N9GTC

Gateway Technical College Amateur Radio Club
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  Welcome to our Amateur Radio Club web site.  

On July 12th, 2011 Gateway Technical College celebrated 100 years. In honor of being the oldest 2 year technical college in Wisconsin, the student ARC N9GTC operated a special event station 1400Z July 12 - 0200Z July 13, 2011.  Special commemorative certificates will be issued to all contacts that send us an SASE.

The purpose of our amateur radio club at Gateway Technical College is:

  • To serve the community however possible in the event of a communications emergency.
     
  • To provide a means for our students to exchange ideas with other amateur radio operators around the world.
     
  • To provide students with support for their technical, educational, experimental, and other Amateur Radio activities.
     
  • To educate students and interested parties regarding the uses and responsibilities of Amateur Radio.
     
  • To incorporate amateur radio into the classroom.
 

 

QSL Information

N9GTC Amateur Radio Club
Gateway Technical College
2320 Renaissance Blvd.
Sturtevant, WI.  53177   U.S.A.

Club Email:  n9gtc@wi.rr.com

We also QSL via eQSl and LOTW

Direct (SASE Please)

  Gateway Technical College is located in SE Wisconsin.  Our club station is located at one of Gateway's four Advanced Technology Centers.  The club is open to all Gateway students in good standing.  Faculty, administration, and alumni may join as Associate members. 

The Center for Advanced Technology and Innovation (CATI - pronounced cat - eye) is home to all of the Engineering Technology programs offered at Gateway Technical College.

Located in Racine County

I.T.U. Region  08
C.Q. Zone   04
Grid Square: EN62

Latitude:  42
Longitude 87

 

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On July 8th, 2008 The ARRL awarded the N9GTC club the Progress Grant.  The grant was used to purchase study materiel for the club members.  The students and faculty of the N9GTC amateur radio club would like to sincerely thank  the American Radio Relay League.

Station Trustee & Webmaster
Pat Hoppe  WW9R         
Last Updated: 07/16/2009