AISG Free Download

The University of Sheffield AISG Freeware provides a cut down version of the device emulator available in the Test Tool. It is designed to help test whether a Primary station follows the communication protocol specified by AISG1. A log of the HDLC frame exchange is provided on screen and in the form of a text log, which is stored on the hard disk. The device emulator can hold the description data of only one device at a time, and the represented device cannot be deleted. It is possible to overwrite a device, but devices may not have the same Unique ID.

Features of Version 1.1sd: Secondary Mode Only (Demonstration version)

  • AISG1 1.0 Compliant.
  • Secondary tool emulates RET and TMA responses. *
  • Implemented Global, RET** and TMA** command set.
  • Implemented Software Download protocol.
  • Implemented Baudrate auto-adjustment:
  • Logging of link activity
  • Save/Load device status
  • Supports vendor specific commands (payload declared in hex).

* Demonstration version limited to RET/TMA responses to SET/GET Data commands.

** Not available in Demonstration version

System Requirements

Hardware

  • 1 serial port (2 if Interface will be run as Control station and Virtual device in the same machine)
  • 1 Null modem cable (RS232).
  • Serial Connection parameters supported are: 9600, 38400 and 115200 Kbps, no flow control, 8 bits data, no parity, 1 stop bit.
  • Video Graphics Adapter – at least 256 colour palette (Java requirement)
  • Hard Disk space – at least 50 MB for operation (depends on application log size), 20 MB in Windows root directory for temporary files during installation.

Software was tested on PC´s with Pentium III @ 800 MHz, 256 Mb RAM and Pentium Celeron @ 1.3GHz, 256 Mb RAM

Software

  • Windows 98/NT4.0_SP6/2000/XP
  • Java™ 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition, build 1.4.1_02-b06 or higher
  • Java HotSpot™ Client VM, build 1.4.1_02-b06, mixed mode
  • Java™ Communications API version 2.0

Tested on Windows 98, Windows 2000 SP2 and Windows XP SP1

NB: Required versions of Java Components are NOT supported in
Windows 95