Goto Section: 13.203 | 13.209 | Table of Contents

FCC 13.207
Revised as of
Goto Year:1996 | 1998
Sec. 13.207  Preparing an examination.

    (a) Each telegraphy message and each written question set 
administered to an examinee for a commercial radio operator license must 
be provided by a COLEM.
    (b) Each question set administered to an examinee must utilize 
questions taken from the applicable Element question pool. The COLEM may 
obtain the written question sets from a supplier or other COLEM.
    (c) A telegraphy examination must consist of a plain language text 
or code group message sent in the international Morse code at no less 
than the prescribed speed for a minimum of five minutes. The message 
must contain each required telegraphy character at least once. No 
message known to the examinee may be administered in a telegraphy 
examination. Each five letters of the alphabet must be counted as

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one word or one code group. Each numeral, punctuation mark, and prosign 
must be counted as two letters of the alphabet. The COLEM may obtain the 
telegraphy message from a supplier or other COLEM.

Goto Section: 13.203 | 13.209

Goto Year: 1996 | 1998
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