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Juergen Christoph
06/16/10 02:14
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#176707 - monitor and control
Responding to: ???'s previous message
To 'monitor', and only monitor, any serial COM port communication I'm using Portmon from Sysinternals Suite (By Mark Russinovich). Portmon is able to display data and control signals of the COM port, baud rate changes, and has timestamp information. And many other options not listed here.

To 'control' I use whatever is needed in the current test case, either a simple terminal program, or an already existing application that communicates with an existing device.

So I distinguish between monitor and control.


List of 23 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Serial Port monitor software      David Good      06/15/10 13:42      
   Docklight      Rob Klein      06/15/10 14:00      
      I use...      Michael Karas      06/15/10 20:49      
   monitor and control      Juergen Christoph      06/16/10 02:14      
      br@y terminal??      Jerson Fernandes      06/16/10 02:31      
         But that's "just" (sic?) another terminal, surely?      Andy Neil      06/16/10 03:25      
      RE: Portmon from Sysinternals      Andy Neil      06/16/10 02:35      
         "pi" cable and two serial ports to log rx and tx      Per Westermark      06/16/10 03:23      
            OK for simple data logging...      Andy Neil      06/16/10 03:27      
               timing etc is just a question of program and OS      Per Westermark      06/16/10 03:56      
            Command-response sync?      Oliver Sedlacek      06/16/10 04:41      
               Don't blame windows here!      Andy Neil      06/16/10 05:14      
                  Don't blame the driver or the adapter      Justin Fontes      06/17/10 14:58      
                     Eh?      Andy Neil      06/17/10 16:42      
                        Huge FIFO because max baudrate also much higher      Per Westermark      06/18/10 02:49      
                  USB-Windows-drivers      Oliver Sedlacek      06/18/10 08:01      
                     Digressing: Multiple USB-to-Serial      Andy Neil      06/18/10 08:24      
                        Digressing Further...      Michael Karas      06/19/10 06:57      
                        Nice      Oliver Sedlacek      06/21/10 02:10      
                           RE: It's a shame I can't tell the service guys what to buy      Andy Neil      06/21/10 02:28      
               8052-based analyser      Andy Neil      06/16/10 05:18      
               Timing just depends on OS and where the data is sampled      Per Westermark      06/16/10 05:38      
      Scripting for development and testing      David Good      06/18/10 10:10      

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