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Modem Qualification

Posted on 1997-12-06
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I need the explanation from many kind of modem.
There are voice mode, svd modem, dsvd modem, etc.
Please explain it to me
Thanl's
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by:magigraf
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Sabar...

Modem are as follows:

Standard modem   =  Data only
SVD modem        =  Simultaneous Voice and Data
DSVD modem       =  Digital Simultaneous Voice and Data

Now does this help you or not?? Let me know if you need more specs.
Regards

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by:sabar
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I need the explanation, not just abbreviation from ... is ...
But thank's for your trial
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by:magigraf
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That's what I said, if you need more specs just ask, didn't say reject my answer. ;-(
I'll post you the details shortly.
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by:sabar
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sorry magi, i don't mean it.
please post/send me more information about that modem classification
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Digital earned 50 total points
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Standard Modem Only will transmit in "Data" or "Binary" form, for example: you can log on to a BBS with this, or a ISP. Normal modem without voice support.
Symiltanious (sp?) voice and data will alow you to use the modem to call an ISP and to talk through the mic port on the modem.
Digital (that's me!)Simultaneous Voice and Data lets you do the same as the SVD except it is more clear and refined
Hope that helps you out there...
-Digital
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