Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: Cardinal Technologies
Caution Level: Intermediate
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP

Windows device driver information for Cardinal-MVP144XV2

The modem Cardinal MVP144XV2 is among the top makers of modem drivers in the late 1990s. Cardinal MVP144XV2 is Cardinal Technologies, one of the principal subsidiaries of Hayes Corporation. Hayes Corporation is considered a top manufacturer and developer in the field of personal computer modem industry. The modem Cardinal MVP144XV2 is among the series of PC modems that Cardinal Technologies in known for. Modem, such as Cardinal MVP144XV2, is a device that can modulate any analog signal converting and encoding it into digital information. Modem device can also demodulate carrier signal allowing transmitted information to be decoded. Modem is derived from the terms modulator-demodulator. The main role of using modem device is to be able to easily produce a signal which can be transmitted and decoded easily in order to replicate the original digital data. Nowadays, modems such as Cardinal MVP144XV2 are widely used in various methods of transmitting analog signals.

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Cardinal MVP144XV2 modem essentially performs similar operation as that of other smart modems, which is to send digital data over a phone line or via wireless. Modem was initially developed during the 1960s as a medium to enable terminals to connect to computers via phone lines. As personal computers gradually became a popular in the late 1970s, a new method in modem development was also introduced. This was the bulletin board systems (BBS). In BBS, a client simply sets up a personal computer with a modem and a BBS software. Other users can then dial in order to connect to the bulletin board. Users can then run terminal emulators on their computers thereby creating a dumb terminal.A major breakthrough in modem technology came during the early 1980s. In 1981, Hayes Communications, the same company that owns Cardinal Technologies who is responsible for Cardinal MP144XV2, introduced a more advance modem technology widely known as Smartmodem. Smartmodem was a standard 103A 300-bit/s modem that was attached to a small controller. Computers can easily send commands to smart modem to operate the phone line. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Cardinal-MVP144XV2 errors before installing any driver updates.