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Welcome to the W5AC Home Page. W5AC is the Texas A&M University Amateur or "Ham" Radio Club. This club, founded in 1912, is one of the oldest university radio clubs in existence.
Interested in joining the club or learning more about amateur radio? Check out the Frequently Asked Questions, or other items on the list at left. Feel free to send e-mail to the club about any other questions that you might have.
Check in to our net each Monday night at 8PM during the Fall and Spring school semesters, on our 146.82 repeater!
Thanks to Tom (W5XTT), the new edition of our newsletter is now available! Please click --here-- to take a look.
The class will be held on Saturday, April 16th. Please click this link for detailed information. Thanks and Gig'em! Click --here-- for detailed information.
Please visit our Meeting Minutes page to access our meeting minutes.
We earned a total score of 428,544, the first place in College/University Category. A fantastic accomplishment! Thanks again for those who participated. For details, please visit ARRL's website
We did very well in this contest. Thanks for everyone who participated.
Howdy! Here are some information that you might want to learn about.
Please sign up for School Club Round Up! Doodle Pool
Recent Meeting Minutes
Howdy! Here are the question pools for new members who would like to get an amateur radio license and a call sign. Technician Class Exam will be the first exam for beginners. If you can memorize all the questions in the question pool, it would be very easy to pass the exam. Send us an email when you are ready. We will arrange a test for you. Good luck!
Technician Class Question Pool Must pass this exam before taking other two.
General Class Question Pool For those who passed Technician Class Exam.
Extra Class Question Pool For those who passed General Class Exam.
It is possible that you can pass all three exams in one day with only $15 (non refundable exam fee), however, only few elites have done that. Therefore, it is recommended to start with Technician Class first and see how it goes for you. For more information regarding the license exam, please click here
Thanks and Gig'em!
Thanks to Marty & Dave's hard work, THE FORCE 12 ANTENNA IS FINALLY UP ON THE TOWER!!!
2m/440m vertical at top; all 6 bands work perfectly a 2:1 SWR.
First Raising of Force 12 Antenna at W5AC - July 3, 2015:
Zoomed Detail of Force 12 and VHF on W5AC Tower:
Marty W5MHN (L) and Dave W5QZ (R) at the base of the W5AC Force 12 Antenna just after First Raising - July 3, 2015:
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