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Amateur Radio Quick Study Guide: Amateur Extra Class, July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2020

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Amateur Radio Quick Study Guide: Amateur Extra Class, July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2020

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Jan 13, 2019
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There is no greater feeling than passing and receiving your Amateur Extra radio license. Unfortunately, the reality is that life sometimes gets in the way and causes delays. This Quick Study Guide has been designed with the time starved individual in mind that wishes to obtain their amateur extra radio license with little time to fit into their schedules for extensive study.

This is NOT your normal study guide or reference manual. There are no explanations to the questions or answers. This was done to maximize your ability to study and focus on the important information to pass your test.  

This guide was created by current Amateur Radio Operators to aid others in a way to assist in learning the material quickly. This study guide can, and is highly recommended to be used in conjunction with flashcards or other study applications and programs that teach and explain the theories used in Amateur Radio.

The Amateur Radio Quick Study Guide uses the current Federal Communications Commission (FCC) question pool and will be updated as needed. The questions and answers in here are directly from the pool of questions for the Amateur Extra class license test. Study hard and have confidence that the questions and answers you read here are the same as you will encounter on your test. 

The Amateur Extra Class License Exam consists of 50 Questions.

There are a total of 10 sections with multiple sub-sections in each Study Guide. Be prepared and ready to challenge your radio exam head on with confidence. Enjoy studying and collect the reward of the challenge.

We will be waiting for you on the air!

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E1-A

Q:  When using a transceiver that displays the carrier frequency of phone signals, which of the following displayed frequencies represents the highest frequency at which a properly adjusted USB emission will be totally within the band?

A: 3 kHz below the upper band edge

Q:  When using a transceiver that displays the carrier frequency of phone signals, which of the following displayed frequencies represents the lowest frequency at which a properly adjusted LSB emission will be totally within the band?

A: 3 kHz above the lower band edge

Q:  When your transceiver displays the carrier frequency of phone signals, you hear a station calling CQ on 14.349 MHz USB. Is it legal to return the call using upper sideband on the same frequency?

A: No, the sideband will extend beyond the band edge

Q:  When your transceiver displays the carrier frequency of phone signals, you hear a DX station calling CQ on 3.601 MHz LSB. Is it legal to return the call using upper sideband on the same frequency?

A: No, the sideband will extend beyond the edge of the phone band segment

Q: What is the maximum power output permitted on the 60-meter band?

A: 100 watts PEP effective radiated power relative to the gain of a half-wave dipole

Q: What must the carrier frequency of a CW signal be set to comply with FCC rules for 60-meter operation?

A: At the center frequency of the channel

Q: Which amateur band requires transmission on specific channels rather than on a range of frequencies?

A: 60-meter band

Q:  If a station in a message forwarding system inadvertently forwards a message that is in violation of FCC rules, who is primarily accountable for the rules violation?

A: The control operator of the originating station

Q: What is the first action you should take if your digital messaging forwarding station inadvertently forwards a communication that violates FCC rules?

A: Discontinue forwarding the communication as soon as you become aware of it

Q: If an amateur station is installed aboard a ship or aircraft, what condition must be met before the station is operated?

A: Its operator must be approved by the master of the ship or the pilot in command of the aircraft

Q: Which of the following describes authorization or licensing required when operating an amateur station aboard a U.S.-registered vessel in international waters?

A: Any FCC-issued amateur license

Q: With your transceiver displaying the carrier frequency of CW signals, you hear a DX station’s CQ on 3.500 MHz Is it legal to return the call using CW on the same frequency?

A: No, one of the sidebands of the CW signal will be out of the band

Q: Who must be in physical control of the station apparatus of an amateur station aboard any vessel or craft that is documented or registered in the United States?

A: Any person holding an FCC issued amateur license or who is authorized for alien reciprocal operation

Q: What is the maximum bandwidth for data emission on the 60-meter band?

A: 2.8 kHz

E1-B

Q: Which of the following constitutes a spurious emission?

A: An emission outside its necessary bandwidth that can be reduced or eliminated without affecting the information transmitted

Q: Which of the following factors might cause the physical location of an amateur station apparatus or antenna structure to be restricted?

A: The location is of environmental importance or significant in American History, architecture, or culture

Q: Within what distance must an amateur station protect an FCC monitoring facility from harmful interference?

A: 1 mile

Q: What must be done before placing an amateur station within an officially designated wilderness area or wildlife preserve, or an area listed in the National Register of Historic Places?

A: An Environmental Assessment must be submitted to the FCC

Q: What is the National Radio Quiet Zone?

A: An area surrounding the National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Q: Which of the following additional rules apply if you are installing an amateur station antenna at a site at or near a public use airport?

A: You may have to notify the Federal Aviation Administration and register it with the FCC as required by Part 17 of the FCC rules

Q: What is the highest modulation index permitted at the highest modulation frequency for angle modulation below 29.0 MHz?

A: 1.0

Q: What limitations may the FCC place on an amateur station if its signal causes interference to domestic broadcast reception, assuming that the receiver involved are of good engineering design?

A: The amateur station must avoid transmitting during certain hours on frequencies that cause the interference

Q: What amateur stations may be operated under RACES rules?

A: Any FCC-licensed amateur station certified by the responsible civil defense organization for the area served

Q: What frequencies are authorized to an amateur station operating under RACES rules?

A: All amateur service frequencies authorized to the control operator

Q: What is the permitted mean power of any spurious emission relative to the mean power of the fundamental emission from a station transmitter or external RF amplifier installed after January 1, 2003 and transmitting on a frequency below 30 MHz?

A: At least 43 dB below

E1-C

Q: What is a remotely controlled station?

A: A station controlled indirectly through a control link

Q: What is meant by automatic control of a station?

A: The use of a devices and procedures for control so that the control operator does not have to be present at a control point

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