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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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Digital modem users will be able to obtain this upgraded technology via an Internet download on their PCs, as PC and modem manufacturers make them available.
Comtech Systems will supply its field proven, fully synthesized over-the-horizon microwave radios utilizing its patented state-of-the-art adaptive digital modem.
Commstack will be introducing two classes of cores, each consisting of a number of individual functions which may be combined to provide a complete digital modem solution capable of OC-3 (155 Mbps) data rates and more.
The report, Analog and Digital Modem Quarterly (No.
Intersil's digital modem solution includes the company's 7060 chip set and 37030 reference design, allowing equipment manufacturers to cost-effectively increase the data capacity of fixed broadband wireless networking equipment.
Price reductions on its expandable modem pool products include a list price reduction on the SST Analog Modem Pool chassis with 16 modems from $3,595 to $2,995 and a list price reduction of the SST Digital Modem Pool chassis, including 24 central site V.
More recently, he was the driving force behind the industry's first business model for merchandising digital modem services and associated products through an MSO-owned retail chain (The WIZ.

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