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Cal Poly Pomona
Cal Poly Pomona Amateur Radio Club
K6CPP

What is an Amateur?  

Amateur Radio is about configuring, building, using or tapping into almost anything wireless. There is a complete Amateur Radio world out there waiting to be used used for your ME, EE or aerospace related projects.  

Amateur Radio is a licensed service that is used for the communication of voice and/or data. The communications can be local as in Wi-Fi or global as in short wave. It can be telemetry from a special project or a voice message from a friend on the other side of the state. The communications signal could be analog or digital. One could use a custom data networks, access the global data network or communicate directly using a wide variety of protocols.  

The options are almost limitless.  

Not Licensed, we can help with that too.  

Our current projects include transmitting and receiving telemetry using Raspberry PIs and Arduinos. There is also a UHF repeater that is open to all students on campus.  

Contact us if you are interested in computer networking, Wi-Fi , electronics, remote control, telemetry, software development and satellite communications
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Radio Tower CPPARC FAQ
CPPARC Resource Page
CPPARC CW (Morse Code) Page

Glen Shiery (AF6Z)
Cal Poly Pomona
3801 W. Temple
Pomona, CA 91768
grshiery@cpp.edu