Advanced Modem Data Logger Standard
2.5.4 build 415
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT|
|File size:||8.52 MB|
Publisher description for Advanced Modem Data Logger Standard
A modem is a device for converting digital information into an analog signal (MOdulation) for sending it via analog communications lines and converting the received analog signal back into a digital one (DEModulation). Modems are widely used in many distributed system and applications. Features: - Advanced Modem Data Logger is based on the logging engine of our favorite product Advanced Serial Data Logger and therefore inherits all base features, but apart from Advanced Serial Data Logger that works with serial ports (RS232 or RS485) only Advanced Modem Data Logger works with AT and TAPI compatible modems. - Capability to log data from multiple modems at the same time. Our data logger can collect data from multiple remote devices simultaneously, because the program can work with multiple modems simultaneously. Each modem may have fully different settings and a schedule; - Universal. Supports AT and TAPI devices. Most Modern USB, GSM, PCI, RS232 modems support both Interfaces. Old modems, that doesn't have a TAPI driver can be controlled with help of AT commands; - Variable data receive. Captures binary and text data from remote points; - Extended logging features. Outputs received data without any changes to a log file. Supports date/time stamping; - Visualization. The program allows to display all received data in the program window. You can customize Data View options; - Schedule. You can configure a schedule for each modem. The Scheduler has many options and for example allows to dial phone numbers every minute, hour, day or at the specified time; - Advanced data parsers. Allow you to parse, filter and format your data. You may define simple rules or use powerful regular expressions - Etc.