AVM ISDN-Controller B1 Family

Category: System and Controller
Manufacturer: AVM
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not Specified
Operating System: Windows NT/2000/XP/98
Latest Version / Release Date: / 16 Apr 2001

Windows device driver information for AVM ISDN-Controller B1 Family

AVM ISDN-Controller B1 Family falls under the system and controllers category. It is compatible with Windows NT, 2000, XP and 98 platforms. Additional requirements include Windows 98 SE and NT 4. The AVM ISDN-Controller B1 Family is equipped with the Strong T Multi Tasking RISC processor that makes it possible to process both ISDN basic rate interface B channels concurrently. This is in addition ton 1 MB RAM (fast static). The processor transforms the AVM ISDN-Controller B1 Family into an ideal device for the software applications that demand system stability as well as high data transfer rates. The device comes with supports for both B and D channel protocols. To function effectively, the AVM ISDN-Controller B1 Family requires the use of a computer with a Pentium processor, a CD-ROM drive for software installation as well as a free PCI slot that is fully compliant with 2.1 specifications.

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AVM ISDN-Controller B1 Family is integrated with a PCI bus mastering DMA as well as a through put of 1 by 16kbit/s and 2 by 64 bit/s. It comes with support for 1.1 CAPI as well as GSM, fax polling and DTMF applications. The device is backward with B1 driver software and hardware. The product package comes with AVM NDIS WAN CAPI driver, an AVM ISDN CAPI port driver, an ISDN cable and a user's manual. The AVM ISDN-Controller B1 Family is CE certified and also conforms with R&TTE; Directive. To use the functions of the device better and more easily, users are advised to only install appropriate and most recent drivers. In addition, the frequent of the drivers comes highly recommended. Old drivers should not be used as they cause device errors and conflicts. Recent drivers may be downloaded for free from the manufacturer's website. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AVM ISDN-Controller B1 Family errors before installing any driver updates.