Virtual Serial Ports Emulator
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What is Virtual Serial Ports Emulator?
Virtual Series Ports Emulator is made to assist software engineers and developers to debug, test, and build applications that make use of serial ports. Users will be able to make different virtual devices to receive or send data. Unlike regular serial ports, virtual devices have distinct qualities. For example, the similar devices can be opened more than once by various applications, and this can be useful in a lot of cases. With VSPE, users will also be able to split physical serial port data or many applications, expose serial ports to local network (through TCP protocol), and make virtual seria port device pairs.
VSPE provides a Python scripting system, as well as an X86 and X86_64 processor architecture. It has a VSPE API (C/C++ header and static library) for native language developers. Also available is a VSPE API Python binding for Python developers. Other features include an embedded HTTP server, and data monitoring. System requirements include a Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows NT operating system.
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