Welcome to the Northeastern University Wireless Club!
Founded in 1922, we’re the oldest still running club on campus. Originally founded as Northeastern’s amateur radio club, we now also function as a general makerspace and work to provide opportunities for people to explore topics related to electrical engineering. Here’s some of the great services our club provides:
- Weekly meetings (Thursdays 6pm, 503 Hayden)
- A club space, which can be accessed by dues-paying members 24/7
- Workshops throughout the semester, featuring a variety of technical topics
- Study sessions and outings for amateur radio certification
- STEM outreach events
To see more info about the club, past workshop materials, and more, see our public google drive HERE
See some of our Global Contacts below!
Info For Ham Radio Users:
Output Frequency: 145.31 MHz
Offset: -0.6 MHz
CTCSS (PL) Tone: 123.0 Hz