Hayes-compatible

Hayes-compatible

(communications)
A description of a modem which understands the same set of commands as one made by Hayes.

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The market stabilized around the Hayes-compatible standard, and pretty soon, if you wanted to check CompuServe or MCI Mail or remotely log in to your company network, you needed a Hayes-compatible modem.
1 or greater, a Hayes-compatible modem, access to a telecommunications network, and access to a printer and fax machine (optional).
1 or higher (fully compatible with Windows 95 and Windows NT); a Hayes-compatible modem (9600 baud or higher recommended); and any printer (laser is highly recommended).
The hardware must be Hayes-compatible, and the faster the baud rate, the better.
The services provided are digitally coded voice, fax at 2,400 bits per second and data communication at 2,400 bits per second by means of an RS232 Hayes-compatible personal-computer (PC) interface.
This on-line personal investing program is a DOS-based sofeware product that runs on IBM or 100% compatible computers that have at least 64D K of memory and a Hayes-compatible modern.
0 or better), a color (EGA/VGA) or monochrome monitor, and a 2400 baud Hayes-compatible modern.
A Hayes-compatible modem is required for both versions of the program while a printer is optional.
Other peripherals needed for installation and optimum performance include a CD-ROM drive, a Hayes-compatible modem for auto-dialing, and a Windows-compatible network for multiple users.
To use this feature you need a Hayes-compatible modem.
Zoom Telegraphics' Fax Modem 9624 is a Hayes-compatible device, which you can plug in to the serial port of your IBM or compatible PC or Macintosh.
Users need either an IBM PC or PS/2-compatible computer with a minimum of 640K memory, a hard drive, a CD-ROM drive that supports the High Sierra/ISO format, and a Hayes-compatible modem to utilize the auto-dial feature.