Category: Network and Modem
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.2 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.43.027 / 04 Aug 2006
This communication hardware component is used to allow host computer systems to log into remote network environments like the Internet. The device driver of this hardware component allows it to take advantage of the V.90 communication standards. The DSI D-F-V V.90 DI3635 modem makes it possible to implement downstream data transmissions that can reach 56 kilobits per second using conventional telephone lines. The upstream portion of the data transmission usually caps at 33 kilobits per second depending on the quality of the connection. The device driver for the DSI D-F-V V.90 DI3635 combines the functionality of the X2 and K56flex technologies for data transmissions. The lower upstream data transmission rate is commonly attributed to the process of converting the digital file to its analog counterpart in order to send it across analog telephone lines. The process is inverted at the other end to translate the analog signal into a complete digital file.
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Since the DSI D-F-V V.90 DI3635 supports the activation of the V.90 technology via its device driver, it omits the process of demodulating the downstream data transmission. Instead it has the functionality of decoding multibit voltage streams generates as pulses through the communication lines. It treats the pulses as though they are parts of a digital information. In this context the device driver for this communication hardware component makes the process of receiving information faster. Since the device driver supports the V.90 communication standard it also provides support for the V.44 compression algorithm which is normally deployed in conjunction with the technology. Data packets which are sent through the lines are normally split into smaller bits of information to make it easier to maintain its integrity by implementing error correction techniques. The error correction process attempts to compare the received data packet with the specifications declared within the sent file. If the specifications do not match the receiving machine requests the resending of the specific data packet. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DSI D-F-V V.90 DI3635 errors before installing any driver updates.