Who is W7OSU?

We are an organization for OSU community members who are, or wish to become licensed amateur radio operators.  We especially welcome those who are interested in learning more about amateur radio!

What does W7OSU do?

We maintain a club station packed with cool ham radio gear, including a Kenwood TS-450S for HF and a Kenwood TM-V71 for VHF/UHF.  We have quite the QSL card collection, some of which is on display at the station.

We also maintain two repeaters: a VHF repeater on 147.160+ (PL 100Hz) located on Vineyard Mountain in McDonald Forest north of Corvallis, and a UHF repeater on 443.050+ (PL 100Hz) located on campus.

Where is W7OSU located?

The club station is in Snell Hall 229.

When does W7OSU meet?

We meet Mondays during the odd weeks of the term.  Our last meeting of Fall term 2017 will be on November 27th.  Meetings are at 1730 (5:30pm) in Snell Hall 229.

Bi-Weekly Net?

W7OSU hosts bi-weekly nets on our 2m repeater every other Sunday at 7:30 pm. Anyone is welcome to participate and check in as well as volunteer as net control. Our first net of winter term is Sunday January 7th.

How can W7OSU be contacted?

The best way to contact us is via email at w7osu@oregonstate.edu.  QSL cards can be sent to OSU Amateur Radio Club, 229 Snell Hall, Oregon State University, Corvallis OR 97331.