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Question 1: 144–148 MHz: ________ band 2 Meters
Citizens' band radioAmateur radioAmateur radio repeaterD-STAR

Question 2: For example, a 50 watt Amateur FM transmitter at 146 MHz can talk from Chicago, to Joplin, Missouri, directly, and to ________, through a repeater.
Austin, TexasFort Worth, TexasSan AntonioDallas

Question 3: Frequencies immediately below VHF are denoted High frequency (HF), and the next higher frequencies are known as ________ (UHF).
Ultra high frequencyMicrowaveVery high frequencyL band

Question 4:
What is the frequency of Very high frequency?
103.5 FM
91.3
30 to 300 MHz
101.7 FM

Question 5: For example, KMID (TV Channel 2; 54–60 MHz) from Midland, Texas was seen around ________, pushing out Chicago's WBBM-TV.
Burr Ridge, IllinoisChicagoBlue Island, IllinoisElmhurst, Illinois

Question 6: A couple of notable examples were NBN Newcastle, WIN-4 Wollongong and ABC ________ on channel 5A.
Austinmer, New South WalesAlbion Park, New South WalesIllawarraThirroul, New South Wales

Question 7: In ________, the four main Free-to-Air TV stations still use the VHF Television bands (Band I and Band III) to transmit their programmes to New Zealand households.
NauruAustraliaUnited KingdomNew Zealand

Question 8: See ________
NTSCUltra high frequencyNorth American broadcast television frequenciesTelevision channel frequencies

Question 9: 222–225 MHz: ________ (US) (Canada 219-220, 222-225 MHz) Amateur radio
33-centimeter band1.25-meter bandAmateur radio repeater2-meter band

Question 10: 87.5-87.9 MHz is a radio frequency which, in most of the world, is used for ________.
FM broadcastingTV and FM DXHD RadioMedium wave







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