WINMOR is a radio transmission protocol intended to be used in the Winlink 2000 Global Radio E-mail System by amateur radio operators, marine radio stations, and radio stations in isolated areas.[1]

WINMOR will complement the PACTOR modes in the high frequency portion of the Winlink system.

WINMOR debuted at the 2008 ARRL / TAPR Digital Communications Conference.

Unlike PACTOR II & III, only a simple computer soundcard-to-radio interface is required, as compared to PACTOR's relatively expensive external terminal node controller. It will have at least three modes, ranging from 200 to 2000 hertz in bandwidth, and is expected to provide speeds ranging from 125 to at least 1875 bits per second, similar to PACTOR's various modes.