Category: Network and modem
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 21KB
Operating System: DOS/Windows 3.1, Windows 95 or Windows NT based systems, OS/2, UNIX, and LINUX
Latest Version / Release Date: V.23 / NA
NewCom's 56kifxvC internal data/fax modem uses the most advanced technology known as “USR X2” technology. This is supported by the 56K system. Users now enjoy opening applications for online entertainment, education and business as well as news, sports and personal computer faxing. It can download as much as 56Kbps or 33.6Kbps upload data speeds with 14.4Kbps fax service entry. It is said that NewCom produced this modem in order to connect to the internet at faster rates. It is also suitable for business computer networks, facsimile machines, bulletin boards and online games. Users can also use their respective modems to receive telephone calls via the computer. What's more, these The modems can be easily installed and are most flexible in all operating programs such as Windows 3.x, Windows95, WindowsNT, OS/2, UNIX, Linux or other legacy system.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The modem also boasts of a plug and play installation. It can also be easily detected by any computer. Finally, the modem is guaranteed and certified by Hayes-Smart, Bell and CCITT (ITU) standards. Through these, it can also adapt to communicate with other modem/fax devices that operate at similar or slower speeds. Standard faxing conventions are also supported and basic AT modem commands with “S Registers” are available as well as recognizable. Commonly used as a modem device, this can connect a personal computer or laptop to the Internet. The amount of data in these modems are measured through bits per second or bps. You see this when you have successfully connected your computer or laptop to the Internet. Another way of measuring is through Baud. This counts the number of times the modem changes its signal state per second. A lot of high speed and advanced modems are being invented nowadays. These are known as cable modems, DSL or ADSL modems. In big industries (notably in telecommunications), they use wide band radio modems. This wide band modems sends repeating frames of data at very high data rates over microwave radio links. Reports also say that a number of microwave modems can only send more than a hundred million bits per second. Radio networks, on the other hand, only use narrow band radio modems. This is mostly used for low data rates of up to 19.2k. A different type of modem, known as the optical modem, sends out data over optical fibers. This can be seen through most intercontinental data links. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 56kifxvC Internal Voice Modem errors before installing any driver updates.