Category: Network & Modems
Manufacturer: Nokia Corporation.
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 21MB
Operating System: Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 7.2 / 08 Jul 2005
The Nokia 5500 Sport USB OBEX Modem has a quick connect option which allows one to save the detailed information of the call and this can be used to evaluate the quality of server usage in future. The length of information that can be saved is determined by the type of phone one may be using. PCM Upstream enables the increase of upstream data and information transfer rates from to the ISP from the user. This means that the time used to transmit files and email attachments is drastically reduced. The upstream data rate can be increased to a rate of up to 48 Kilobytes Per Second (Kbps) giving the modem a plus compare to the earlier versions which could only upstream to a maximum of 31.2 Kbps. On the other side, increase in upstream will automatically reduce download speed and one has to configure the Nokia 5500 Sport USB OBEX modem to suit what they highly require.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The Nokia 5500 Sport USB OBEX dial-up modem includes new features such as Modem-on-hold (MOH), PCM upstream data transmission and Quick Connect to improve on the performance of general modems. There is also the option of data compression incorporated in the Nokia 5500 Sport USB OBEX, due to the compressibility of HTML files; the files can be compressed from 20 ‚Äì 60 percent averagely and to the maximum of 200 percent. This allows data to be downloaded in a specified time interval with large files being compressed and zipped to smaller data files for faster downloads making the modem ideal for use in major download and upload applications. The Nokia 5500 Sport USB OBEX modem also offers the capability of call waiting where one can also continue being online. The call waiting option can be available for the entire modem users but one has to confer with the Internet Service Provider (ISP). It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Nokia 5500 Sport USB OBEX. errors before installing any driver updates.