This is the Canadian Flight Trainers ROC A Practice Examination for the issuance if a Radio operator’s certificate – aeronautical. It has been adapted our on staff examiners from real ROC-A Exams for potential students. The questions have been changed from the original and official examinations.
The exam is multiple choice, 25 questions, and has a pass mark of 70%.
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The penalty for an individual knowingly transmitting a false distress is:
Which of these could be the call sign of an aircraft station:
The Restricted Radiotelephone Operators Certificate is obtained by:
The call sign used to identify a land station is
In case of distress, who controls communications?
When working in different time zones, pilots and drone operators should use _____ while dispatchers should use _______.
During a radio check, a base station indicates a readability of 1. What does this mean?
The order of priority for transmission in the aeronautical service is
The international VHF distress frequency is
Radio equipment eligible for licensing in Canada must be:
What does the word MAYDAY indicate?
A pilot wants to order a pizza over the radio and wants olives on their pizza. The ground operator is having trouble understanding the pilots request, so the pilot decides to spell the word olives. How would they do that using the phonetic alphabet?
While ordering a pizza, the pilot has the passengers constantly yelling at them in the background with their order, while talking on the radio. Someone wants a cola then changes their mind to an iced tea. To indicate an error has been made, the pilot would say:
A pilot orders a pizza over the radio (true story). The pilot wishes to know when the pizza will arrive. The ground operator wants to tell the pilot it will arrive at 9:30 AM local. To say this on the radio, the ground operator will say
The pilot wants to acknowledge that they heard the arrival time of the pizza. What word or expression would they use to indicate they have heard and understood the arrival time of the pizza?
The ground controller is having a hard time taking the pilot’s pizza order request. They ask the pilot to “say again.” This means
The proper method to acknowledge the receipt of a distress message from aircraft C-FADA is: (assuming your station is C-FBRD)
Who issues Radio Station licenses in Canada?
What is an ELT?
Before talking on the radio, you should
Which of the following expressions follows proper radiotelephone procedures?
The frequency 121.9 MHz would be spoke:
Any person having become aware of a radio communication transmitted other than by a broadcasting station or an amateur station is bound by the provisions of the Radiocommunication Act to:
Call signs should be sent
When cancelling a distress signal, the message is addressed to