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Thu Sep 30 19:50:40 CDT 2021
We use Teraterm at work - adequate, free, open-source(if that's important),
meets our needs for embedded development across a wide variety of
On Thu, Sep 30, 2021 at 11:57 AM Mike Katz via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org>
> I am looking for a good terminal emulator. Not for connecting to older
> computers serially but to connect with my embedded designs.
> Do any of you have any recommendations.
> I've been using Realterm for years but it's not very good.
> I used UCON, hyper term, terra term, telix (going way back) and a few I
> can't remember the name of.
> Here are my needs:
> 1. Runs under Windows 10 (linux optionally)
> 2. Has user selectable baud rates (I use 500K baud frequently)
> 3. Can use any Windows Com Port.
> 4. Can send files as raw binary
> 5. Has X-modem built in (nice but optional)
> 6. Has some kind of basic VT-100 support
> 7. Can display both ascii characters and binary data has hex numbers,
> preferably on alternate lines (hex above the ascii character like this:
> 45 76 65 72 79
> E V E R Y
> 8. Can send short manually entered strings in hex or ascii.
> 9. Can recognize protocols (based on start and/or end of text characters)
> 10. Costs less than $100
> 11. Can Capture what comes in the port
> 12. Has local echo (when connected to systems that don't echo what you
> 13. Has a large scroll back buffer.
> 14. Has programmable macro buttons or function keys.
> 15. Can handle removal and insertion of the TTL to Serial USB converter
> without crashing.
> Thank you
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