Motorola PCMCIA V34 PC-Mac

Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: Motorola, Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 212.6KB
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows 95, Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows 98, Mac OS Classic
Latest Version / Release Date: / 10 Dec 1996

Windows device driver information for Motorola PCMCIA V34 PC-Mac

The Motorola PCMCIA V34 PC-Mac is a communication device which is the result of the merging of two industry standards. Motorola has delivered to the communication industry a standard driver which is used by majority of modem devices in the market. PCMCIA on the other hand is responsible for providing the computer world with the small form factor for removable devices. The Motorola PCMCIA V34 PC-Mac is a multi-functional expansion card for computer systems that have PCMCIA slots. The driver of the communication device provides access to the advanced communication technology of Motorola which can be used for various activities that range from network authentication to data transmission among others. This device was designed for deployment under two of the more widely used operating system environments in the industry, the Apple Mac OS and the Microsoft Windows Operating System platforms.

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Aside from providing communication speeds of up to 28.8 kbps, the Motorola PCMCIA V34 PC-Mac and its associated driver also complies with the V.34 telecommunication standard modulation. The V.34 protocol supported by the modem and its driver allows for fallback speeds in decrement of 2400bps to compensate for possible sources of transmission errors. The Motorola PCMCIA V34 PC-Mac also delivers asynchronous data communication with a minimum speed of 2400bps. Being a removable device, the operating system can only capably identify and make its functionality available only when the device driver is correctly installed into the machine. The driver also provides additional configuration settings that are loaded during the boot up sequence. Initialization strings, error messages, and other essential details to complete a connection are provided by the driver. The driver also provides other programs access to the modem's feature sets. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Motorola PCMCIA V34 PC-Mac errors before installing any driver updates.