TS-480HX / TS-480SAT
KENWOOD Radio Host Program
ARHP-10 Version 1.10
Last updated : February 15, 2012
 
About this software
This software is the Host Application of the "KENWOOD NETWORK COMMAND SYSTEM".
This software is to interface between the ARCP-480, Radio Control Program installed and run on a PC connected to a network, and the TS-480 transceiver.
The command interface can be accessed from within a LAN or via a high-speed broadband connection.
 
Operating Environment
1. Operating System (OS)
Windows® XP (Service Pack 3 or later) (32-bit)
Windows Vista® (Service Pack 2 or later) (32-bit or 64-bit)
Windows® 7 (RTM or later) (32-bit or 64-bit)
  Notes:
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.
The ARHP-10's voice communication function (using the H.323 protocol) works only on Windows® XP with using via a home LAN connection. When using the ARHP-10 on Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, or using via an Internet connection, the VoIP program ARVP-10 is separately required for making voice communications via a network.
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
2 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.
RS-232C interface.
An RS-232C straight cable with a 9-pin D-SUB female connector for the transceiver's COM port.
(When the PC has no RS-232C port, then use a USB-to-serial adapter.)
Sound function.
Network function.
* When accessing by remote operation through the Internet using a broadband connection such as xDSL and FTTH, high-speed communication can be enjoyed. However, depending on line conditions of the Internet, command communications may be interrupted.
 
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.
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 ARHP-10
1. Extract the downloaded file "ARHP10_110.zip" into a designated folder.
In the designated folder, a folder labeled "ARHP10_110" will be created.
Execute the "Setup.exe" in the folder labeled "ARHP10_110", and follow the instructions that appear on the display to install ARHP-10.
Note:
Administrator privileges are required when installing the software.
 
Uninstalling the ARHP-10
1. Select "ARHP-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.
Note:
Administrative privileges are required to uninstall the software.
Always exit ARHP-10 before uninstalling the software.
If you agree with the details listed above, click the following link to download the ARHP-10 software.
(The latest version includes all previous updates.)
ARHP-10 Version 1.10 : ARHP10_110.zip 11.3MB download
Update History
  Ver.1.10 (February 15, 2012)
Adds Windows Vista®, Windows® 7 compatibility.

Ver.1.00 (December 4, 2003)
First Release
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