The Brigham Young University Amateur Radio Club is a place to learn and practice radio operating skills and to use those skills to serve the community. Come here to learn more about the Amateur Radio (or “ham radio”) hobby, build something cool during a build night, help out at a service opportunity, participate in a contest, or study for your own Amatuer Radio license.
During the school year, the club meets every Tuesday evening at 7:00 PM in room 3280 of the Wilkinson Student Center. Visitors are welcome! In addition to club meetings, a weekly net is held on the air every Thursday night at 9:00 PM on the club’s two meter repeater.
Activities and Service
Weekly club activities include
- Build nights
- Hidden transmitter hunts
The club often volunteers to provide communications for campus and community events such as
- Hike and Light the Y
- The Homecoming Parade
- The Rex Lee Run
Link to Google Doc to sign up to help with upcoming activities: Signup Sheet
- Come to a club meeting
- Join the BYU Amateur Radio Club Facebook group
- If you’re already a licensed Amateur Radio operator, check in to a net, held every Thursday at 9:00 PM
- Join the club! Members can use the club’s HF, satellite, mobile, and other on-campus equipment. Visit the club’s BYUSA profile page for a link to pay dues