Packet Engine Pro
2. Configure AGWPE
Download and Install
Basic AGWPE Setup
2 Radio Setup
2 Card Setup
3. Sound Card Setup
Basic Card Settings
AGWPE on a Network
Baud Rates & Modes
TCP/IP Over Radio
Tips and Tricks
6. Compatible Programs:
Chart of Programs
Kits and Pre-assembled
Receive Audio Cable
Transmit Audio Cable
PTT (TX Control) Cable
2 Radio Modification
8. General Packet Info
What is Packet?
TNCs and AGWPE
What to do with Packet
Download and Install AGWPE
To completely remove a prior version of
AGWPE from your
system, simply delete the files in the AGWPE folder or, even
simper, delete the folder. You can not use the Windows' "Add
or Remove Programs"
routine in the Control Panel, since AGWPE is not "installed"
in Windows like most other programs.
Another option is to rename the older version's folder
rather than delete it.
Many files come in the agwpe.zip
file. Most are unnecessary. The
files you absolutely need are:
* AGW Packet Engine.exe
* any files ending in ".ini", which are configuration files that AGWPE
creates after you first run and
Other files you should probably keep
are the HTTP folder and all its
files; AGWPE.HLP (although it's out
of date); and the intnet.txt file.
You do not need the develop.zip file
unless you plan to program something
to link to AGWPE. The other .zip
files are zipped
Language files. If you plan to use
the default language of English, you do not need to
unzip or retain the alternate language files in the AGWPE folder. For more
information on using alternate language files see the
Tips and Tricks page.
Parallel Port Drivers? You do
not need to download and install the
drivers.zip file from the AGWPE site
despite what the AGWPE program
Help file or the
AGWPE web site may say.
Such drivers have not been
necessary since version 2001.38.