Fax Modem ISDN
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3 Personal Computer Requirements
4 Preparing the Computer for SM56 Installation
5 Understanding Sound Card Compatibility and Installing Hardware
6 Installing SM56 Software on Windows 95/98
7 Installing SM56 Software on Windows NT 4.0
8 Verifying Proper Modem Installation
9 Changing the Operating System
10 Using the SM56 Modem
11 Un-installing and Upgrading the SM56 Modem
13 Reporting Problems and Contacting the Modem Supplier
14 Understanding Microsoft Windows Logo Certification
15 An Overview of the V.90 Protocol
Appendix A SM56 Features
Appendix B Software License Agreement
This document helps the OEM, system integrator, VAR, and end user with host system selection and proper modem hardware and software installation. It lists qualified personal computer systems, and explains proper modem usage. This document helps you select CPUs, and it explains the tradeoffs associated with different processors. It explains the use of the SM56 Data/Fax/Voice modem with various sound card configurations. It also aids you in troubleshooting and testing the SM56 equipped system.
Motorola's SM56 Modem is a feature-rich modem at an attractive price. It provides high-speed communications between your personal computer and a remote location, such as an Internet Service Provider (ISP), so you can:
• Receive data at up to 56 Kbps in V.90 or K56flex modes
• Get automatic fallback to V.34 (33.6 Kbps) rates in bad line conditions and on non-V.90/K56flex headends
• Send and receive faxes on your personal computer at rates up to 14.4 Kbps
• Use your computer as a video phone to place and receive video phone calls.
• Use your computer as a telephone answering machine (TAM) -- not available on Data/Fax modems.
• Use your computer to conduct hands-off speakerphone voice calls (Data/Fax/Speakerphone modems only).