Advanced Wireless Data Solutions

WinA4P Radio Modem Configuration Software

WinA4P is a Windows based software program for the local configuration of RF DataTech radio modems.

It is currently suitable for the configuration of ART, SRT, URT, XRT & ZRT radio modem products only.

Different programs are provided for the configuration of paging radios and other products (see below).

WinA4P versions 2.8 and above require the latest versions of the .NET framework, but should automaticaly install any missing parts which it needs during initial installation. The new versions will support both 32 and 64 bit operating systems and are designed to operate correctly with:-

  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7

The older V2.7 version of the software is also available for download for older machines, but may not have all the features of the newest versions.

P4P and WinP4P Configuration Software for ART Paging Transmitter

P4P is the DOS software for configuration of the ART Series of Paging Transmitters Only, while WinP4P is the new Windows based version for the same paging transmitter products. They should not be used with any other product.

These are alternative programs for configuring the same transmitters. Only one is needed and we recmmend the use of the Windows version for new users. The DOS based version will be discontinued in the near future, but has been left available on the website in the meantime for users who are familiar with that version.

P4R Configuration Software for PRX Paging Receiver

P4R is the DOS software for configuration of the PRX Series of Paging Receivers Only. It should not be used with any other product.

The DOS software can be run in a Command Shell on Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000 and some Windows XP machines.

As Windows XP and later versions of Windows do not fully support DOS, there may be problems using P4R on some Windows XP, and all Vista or Windows 7 machines. For these operating systems it may be necessary to run the software under a DOS emulator such as DOSBox. Doing this also allows mapping of Serial Port 1 in the P4R software to a USB port to help cope with the lack of a physical RS232 port on most modern PCs.