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The term modem is formed from the words Modulator and Demodulator, and describes a device which exchanges digital data over long transmission routes, in most cases telephone or standard lines, between two terminal devices. To do this, in general terms, a digital bit flow from the sending modem is converted into a digital signal and modulated onto a carrier frequency. The receiving modem recovers the bit flow by way of the corresponding demodulation. Even if the V.xx modem technologies have been partial y replaced over the past few decades by broadband transfer technologies, such as the Internet, modems still have every right to be here today, thanks simply to their reliability. As a result, they have undergone consistent further development over the past few years, and have been optimized with regard to performance and low power.

Our suppliers in this category Embedded Modem:

CONEXANT

CONEXANT Systems, Inc. is a U.S. manufacturer of integrated circuits (ICs) focused on the development and production of application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) in the field of digital audio processing.

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Your contact for CONEXANT:  André Ehlert
André Ehlert
Product Line Manager
+49 89 1301438-11

V.92, V.90, V.34 and V.32 modems stil have every right to be here. Modems are seen as the pioneers in data communications, and that is precisely why they stil win admiration in many industrial and M2M (Machine-to-Machine) applications, thanks to their technical maturity and their capacity to be used almost anywhere in the world.

 

The term modem is formed from the words Modulator and Demodulator, and describes a device which exchanges digital data over long transmission routes, in most cases telephone or standard lines, between two terminal devices. To do this, in general terms, a digital bit flow from the sending modem is converted into a digital signal and modulated onto a carrier frequency. The receiving modem recovers the bit flow by way of the corresponding demodulation. Even if the V.xx modem technologies have been partial y replaced over the past few decades by broadband transfer technologies, such as the Internet, modems still have every right to be here today, thanks simply to their reliability. As a result, they have undergone consistent further development over the past few years, and have been optimized with regard to performance and low power.

 

Their area of application extends from POS terminals, security and alarm systems, automatic cash dispensers, and on to industrial and medical applications. CODICO offers products from Conexant, the market leader in the field of embedded modems. These solutions are now in the fourth product generation, and are available for a range of different host interfaces, UART, SPI and USB.

 

More information can be found at: http://www.conexant.com/products/imaging-smart/embedded-modem/

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