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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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The SLM-5650C and SLM-5650C ODU CyberLynx Software Defined Modems and the SLM-5650B Satellite Modem are all commercially available.
Bad blood between Apple and Qualcomm stems from various reasons, but one of them revolves around the modem. Qualcomm charges Apple $30 per modem and additionally, has been asking for a $7.50 royalty.
This scenario would be sensible if Apple's in-house modems are stand-alone chips but would be less viable if its own cellular-baseband processors were integrated directly into its A-series chips, as iPhones with the integrated baseband processors would likely have smaller logic boards.
Cellular Insights said the difference is most noticeable in very weak signal conditions, in which the iPhone X with a Qualcomm modem experienced 67 percent faster LTE download speeds on average compared to the Intel model.
Knowing how a modem has performed in the past can make the difference between fixing a problem the first time and repeated service calls.
The Joint IP Modem hardware represents the latest open-standards based satellite networking technology.
This incredible new offer allows PTCL landline customers to avail free wi-fi modem by ordering a PTCL Broadband Pakistan Internet connection.
Radicom's modules also work with older, or "legacy," modems. "A customer may call and say, 'We cannot connect to XYZ-type modems.'" said Tsau.
They are available as standalone solutions or offered in conjunction with Conexant's home network processors, DSL and cable modem semiconductor system solutions.
From the facilities' perspective, this means that tenants using individual modems for each computer may require large numbers of telephone lines to the facility along with additional telephone-line wiring to numerous work locations.
The two modems are NTT East's MNV and NTT West's MV, both of which were put on the market in March, said the regional units of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp.