Licence Conditions

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Amateur Radio Foundation Licence

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Question 1

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A significant feature of the amateur licence is that
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  • 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

Question 2

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Which of the following is NOT a type of amateur radio licence?
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  • Advanced
  • Full
  • Intermediate
  • Foundation

Question 3

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Which of the following callsigns is a Foundation Licence holder transmitting in Scotland?
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  • M6ABC/S
  • MS6ABC
  • M6ABC/M
  • MM6ABC

Question 4

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When identifying their stationan amateur should
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  • 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

Question 5

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When on air, which is NOT permitted by the Foundation Licence?
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  • 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

Question 6

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The use of a secret code on the air is
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  • 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

Question 7

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Broadcasting is not allowed under an amateur radio licence. Broadcasting means
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  • 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

Question 8

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You must immediately inform Ofcom if you
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  • receive a complaint of inteference
  • discover a fault in your equipment
  • move house
  • change your transmitter

Question 9

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The maximum transmit power permitted at a frequency of 0.1367MHz is
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  • 1W
  • 1W erp
  • 10W
  • 10W erp

Question 10

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Communication via amateur satellite is permitted in the band
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  • 1.810 - 1.830MHz
  • 7.000 - 7.100MHz
  • 10.100 - 10.150MHz
  • 14.250 - 14.350MHz
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