For Blind and Vision-Impaired
Ham Radio Operators

 

   This HamRadioAndVision Web site has practical information for blind and vision-impaired amateur radio operators. Subjects include accessible transceivers, speech synthesizers, D-STAR, VOIP, digital modes, rig monitoring, radio programming, power/SWR meters, and how to make a ham station computer more accessible.

   The articles on this site are grouped in 12 sections. Click on the section name below to go to a page that lists the articles in that group.


Web-Site Contents

          1. Advances in Usability

          2. Speech Synthesizers for Transceivers

          3. Rig Monitoring

          4. Software-Defined Radio

          5. CW and DXing

          6. HF Digital Radio

          7. D-STAR and VOIP

          8. Programming Tools for Radios

          9. Meters

         10. Transceiver Multi-Meters

         11. Small Transmitting Loop Antennas

         12. Ham Station Computer

 

        Resources:

          Active-Elements.org
          HandiHams
          Handbooks in PDF format
          Linux Programs on HamRadioAndVision.com
          Mac OS X Programs on HamRadioAndVision.com

Author Information

   Peter DeNeef, AE7PD, is an Extra Class amateur radio operator in the U.S. This Web site has no ads or conflicts of interest.

rev. 8/22/2016