Microcom InPorte Home

Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: Microcom Corporation
Caution Level: intermediate
Download File Size: 718941 bytes
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.1.30 / 06 Nov 2003

Windows device driver information for Microcom InPorte Home

The Microcom InPorte Home is a modem created and produced by Microcom Corporation. Modem is short for modulator-demodulator. It is an electronic device that transforms the digital signals of a computer into specific frequencies to be transmitted over the telephone or cable television lines. At the target, the receiving modem demodulates the frequencies back into digital data. Computers use modems to interact with each another over a network. The modem has considerably developed since the 1970s when the 300 baud modem was used for linking computers to bulletin board systems. With this kind of modem, every bit, characterized digitally by a 1 or 0, was broadcasted as a specific tone. The receiving modem reacted with its own dedicated frequencies so that the modems could “speak at the same time.' The technical name for this specific kind of modem is asynchronous.

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The Microcom InPorte Home is a modem. A modem is a device that users attach to the computer if it does not have one built in with a USB cable or an Ethernet cable. A modem linked to the computer will then be connected to the television cable, a telephone pair, or a USB cable. This will tie the computer to a server belonging to the Internet Service Provider, or ISP, so the user can tie into the World Wide Web. If the user connects to a phone line, it is different from a dial up; the users will still receive phone calls while being connected to the Web. A modem is an internal or external computer hardware device that links the computer to a phone line and, if the users wish, to an Internet Service Provider or ISP that can connect the user to the Internet. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Microcom InPorte Home errors before installing any driver updates.