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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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In 1999, 38 percent of the dial-up modems sold were full-hardware modems, 37 percent were controller-less and only 25 percent were full-software modems.
During the link negotiation process, the modems recognize the highest modulation speed common to both modems and transmit at that speed.
For Macintosh disciples, two favored fax modems are the Sportster 2400 MAC&FAX and the Sportster 14,000 MAC&FAX.
2400 baud modems will usually operate at all three speeds; 1200 baud modems will usually work at 1200 and 300 baud; 300 baud modems will only operate at 300 baud).
The Secure Access Modem (SAM) in conjunction with a Secure Access Controller (SAC) , authenticates remote users attempting to access protected network equipment, such as switches, routers and multiplexers.
Using our expertise in wide area networking technology, specifically modems and communications software, we have created an easy-to-use, seamless remote connectivity package for the LAN communications market.
has added the low cost WHM900 RF Modem Module to its Embedded Modem Module family.
NASDAQ:SCKT), the Mobile Connection(TM) Company, today announced availability of its SDIO 56K Modem Card.
a leading provider of broadband communication and networking solutions, today announced the unveiling of its USB/Serial 56K External Modem, a high-performance analog modem that gives Internet users greater flexibility and reliability than ever before.
11 mobility software and software-defined radio products, today announced that Conexant has acquired PCTEL's soft modem operation.
The SiW1711, SiW1712 and SiW1713 radio modems are currently sampling with volume production scheduled for Q2 2003.
com) in the May and August 2002 issues of Cable Datacom News, Toshiba has shipped 50,000 more DOCSIS modems than its closest competitor during the first half of 2002.
Tests conducted by Cox engineers and feedback from system managers across the country made it clear that Toshiba's PCX DOCSIS modems are some of the highest quality cable modems available today.
The Toshiba cable modems and Cox High Speed Internet service discounts will be donated through Computers for Families, a non-profit organization that acquires new and used computer equipment from businesses and distributes it to families that cannot afford to purchase the equipment.