Amateur Radio Club at UCSD (KK6UC)

Pre-Professional Category


Academic Year
2020
Purpose
The purpose of the Amateur Radio Club at UCSD, licensed through the Federal Communications Commission (F.C.C.) as KK6UC and officially affiliated with the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), is to provide UCSD students and staff with tools and opportunities to explore and enjoy the hobby of amateur radio. KK6UC is a member-focused club that can host licensing classes, teach different modes of radio, participate in contests, collaborate with other amateur radio organizations, and perform general experimental wireless communications. The club was founded on campus as WA6DOT (later KI6FTQ) in fall 1965 by Michael C. Ransom WB6KMH (now AI6II) and run for many years by Brian Kantor WB6CYT. The club recently completed the 25-foot tall Gap Titan HF antenna atop Atkinson Hall for its new HF station, greatly adding to its on-campus RF capabilities.
Created
11/8/2020
Status

Current

Organization Type
Undergraduate
Organization Email
kk6uc@ucsd.edu
Social Media
kk6uc
Amateur Radio Club at UCSD (KK6UC) Principal Members
Organization Constitution

CSI Advisor

Jenny Kressel 
Jenny Kressel
Student Organizations Advisor and Program Manager
To get involved and learn more about this student organization please contact the Principal Members above by email directly.

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