Press Release: W4PC Software Announces Preview of ROC 5:
Erin Butler KJ4MFO
February 9, 2011
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Pensacola, FL, February 9, 2011: W4PC Software announced today that they will be demo the next release in the Radio Operations Center software link.
ROC 5 adds a Windows 7 style interface, access to DX and Web clusters, IRC #CQDX channel, QRZ XML database access, realtime grayline, integrated logbook, radio control, rotor and propagation windows in addition to the support of Kantronics and Timewave Packet and Multimode TNCs, MFJ Packet TNC’s and as separate products for the Alinco, Icom, Kenwood and Yaesu radios that only use the soundcard modes. ROC Version 5 will be available in both 32 and 64 bit versions.
Erin Butler, KJ4MFO, President of W4PC Software said, “Rick Ruhl, W4PC, has been focused on this update for quite a while. ROC's flexibility allows the user to run on everything from a DX-class dual monitor system to a portable netbook. The new interface is amazingly simple with new wizards to help configure TNCs, soundcards, radios and rotors. It will also include more soundcard modes, including Olivia and Winmor”
Those who are under current warranty with their previous software will get this version free when it is released, plus an additional 1 year of free support from the date of the new release. This offer also applies to anyone who purchases Radio Operations Center before ROC 5 is released. Current version that offer the free upgrade to version 5, when released, are on the W4PC Website at
W4PC Software will be in booth 97 at the Orlando Hamcation in Orlando Florida on the weekend of February 11-13th.
W4PC Software, the W4PC logo, Radio Operations Center, ROC, ROC Digital Desktop, EmComm Ops are trademarks of W4PC Software, Inc. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective holders. All rights reserved.
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