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Stanford Amateur Radio Club

When: We meet the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM in Packard 202.

We're seeking new student members. You don't have to be licensed to join. We charge no dues for students, and offer training classes so you can get your own FCC license. Faculty, staff and alumni are also welcome as participants. New student members welcome

Do you want to see your name on a Stanford building? Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard were student members of the Stanford Amateur Radio Club. They're quoted as saying, "We learned more in the ham club than we did in our courses."

The radio club http://www-w6yx.stanford.edu/ offers unique opportunities for you to gain hands-on experience with radio/wireless equipment,
antennas and systems, under the guidance of experienced mentors. Our meetings feature talks about current technology directions in wireless.

The Stanford club history goes back to the dawn of shortwave radio in the 1920's. But it's not just the past: At Site 530 in the foothills we enjoy one of the best equipped amateur radio facilities among all universities.

The club is seeking new student members. You don't have to be licensed to join. We charge no dues for students, and offer training classes so you can get your own FCC license. Faculty, staff and alumni are also welcome as participants. We meet the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM in Packard 202.

Tonights meeting will focus on club introduction, upcoming public service events, report on past and upcoming contests, equipment status report, and donation reminder for non-students. There will then have a question and answer period before we take a short break and then begin a business meeting. The business meeting will focus on upcoming club constitutional changes and the yearly student officer elections.

Students, please join us. Faculty, please announce this in your classes.

Oct. 9, 7:30 PM in Packard 202
Map here:
http://campus-map.stanford.edu/index.cfm?ID=04-030

Posted to the EE list by:
Daniel Clark - W6YX President

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