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Advanced Serial Port Terminal ver.5.5.22.271

Posted By: gaudeamus
Advanced Serial Port Terminal ver.5.5.22.271

Advanced Serial Port Terminal ver.5.5.22.271 | 4,21 MB

Advanced Serial Port Terminal is a session-based, multi-purpose application that provides simple communication interface to connect to any serial port device (modem/fax/GPS/mouse/printer and so on). Do you want to connect to remote computer using null-modem cable, send/receive various types of data (ASCII string, binary, octal and hexadecimal) over a serial line, redirect input/output data streams into a specified file, troubleshoot and test modem settings? Look no further! Advanced Serial Port Terminal is just for you.

Advanced Serial Port Terminal allows you to open as many serial ports as you like (including virtual serial ports); dynamically change serial port settings without necessity to close and reopen current port; adjust baudrate, databits, parity, stop bits, flow control parameters; save all received bytes into a file for later analysis and lots more. Being a session-based, Advanced Serial Port Terminal allows creation of options set and saving them under individual session names for different hosts.

Unlike other terminals you may not only send, but also receive and view data in hexadecimal format, switch between dump and terminal view modes, etc, which could be very useful for debugging and testing serial port connections.

Highly customizable interface lets you easily customize program interface to your taste and needs.

What's new:

* Added: detailed serial port information is now available
* VT100 functionality improvements
* Improved: hot keys management more…


Full features list:

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Open any number of serial ports simultaneously
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Dynamically change communication port parameters without necessity to reopen it
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View incoming/outgoing data in hex format
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Switch between terminal and dump view modes
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Send data blocks in various formats (ASCII/ANSI string, binary, octal and hexadecimal)
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Redirect incoming data stream into a text file
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Save configuration parameters for further usage
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Connect to remote computer using null-modem cable
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Connect to any number of serial port devices (including virtual ones)
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Send ASCII file to remote end
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Send/receive files using X-modem protocol