The Courage Handi-Ham System provides tools for people with disabilities to learn amateur radio and technology skills, and to earn their amateur radio licenses. Amateur radio and technology for people with disabilities. Worldwide services managed from Minnesota, USA.
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I invite you to participate by adding a link to an amateur radio website that you consider to have valuable information or just cool photos. Feel free to rate links honestly. And, please, if you find a link that's not working, send me an email.
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eHam.net Vision Statement
To build the largest and most complete Amateur Radio community site on the Internet - a "portal" that hams think of as the first place to go for information, to exchange ideas, and be part of what’s happening with ham radio on the Internet. eHam.net provides recognition and enjoyment to the people who use, contribute, and build the site.
This project involves a management team of volunteers who each take a topic of interest and manage it with passion. The site will stand above all other ham radio sites by employing the latest technology and professional design/programming standards, developed by a team of community programmers who contribute their skills to the effort. The site will be something of which everyone involved can be proud to say they were a part.