Welcome to our wiki!
This is the wiki page of the Clarkson University Amateur Radio Club, K2CC. K2CC is made up of a diverse group of students, faculty, and other members of the Potsdam community with interests in ham radio, electronics, computers, and community service. We welcome anyone to attend our meetings and join our club.
Our meetings are at 8:00 PM on Mondays in the basement of Graham Hall, room 007.
Join our mailing list to receive reminders of meetings and other K2CC events and projects.
For avid social networkers, you can also connect with K2CC by joining our K2CC Facebook Group. Do not expect updates via our Facebook Group---for those, you should sign up for our e-mail mailing list.
Scholarships are available to Clarkson Students who are interested in Amateur Radio. The deadline for applications to be postmarked is February 1.
VE Sessions (FCC Amateur Radio License Testing)
The dates and locations for this year's VE sessions are:
- Saturday, 28 October 2017, TAC 206
- Saturday, 2 December 2017, Location TBD
- Saturday, 20 January 2018, TAC 206
- Saturday, 14 April 2018, TAC 206
- Saturday, 21 July 2018, Location TBD
Exams are held on the Clarkson hill campus and start at 9:30am. Please arrive a few minutes early. Bring Photo ID and $15 testing fee. If upgrading bring photo copy of license and CSCE (If applicable, Original CSCE must be present). Photo copies will be retained by the Exam Coordinator.
Areas of Interest
Info about the club
Info about amateur radio in general
Info about our clubhouse
What people are up to
Community Radio SPEED Team
This website is a fully editable wiki. We encourage all K2CC members, past and present, to register and contribute. When registering we prefer that use your government issued call sign typed using all capital letters and no additional text, punctuation, spaces, underscores or prosigns. If you are a member of K2CC and would like editing privileges, please ask one of our active members to upgrade your account. To register or log in click HERE.
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