Serial Port Splitter 4.3.3

"Serial Port Splitter" snapshot

Serial Port Splitter allows to share dataflow of one COM port between several applications or vice versa to join dataflow of several COM port devices to one application. Such universality is achieved by means of virtual serial ports technology.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server
Publisher:
Andrew Scott
Price:
$129
File size:
4.21 Mb
Date added:
November 20, 2012
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Description from the Publisher
Serial Port Splitter allows to share dataflow of one COM port between several applications or vice versa to join dataflow of several COM port devices to one application. Such program universality is achieved by means of virtual serial ports technologies. Moreover Serial Port Splitter allows to setup READ/WRITE or READ ONLY mode for splitted ports and READ/WRITE or WRITE ONLY mode for joined serial ports.
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