[amsat-bb] Visually impaired satellite operators?

Don KB2YSI kb2ysi at gmail.com
Mon Feb 12 02:39:44 UTC 2018

Phil & anyone else,

I would be interesting on information on this as well. There is a fellow
club member that is interested in trying satellites. Of course I said that
I would help him to be best of my (limited) ability, so anything to help
make that more successful would be appreciated.

On Sat, Feb 10, 2018 at 8:37 PM, Philip Jenkins <n4hf.philip at gmail.com>

> One of the club members where I'm scheduled to do a satellite presentation
> has very little vision, but he is VERY interested in getting on the birds.
> I don't know yet if he's going to be interested in just the FM birds, or
> the linear ones as well. I haven't seen his shack yet, so not sure of what
> equipment (HF/VHF/UHF) he might already have. He did mention he has some
> Kenwood equipment; he implied that that company's radios are more
> user-friendly for the visually impaired.
> Is anyone on the BB aware of a current active satellite user who is vision
> impaired whom I might call on for advice - for radio/PC software & hardware
> -  when the time arises? I may drop a line to Handi-Hams too for their
> advice.
> Thanks
> Philip N4HF
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73, Don KB2YSI

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