Here is what GPS Splitter can do for you
Split one hardware port into multiple virtual ports
Usually, a GPS tracking device can only transmit data to one device or application at a time. You need to keep the serial port available for the application that is to receive the data and ensure that no other app is connected to the interface. This limitation is eliminated when using a GPS serial data splitter. The GPS data splitter software makes it possible to share the GPS transmission between multiple serial applications.
All connected applications receive the GPS data as it is sent from the device.
Take control over GPS device ports
Use of a GPS signal splitter allows you to gain more control over your system’s COM ports. The software allows you to create, delete, and disable the ports at any time.
Here’s an example of a GPS splitter in use. You have a GPS device and a single serial port as well as two applications that you would like to use simultaneously with the GPS data.
Simply connect the device to the serial port and use the software to create two virtual ports. Now both applications can communicate with the device at the same time.
Redirect data from one port to another
GPS Splitter lets two devices interact with each other by redirecting data from one serial port to another one. When using GPS apps you often need to configure your COM2 port in a specific way. That can be done using GPS Splitter.
The software features many flexible settings which enable you to modify the software to operate based on your particular requirements.
Create bundles of GPS receiver ports
GPS Splitter enables you to use your virtual ports to create complex port bundles. You can create several data flows from a single virtual port and send them to other ports or consolidate multiple data flows into one.
This feature can be useful when working with a GPS simulation application with two other programs. Data transmitted out through a virtual port can be split and read by the two programs at the OUT end of the bundle. This type of data traffic flow works in both directions.