K56flex

K56flex

(protocol)
A modem standard developed by Rockwell for 56 kbps communications. K56flex Became more popular than the rival X2 but will be superseded by the official V.90 standard.

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The reason: There's a competing technology out there, called K56Flex, that's about to be introduced, and the two technologies are not compatible.
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90 or K56flex standard, then automatically switches to use the compatible technology.