XPort - freeware alternative to GPSGate

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XPort - freeware alternative to GPSGate

Post by DarryDoo » Sun Nov 30, 2008 3:18 am

Share a GPS with multiple applications by creating multiple virtual serial ports.

http://curioustech.home.insightbb.com/xport.html
XPort COM port splitter for Windows XP and Windows Vista.
Compatible with all GPS and Navigation software.
Used by Military, Fire/EMS, Police, and consumers everywhere around the world.
Recommended by Microsoft, USGlobalSat, Pharos, and others.

* Up to 8 virtual, bi-directional ports for simultaneous application usage.
* Optimized to use very little memory. Much smaller than any other solution available.
* Scans and repairs the COM port arbiter to free up unused ports after drivers leave them allocated.
* Scan is only compatible with NMEA 0183 and SiRF Binary protocols, but the splitter handles any form of data transparently as long as it's continuous.
* Fixes most hibernation issues. Any USB device, including hubs can be automatically stopped and restarted when hibernating.

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Re: XPort - freeware alternative to GPSGate

Post by ACalcutt » Sun Nov 30, 2008 1:06 pm

Looks good. do you happen to know if it supports 64bit vista?

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Re: XPort - freeware alternative to GPSGate

Post by tomjery » Wed Dec 03, 2014 12:46 am

Never could get Netstumbler to work for me.. I think mostly because of it's radio reqirement

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Re: XPort - freeware alternative to GPSGate

Post by ACalcutt » Thu Dec 04, 2014 3:29 pm

tomjery wrote:Never could get Netstumbler to work for me.. I think mostly because of it's radio reqirement
NetStumbler does not work with Vista or above (it will load but not find any network adapters). This is why I started Vistumbler in the first place, way back in 2007.

A few years back the developers of netstumbler said they planned to update netstumbler, but I don't think that ever happened.

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