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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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Agilent's Digital Modem library eliminates the need for this effort.
OFDM systems with 52 non-zero 64QAM -modulated carriers [1,2] produce time-domain signals with a crest factor of 19, which would lead to very inefficient implementations in terms of wordlength in the digital modem and data converters, and of dynamic range in the analog front-end.
The satellite portion is equipped with a digital modem to transmit e-mail.
Motorola's new digital modem, code-named BitSURFR, will sell in the low $400s, according to Berryhill.
Comtech Systems was selected for this project due to its reliable innovative system designs, its long history as a world leader in troposcatter equipment and systems, and its high data rate, field proven troposcatter digital modem technology.
It will use Comtech Systems' adaptive digital modem, troposcatter radio system and high power amplifiers, as well as antennas.
The supanet broadband Internet access kit includes a digital modem, sign-up CD, cables and instruction manual.
-- Cable modems helped contribute to a strong quarter overall in the digital modem arena.
Cahners In-Stat Group's analog and digital modem quarterly service reveals that, while many vendors introduce products, actual shipment information shows only an elite group of vendors shipping in volume.
Comtech Systems will be supplying its adaptive digital modem, troposcatter radio system and high power amplifiers, as well as antennas.

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