integral modem

integral modem

[′int·ə·grəl ¦mō‚dem]
(communications)
A modem built directly into a machine to enable it to communicate over a telephone line.
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Its integral modem allows it to provide dial-up access for up to 128 remote systems equipped with the XE900M.
The 'no product no bag' and 'misplaced product' functions together with the integral modem are standard features.
An optional integral modem for enhanced remote network management is also available.
The XE924M is a Base Access Point (BAP), its integral modem, allowing it to provide dial-up access for up to 128 remote systems equipped with the XE900M.
The integral modem comes with FCC Registration thus saving development time and cost by eliminating the need for further testing to FCC Part 68 Rules.
NetPath also incorporates an integral modem and full SNMP & TELNET agents to support proactive in-band as well as dial-in and dial-out management.
ROUTERmate-64 offers an optional integral modem for enhanced remote network management.
Adding to the integral ISDN TA options previously announced in the FRADs, the integral modem option supports Dial Network Access when ISDN isn't available.
Adding to the integral ISDN TA options available in the FRADs, the integral modem supports dial network access when ISDN isn't available or cost effective.
In cases where direct LAN access is not available, connectivity can be provided via a dial-up connection using SpectraComm ADT's integral modems.