What are the capabilities/limitations of the NSP Pro?
With NSP Pro you can easily connect modems, scales, laboratory
instruments, bar code readers, and virtually any other serial
port device to a network. NSP Pro's exclusive Virtual Serial Port
capability allows accessing the connected devices from remote
locations as though they were local resources!
Using the NSP Pro, can the Data Stream be maniuplated?
Datastreams content and timing can be manipulated with custom
software, which is supported by the NSP Pro Software Development
Kit (NSP SDK). The reference designs provided in source code format
in the NSP SDK are a starting point for any custom design you
may find necessary, thus saving you time on your development schedule.
What is the protocol for NSP Pro data transfers?
The NSP Pro transfers data using the industry standard TELNET
protocol, which supports Transmit Data (TD) and Receive Data (RD)
in both directions. The NSP Pro framework also supports modem
control line and modem status line capture control and manipulation.
While TELNET is essentially a TD and RD interface, other modem
and flow control lines (such as DSR, DTR, etc) and can be implemented
by using the NSP SDK.
The next release of the NSP Pro will support both the TELNET
protocol and an additional protocol which provides full integration
of modem control and status lines.
Can the NSP Pro be integrated into embedded products
The NSP SDK is necessary to implement prototype embedded platforms.
Moving from prototype to production may expose customers to additional
requirements depending on the various applications which may be
used. Should this become necessary, we are available to support
your endeavors with custom engineering and/or source code licensing
How does the NSP Pro operate with Linux and Unix?
The NSP Pro supports the industry standard TELNET interface is
interoperable with most TELNET implementions in Windows and Unix
How Can I license the source code?
A source code license is available, please contact us for more