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(from a combination of MOdulate and DEModulate) electronic equipment consisting of a device used to connect computers by a telephone line

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Robotics analog modem family includes controller-based, contollerless and softmodems in external, internal and laptop form factors.
Available in both an industrial, ruggedized version and a mass market commercial model, the C2C[TM] provides IP interworking capabilities to an analog modem interface in a single box solution.
Chips for analog modems will decline significantly through 2002 as digital modems at higher speeds replace analog ones and the industry moves to integrated controllerless and soft modems.
One billion analog modems designed into over 50 percent of PCs and satellite set-top boxes worldwide,
The reorganization will include the sale of its PC card and analog modem businesses, and will result in a one time charge of up to $300 million.
We] already lead the market in Windows-based software modems, the fastest growing segment of the huge analog modem market.
1 selling modem brand, as millions of PC users around the globe first connected to the Internet with the company's analog modem.
As part of that transaction, Conexant is transferring ownership of a number of analog modem patents and Local Area Network (LAN) patents to PCTEL.
Robotics' analog modem business serves as the foundation of our company, so we are thrilled to once again break into a new year leading the desktop modem retail market with our heritage product line," said Amy Hansen, product line manager, analog modems, U.
Optional Dial Backup Interface Modules (DIMs) prevent network downtime using either ISDN BRI or analog modem technology to dial around a failed primary circuit, protecting mission critical applications.