About Us

The Amateur Radio Club of UNC Charlotte is a student interest group whose purposes are to provide the local community with emergency communications, educate students and faculty/staff in becoming amateur radio operators and to foster fellowship within the amateur radio community. This is registered student organization on the campus of UNC Charlotte, and it is a fledgling group.



We have a repeater on the roof of the library broadcasting with a positive offset of 5MHz on a Frequency of 442.6500MHz, it has a tone access of 88.5 and an outbound tone of 88.5. We stress that you must be an FCC Licensed Operator (or hold a compareable authorization) to access our repeater


We meet daily on the repeater. No license? Email [email protected]


The easiest way to contact us is though the repeater, you can also contact us by emailing [email protected]

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Amatuer Radio

Amatuer Radio is a hobby that is enjoyed across the nation and the world, one of the primary purposes of Amatuer Radio is emergency preparedness. In the event of a natural disaster often the only avaliable form of communication is via radio, Amatuer Radio Operators assist in this by providing nessecary communications as a public service.

How do I get involved?

The easiest way to get involved with our club is to come to a meeting! If you cannot make our regular meetings you can also send an email to [email protected] or contact us though our repeater.

How can I get my license?

Getting your license is realitvely streaightforward and often times the easiest method is to memorize the test questions. Our favoite practice exam is located here For assitance with studying or recomendations you can contact the club and we will be happy to assist!

When all else fails...Amateur Radio