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Question 1: In ________, FRS frequencies are used for fire brigade communications and this sometimes causes problems when FRS equipment is imported from the U.S.
EnglandGreat BritainScotlandUnited Kingdom

Question 2: Dual-mode GMRS/FRS equipment is also approved in ________ and most South American countries.
East TimorMozambiqueBrazilPortugal

Question 3: Channel 2 is typically used by ________ groups when trying to connect with other geocachers.
GeocachingEcotourismBackpacking (wilderness)Hiking

Question 4: The use of duplex ________ and interconnects to the telephone network are prohibited under FRS rules, unlike GMRS which allows repeaters, and unlike the Amateur Radio Service.
Citizens' band radioRadio repeaterBase stationBusiness band

Question 5: A service similar to the American-style FRS in Hong Kong, Macau, and ________ is also approved by respective organizations for legal license-free operation, with the name of "Public Radio Service".
ChinaTime in ChinaProvince (China)Religion in China

Question 6: Channels 1 to 7 are shared with low-power interstitial channels of GMRS, the ________.
Amateur radioMarine VHF radioGeneral Mobile Radio ServiceFamily Radio Service

Question 7: American-standard FRS radios have been approved for use in ________ since April 2000.
BarbadosUnited KingdomCanadaUnited States

Question 8: FRS uses frequency modulation (FM) instead of ________ (AM).
Single-sideband modulationAmplitude modulationFrequency-shift keyingContinuous wave

Question 9: The ________ (ACMA) also allocated a band near 434 MHz for low-powered devices with low potential for interference to other users of the band.
CanberraAustralian Communications and Media AuthorityMelbourneAustralian Broadcasting Corporation

Question 10: In ________, a similar service is limited to 10 millwatts in the 420, 421, and 422 MHz bands.
CambodiaCanadaUnited KingdomJapan


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