COM Port Splitter 4.0

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With COM Port Splitter you can manage your virtual and real ports by using different variations of port bundles creation. It allows you to split, redirect and share serial ports the way you need.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 2000
Publisher:
Virtual Serial Port Software
Price:
$99.95
File size:
8.26 Mb
Date added:
June 23, 2009
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Description from the Publisher
COM Port Splitter allows you to split one real port into several virtual ones, join several real ports into one virtual and redirect the serial traffic from real port to another one, which can be real or virtual. More than that, you can share one real serial port between several applications so that all applications will receive same data from one serial port simultaneously.
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