Popular search terms:
The Amateur Radio Society is the home on campus for a wide variety of radio activities. Amateur radio is a popular technical hobby and volunteer public service that uses designated radio frequencies for non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, and emergency communications. Radio amateurs are able to transmit radio signals on a number of frequency bands allocated specifically to the radio amateurs by Ofcom and international treaties.
Radio amateurs make use of their frequencies in a number of ways:
The Cardiff University Amateur Radio Society is open to anyone with an interest in amateur radio. We meet weekly during the school year and offer regular amateur radio licensing exam sessions on campus for the Cardiff University community and the general public. We do not yet have a dedicated radio shack so tend towards portable operation and lab activities.
Interested in joining us? Come along to a club meeting or another club event, such as a “get-on-the-air” night or a workshop session. If you don’t have your own radio equipment, you can borrow ours.
Please log in to view the committee.