VIRTUAL NULL MODEM OVERVIEW
Emulate one or more couples of RS-232 ports connected via null-modem cable.
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|Date Updated:||Dec 02, 2012|
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|OS:||Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64|
The purpose of a null-modem cable is to permit two RS-232 "DTE" devices to communicate with each other without modems or other communication devices (i.e., "DCE"s) between them.
Virtual Null Modem is a utility, which purpose is to emulate one or more RS232 serial ports connected via virtual null-modem cable. Otherwise, you can create any number of pure virtual serial ports in your system (COM10, COM11, COM127 etc), that will be connected to each other via virtual null-modem cable.
What problems can be solved with Virtual Null Modem?
If you have two applications you want to connect to each other using serial ports you need a null modem. A null modem is bascially a cable to connect two serial ports to each other. Normally you need two computers or two physical ports on one computer to achive this. Using Virtual Null Modem software you can emulate the null modem and run the two applications on the same computer without any additional hardware.