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My experience is with Crosstalk MArk 4 - it's really amazing software for communication. It has very powerful script language as well - so you can track events or sending with singel key press complicated dialogs.
When testing my projects with GSM modules it really works nice.
does anyone have a link or a good schematic for a good HARDWARE rs232 sniffer ?
memorize the data, and then read them by connecting to a pc, also something which gives the baud rate, parity automatically ?
With ComLite32 for Windows 95, your PC is transformed into a powerful communications protocol analyzer. ComLite32 is able to "attach" to a serial communications port, allowing you to investigate the protocol in use, even when no documentation exists. The communication activities of any program which uses the serial ports can be monitored. You can also break the serial path between two devices and insert a PC running ComLite32. This allows you to non-intrusively listen to existing communication links. This can be useful if neither device is a PC running Windows 95.