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Subject: serial port data logging software?
From: "David Saum" DSaum@............
Date: Mon, 4 Sep 2000 12:52:00 -0400

I am looking for some PC software to log the data
from a Lehman system I am building.  My home
brew amp/ADC now sends 16 bit ASCII data records
to my PC serial port at about 16 SPS.  Ideally
the software would store the data in daily files, display
24 hours of data, and allow for creating WinQuake=20
compatible files.  It would also be nice if it could
work in background on a Windows PC so that the
machine could be used for other tasks while
logging data.

It appears that the most commonly used data logging
programs, SDR and EMON, are not currently set up
to accept serial port input data.

Does anyone know of any other software that=20
could log serial port data for seismic analysis? =20

I suppose I could write my own software, but I do
not want to reinvent this wheel if a perfectly good
one is available elsewhere.  On the other hand, if
nothing is currently available, is anyone else=20
interested in this type of software?  I think I might
be able to hack something suitable in VB6,=20
especially with the help some beta testers who
know the seismic game better than I do.




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