Georgia Tech

Alumni Amateur Radio Club


The Georgia Tech Alumni Amateur Radio Club is an association of Georgia Tech Alumni, faculty, staff and friends of Georgia Tech with the purpose of supporting amateur radio at Georgia Tech and preserving its rich history.

Click here to go to the student Georgia Tech Amateur Radio Club website.


Georgia Tech Alumni Amateur Radio Club

Pictures of alumni at W4AQL. Clockwise top left: W4AQL circa 1938, 1985 during Mexico City Earthquake operation and 1990 Phone Sweepstakes.

Georgia Tech Radio Club callsigns through the years...
4XG - 4YA - 4AV - W4AV - W4YA - W4AQL

W4AQL Tentative National Champions!

Preliminary results of the Collegiate Championship that occurred concurrently with the January NA QSO Party have W4AQL as the national champion. W4AQL, with KJ4IQA and W8YZH as operators, was in a battle with Cal Poly throughout the contest with Cal Poly taking a lead. W4AQL took the lead at sunset east coast time when they moved to 40M but soon lost it to Cal Poly. But W4AQL was able to catch and pass Cal Poly


The Georgia Tech Radio Club is ordering shirts.

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Georgia Tech Radio Club Shirts