Hayes compatible

Hayes compatible

Analog modems controlled by the Hayes command language. See AT command set.
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To utilize Schedule+ 95 integration you will of course need Microsoft Schedule+ 95, and to utilize the telephone (fax) features it will be necessary to have a Hayes compatible modem and a fax program such as Microsoft Windows 95 Fax at Work.
At the beginning of that year, five internal 1200 bps Smart Link modems (Hayes compatible) purchased for experiments in data communications.
Modems that emulate commands first introduced by Hayes, a pioneer of modem technology, are said to be "Hayes compatible" or "to have an AT command set," since all Hayes commands are prefaced by "AT."
It will operate on any IBM compatible personal computer equipped with at least 256K RAM and a Hayes compatible modem.
The HMD-2404M and HMD-2404MP are Hayes compatible. Both can operate at 300, 1200 and 2400 bps (bits per second) transmission speeds; the effective throughput is doubled to up to 4800 bps with the data compression feature.
DOS 3.0 (or higher) and Hayes Smartmodem or 100 percent Hayes compatible modem (operating at 1200 or 2400 baud) are also required.