Askey CNR V.92 Modem

Category: Network and modem
Manufacturer: Askey
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: N.A.
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows NT 4, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: / 11 Sep 2001

Windows device driver information for Askey CNR V.92 Modem

Askey’s pioneer product is the CNR V.92 Modem. This device boasts of flexibility. It is a compliant of Intel CNR 1.0 Interface, ITU-T V.90 data and fax modem riser backward compatible to K56flex, V.34 as well as lower speeds. It is also designed to support Intel, VIA, SIS and ALI chipsets. It also includes a handset exclusion feature for uninterrupted data or Internet connection. One of its unique features is the wake-up on-ring, which serves as a type of alarm clock. The device can also provide call progress monitoring features. The modem has only one limitation – it does not contain any jumper. Thus, this can only be set up with motherboards that have an integrated audio-codec as the primary device on the CNR socket. Modems are also referred to as modulators and demodulators. This is the one responsible for the word “modem” - a device that modulates an analog carrier signal in order to program digital information. It also demodulates a carrier signal to decode the transmitted information.

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In order to produce a signal that is easily sent as well as decoded replica of the original data, there is a need to use analog signals from driven diodes and onto a radio. It is also known as one of the modems that belong to 56k speed connections. The first modems were actually known as 56k modems. Both 28.8K and 33.6K reached its end when the 56k hit the market scene although these were once the biggest competitors of 56k. However, in order to achieve the desired speeds, there is a need to have different modems. This is even if there are chances that it may or may not work over a standard phone line. But 56k modems changed all those older models. Users now may have a faster connection using existing phone lines. Even if these modems can still work similar to old modems, it is also way faster. At current, the “real” competitors of 56k are the newest technologies such as high-speed technologies like ISDNs, cable modems and xDSLs or ADL, SDSL and others. The common usage of this device is through connecting your personal computer or laptop to the Internet. The amount of data in the modem is measured through bits per second or bps. You can see this when you have successfully connected your computer or laptop. Another way to measure 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 these days. These are known as cable modems, DSLs or ADSL modems. In big industries (notably in telecommunications), they use wide band radio modems. This wide band modems send out 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. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Askey CNR V.92 Modem errors before installing any driver updates.