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Subelement ZLG
Operating an Amateur Radio Station
Section ZLG23
General Operating Procedures
The correct order for callsigns in a callsign exchange at the start and end of a transmission is
  • Correct Answer
    the other callsign followed by your own callsign
  • your callsign followed by the other callsign
  • your own callsign, repeated twice
  • the other callsign, repeated twice
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The following phonetic code is correct for the callsign "ZL1AN"
  • zanzibar london one america norway
  • Correct Answer
    zulu lima one alpha november
  • zulu lima one able nancy
  • zulu lima one able niner
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The accepted way to call "CQ" with a SSB transceiver is
  • Correct Answer
    "CQ CQ CQ this is ZL1XXX ZL1XXX ZL1XXX"
  • "This is ZL1XXX calling CQ CQ CQ"
  • "CQ to anyone, CQ to anyone, I am ZL1XXX"
  • "CQ CQ CQ CQ CQ this is New Zealand"
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A signal report of "5 and 1" indicates
  • very low intelligibility but good signal strength
  • Correct Answer
    perfect intelligibility but very low signal strength
  • perfect intelligibility, high signal strength
  • medium intelligibilty and signal strength
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The correct phonetic code for the callsign VK5ZX is
  • victor kilowatt five zulu xray
  • Correct Answer
    victor kilo five zulu xray
  • victor kilo five zanzibar xray
  • victoria kilo five zulu xray
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The accepted way to announce that you are listening to a VHF repeater is
  • "hello 6695, this is ZL2ZZZ listening"
  • "calling 6695, 6695, 6695 from ZL2ZZZ"
  • "6695 from ZL2ZZZ"
  • Correct Answer
    "ZL2ZZZ listening on 6695"
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A rare DX station calling CQ on CW and repeating "up 2" at the end of the call means the station
  • Correct Answer
    will be listening for replies 2 kHz higher in frequency
  • will reply only to stations sending at greater than 20 wpm
  • is about to shift his calling frequency 2 kHz higher
  • will wait more than 2 seconds before replying to his call
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When conversing via a VHF or UHF repeater you should pause between overs for about
  • half a second
  • Correct Answer
    3 seconds
  • 30 seconds
  • several minutes
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Before calling CQ on the HF bands, you should
  • Correct Answer
    listen first, then ask if the frequency is in use
  • request that other operators clear the frequency
  • request a signal report from any station listening
  • use a frequency where many stations are already calling
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The phrase "you are fully quieting the repeater" means
  • your signal is too weak for the repeater to reproduce correctly
  • Correct Answer
    your signal into the repeater is strong enough to be noise-free on the output frequency
  • your modulation level is too low
  • you are speaking too quietly into the microphone.
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