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YAT :: Yet Another Terminal

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  • sourceforge322
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    You don't have a command burst feature which can sends a command continuously with a small delay after each command sent. I would like to have a feature like this to test my automation controller which the RS-485 serial traffic is at a rate of 1-10ms. Should have it to test most hardware hardware. Writing a firmware for a protocol usually is easy because everything is in the protocol documentations. What is not easy is to deal with possible real-world fast serial traffic. For example, a Modbus RTU slave hardware might get a command receiving rate of 10ms from the master. Why? coz each master may have around 32 slaves under it. The customer don't want to wait for 1 minute just to receive a complete response from all slaves. You got what I mean why we need the autosend / burst mode for sending data in YAT. Good luck my friends..

    Posted 11/13/2014
  • a1kerr
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    I have been searching for a terminal window to use to connect to my Arduino; I wanted something that was quick and easy with intuitive configuration and YAT seems to do the trick. I must say I am impress, if you are into home brew bits and bytes YAT is for you.

    Posted 04/21/2014
  • serfiforge
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    I have not tested YAT with all of my cases, but at the first sight it is the most PERFECT for device debugging such as AT-commanded modems and so on. Thanks to developers for predefined commands with description field - it is GREAT! I tried to find such App, have already began making my own terminal with Delphi, and just found your well-done tool. Thank you very much! It will help me a lot with my DIY-hobby works)

    Posted 03/07/2014
  • camwalker
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    y-a-terminal works perfectly, thanks

    Posted 12/19/2012
  • dillancooper
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    Stable and works.

    Posted 10/29/2012
  • vitech07
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    Project has an issue with USB/HID devices: partition raw data to HID reports. line 178 in file HidReports.cs should be fixed to: int lengthToCopy = ((data.Length - offset) <= usableLength) ? (data.Length - offset) : usableLength; Great project though

    Posted 10/15/2012
  • williamhansen
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    great app, works nicely

    Posted 09/15/2012
  • logangomes
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    Reliable and stable, thanks y-a-terminal

    Posted 03/26/2012
  • iosif7
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    I have tested only serial com 9600bps. Works great for me and have all the neessary functions I need. Have to learn how to use it. I have tested also with devices sending messages every 20ms and no fault detected. Just excelent for me, better than any terminal I have tested. Only bug is in all setings 00h breaks lines, not recognized as standard byte iosif7

    Posted 08/28/2010