All the data written to one virtual serial port can be immediately read from the other one, and vice versa.
Virtual serial ports look and work exactly as real hardware serial ports.
Just configured, virtual serial ports are available at each system startup automatically, even prior to user logon.
|Allows creating virtual serial ports connected via a virtual null-modem cable|
|Allows creating virtual serial loopback plugs|
|Full hardware serial ports emulation|
|Virtual serial ports look and work like real hardware ports|
|Serial data bitrate (transmission speed) emulation|
|Different virtual null-modem schemes are available (full, partial, loopback)|
|Unlimited number of virtual COM port pairs can be created|
|Once created virtual ports are operable at each system startup (prior to user login)|
|Overlapped virtual COM ports support (virtual serial ports can have the same names as existing physical COM ports)|
|Real null-modem cables are not required|
|Real serial ports are not occupied|
|Virtual communication is more fast and reliable than via a real null-modem cable|
|64bit and 32bit compatible|
|Full Microsoft serial.sys compatibility|
|PnP and WMI technologies compatibility|
|Hyper-Threading Technology compatibility|
|User Interface and API|
|User-friendly program interface|
|Hot Virtual COM port creation and removal, without rebooting your computer|
|One click enable/disable button for all virtual serial ports|
|Virtual serial ports are controlled directly from your own application using command-line|
|Virtual serial ports are controlled directly from your own application using ActiveX or Dynamic Link Library (OEM license)|
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Virtual serial ports look and work like real hardware ports.