ISDN Adapter (USB Passive , D,S )

Category: Network and Modems
Manufacturer: Pro-Nets Technology Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 580.6 KB
Operating System: Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.0.23 / 22 Jun 2005

Windows device driver information for ISDN Adapter (USB Passive , D,S )

ISDN Adapter (USB Passive , D,S ) is a network adapter that is compatible with Windows 2000 platform. ISDN Adapter (USB Passive , D,S ) comes with an integrated serial controller. The advantage of this is that it allows users to connect the device to an external data transmission device. The ISDN Adapter (USB Passive , D,S ) also come with an ISDN data transmission controller. The transmission controller is usually connected to the serial controller. The computer's CPU is charged with the duty of controlling the transmission controller. The ISDN Adapter (USB Passive, D,S ) is compatible with modems which have to be connected to its serial port without the presence of the INT -14 – H interface for the all important evaluation process. The ISDN Adapter (USB Passive, D,S ) allows users to connect their computers and share information.

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The ISDN Adapter (USB Passive, D,S ) is a device with a high throughput rate. Where users are to transmit information over telephone lines, they have to make use of acoustic couplers as well as modems. The coupler and the modem allow users to convert their information into a form that will permit the connection of a telephone network to the computer. For data to be transmitted onto a telephone network it has to be first turned into analog form. ISDN Adapter (USB Passive, D,S ) is different from the ISDN Adapter (USB Active) in that the former cannot handle communication protocols as it does not come with a processor. In the ISDN Adapter (USB Passive , D,S ), the computer's Central Processing Unit (CPU) is charged with the duty of handling the protocols. Only the most recent and appropriate drivers should be used so as to avoid errors. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ISDN Adapter (USB Passive , D,S ) errors before installing any driver updates.