Modem

Modulator-Demodulator

Modem

MOdulator-DEModulator. A device which accepts a serial stream of bits as input and produces a modulated analogue signal as output; and vice-versa.

MODEM

Modulator/Demodulator

modem

Modulator/demodulator; a telephone-like device that transmits and receives data.
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Modem

Acronym for MOulate DEModulate. An electronic device that attaches to a computer and links that computer to the online world via a telephone line. Modems are available for any computer, can be internal or external, and come in several speeds, known as the baud rate. The higher the baud rate, the faster the modem. A modem of 56,000 baud is now consi...
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Modem

Modulator/Demodulator, details ...
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Modem

This popular term is made up of two words: MOdulator and DEModulator. The function of a modem is to connect a device (usually computer) via an audio (usually) telephone line to another device with a modem. It converts the digital computer signal to audio tones.
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modem

[n] - (from a combination of MOdulate and DEModulate) electronic equipment consisting of a device used to connect computers by a telephone line
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Modem

A device that allows digital data to be sent and received over telephone lines.
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Modem

Contraction of Modulator/Demodulator. Electronic equipment which changes digital computer data to analogue data (and vice versa) for transmission/reception over telephone lines. See also ISDN
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Modem

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Word derived from Modulation and Demodulation. A device which transforms digital data into analogue signals in order to send the information through a telephone line. A modem is necessary to access the internet or online services.
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Modem

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) Modulator-demodulator. A device that converts digital signals into a form suitable for transmission over analogue communication facilities and vice versa.
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Modem

(MOdulator, DEModulator) -- A device used to convert serial digital data to a signal for transmission over a telephone network.
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Modem

Modulator/Demodulator - a device that converts digital data to a form that can be transmitted by a telephone line. Most typically converts the signals to speech band sounds. See also Networks.
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Modem

Modulator/demodulator - a device that converts the digital signals from computers into analogue signals and vice versa, so they can be transmitted over phone lines.
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Modem

Abbreviation for modulator-demodulator - a device which takes a serial stream of computer data and converts it into audible tones that can be transmitted down a telephone line that was originally design for carrying voice information - it enables two computers to exchange data at a distance via the telephone system
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modem

A device that allows a computer to send and receive data over a voice phone line. Modem stands for Modulator / Demodulator.
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Modem

A modulating and demodulating device that converts digital signals for transmission (e.g. for sending/receiving faxes or e-mail via the telephone network).
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MODEM

From the two words “MODulate� and “DEModulate�, a modem is used to translate a digital signal (from a PC) to an analogue signal for transmission over the PSTN and then back again to a digital signal (to be received by the remote PC).
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Modem

MODulator DEModulator. A device that allow you to connect to other machine over a telephone line and get onto the Internet.
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Modem

A device that connects your computer to a phone line. It transforms digital computer data into analog data; the analog data is then sent through a telephone line to a second computer. A modem on the receiving end transforms the analog data back into the digital format, so that the receiving computer can read it.
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Modem

A device whose name combines the term 'modulate' with 'demodulate' which refers to its ability to transmit and receive data superimposed on a carrier frequency.
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Modem

MOdulator-DEModulator. A specialist box or card that translates computer data for transmission over phone lines. Requires one at each end and appropriate software. Varying speeds (from 300-9600 baud and faster).
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Modem

Modulator/Demodulator. A device that transforms digital signals into audio tones for transmission over telephone lines, and does the reverse for reception.
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Modem

Acronym for Modulator-Demodulator. It is hardware, which converts digital data into analogue signals that can be sent over an analogue telephone line. At the other end a modem is also used to convert the signal back into digital data.
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