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Amateur radio repeater: Quiz


Question 1: In the ________, coordination is optional, but Part 97 rule 205(c) prefers a coordinated repeater over an uncoordinated repeater in disputes over interference.
PhilippinesUnited StatesAlaskaCanada

Question 2: Having two repeaters operate on the same radio frequency is problematic, as they can interfere with each other, even with ________ methods enabled.
Selective callingQuik Call IContinuous Tone-Coded Squelch SystemSquelch

Question 3: [3] Coordination is overseen by the National Frequency Coordinators' Council (NFCC), a ________ organization that certifies regional coordinators.
Charity shopFoundation (non-profit)Non-profit organizationCharitable organization

Question 4: A few use a digital code system called DCS, DCG or DPL (a ________ trademark).
Caterpillar Inc.Sears Holdings CorporationBoeingMotorola

Question 5: ________ and AMSAT coordinated the release of SuitSat which was an attempt to make a low cost experimental satellite from a discarded Russian spacesuit outfitted with amateur radio equipment.
NASASpace explorationHuman spaceflightSpace Race

Question 6: In the UK, repeaters are managed by the Emerging Technology Co-ordination Committee (ETCC) of the Radio Society of Great Britain[5] and licenced by ________, the industry regulator for communications in the UK.
City University LondonCardiffUnited KingdomOfcom

Question 7: Services provided by a repeater may include an autopatch connection to a POTS/________ telephone line to allow users to make telephone calls from their keypad-equipped radios.
Integrated Services Digital NetworkTelephone exchangePublic switched telephone networkDigital Signal 1

Question 8: Many amateur radio repeaters typically have a tone access control (________, CG or PL tone) implemented to prevent them from being keyed-up (operated) accidentally by interference from other radio signals.
SquelchTone remoteSelective callingContinuous Tone-Coded Squelch System

Question 9: In ________, repeaters are typically maintained by individual hobbyists or local groups of amateur radio operators.
Citizens' band radioAmateur radio repeaterD-STARAmateur radio

Question 10: A typical SSTV repeater is equipped with a HF or VHF transceiver and a computer with a ________, which serves as a demodulator/modulator of SSTV signals.
Mouse (computing)Floppy diskSound cardMotherboard

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