Who are we?

Polyteknisk Radiogruppe (The Polytechnic Radio Group, PRG) was founded in the early 1940’s as a meeting place for radio amateurs. With time, the focus gradually expanded to include home made audio equipment (amplifiers and speakers) – quite popular during the 80’s – as well as general electronics and computer related tasks. These days most members play around with analog and digital electronics, ranging from microcontrollers (Arduino or pure AVR/PIC) to programmable logic such as FPGAs.

We still have radio active members and an antenna on the roof of building 101.

We have just under 40 members coming and going at all days of the week. We mainly cater to students at DTU or those that have already graduated, but everyone is welcome to join. We meet weekly on tuesdays, so if you’re curious and want to see what’s going on, stop by tuesday evening.


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PRG launch his new website

We are launching a new website with updated information about our radiogrouppe. PRG is a club for all DTU students interested in HAM radio communication and electronics.
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