Serial Port Terminal 4.1
Serial Port Terminal is a session-based, multi-purpose application that provides simple communication interface to connect to any serial port device.
Connect to a remote computer using null-modem cable, send or receive various types of data over a serial line, redirect input or output data streams into a specified file, monitor data exchange between serial devices, and troubleshoot and test modem settings.
Open as many serial ports as you like; dynamically change serial port settings without necessity to close and reopen current port; adjust baud rate, data bits, parity, stop bits, flow control parameters; and save all received bytes into a file for later analysis. Being a session-based tool, the program allows creation of options set and saving them under individual session names for different hosts. You can not only send, but also receive and view data in hexadecimal format, switch between dump and terminal view modes, which could be very useful for debugging and testing serial port connections. Customizable interface lets you customize program interface to your taste and needs.
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