Over the past 100 years, Missouri S&T and higher education in general has changed in countless ways, but one aspect of S&T that has remained constant is the presence of an amateur radio club.
The Missouri S&T Amateur Radio Club, call sign W0EEE, will celebrate the 100th anniversary of its founding on Saturday, April 15. The public is invited to attend an open house 2-5 p.m. in the club’s radio shack located in Emerson Hall.Read More »
The Aug. 21 solar eclipse across the United States promises to provide not only a rare visual experience for Americans, but also a rare listening experience for amateur radio operators interested in how the eclipse might affect radio waves in the atmosphere. And members of the Amateur Radio Club at Missouri S&T plan to tune in […]Read More »