I’m really frustrated by this type of question in the Canadian amateur radio Basic Qualification exam:
The correct answer, regarding third party traffic is D: that the countries have authorized such communications.
Choice B to me seems more logical, because there must be a place or register where those countries have given their consent or authorization. If it’s not registered with the ITU, where or how do countries give their authorization? To whom? More practically: how does an amateur radio operator look this up, since other questions in the bank deal with this as well?
I’m going it alone with my test study, so am bookmarking this as something to look into in more detail on my own later.
The above is even more confusing in light of this question:
So what you’re telling me is that countries register with the ITU when they object to ham traffic overall, but when they consent to third party traffic it’s just an “authorization” given out non-specifically, not to the ITU? That doesn’t make a lot of sense. Perhaps I will have to write to the ITU for clarification.
Again, how am I supposed to determine this?