NetComm VoiceMaster 336 ( AM3430 )

Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: NetComm Limited
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 28.32K
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 98 SE
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.0 / 15 Apr 1997

Windows device driver information for NetComm VoiceMaster 336 ( AM3430 )

The software driver developed for the NetComm VoiceMaster 336 ( AM3430 ) allows the device to implement asynchronous data communication over an analog connection. The NetComm VoiceMaster 336 ( AM3430 ) is a Modulator-Demodulator (modem) that supports various communication networks. The installation of the driver will allow different communication programs to access the device's feature sets and attain successful connection to other networks and computer systems to share resources. Although the maximum data transmission rate that can be delivered by the NetComm VoiceMaster 336 ( AM3430 ) is 33.6Kbps, it also implements (with the help of the driver) an automatic transmission speed fall back. The dropping of the transmission rate is done to avoid errors in data transfer that may cause the packets to be corrupted. For analog networks line noise is the most common cause for transmission fall backs.

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Aside from supporting the data transmission feature of the NetComm VoiceMaster 336 ( AM3430 ), the driver also assists in implementing its fax messaging feature. For the fax messaging feature, the transmission rate normally holds up at 14.4Kbps and relatively faster compared to sending and receiving data. Both the data and fax features comply with industry standard modulations along with compression and error correction algorithms. The NetComm VoiceMaster 336 ( AM3430 ) can also be used to test the quality of the line as well as the status of the connection. The NetComm VoiceMaster 336 ( AM3430 ) normally connects to the computer system via the serial interface port using an RS232 cable. The successful installation of the device driver makes it possible for terminal emulation and communication programs to check if the modem can successfully send and receive data. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and NetComm VoiceMaster 336 ( AM3430 ) errors before installing any driver updates.