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The General test has 35 randomly chosen questions from a pool of at least 350 questions.

G1Edit

The G1 section of the General test contains information on commission's rules.

G1AEdit

The G1A section covers General Class control operator frequency privileges; primary and secondary allocations.
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G1A01

On which of the following bands is a General Class license holder granted all amateur frequency privileges?
160, 60, 30, 17, 12, and 10 meters

G1A02

On which of the following bands is phone operation prohibited?
30 meters

G1A03

On which of the following bands is image transmission prohibited?
30 meters

G1A04

Which of the following amateur bands is restricted to communication on only specific channels, rather than frequency ranges?
60 meters

G1A05

Which of the following frequencies is in the General Class portion of the 40 meter band?
7.250 MHz

G1A06

Which of the following frequencies is in the 12 meter band?
24.940 MHz

G1A07

Which of the following frequencies is within the General Class portion of the 75 meter phone band?
3900 kHz

G1A08

Which of the following frequencies is within the General Class portion of the 20 meter phone band?
14305 kHz

G1A09

Which of the following frequencies is within the General Class portion of the 80 meter band?
3560 kHz

G1A10

Which of the following frequencies is within the General Class portion of the 15 meter band?
21300 kHz

G1A11

Which of the following frequencies is available to a control operator holding a General Class license?
28.020 MHz
28.350 MHz
28.550 MHz
All of these choices are correct

G1A12

When General Class licensees are not permitted to use the entire voice portion of a particular band, which portion of the voice segment is generally available to them?
The upper frequency end

G1A13

Which, if any, amateur band is shared with the Citizens Radio Service?
None
G1A14
G1A15

G1BEdit

The G1B section covers antenna structure limitations; good engineering and good amateur practice; beacon operation; restricted operation; retransmitting radio signals.
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G1CEdit

The G1C section covers transmitter power regulations; data emission standards.
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G1DEdit

The G1D section covers Volunteer Examiners and Volunteer Examiner Coordinators; temporary identification.
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G1EEdit

The G1E section covers control categories; repeater regulations; harmful interference; third party rules; ITU regions.
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G2Edit

The G2 section of the General test contains information on operating procedures.

G2AEdit

The G2A section covers phone operating procedures; USB/LSB utilization conventions; procedural signals; breaking into a QSO in progress; VOX operation.
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G2BEdit

The G2B section covers operating courtesy; band plans; emergencies, including drills and emergency communications.
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G2CEdit

The G2C section covers CW operating procedures and procedural signals; Q signals and common abbreviations: full break in.
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G2DEdit

The G2D section covers Amateur Auxiliary; minimizing interference; HF operations.
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G2EEdit

The G2E section covers digital operating: procedures, procedural signals and common abbreviations.
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G3Edit

The G3 section of the General test contains information on radio wave propagation.

G3AEdit

The G3A section covers sunspots and solar radiation; ionospheric disturbances; propagation forecasting and indices.
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G3BEdit

The G3B section covers Maximum Usable Frequency; Lowest Usable Frequency; propagation.
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G3CEdit

The G3C section covers ionospheric layers; critical angle and frequency; HF scatter; Near Vertical Incidence Sky waves.
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G4Edit

The G4 section of the General test contains information on amateur radio practices.

G4AEdit

The G4A section covers Station Operation and set up.
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G4BEdit

The G4B section covers test and monitoring equipment; two-tone test.
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G4CEdit

The G4C section covers interference with consumer electronics; grounding; DSP.
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G4DEdit

The G4D section covers speech processors; S meters; sideband operation near band edges.
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G4EEdit

The G4E section covers HF mobile radio installations; emergency and battery powered operation.
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G5Edit

The G5 section of the General test contains information on electrical principles.

G5AEdit

The G5A section covers reactance; inductance; capacitance; impedance; impedance matching.
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G5BEdit

The G5B section covers the Decibel; current and voltage dividers; electrical power calculations; sine wave root-mean-square (RMS) values; PEP calculations.
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G5CEdit

The G5C section covers resistors, capacitors, and inductors in series and parallel; transformers.
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G6Edit

The G6 section of the General test contains information on circuit components.

G6AEdit

The G6A section covers resistors; capacitors; inductors.
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G6BEdit

The G6B section covers rectifiers; solid state diodes and transistors; vacuum tubes; batteries.
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G6CEdit

The G6C section covers analog and digital integrated circuits (IC’s); microprocessors; memory; I/O devices; microwave IC’s (MMIC’s ); display devices.

G7Edit

The G7 section of the General test contains information on practical circuits.

G7AEdit

The G7A section covers power supplies; and schematic symbols.
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G7A01 G7A02 G7A03 G7A04 G7A05 G7A06 G7A07 G7A08

G7A09

G7-1
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Which symbol in Figure G7-1 represents a field effect transistor?
Symbol 1

G7A10

G7-1
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Which symbol in Figure G7-1 represents a Zener diode?
Symbol 5

G7A11

G7-1
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Which symbol in Figure G7-1 represents an NPN junction transistor?
Symbol 2

G7A12

G7-1
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Which symbol in Figure G7-1 represents a multiple-winding transformer?
Symbol 6

G7A13

G7-1
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Which symbol in Figure G7-1 represents a tapped inductor?
Symbol 7

G7BEdit

The G7B section covers digital circuits; amplifiers and oscillators.
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G7CEdit

The G7C section covers receivers and transmitters; filters, oscillators.
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G8Edit

The G8 section of the General test contains information on signals and emissions.

G8AEdit

The G8A section covers carriers and modulation: AM; FM; single and double sideband; modulation envelope; overmodulation.
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G8BEdit

The G8B section covers frequency mixing; multiplication; HF data communications; bandwidths of various modes; deviation.
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G9Edit

The G9 section of the General test contains information on antennas and feed lines.

G9AEdit

The G9A section covers Antenna feed lines: characteristic impedance, and attenuation; SWR calculation, measurement and effects; matching networks.
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G9BEdit

The G9B section covers basic antennas.
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G9CEdit

The G9C section covers directional antennas.

G9DEdit

The G9D section covers specialized antennas.
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G0Edit

The G0 section of the General test contains information on electrical and RF safety.

G0AEdit

The G0A section covers RF safety principles, rules and guidelines; routine station evaluation.
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G0BEdit

The G0B section covers safety in the ham shack: electrical shock and treatment, safety grounding, fusing, interlocks, wiring, antenna and tower safety.
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