NU Wireless Club
The Northeastern Wireless club is a team of individuals geared toward helping students learn more about electronics and pursue their interests in amateur radio.
The Northeastern Wireless club is a team of individuals geared toward helping students learn more about electronics and pursue their interests in amateur radio. We help students learn more about electronics through actual circuit design and debugging. Students from all disciplines can meet to work on projects and learn electronics through hands-on application. The club features a members exclusive lab space and a full amateur radio station. The Wireless Club exists to foster a spirit of technological exploration with a primary emphasis on electronics and computer technology. Lab space and equipment allows students to tinker, experiment, build, and learn on their own in an unstructured way.
Student Organization Advisors
Integrated circuits, solid state devices
Design of analog, radio frequency, and mixed-signal integrated circuits; built-in test and calibration techniques for systems-on-a-chip; on-chip temperature sensors for thermal monitoring and built-in testing; integrated circuits for medical applications
Subsurface sensing and imaging systems, detection of explosives-related anomalies, engineered system development and engineering leadership