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Help me identify this modem

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I have an older modem that I want to identify.  There are 6 DIP switches to set the COM port
(so it's not PnP).  One of the chips says

RC144DPi
R6645-20
(C) Rockwell 93

which suggests it's 14.4.  There is a yellow sticker on the underside that says

F-1114HV/R6 (model #)
BPC#090055 94-482-123393

Is that enough info?

Mike
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