PDT Voyager DMP USB Composite Device

Category: USB
Manufacturer: PDT Voyager
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 46 MB
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98 Gold
Latest Version / Release Date: / 30 Sep 2003

Windows device driver information for PDT Voyager DMP USB Composite Device

The PDT Voyager DMP USB Composite Device allows users the capability of managing several USB applications by utilizing a single device via USB; hence the term composite device. This device is categorized under the USB CDC or Universal Serial Bus Communications device class which is a composite USB device class. It is able to deliver one device class but can implement several interfaces like an audio interface, data interface, custom control interface and interfaces related to mass storage. The USB CDC has support for computer networking processes similar to a network card since it is able to deliver an interface for sending ATM or Ethernet frames to select physical media. The Microsoft Windows operating system platform versions before Windows Vista does not have support for networking. In general, the USB CDC is employed in embedded systems such as mobile phone systems to attain more functionality from a particular device. For example, a phone can also be utilized as a modem, network or fax port. The interfaces for data are typically utilized for transferring bulk data.

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The USB standard supported by the PDT Voyager DMP USB Composite Device is a specification used for establishing communication among a host controller and devices. It was developed to replace various parallel and serial ports. It is capable of connecting PC peripherals like mouse devices, digital cameras, keyboards, media players, printers, external hard drives and flash drives. Most of the device mentioned makes use of the USB specification as their standard connection method. The USB standard was actually developed for use in PCs but has since become widely implemented in devices like (PDAs) personal digital assistants, video game consoles, smartphones or as a power cord among an AC adapter and a device connected to a wall plug while charging. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and PDT Voyager DMP USB Composite Device errors before installing any driver updates.