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WinTrak Pro

2 Dec 2006, it is with great sorrow that I have to report the passing of one of the important people in the satellite tracking world. David Ransom was both a good friend and a teacher and I will miss our discussions and emails we shared over the past 20 years. David will be sorely missed and I would ask that you remember his family in this time of loss. David's WEB site ( has be shut down, however his memory will last for many years to come.

6 Oct 2005, XP SP2 users may have an issue with installing/run time error for the file CSTEXT32.OCX, we have a fix for this. Click this link to download a patch file (in ZIP form) to correct this error.

SP2 Fix

20 Oct 2003, WinTrak Pro Version 7.0 is now shipping. We now accept payment with PayPal also.

24 July 2003, WinTrak Pro source code is available, we have a DLL written in C and all the interface code in Visual Basic. This would be a great opportunity to build on a proven program with your custom requirements. Please contact us for more information. []

16 Apr 2003- We have been busy working on the next release of WinTrak Pro! We have new OpenGL graphics options that are very nice and many other improvements are on the way. We are planning to release this new version later this year.

We have a new lower price for WinTrak Pro!

New Features:

Performance improvements in all areas, take full advantage of that new hot rod PC!

Runs with Windows 95, 98, and NT 4.0, 2000, ME, XP!

New radio/antenna interfaces, support for several other drivers.

GPS interface to get position and time data, enhanced GPS interface,  GPS coverage, and planning maps.

Improved user interface with many new options added.

Satellite elements statistics, such as oldest, newest and average age of elements.

Increased zoom in on the all Rendered views along with Delta-time modes.

Detailed rise/set for satellite passes.

Improved install program to take advantage of the newer operating systems.

Paul E. Traufler, Chief Engineer

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