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Download Virtual Serial Port Driver 7.2 Build 308

[Virtual Serial Port Driver 7.2 Build 308
Virtual Serial Port Driver creates virtual serial ports and connects them in pairs via virtual null modem cable. Applications on both ends of the pair will be able to exchange data in such a way, that everything written to the first port will appear in the second one and backwards.
All virtual serial ports work and behave exactly like real ones, emulating all their settings. You can create as many virtual port pairs as you want, so there will be no serial ports shortage and no additional hardware crowding your desk.
Moreover, Eltima virtual serial port technology can be fully integrated into your own software (OEM license).
Full features list:
Any number of virtual serial ports pairs can be created
Virtual serial ports are absolutely the same copies of real ones - applications won't see the difference between real and virtual serial ports
Virtual serial ports can be controlled directly from your own application via Dynamic Link Library supplied with VSPD (for OEM License owners)
Link between virtual serial ports is much faster than real null-modem cable connection and solely depends on your processor speed (average transfer speed is about 5.5 Mbytes/sec)
Real serial ports are not occupied - you can even have no real ports in system at all
Strict baudrate emulation (for Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003/Server 2008/Vista/Windows 7)
All signal lines are available: DTR/DSR/CTS/RTS/DCD/RI
Full support of HandFlow control (Hardware and Xon/Xoff)
Virtual serial line connection break emulation (for Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/Windows 7)
Different virtual null-modem schemes are available: standard/loopback/custom (for Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/Windows 7)
Virtual serial port may have any name you like, even the same name as real port has
Ports are automatically re-created on system reboot (prior to user login)
Possibility to change names of virtual serial ports, created by VSPD, shown in Device Manager
Restriction of access to created virtual ports for various applications (for Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/Windows 7)
Virtual Serial Port Driver and all of its internal drivers are digitally signed
Complete information about current virtual serial port state, sent/received data, etc (for Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/Windows 7)
Windows kernel driver technology support (WDM, WMI, Power Management, PnP, etc)
Printers can be assigned to any virtual serial port (available after Windows reboot)
Hyper-threading and VMware friendly
No reboot is required after VSPD installation, creation and reconfiguration of virtual serial ports