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States? A. Some U. S. Territories are located in ITU regions other than Region 2 B. Territorial governments are allowed to select their own frequency allocations C. Territorial frequency allocations must also include those of adjacent countries D. 301] — Frequency assignments may vary between the different ITU regions. [Ham Radio License Manual, page 7-18] T1B03 Which frequency is within the 6 meter band? A. 00 MHz B. 525 MHz C. 50 MHz D. 0 MHz in ITU Region 2, which includes North and South America.
To allow for calibration error in the transmitter frequency display B. So that modulation sidebands do not extend beyond the band edge C. To allow for transmitter frequency drift D. 301(a-e)] — Amateurs are allowed to use any frequency within a band, but you have to be careful when operating near the edge of the band. The rules require that all of your signal must remain within the band. Since, for example, on phone your radio displays the carrier frequency, you must leave room for the signal’s sidebands.
Following every question is a short explanation of the answer. Each chapter of the book covers one subelement from the question pool, beginning with the FCC Rules and ending with Electrical and RF Safety. You may study the questions from beginning to end or select topics in an order that appeals to you. If you are new to radio, you will probably find it easier to begin with the questions in subelement T3, T4 and T7 to learn about amateur equipment and the basics of radio signals. Then you can move on to the more technical topics covered by T5, T6, T8 and T9.