Conexant Hda D330 Mdc.V92 Specifications

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Conexant Systems Inc. is a technology company that specialises in modem, audio, image and video solutions. It was founded in 1999 when it broke off from Rockwell, and is headquartered in Newport Beach, Calif. The Conexant Hda D330 Mdc.V92 modem is one of Conexant's products. It was released in June 2007. A modem uses an analogue carrier signal and encodes digital information within this signal. It also decodes information from incoming signals.

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The Conexant Hda D330 Mdc.V92 modem works with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 if you update your drivers. It is compatible with the Dell notebooks, including the Inspiron and Lattitude. It also works with Ubuntu Desktop Edition 7.04. This is a dial-up modem, but you don't have to disconnect every time that you receive a phone call. Instead, you can put the modem on hold and maintain your Internet connection while you are speaking on the phone. You have up to 16 minutes of talk time before the modem will disconnect.


This modem uses the pulse code modulation, or PCM, technology, which is a way to represent analogue signals in a digital format. The PCM moves data upstream on this modem by using a demodulation process, which sets the V.92 clock. This modem transmits data at rate of 48 kilobytes per second (kbps), and it receives data at a maximum of 56 kbps. This speed supports high traffic transfers over Internet protocol, or IP, and voice over Internet protocol, or VoIP, services.


The V.92 version modem features faster handshaking than the V.34 and V.90 models. This means that your modem connects to networks faster, and the handshaking starts right after the information is buffer-on and right after it finds a match. This makes it faster than older versions.


The Conexant Hda D330 Mdc.V92 modem comes with a Dell Diagnostic Tool, and you can use this tool to run a diagnostic scan on your software, drivers, applications and the modem itself. It identifies problems with your modem, and it even alerts you if the modem has failed. You can use this information when you call Dell or Conexant tech support. This modem is optional on certain Dell computers, and you can install it on the back of the laptop.

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