QtTerm AlternativesTerminal Emulators and other similar apps like QtTerm
RealTerm is a terminal program specially designed for capturing, controlling and debugging binary and other difficult data streams. It is far better for debugging comms than HyperTerminal. It has no support for dialing modems, BBS, etc. - that is what HyperTerminal does.
- - RealTerm is the most popular Windows alternative to QtTerm.
- - RealTerm is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to QtTerm.
Engineering, testing and debugging of serial communication. Supports RS-232/422/423/485 as well as TCP/IP Client/Server/AutoSocket, UDP/IP Client/Server/PairSocket and USB Ser/HID. Optimized for simple command sets of e.g. embedded systems.
YAT - Yet Another Terminal Features
CoolTerm is a simple serial port terminal application (no terminal emulation) that is geared towards hobbyists and professionals with a need to exchange data with hardware connected to serial ports such as servo controllers, robotic kits, GPS receivers, microcontrollers, etc.
- - CoolTerm is the most popular Mac & Linux alternative to QtTerm.
CuteCom is a graphical serial terminal aimed mainly at hardware developers or other people who need a terminal to talk to their devices.Discontinued
The project is no longer developed. Last version, 0.22.0, released in June 2009, can be still downloaded from the official website. It does not support terminal type emulation.
HyperTerminal is a terminal emulator capable of connecting to systems through TCP/IP Networks, Dial-Up Modems, and COM ports. Until Windows XP, it is included with the operating system, but, starting from Windows Vista, it has to be bought separately.
- - HyperTerminal is the most popular commercial alternative to QtTerm.
QuteSerial is a RS232 terminal in the veins of minicom, hyperterminal, and br@y's Terminal.exe. It allows you to access a old-fashioned RS232 (serial) port and display the received data in either a Hex or ASCII format.
moserial is a clean, friendly gtk-based serial terminal for the GNOME desktop. It is primarily intended for technical users and hardware hackers who need to communicate with embedded systems, test equipment, and serial consoles.
The idea is to create a simple and good looking terminal for being able to transmit to and from electronic boards and hardware. It can be configured to show data in hex or string format. It allows manual configuration of the port to use.