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ARUG Public Domain Software Library
A R U G - Amateur Radio Users Group | Disk 1 to 33 Contents
ARUG #1 (ARP 1.3)
The AmiPan 0.80 utilizes the workbench to access the disks offerings; the new 1.3 ARP commands. In opening ARP 1.3 you will find 'Wildcards' for use in conjunction with ARP and CLI, 'Environment Variables' plus all the enhancements of ARP 1.3. The AmiPan utility does however use a combination of the Italian and English languages in terms of the documents. Although the CLI commands are international anyway.
ARUG #2 (Master Driver)
This is a utilities disk containing ARC PK232 host driver. PK232 is essentially a driver for sending communications signals along serial lines. The utilities on the disk enable you to install printers, print files and obtain graphic dumps. This disk operates through workbench or CLI.
ARUG #3 (Utilities and Games)
This is actually the first disk by the Amiga Amateur Radio User Group. Contained on the disk are several utils and also a few games, Maze, Tower and Peg Puzzle. The disk is both, well documented and user-friendly.
ARUG #4 (SatLoc/Fax)
SatLoc is an orbit map program for educational use and Fax is a fax receive program.
ARUG #5 (JRComm/GT)
ARUG #6 (Yaesu FT-757GX driver)
The program is documented re ts function, you can enter frequencies, edit, list and store things for retrieval later. You can 'read-in' channel's and progressively make the radio scan a 100 channels. The program will drive a Yaesu FT-757GX or similar. An RS-232 interface unit is needed.
ARUG #7 (AmigaSat/Satellite Predictions)
AmigaSat was converted from a series of programs written on an IBM. The program is from Australia and has full numbers. AmigaSat allows you to update satellite elements and has several forms of output - batch output, realtime output (one satellite to multiple satellites). The program also has ground station parameters which can be set.
ARUG #9 (Amateur Radio 1)
This disk has various utilities included plus plenty of documentation for you to read about Morse Code, Propogation, Amiga BBS, Logging, Satellite Tracking etc. The utilities include Binary to ASCII converter and vice versa. The 'read-me' files on this disk are intended as ample descriptions of ARUG software which is useful - workbench needed.
ARUG #10 (Amateur Radio 2)
This disk is similar to ARUG 9 containing further documents and utilities. Workbench is needed for this disk also.
ARUG #12 (Amateur Radio 4)
Further newsletters, documents, utilities and banter, workbench needed.
ARUG #13 (Amateur Radio 5)
This disk has two further programs this time: TA-TERM.AMT-1 and TA-TERM.DK232, fully documented as usual. The programs allow you to set BAUD rates, transmit and receive. The screen display is in HAM mode and the program also has speech.
ARUG #14 (Amateur Radio 6)
This disk contains 'THE AUT', the definitive Amiga AFSK Video Tranceiver in Fax, Black and White and Colour. The program is fully documented.
ARUG #15 (Access! - Modem Software)
Access! is a full program written by Keith Young for use with communications with your Modem. The program is functions are plentiful and will provide a good feature for anyone remotely interested in Communications.
ARUG #16 Access V1.4 + NoVirus
Access! V1.4 is contained on this disk along with NoVirus V1.49.
ARUG #17 (Amateur Radio)
This disk contains an image sent and received using AmigaFax. This image is in HAM and is very good quality for a transmitted image. This disk also contains Amiga Beacon, Terminal 1.2 and further accesories.
ARUG #18 (Morse-Snap)
The Morse-Snap shareware program was written by Jerry Fitzpatrick using C, the software has several features along with several documents.
ARUG #19 (AmiPac 1.51)
Contained on this utilities disk are AmiPac, Start SLF with full documentation.
ARUG #21 (Utilties)
A disk just brimming with utilities including; ImageLab, CBBS, No Click, Fix 68010 and Image-Ed.
ARUG #23 (Satellite 'Tracker')
Another satellite tracking program, there are two programs, Tracker 8 and Tracker 9. Tracker 8 for 1Megabyte and Tracker 9 for .5Megabyte. These programs display satellites in real time. The programs work by menus. Full documentation included.
ARUG #24 (Comms Utilities)
TaskControl,Xoper, TurboBackup plus documentation are included on this disk.
ARUG #25 (Amateur Radio Utility Disk 2)
The Amiga Amateur Radio User Group disk 2 includes full documentation via a special program selector with news, reviews, utilities, documents, newsletters, more utilities plus other articles.
ARUG #26 (Utilities)
Quickdate, SpaceLog, Life Cycles, Orbit, GeoTrace and HP II are the programs on this disk.
ARUG #28 (Amiga Satellite Programs)
Various satellite programs with documentation.
ARUG #29 (I0GO mini BBS (Utilities))
Further utilities, mini BBS (unfortunately in Italian), CommA and R9. Again fully documented.
ARUG #30 (Access!)
Another version of Access communications software.
ARUG #33 (Logbook)
This disk contains a radio log program that can store, save and retrieve the dae, callsign, time, frequency, name, etc.
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