Digital technologies evolve with blazing speed. Computers are becoming entertainment centers of our homes. Tireless machines replace often erroneous human beings at business-critical automation tasks. Various devices are being attached to PCs in order to implement extended functionality. More and more devices are invented (and to mention re-invented) these days within the new digital paradigm. Serial ports provide fast and easy way for developers to implement software support of their innovative hardware. Communication via standard COM port interface is a perfect way to ensure the new hardware will be compatible with most modern and yester PCs. And with growing number of USB devices simultaneously connected to a PC, serial ports grow to be a true alternative in data interchange.
However, developing software that communicates with a device via COM port may be a challenging task without proper tools. What all developers and engineers actually dream of is a superb tool that would allow them to listen to serial port, write to it directly and log its communications in spy mode. Is there anything like that on this Earth?
In fact, there is! Introducing Advanced Serial Data Logger by AGG Software! This unique serial port data logging and communication spying solution supports RS232/RS485 interfaces and features convenient user interface as well as flexibly configured modes of operation.
Advanced Serial Data Logger is capable of monitoring and logging data from any serial port on your system. It supports baud rates up to 115200, configurable stop bits, data bits, parity and flow control. The application operates both in manual and automatic modes offering developers unprecedented flexibility. Spy mode allows monitoring data exchange between hardware attached to the port and Windows applications.
Thanks to plug-in architecture, Advanced Serial Data Logger is highly customizable and easily expandable to suite your needs.
FREE trial version is available! Download it now!
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP
Date added 24 Oct 2003
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011