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ARVP-10 Version 1.01
Last updated : July 12, 2013
 
About this software
This software is a VoIP program for the KENWOOD NETWORK COMMAND SYSTEM.
When the ARVP-10 does not work on your PC, OS, or network environment, you may use a commonly-used VoIP software (such as a P2P telephony software) for making voice communications via a network instead of the ARVP-10.(You are responsible for the selection, installation and operation using the VoIP software.)
 
Operating Environments
1. Operating System (OS)
  Windows® XP (Service Pack 3 or later) (32-bit)
Windows Vista® (Service Pack 2 or later)(32-bit)
Windows® 7 (RTM or later) (32-bit or 64-bit)
Windows® 8 (RTM or later) (32-bit or 64-bit)
Note:
This software is designed to run on the above operating systems.
Applicable operating systems are subject to change without notice due to the end of the technical support by Microsoft Corporation or change of the product specifications.
2. Processor
  Faster than the recommended CPU for each OS.
3. System Memory (RAM)
  Larger than the recommended System Memory for each OS.
4. Free Hard Drive Space
  100 MB or more of free hard drive space.
5. Peripheral Devices
 
A display with resolutions higher than VGA (640 x 480).
 
A keyboard and a mouse, or other pointing devices.
 
Sound device.
 
Network function.
 
Networking environment (LAN or high-speed broadband).
 
Usage Notes
If you are remotely controlling the Transceiver using this software via a network such as the Internet, you must conform to the radio laws and relevant domestic laws of the country and/or area where the Transceiver and relevant equipment are installed.
Audio data that flows on the network is not encrypted by the ARVP-10.
If any problem occurs while you are remotely controlling the Transceiver and relevant equipment, the responsibility of finding a solution to the problem is left solely to the user who remotely control the Transceiver and relevant equipment.
Users are required to obtain an approval from JVC KENWOOD Corporation, in writing, prior to redistributing this software on a personal web page or packet radio.
Users are prohibited to assign, rent, lease, or resell the software.
Users are prohibited to revise, change, translate, merge, de-compile, or reverse engineer the software.
JVC KENWOOD Corporation does not warrant that quality and functions of this software comply with each user's purpose of use of this software, and unless specifically described in this document, JVC KENWOOD Corporation shall be free from any responsibilities to any defects and indemnities to any damages or losses. Selection and installation of this software shall be made by the User's designation. The User shall take for the use and effects of this Software.
JVC KENWOOD Corporation shall be free from any responsibilities for any incidental losses or damages, such as missing communications or a calling opportunity caused by a failure or performance error of this Software.
JVC KENWOOD Corporation shall own all copyrights and other intellectual properties for the software and all manuals and documents attached to the software. The user shall be allowed to use, not to resell, the software by obtaining a license from JVC KENWOOD Corporation. While the media in which the software is stored is possessed by the user, the ownership for the software itself shall be reserved for JVC KENWOOD Corporation.
 
Installing the ARVP-10
Extract the downloaded file "ARVP10_101.zip" into a designated folder.
In the designated folder, a folder labeled "ARV10_101" will be created.
Execute the "Setup.exe" in the folder labeled "ARVP10_101", and follow the instructions that appear on the display to install ARVP-10.
The ARVP-10H and ARVP-10R are installed at the same time.
The ARVP-10H program provides the VoIP function at the host station (to which the transceiver is connected) and the ARVP-10R program provides the VoIP function at the remote station (which controls the transceiver remotely).
Note:
Administrator privileges are required when installing the software.
To update ARVP-10, execute the same procedure as used for installation, and follow the instructions that appear on the display to install the software. The latest update is written and installed over the currently installed program.
 
Uninstalling the ARVP-10H
Select "ARVP-10" in "Uninstall a program" ("Add or Remove Programs" for Windows XP) in the Control Panel and follow the instructions that appear on the display to uninstall the software. Or double-click "Setup.exe", and follow the instructions that appear on the display to uninstall the software.
Administrative privileges are required to uninstall ARVP-10.
Always exit ARVP-10 before uninstalling the software.
If you agree with the details listed above, click the following link to download the ARVP-10 software.
(The latest version includes all previous updates.)
ARVP-10 Ver1.01 :ARVP10_101.zip 7.01MB download
 
Update History
Ver.1.01 (July 12, 2013)
Adds Windows® 8 compatibility.
Ver1.00 (June 30, 2011)
First Release
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