TAP on the Internet

Terrain analysis software now remotely accessible
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SoftWright, developer of the TAP Windows XP-based terrain analysis program, announced that the program can now be used remotely via the Internet by way of the new multi-seat option.

TAP users can purchase the license option and use TAP across a LAN or remotely via an Internet connection. Curt Alway, SoftWright sales and marketing manager, stated that the new multiseat capability in the Terrain Analysis Package had been requested more often by clients lately.

“This is especially true where there are a team of design engineers or when all the work needs to be centralized, but design engineers are also on the road a great deal of the time.”

SoftWright also is offering a 50 percent discount on TAP modules during February and March. And in other TAP news, a TAP seminar will be held in Denver on April 4 and 5.


TAP Coverage Plots in Google Earth

SoftWright said users of its Terrain Analysis Package RF system design software are now able to show areas of radio coverage, as well as areas with problematic coverage, in cooperation with the Google Earth application.