About WWI

The club was founded in October, 1972 as Woodbridge Wireless Society and incorporated in October, 1975. From a modest beginning of about 30 members, WWI has grown to over 200 members. Members’ interests run the gamut of amateur radio endeavors: DX, contests, emergency communications, satellite communications, packet, education, amateur TV, and repeaters to name a few. The club actively participates in local functions by providing communications for various foot races, crew races, and parades. Our biggest club activity is Field Day, sponsored by the ARRL the last full weekend of June. We have scored in the top 10 nationally for the last ten years: 2nd place in 1997, 2000-2002.

Membership in the Corporation is open to individuals interested in wireless communication.
There are two classes of membership:

Full Membership – for those who desire to actively support the purpose of this Corporation with their time, talent, and participation; and

Associate Membership – for those who support the purposes of the Corporation but cannot actively participate. Associate members have all rights and privileges except the rights to vote and hold office.