WiNRADiO currently supports Macintosh with the WR-1550e receiver, which is required to operate this software. Without this receiver, the software will work in a demo (no sound) mode.
This software is provided here for evaluation purposes or as an upgrade for existing users. Certain innovative aspects of this software may be protected by pending US and international patent applications. Reverse engineering or copying WiNRADiO software features for commercial purposes is prohibited by relevant US and international legislation.
For more information about which models of Macintosh are supported and what you need to set-up a Macintosh-based communications radio system, refer to our MacRadio page.
This software has extensive on-line help. The help files are written in HTML and are accessed via the Web browser installed on the Mac. Depending on the system configuration, the Mac may display a request for the application name (in this case, the browser) when the on-line help is used for the first time. If such a request appears, with wording "Could not find the application that created the document..." or similar, you will need to select your preferred browser from the list of applications that is presented in the dialog box. This dialog box will not appear again after this first selection. Alternatively, with some Versions of MacOS 9, you may need to launch the File Exchange control panel, select the PC Exchange tab, scroll down to the 'htm' file type, then change the associated application to your preferred browser.
If running under Mac OS X when downloading this software, the downloaded '.hqx' file will be decoded automatically by the Mac to produce the installer program, 'WiNRADiO Installer'. In most cases this will also happen automatically under Mac OS 9. If it does not, you may have to 'drag-drop' it onto the Stuffit Expander application, or onto its alias.