kermit-serial data - Protocols

This is a discussion on kermit-serial data - Protocols ; hi, An ECG(Electro Cardio Graph) machine is connected to a COMM1 port and is constantly outputing data. Well how can i read this data comming from serial device and store it in a file using kermit. Well i am doing ...

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    hi,

    An ECG(Electro Cardio Graph) machine is connected to a COMM1 port and
    is constantly outputing data.

    Well how can i read this data comming from serial device and store it
    in a file using kermit.

    Well i am doing this for the first time and i do know this is not a
    complicated problem. But a humble request to you all, do answer it when
    you have free time .

    Clues :
    1] the serial device is configured using following
    set line , set speed , set flow,
    2] as a next step i need to read the values comming from that device
    and store it in
    file.

    Thanks for your time
    with best regards
    Vikrant


  2. Re: kermit-serial data

    On 2005-03-31, vikrant.shahir@gmail.com wrote:
    : An ECG(Electro Cardio Graph) machine is connected to a COMM1 port and
    : is constantly outputing data.
    :
    : Well how can i read this data comming from serial device and store it
    : in a file using kermit.
    :
    First make the connection so that you see the right stuff coming on your
    screen. Then, the easy way to record this stuff in a file is with the
    command:

    LOG SESSION

    This creates a file named session.log in Kermit's current directory that
    contains a copy of all the characters that come in from the EKG. Of course
    you can also specify a different name and/or location for the file, and
    if you wish you can also have the data appended to an existing file rather
    than creating a new file; e.g.:

    LOG SESSION C:/EKG/LOGS/20050331.LOG APPEND

    Use the HELP command to get information about syntax and options of
    different commands, e.g. "help log".

    : Well i am doing this for the first time and i do know this is not a
    : complicated problem. But a humble request to you all, do answer it when
    : you have free time .
    :
    : Clues :
    : 1] the serial device is configured using following
    : set line , set speed , set flow,
    : 2] as a next step i need to read the values comming from that device
    : and store it in
    : file.
    :
    The method above is the easiest, but other methods can give you more
    control over starting and stopping the log, filtering, and so forth.

    - Frank

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