With serial remote control
protocols the standard communication format consists of a command being sent to the
device, which then replies with an acknowledge and/or data bytes.
In order to gain an estimate of the time taken for a device to reply to a
command, the usual approach has involved studying oscilloscope traces while monitoring
data signals from breakout boxes.
ComTimer can transmit a sequence of commands and time the arrival of the
response to millisecond accuracy using the high precision timers available in Pentium
Commands to be sent can be selected from a predefined list covering