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modem

a device used to connect a COMPUTER to the public telephone network to enable the computer to transmit or receive information from other computers sited some distance away.
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Projected Technology Adoption Cycle for ADSL Modems
The fax tool of choice these days is the fax modem, a device that combines the features of a fax machine and a modem.
There are many modems that can be added to the above computer systems to complete a communications package.
The easy-to-install WHM900 RF Modem provides a standard serial TTL compatible interface.
The Socket SD Modem supports a variety of advanced features including Quick Connect, Modem-On-Hold and Caller ID.
22 Software Modem Library consists of the following International Telecommunications Union (ITU)-T compliant components: V.
The modems offer a host of benefits, including capabilities for dual-network wireless communications, increased performance through reduced latencies, near real-time message delivery, the ability to quickly transfer large amounts of data, satellite back-up for seamless coverage and higher message delivery rates than any other QUAKE modem previously produced.
44 standards(1), the USB/Serial 56K External Modem can connect to any PC using either a USB or serial cable.
Conexant has a long history of innovation and leadership in modem technology, and our connectivity solutions can be found in a wide variety of products including desktop and notebook computers, handheld devices, video game consoles, and set-top boxes," said Matt Rhodes, president of Conexant's Broadband Communications segment.
0 certified modem from Toshiba that uses both advanced time division multiple access (A-TDMA) and synchronous code division multiple access (S-CDMA) protocols.
The SiW1711, SiW1712 and SiW1713 radio modems are currently sampling with volume production scheduled for Q2 2003.