Transmitter power regulations; data emission standards
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G1C-2011: Transmitter power regulations; data emission standards

G1C01-2011: What is the maximum transmitting power an amateur station may use on 10.140 MHz?

200 watts PEP output

1000 watts PEP output

1500 watts PEP output

2000 watts PEP output



G1C02-2011: What is the maximum transmitting power an amateur station may use on the 12 meter band?

1500 watts PEP output

1500 PEP output, except for 200 watts PEP output in the Novice portion

200 watts PEP output

An effective radiated power equivalent to 50 watts from a half-wave dipole



G1C03-2011: What is the maximum bandwidth permitted by FCC rules for Amateur Radio stations when transmitting on USB frequencies in the 60 meter band?

2.8 kHz

5.6 kHz

1.8 kHz

3 kHz



G1C04-2011: Which of the following is a limitation on transmitter power on the 14 MHz band?

Only the minimum power necessary to carry out the desired communications should be used

Power must be limited to 200 watts when transmitting between 14.100 MHz and 14.150 MHz

Power should be limited as necessary to avoid interference to another radio service on the frequency

Effective radiated power cannot exceed 3000 watts



G1C05-2011: Which of the following is a limitation on transmitter power on the 28 MHz band?

1500 watts PEP output

100 watts PEP output

1000 watts PEP output

2000 watts PEP output



G1C06-2011: Which of the following is a limitation on transmitter power on 1.8 MHz band?

1500 watts PEP output

200 watts PEP output

1000 watts PEP output

1200 watts PEP output



G1C07-2011: What is the maximum symbol rate permitted for RTTY or data emission transmission on the 20 meter band?

300 baud

56 kilobaud

19.6 kilobaud

1200 baud



G1C08-2011: What is the maximum symbol rate permitted for RTTY or data emission transmitted at frequencies below 28 MHz?

300 baud

56 kilobaud

19.6 kilobaud

1200 baud



G1C09-2011: What is the maximum symbol rate permitted for RTTY or data emission transmitted on the 1.25 meter and 70 centimeter bands

56 kilobaud

19.6 kilobaud

1200 baud

300 baud



G1C10-2011: What is the maximum symbol rate permitted for RTTY or data emission transmissions on the 10 meter band?

1200 baud

56 kilobaud

19.6 kilobaud

300 baud



G1C11-2011: What is the maximum symbol rate permitted for RTTY or data emission transmissions on the 2 meter band?

19.6 kilobaud

56 kilobaud

1200 baud

300 baud





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