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'[PIC]: What serial capture program?'
2003\06\13@165204 by Diego Sierra

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On Fri, 13 Jun 2003 21:21:20 +0100, Edward Cooper <spam_OUTedpgcTakeThisOuTspamDSL.PIPEX.COM>
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> what the best free/shareware program is for capturing data from the
> PIC.  I use hyper-terminal but it doesn't seem ideal because of the way

I have used TeraTerm for a long time, it is free.

       http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA002416/teraterm.html

It allows serial and TCP connections, transfer files using ASCII, zmodem,
kermit, etc..., all the usual things.

Cheers,
Diego.

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2003\06\13@165425 by Olin Lathrop

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> I've just recently started talking to PICs over RS232 and was wondering
> what the best free/shareware program is for capturing data from the
> PIC.  I use hyper-terminal but it doesn't seem ideal because of the way
> it interprets some of the data, I just want the raw serial data in a
> useful format.

Such a program would be trivial to write, probably easier than finding and
then fighting with free bugware to do it just the way you want.

open serial line
open binary output file
loop
 read byte from serial lin
 write byte to binary file
 repeat


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2003\06\13@170028 by Dave Wheeler

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Hi ,

I use this one

http://bray.velenje.cx/avr/

Its called terminal and does most things, display as hex, ascii, bin

Dave

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2003\06\13@170235 by Markus Rohe

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Edward Cooper schrieb:
> Hi
>
> I've just recently started talking to PICs over RS232 and was wondering
> what the best free/shareware program is for capturing data from the
> PIC.  I use hyper-terminal but it doesn't seem ideal because of the way
> it interprets some of the data, I just want the raw serial data in a
> useful format.
>
> Thanks
> Ed
>

Hello,

I have a little link collection for this topic.

- I personally use "project comm". Right now I don't have the link handy
but if you email me privately I can send it to you via mail (about 1.4 MB)

- http://www.beyondlogic.org/terminal/terminal.htm (the smallest RS232
  monitor I know)

- Much more Info can be found here:
www.rad.com/networks/1995/rs232/rs232.htm
http://www.microlink.co.uk/rs232.html
members.carinthia.com/gnovak/tucan/refs/edv/serial.html
www.sprut.de/electronic/pic/programm/rs232.htm
http://www.piclist.com/techref/io/serial/parasitic.htm

www.camiresearch.com/Data_Com_Basics/RS232_standard.html
directory.google.com/Top/Computers/Hardware/Buses/RS-232/
http://www.ctips.com/rs232.html

www.epanorama.net/links/pc/interface.html#serial
http://www.lvr.com/serport.htm
http://www.beyondlogic.org


I hope this helps.

Markus

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2003\06\13@171241 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 09:21 PM 6/13/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>Hi
>
>I've just recently started talking to PICs over RS232 and was wondering
>what the best free/shareware program is for capturing data from the
>PIC.  I use hyper-terminal but it doesn't seem ideal because of the way
>it interprets some of the data, I just want the raw serial data in a
>useful format.

I use the Win3.1 terminal program term.exe  You can program soft keys to
send instruction sequences.

Best regards,

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2003\06\13@171248 by Brent Brown

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I like this one and find it very useful:

http://bray.velenje.cx/avr/terminal/

Brent.

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2003\06\13@183139 by Igor Pokorny

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It doesn't help much, because the problem gets the same...
Better try to send your data from PIC in ASCII - every byte as two
characters in hexadecimal code, or you will have to write  your own program
how Olin suggested.

Igor

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2003\06\13@201805 by Edward Cooper

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Cheers Dave and Brent thats just what I was looking for!

Thanks for all the replies
Ed

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2003\06\16@050450 by Alan B. Pearce

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>I use the Win3.1 terminal program term.exe  You can program
>soft keys to send instruction sequences.

I use this as well. Works well on W2k and NT4, and has all you need for a
basic terminal program.

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2003\06\16@100902 by Glendon Turner

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I use Teraterm. A fantastic fully configurable (including TCP/IP) free
program.

Just search for it on google or similar.

Use it daily on 98, 2000 and xp.

Regards


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