NRAO Program Looking for Students 18-20 Years Old to Learn About the Electromagnetic Spectrum

The National Radio Astronomy Observatory program aims to engage BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ students in amateur radio as a gateway to understanding the electromagnetic spectrum. - May 02, 2023

Ria Jairam, N2RJ, Joins ARDC Board

On April 3, 2023, Ria Jairam, N2RJ, joined the board of directors of Amateur Radio Digital Communications (ARDC). Jairam has been a licensed amateur radio operator since 1997, after first having been licensed in her native Trinidad and Tobago. She has served on the boards of the American Radio... - April 09, 2023

FreeDV Aims to Bring Open-Source HF Digital Voice Into the Mainstream

ARDC grant will fund development, documentation, and promotion of this important open-source amateur radio technology. - March 09, 2023

Museum of Information Explosion to Feature Amateur Radio Station

$16,000 grant from ARDC will fund a modern amateur radio station for the museum that will feature digital technology. - December 03, 2022

ARRL New England Division to Combat RFI

An ARDC grant will provide teams in each of the ARRL’s New England sections with the equipment they need to find and eliminate radio frequency interference. - November 18, 2022

Hampton University Scholarships to Provide Opportunities for STEM Students Using Amateur Radio

ARDC grant will provide scholarships to four Hampton students for one full academic year and assist with associated costs. - August 11, 2022

NRAO Program Designed to Educate Emerging Generation of Scientists Using Amateur Radio

The National Radio Astronomy Observatory program aims to engage BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ students in amateur radio as a gateway to understanding the electromagnetic spectrum. - August 10, 2022

Sangamon Valley Radio Club to Sponsor Radio Orienteering Activities

ARDC grant will allow the club to introduce youth, outdoors enthusiasts, and members of the public to amateur radio. - August 04, 2022

Jasmine and José Build a Radio Introduces School-Age Kids to the Science of Radio

ARDC grant will fund publication of a book, kits for 2,240 students, and a field trip for fourth-graders. - June 19, 2022

GNU Radio Aims to Improve Accessibility and Usability

ARDC grant will help make GNU Radio easier to use on Windows and improve the graphical user interface GNU Radio Companion. - June 19, 2022

Student Project Enables Hams to Experiment in the 33 cm Band

ARDC grant enables Bradley University students to develop an open-source, 915 MHz digital transceiver system. - June 18, 2022

ARRL Foundation to Create Club Grants Program

ARDC grant will allow the ARRL Foundation to give up to $25,000 to amateur radio clubs. - January 13, 2022

Society of Women Engineers Expands Scholarship Program

ARDC grant will fund scholarships and programs designed to help women succeed in engineering. - November 24, 2021

Virgin Island Amateur Radio Group Bolsters Repeater Infrastructure in the Territory

ARDC grant will enable the group to purchase backup repeaters, improve repeater coverage, and train and outfit new hams. - November 21, 2021

Haiti International Friendship ARC to Set Up Emergency Communications Network

ARDC grant will enable the club to set up HF stations to provide emergency communications to remote areas cut off by the August 2021 earthquake. - November 20, 2021

Oregon HamWAN to Expand Digital Communications Network

Project will enhance amateur radio digital and emergency communications capabilities between Portland and Salem, Oregon. - October 16, 2021

Santa Barbara Amateur Radio Station to Enable Visitors to Discover California’s Unique Coastal Ecosystems

Amateur radio station, K6TZ, will offer visitors a glimpse of island life using remotely-operated webcams and other remote sensing technologies. - October 10, 2021

Los Angeles Hams Upgrade Emergency Communications Capabilities with ARDC Grant

Equipment purchase allows the group to more quickly pinpoint sources of radio frequency interference (RFI) that could hamper emergency communications. - October 05, 2021

ARDC Helps High School Computer Science Students Become Makers

Computer science AP class uses microcontrollers and sensors to develop hands-on projects that teach computer concepts. - October 02, 2021

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