EuroViVa 56LC-V

Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: EuroViva
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 0.05 MiB
Operating System: Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP and NT

Windows device driver information for EuroViVa 56LC-V

The EuroViva 56 LC-V driver is designed for use in the corresponding modem. The modem is a data Fax voice modem, which utilizes the V.90 communication protocol. This means that the modem adheres to the International Telecommunication Union standards, which sets the speeds for modems in this category to transfer data at 56 kilobytes per second. It also means that this modem can upload data at a maximum rate of 33.6 kilobytes per second. The communication buses in the modem adhere to the ISA standards, while its functions are primarily based on windows 98, Windows 95 and Windows NT. The modem uses the V.44 compression methods. The fax modulation standards employed by this modem include the v.17; v.27ter, v.29, and TIA class 1 and Group 3. It also has a parallel interface, which executes 8-bits HPI. The power requirement for the modem is set at 35 Mw.

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The EuroViva 56c-Vmodem assumes that one end of the modem connection based on a digital telephone network. Such networks are commonly used by organizations and ISPs for purposes of providing remote access to their mobile workers. The V.90 assumption is designed to take advantage hi-speed digital connections. As such, the modem usually speeds up transfer on the downstream the host computer from the server. Unlike analog modems, the EuroViva 56C-V modem encodes downstream data. Analog modems on the other hand modulate downstream data. The EuroViva 56C-V Modem transfers data in an asymmetrical manner, such that upstream data flows at 33.6 kbps. Data sent from the modem (upstream data) is much slower since it is transmitted as analog data. The driver for the EuroViva56C-V modem is provided by the device manufacturer on purchase but can also be downloaded from the official manufacturer website as a freeware. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and EuroViVa 56LC-V errors before installing any driver updates.