Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: ZyXEL
Caution Level: Safe
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/XP/NT 4
Latest Version / Release Date: / 05 Apr 2009

Windows device driver information for ADSL Modem USB

ADSL modem USB is a very cost-effective way for any of the users to link to ADSL broadband. ADSL is an acronym for Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL). It is a type of DSL, that is, a technology for data communications which is useful for faster transmission of data through telephone lines of copper. It facilitates the connection of computers to routers or through to a DSL telephone line so as to be able to use ADSL services. Its data transmission speed is much faster than that of a conventional voiceband modem. This is because it uses frequencies which are not typically used during a voice phone call. Like numerous other modems, this product is a transceiver type hence it is sometimes referred to as ATU-R or simply, DSL Transceiver/ DSL modem. In some countries, an ADSL modem is also referred to as NTBBA which stands for network termination broad band adapter.

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ADSL modems typically use two different user interfaces; one of them is Ethernet and the other is USB. As the name suggests, ADSL Modem USB uses a USB interface. USB is an acronym for Universal Serial Bus and refers to a standard used to link devices with host computers. The design of USBs permits several peripherals to be linked to one interface socket. It replaces different kinds of serial as well as parallel ports. The ADSL modem therefore connects to the computer through a USB port which offers a much faster and reliable data connection speed. Other components which the ADSL modem requires to be able to function properly include a filter, analog chip as well as digital data pump for DSL and power supply. ADSL modems are useful devices and are among the most commonly used productXELs in a home environment. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ADSL Modem USB errors before installing any driver updates.