RESTRICTIONS


1. B-001-007-001.... Which of the following CANNOT be discussed on an amateur club net?
recreation planning 
code practice planning 
emergency planning 
business planning 
No Answer
2. B-001-007-002.... When is a radio amateur allowed to broadcast information to the general public?
never 
only when the operator is being paid 
only when broadcasts last less than 1 hour 
only when broadcasts last longer than 15 minutes 
No Answer
3. B-001-007-003.... When may false or deceptive amateur signals or communications be transmitted?
never 
when operating a beacon transmitter in a "fox hunt" exercise 
when playing a harmless "practical joke" 
when you need to hide the meaning of a message for secrecy 
No Answer
4. B-001-007-004.... Which of the following one-way communications may not be transmitted in the amateur service?
broadcasts intended for the general public 
radio control commands to model craft 
brief transmissions to make adjustments to the station 
morse code practice 
No Answer
5. B-001-007-005.... You wish to develop and use a new digital encoding technique to transmit data over amateur radio spectrum. Under what conditions is this permissible?
when the encoding technique is published in the public domain 
when it is used for commercial traffic 
when it includes sending the amateur station's call sign  
when it is used for music streaming content 
No Answer
6. B-001-007-006.... When may an amateur station in two-way communication transmit a message in a secret code in order to obscure the meaning of the communication?
during a declared communications emergency 
during contests 
only when the encoding or cipher is not secret
when transmitting above 450 MHz 
No Answer
7. B-001-007-007.... What are the restrictions on the use of abbreviations or procedural signals in the amateur service?
there are no restrictions 
they are not permitted because they obscure the meaning of a message to government monitoring stations 
only "10-codes" are permitted 
they may be used if the signal or codes are not secret
No Answer
8. B-001-7-8.... What should you do to keep your station from retransmitting music or signals from a non-amateur station?
turn up the volume of your transmitter 
speak closer to the microphone to increase your signal strength 
adjust your transceiver noise blanker 
turn down the volume of background audio 
No Answer
9. B-001-7-9.... The transmission of a secret code by the operator of an amateur station:
is permitted for contests 
must be approved by Industry Canada 
is not permitted 
is permitted for third party traffic 
No Answer
10. B-001-7-10.... A radio amateur may be engaged in communication which includes the transmission of:
programming that originates from a broadcasting undertaking 
Q signals 
radiocommunication in support of industrial, business, or professional activities 
commercially recorded material 
No Answer
11. B-001-7-11.... In the amateur radio service, business communications:
are only permitted if they are for the safety of life or immediate protection of property 
are not prohibited by regulation 
are permitted on some bands 
are not permitted under any circumstance 
No Answer
   

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