Still he has little interest in getting his license. I have the lap-top, cell phone and Iphone he said. Why do I need more? he asked. Maybe one day.
This article came to me through an e-mail. I wonder how many colleges have Amateur Radio Stations? 73
Calling CQ: ASU's hams are back on the air
by Judith Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org
KC7MOD is Nicholas Radtke, president of W7ASU – ASU’s Amateur Radio Society – and AC7FL is Stuart Lindsay, Regents’ Professor of Biophysics, who is the club’s faculty adviser.
ASU’s “hams” are sharing good news these days with their fellow radio buffs around the world: For the first time in many years, the club has a permanent home.
W7ASU dates back to the 1930s, and actually is one of ASU’s oldest student clubs, said Radtke, a doctoral candidate in computer science. “There was a station on campus, with some breaks, until about 15 years ago. The club’s ‘shack’ was in the old Technology Building, which is now Psychology North, with two towers and multiple antennas on top of the building."