A significant feature of the amateur licence is that
It is readily obtainable at the Post Office
It is non-commercial in nature
Attendance at training clases is compulsory
The Foundation Licence is recognised worldwide
Which of the following is NOT a type of amateur radio licence?
Which of the following callsigns is a Foundation Licence holder transmitting in Scotland?
When identifying their stationan amateur should
give their name and licence number at the start of each 'over'
give their callsign at the beginning and end of each 'over'
give their callsign at the beginning of a contact and every15 minutes
give their location to an accuracy of at least 5km
When on air, which is NOT permitted by the Foundation Licence?
Speaking to an amateur with a full licence
Speaking to a French amateur
Speaking to a British amateur on holiday in France
Speaking to a close friend who is not a licenced amateur
The use of a secret code on the air is
not permitted under any circumstances
permitted for passing medical information in an emergency
permitted for communication within the UK only
permitted provided you also give your location
Broadcasting is not allowed under an amateur radio licence. Broadcasting means
any transmision from your amateur station
a transmission to an amateur station with whom contact has been made
a transmission to several people in a group or net
transmitting information to anyone who happens to be listening
You must immediately inform Ofcom if you
receive a complaint of inteference
discover a fault in your equipment
change your transmitter
The maximum transmit power permitted at a frequency of 0.1367MHz is
Communication via amateur satellite is permitted in the band
1.810 - 1.830MHz
7.000 - 7.100MHz
10.100 - 10.150MHz
14.250 - 14.350MHz