Virtual Serial Port ActiveX
for Windows

Create virtual serial port and fully control it from your application.

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Virtual Serial Port ActiveX Description

Virtual Serial Port is a powerful advanced ActiveX Control that allows your application to create custom additional virtual serial port in system and fully control it. Created virtual serial port looks absolutely like a real serial port for other Windows applications. You can view parameters information of a virtual serial port, set by other application. From your application you can view and control data sent to virtual serial port by other applications and respond to them by sending your own serial data to virtual COM port, which will be received by all Windows applications like from real port. Virtual Serial Port ActiveX Control delivers high speed data exchange from/to virtual serial port and incorporates an advanced events-detecting engine, which will notify you about various events occurring in system while other applications are working with virtual serial port. Features: Baudrate emulation, Flexible set of control functions, Full software serial port emulation, Control lines support (DTR, RTS), Sample applications for Borland C++ Builder and Delphi and Microsoft Visual C++ and Visual Basic. Virtual Serial Port ActiveX Control is compatible with: Microsoft Visual C++ 5-6, Microsoft Visual Basic 5-6, Borland C++ Builder 3-6, Borland Delphi 3-6.

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What's New in Virtual Serial Port ActiveX 3.5

Strict baudrate emulation; Enhanced stability issues; Reworked examples of component usage; Refurbished user manual
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Virtual Serial Port ActiveX Requirements

Operating Systems:

Win98,WinME,WinXP,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,Windows2003

System Requirements:

Any Windows platform higher than Windows 95

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