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[aprssig] Sierra wireless 881 pc card gps

Jack Spitznagel frawg at frawg.org
Fri Jul 17 12:38:00 UTC 2009


Another good option is N8VB vCom
Jack - kd4iz

Dave Baxter wrote:
> Yep!  You can effectivley mirror one port to look like another with that
> tool (and do many other interesing things!)  Get it from here:-
> http://www.eterlogic.com/Products.VSPE.html
>
> So, if you can't reasign it with Winderz own tools, you could use
> Eterlogic's VSPE tool to make a copy visible that your program can talk
> to.
>
> Regards.
>
> Dave G0WBX.
>
>
>   
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Dave Haynes [mailto:dave at ep90.com] 
>> Sent: 16 July 2009 14:09
>> To: TAPR APRS Mailing List
>> Subject: Re: [aprssig] Sierra wireless 881 pc card gps
>>
>> I use the free 'Virtual Serial Port Emulator' from Eterlogic 
>> when I'm developing software. It works very well, and allows 
>> you to do all sorts of things with COM ports.
>>
>> Dave G1TVL
>>
>> Rich Garcia wrote:
>>     
>>> You need a comm manager that will allow a comport to be a 
>>>       
>> virtual com port.
>>     
>>> May be using the wrong terms but you would tell APRS to use comm 4 
>>> let's say if that is open then this program you set up will be told 
>>> that com 23 is a virtual port and to "patch" it over to COM 
>>>       
>> 4 as if it were a real port.
>>     
>>> I have used these lon in the past and think one is MixW 
>>>       
>> Serial Port Bridge.
>>     
>>> Also DeLorme had one I believed on their web site so you 
>>>       
>> could set up 
>>     
>>> their USB GPS units to feed several virtual ports and feed several 
>>> programs with the same GPS data.
>>>
>>> Rich
>>>       
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