World Wide Web offers businesses and families a range of
resources no one could imagine only a few years ago. But
to see the detailed graphics and lifelike motion built
into today's most advanced sites, or to hear near-CD
quality sound, computer users need the fastest downloads
possible over analog phone lines. Now the V.90 U.S.
Robotics 56K Winmodem gives Windows users faster
downloads for a more exciting, rewarding online
experience. This modem is V.92 upgradeable via a software
patch available from this link
Error Control/Data Compression:
V.42/V42bis and MNP2-4/5, V.44
Fax: EIA 578 (Class 1) with
V.17, V.29, V.27ter; Caller ID and distinctive ring
(requires service from your local phone company;
Caller ID may not be supported in some countries)
Modem on Hold:
Modem on Hold "suspends" your
online session for incoming calls and returns to
your online activities after your conversations
without redialing. Please note that call-waiting
service from your telephone company is required.
Quick Connect "remembers" line
conditions from the previous session, bypasses
portions of the training sequence, and gets you
online faster. Reduce your dial-up connection time
as much as 50 percent!
This enhancement makes the online
experience faster and better for those who send
information instead of just Web surfing. If you're a
gamer, you'll be able to send your commands at
greater speed than your opponents who have outdated
modems! V.PCM Upstream reaches upstream speeds up to
48 Kbps and lets you choose either the fastest
downstream speed (up to 53 Kbps) or a "balanced"
connection of downstream and upstream communication.
Whether or not your ISP currently
supports the new V.92 technology, you can take
advantage of ICN (Internet Call Notification)
immediately! ICN allows you to see who's attempting
to call while you're spending time online. Since
V.92 is backward compatible to older technologies,
you'll be ready to enjoy the benefits of V.92 as
soon as your ISP upgrades!
*Capable of receiving at up to 56
Kbps and sending at up to 48 Kbps (or 31.2 Kbps with
V.90 server). Due to FCC regulations, receiving
speeds are limited to 53 Kbps. Actual speeds may
vary. V.92 and V.90 features require compatible
phone line and support from your Internet Service
Provider (ISP). U.S. Robotics modems featuring V.92
enhancements are backward compatible and will
negotiate the highest possible speed when connecting
to an ISP.