3JTeck uModem Serial Wave Device

Category: Network and Modem
Manufacturer: 3JTech Communications Corp.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 167.5 KB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows NT, Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.0.1 / 05/20/2003

Windows device driver information for 3JTeck uModem Serial Wave Device

The 3JTeck uModem Serial Wave Device is a type of communication device that is plugged into the serial port of the host computer system. As a modem it is equipped with data, fax, and voice functionalities. The voice and speakerphone features require not only the installation of the correct device driver but also of an appropriate software application that has telephony features. It is classified as a wave device because when properly activated by its device driver the hardware can be used to record incoming voice calls and play them back to the default wave device of the operating system. This means that the device driver of the 3JTeck uModem Serial Wave Device will install its own audio driver aside from that used by the sound card. The audio driver of the modem however can work in conjunction with that of the default sound card. Primarily both audio components support the same range of codecs that allow the implementation of the record and playback function.

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In some instances the audio component of the 3JTeck uModem Serial Wave Device when initiated by the device driver will handle the recording feature and pass on the output of the playback to the default sound card. Like most device drivers, the one used with this hardware component provides the necessary details to the operating system and includes it in the Windows Registry to be accessible to any software application. The device driver for the 3JTeck uModem Serial Wave Device will provide the control flags, initialization strings, and responses to be used by the modem. When using its fax component the device driver is partially responsible for defining the fax class used for transmitting and receiving fax messages. The display driver also communicates with the appropriate software application to make sure that the correct feature set of the hardware will be activated. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 3JTeck uModem Serial Wave Device errors before installing any driver updates.