I need recommendation of Serial Analyzer (RS-232). My basic
- 115 Kbps
- logs modem control lines (RTS, CTS etc)
- able to parse and if available analyze (such as: detects missing
parameters etc) PPP and TCP protocol
- able to save log file to PC for long time (days) logging
- able to search data pattern
The brand that I can find so far is STA-232 from http://www.fte.com and MSB-232
Thank you before for your kind attention
it is strange that there is no answer to the question. According to your parameters, COM port monitor is suitable for monitoring. I also used it in my work to "sniff" the serial commands sent/received over the serial port
GarryTrib said:it is strange that there is no answer to the question
This is the Keil forum, which is for discussions about Keil products - and Keil don't have such a product.
The question is also 9 years old - so rather doubtful that Ojahan Hutajulu is still sitting there waiting for an answer!
GarryTrib said: COM port monitor is suitable for monitoring
Hmmm .... another product from "Electronic Team, Inc"
Are you just going through all the old posts, and adding links to you products ... ?
If you can capture the data to a file, surely an intern could write code to parse and analyze the content? My bosses always had the Hermann Hauser approach, ie give me no money and no people, and they certainly we're going to buy/rent an ICE that cost as much as a small car. It made you resourceful, and actually solve the problem at hand.
If you don't like the external monitoring approach, instrument your embedded platform to do it real time.
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