Welcome to the Electronics Club at The Ohio State University. Our organization is committed to fostering interest in the field of electronics. The club has its own workspace equipped with oscilloscopes, signal generators, rudimentary tools, and components which are accessible to members. We also allot storage space to members for their personal projects. If students would like to work on their projects, ask questions or just hangout in our club room, attend our office hours or email email@example.com. The club hosts workshops every other week to provide hands-on opportunities and experience in numerous technologies and standards. Our meetings are a great way to learn about practical electronics and are appropriate for all experience levels; we encourage you to stop by!
This semester, the club will have workshops for: audio amplification, radio frequency applications, shift registers, printed circuit board design software, serial communications, microcontrollers, theremins, soldering, and more.
Electronics Club is easy to join, not to mention free. Subscribe to our mailing list (top right corner of the page) and attend our next meeting. If you would like to rent tools, take components for projects, or work on projects in the club room, attend our office hours. Members who are interested are encouraged to take on a leadership role, granting 24/7 lab room access.
Our club room is located in the basement of Caldwell Laboratory, room 078.
To find the room, enter through the main entrance of Caldwell. Proceed through the hallway until you reach the first staircaise on your right. Walk down the stairs and enter through the large doors that have a sign for the Electronics Club and CHPPE's High Voltage lab. Continue straight through this door, up the small set of stairs and to the right. Our room is the second door from the left, (right of the big red door) room 078.