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Old 04-14-2012, 4:34 PM
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Question Radio Operations Center Software-W4PC

Anybody have any experience with the Radio Operations Center Software by W4PC.
Specifically the ROC Digital Desktop?

I only found 1 review on E-Ham, so looking for other info.
It's kind of spendy $$ so need more info.

Easy to use and setup?
Hows the support after the sale?
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Rex,
I wasn't aware of that program so tried to find examples of it, screen shots etc, it sounds like something that would be useful to me. No luck at all, just advertisements. I'm afraid I won't take a gamble on an unknown programs anymore, just too many other possibilities. If you should happen to find a user, or examples of what it looks like, I hope you post them.
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Old 04-15-2012, 9:36 AM
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Looks like you can download a free trial
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I have used it for several years to control my PK-232 MBX. The service is excellent. I lost my activation code when my computer crashed and they promptly sent it to me. It is money bery well spend in my opinion.

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I have one, can't complain, I use it on my AEA Controllers, does a good job, and the service is great. no complaints. Try the free trial good for 30 days I believe, but remember they are set up for a certain products, AEA, KAM etc.....
I run PACTOR on my unit, and it makes it easier to run.
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Thumbs up Radio Operations Center

Thanks to all that replied!
I went ahead and took the plunge and purchased the ROC for Kantronics last week and dabbled with it
this past weekend. It is pretty impressive, and I only used the VHF side, will have to try HF later on.
I had used Pacterm previously so alot of the commands are the same.
Its just going to take some time setting up the windows the way I want them.

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