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We are very excited to build the next generation of Amateur Radio.We are very blessed to have a brand new state of the art HAM Shack.
We look forward to meeting, learning, and working with each and every one of you. Weather you are interesting in emergency communications,
experiments or whatever it is, come visit with us. We have many different types of events and could use your help and ideas.
We have many goals and many activities. We can use all the activity and help that we can get. We are holding campus wide nets and building inter-campus nets, with schools like BYU-H, and BYU. There is much to do and to learn, if you have an idea come and share it.
Scheduled Events include:
BYU-Idaho Simplex Net, Wed, Dec 4th, 6:30pm 145.410Mhz, or KBYI-R Echolink node
License Exam on Campus Dec. 5th, 7pm, Austin 214 -See Flyer
Wednesday Society Meeting (12/11/2013), 5:30pm, Austin 208 (Time may change)
Please email Cody with any questions.
As always Please bring your handheld radios
Thursday 2pm, open shack time Austin 302/208 -See calender for specific week
If you are interested in Amateur Radio, or have your license please get us your contact information so we can include you, please use the link below.
President: Cody Marshall
President Email: email@example.com
President Call Sign: KF7VHP
Vice-President: Tyler Southam
Vice-President Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-President Call Sign: KE7RGB
Advertising: Connor Ames
Advertising Email: email@example.com
Advertising Call Sign: KI6JKE
Faculty Advisor: Peter Stilling
Faculty Advisor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty Advisor Call Sign: KF7WIP
Station Trustee: Rex Fisher
Station Trustee Email: email@example.com
Station Trustee Call Sign: K7RXF
Station Call Sign: K7BYI
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Last updated 10/31/2013 By CM