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14. The primary purpose of the DHS common repeater and simplex channels is to establish interoperability among DHS components. A. TRUE B. FALSE
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User: 14. The primary purpose of the DHS common repeater and simplex channels is to establish interoperability among DHS components. A. TRUE B. FALSE

Weegy: The primary purpose of the DHS common repeater and simplex channels is to establish interoperability among DHS components. TRUE.
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User: 13. Using encryption significantly decreases the radio coverage range. A. TRUE B. FALSE

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Using encryption significantly decreases the radio coverage range. FALSE.
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Encryption should be disabled prior to using DHS common interoperability channels during an event.
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In the absence of available repeaters, which DHS common simplex channels can be used for short range communications interoperability among DHS components?
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Radios contain both simplex and repeater channels, and it is important to know which are which in order to select the most appropriate channel. TRUE.
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8. Which radio function is used to change between different groups of channels programmed into the radio? A. PTT switch B. Scan button C. Zone selector D. Accessory attachment
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The use of Encryption radio function is designed to protect radio transmissions from unauthorized reception.
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1. State and local agencies may also access Federal Interoperability Channels with the appropriate authorization. A. TRUE B. FALSE
Weegy: State and local agencies may also access Federal Interoperability Channels with the appropriate authorization. TRUE. User: 2. The ability to establish and sustain communications in support of day-to-day mission operations, is the definition of: A. Operability B. Support communications C. Interoperability D. Tactical communications Weegy: The ability to establish and sustain communications in support of day-to-day mission operations, is the definition of: Interoperability. User: 3. When using a repeater channel, a user must be within range or coverage area of an active repeater or radio transmissions will not be heard. A. TRUE B. FALSE (More)
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When using a repeater channel, a user must be within range or coverage area of an active repeater or radio transmissions will not be heard. TRUE.
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4. In order to effectively establish interoperable communications, everyone must be capable of communicating with everyone else A. TRUE B. FALSE
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In order to effectively establish interoperable communications, everyone must be capable of communicating with everyone else. TRUE.
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