PCI ISDN Card (Ver. 4.60.00)

Category: Network and modems
Manufacturer: Sitecom
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 1.73MB
Operating System: Windows 2003, Vista, XP, 2000, 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.60.0.0 / 02 Dec 2008

Windows device driver information for PCI ISDN Card (Ver. 4.60.00)

Sitecom PCI ISDN PCI ISDN Card (Ver. 4.60.00) is an assurance of high speed transmission of data. It is an ISDN meaning Integrated Services Digital Network used for telephone connection. Its connection goes up to 128 Kbps. Moreover it is installed in a trouble free way. PCI ISDN Card (Ver. 4.60.00) is well matched with all the operating systems making it convenient for all computer users. Communication by ISDN is quicker than the other common systems of communication that use the analog module. CopyTransv2.650.zip is PCI ISDN Card (Ver. 4.60.00) file name. This line is a digital line the reason why it is faster. It works by converting the telephone exchange from that which is analogue into a digital and this boosts the volume of data that can be passed. ISDN is capable of making two transmissions at the same time and this is the reason why it is known as the Integrated Service.

Outdated Drivers?

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

It is recommended for users to make use of the latest version of PCI ISDN Card (Ver. 4.60.00) as it will assist them to use its functions in a better way. The earlier versions are known to bring about irregularity in the net work. This driver should also be updated at least once a month. Users should be cautious to use the correct driver and every time they are updating this driver windows back up should always be made. The advantages of PCI ISDN Card (Ver. 4.60.00) besides its speed are that it gives superior quality of voice. The quality if faxes also produced is of a very fine quality. Using the telephone lines that are already in presence, a speed of approximately 128 kilobits can be achieved. One telephone line is actually divided into three streams and this is done by the Basic Rate Access. These streams are one D band and two B bands. This is how it is able to communicate. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and PCI ISDN Card (Ver. 4.60.00) errors before installing any driver updates.