correct? A person may operate radio apparatus authorized in the amateur service:
on aeronautical, marine or land mobile frequencies 
only where the person complies with the Standards for the Operation of Radio Stations in the Amateur Radio Service 
only where the apparatus is maintained within the performance standards set by Industry Canada regulations and policies 
except for the amplification of the output power of licence-exempt radio apparatus operating outside authorized amateur radio service allocations 
No Answer
6. 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?
the radio is certified under the proper Radio Standard Specifications for use in Canada and licensed by Industry Canada on the specified frequencies 
the equipment has a RF power output of 2 watts or less
the equipment is used in remote areas north of 60 degrees latitude 
the radio operator has a Restricted Operator's Certificate
No Answer

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