“Amateur Radio: On the ground, on the water and always on the air.”
Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. For prototyping, the Arduino platform gives you a lot of pre-wiring and free code libraries that will let you concentrate on testing your idea instead of spending your time building supporting circuitry or writing tons of low level code. Hook up a sensor to an actuator, create new combinations and play around. Learning to work with microcontrollers is sometimes a steep pathway, but Arduino leverages the power of those beasts. Using an Arduino to learn programming is like using Mac-Donald’s to learn cooking.
Our goals are to mentor students into becoming lifelong learners and in still a strong sense of accomplishment within each one of them.
There's no better way to get started with electronics than at JIT-Arduino Club for Young electronic engineering students.
The JIT-ARDUINO Club believes that, learning is a continuous process in one's life but an individual's learning should not be constrained with in one's walls but should be spread and shared. Here in JIT-ARDUINO, we sternly believe that we learn, practice, share and in the process we prosper.
To create Engineers with necessary skills and values for their career.
To transform students through a systematic teaching-learning process, providing skill development training, practical exposure during their period of club activities.
"Ideas come from individual's knowledge, and organizations take shape from teams-who share ideas."
About JIT-Amateur Radio Club:
Amateur Radio is the wonderful hobby of experimentation and fun in the area of electronic communication. Almost every Government around the world has allocated frequencies for Radio Amateurs to use. Amateurs are very, very skilled in operating in tough communicating conditions. Radio amateurs, often called “hams,” enjoy radio technology as a hobby. But it's also a service –a vital service that has saved lives when regular communication systems failed. We at JIT-Amateur Radio Club train students to learn Morse code which is the basic building block to become a Ham Radio Engineer or Operators and to serve the society and country in their needs.
"When all else fails... ...Amateur Radio works!"
Encouragement and improvement of the amateur service through hands on training which provide for advancing skills in both the communications and technical phases of the art of communicating.
To meet socially so as to advance the skills of Amateur Radio operators in preparation of applying technical and communications expertise for the good of our community.