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digital modem

A device that adapts digital signals from one transmission system to another. For example, the term may refer to an ISDN, DSL or cable modem. Contrast with analog modem. See cable modem, DSL, ISDN and modem.
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In-Stat's report, Q2 2000 Analog and Digital Modem Market Shares (No.
everything chip set solution, because it powers the vast array of high-speed Internet services and adheres to the multitude of analog and digital modem standards.
Lucent's WildCard software-enhanced Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line modem solution will provide PC and standalone modem users with the flexibility to send and receive high-speed Internet data over regular phone lines between standards-based, digital modem equipment currently deployed in the majority of telephone company central offices in the United States.
The analog and digital modem market share report discloses a continuing recovery of the analog modem market, which grew 7% sequentially in Q4 98, representing 14 million modems shipped and $1.
Berryhill said reaction to the product has been strong, especially on the Internet, where Motorola received 28,000 hits," or inquiries, about its digital modem.
Unlike board-level solutions, the Equinox Digital Modem Pool resides outside the server, and connects to an Equinox SuperSerial controller board in the server.
The chipsets contain a state-of-the-art digital modem that has been designed to provide maximum throughput in the most challenging environments.
Comtech Systems will supply the complete communications system, including tactical over-the-horizon microwave radios, its state of the art 8MB adaptive digital modem, as well as multiplex and cryptographic equipment and power generation equipment.
Future system splits that combine the RF part with the digital modem while the MAC functions are performed by a host system can also be accommodated.

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