Download Ruspo Relay Demo
You can download here:Ruspo Relay (RRelay) demo version (to control audio devices)
Attentively read the license agreement.Downloading this software, you accept the terms.
Installation/Deinstallation: use special utility (RRDinstall.exe), included in package, for both installing and uninstalling.
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.exe file (self-extracting archive)
Original file rr_demo_install.exe data :
length: 2,82 MB (2,966,731 B),
last change date: 18 October 2023, 12:42:18,
unique fingerprint (MD5 hash): 49579fbe593575ec3740b44eda00dff4
Original file rr_demo_install.zip data :
length: 2,79 MB (2,935,423 B),
last change date: 18 October 2023, 12:41:38,
unique fingerprint (MD5 hash): cf0a2b6792352d1c68309068b7f5f3d0
Executable file RRelay099.exe data :
length: 1,27 MB (1,337,344 B),
last change date: 18 October 2023, 12:31:33,
unique fingerprint (MD5 hash): 150e97d3e795645c1efc9bf24f6c044f
Executable file-installer RRDinstall.exe :
length: 744 KB (762,368 B),
last change date: 27 March 2011, 06:34:00,
unique fingerprint (MD5 hash): c1ce9a0b195a2341f0f02ead195bc638
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions):
Why do the browser and Windows Defender (SmartScreen) warn
about downloading software from an unknown (not trusted)
This only means that the software does not have a certificate from the certificate authority (where the specified information is stored), or that communication with the certificate authority cannot be established.
This does not mean that the software is unsuitable for your computer or not original.
Why Ruspo software does not have a certificate of a certification authority (CA) and therefore the browser and Windows Defender warn about downloading software from an unknown (untrusted) author (publisher)?
Since 2016, certification centers do not issue free certificates anymore, even for free, trial, and demo versions of software. We do not want to use paid certificates and pass their cost on to you. Besides a user can always download the software directly from our website and be assured of its authenticity.
How can you be sure that Ruspo software is original and does not contain advertising and/or malicious third-party inclusions?
If possible, always download the software directly from our site or get it from an authorized distributor.
If this is not possible, at least be sure to check the data of the installation and/or executable file (length, creation date and unique fingerprint (MD5 hash) against the reference values published on our website for the corresponding file).
We recommend that you check these data even if you downloaded the software from the official site, to make sure that it has not been modified during the download and installation process by some malicious virus already present on your computer.
How can you find out the data of the existing installation and/or executable file (length, creation date and unique MD5 hash) to compare it with the reference values published on Ruspo.com?
To find out the length and creation date of a Windows file, hover your mouse over it, right-click and select "properties".
To find out the unique fingerprint (MD5 hash) of a file, you should first launch any command shell (Run, Command Prompt, FAR, etc.). For example, press Windows + R, type cmd and press Enter. Then you need to execute the command:
certutil -hashfile file.exe MD5
(where file.exe is the name of the file you want to check, with an extension and the full path).
If the shell closes right after running the command and you don't have time to copy the hash, augment the command with output to a text file:
certutil -hashfile file.exe MD5 >>md5data.txt
What exactly is Ruspo Relay, and why is it so commonly used
to connect to two-way radios?
RusPO Relay is a versatile, versatile, and dependable solution for connecting a computer to a radio (transceiver), remote control of radios and other audio devices (via Internet or LAN), and transceiver interconnection via the internet (repeater mode).
Benefits of Ruspo Relay include: multiple ways to connect to radios (including in-house DIY), a low demand for PC and network resources (can work on weak machines running Windows XP and even through mobile networks 2g-3g), and additional functions (playing commercials on the air, radio beacon).