FCC General


G0A – RF safety principles, rules, and guidelines; routine station evaluation

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G0A12  [1.1307(1)(b)(3)(i)(A)]

What stations are subject to the FCC rules on RF exposure?

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What precaution should be taken if you install an indoor transmitting antenna?

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What should be done if evaluation shows that a neighbor might experience more than the allowable limit of RF exposure from the main lobe of a directional antenna?

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What type of instrument can be used to accurately measure an RF field strength?

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G0A08  [97.13(c)(2)]

Which of the following steps must an amateur operator take to ensure compliance with RF safety regulations?

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What is the effect of modulation duty cycle on RF exposure?

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G0A06  [97.13(c)(2), 1.1307(1)(b)(3)(i)]

What must you do if your station fails to meet the FCC RF exposure exemption criteria?

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G0A05  [97.13(c)(2), 1.1307(b)]

What must you do if an evaluation of your station shows that the RF energy radiated by your station exceeds permissible limits for possible human absorption?

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What does “time averaging” mean when evaluating RF radiation exposure?

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G0A03  [97.13(c)(1)]

How can you determine that your station complies with FCC RF exposure regulations?

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Which of the following is used to determine RF exposure from a transmitted signal?

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What is one way that RF energy can affect human body tissue?

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