Modem, Cord, Documentation
14.4k: Part 1142-00-12
33.6k: Part 1143-00.12
56k: Part 1145-00-12
24-packs, Board only
14.4k: Part 1142-00-26
33.6k: Part 1143-00.26
56k: Part 1145-00-26
The Zoom Embedded Modem family provides a convenient way to plug a small, thin serial modem module into your equipment. Members of the family support a wide range of speeds up to a maximum of 14.4K, 33.6K or 56K depending on the model, with built-in-error-correction and data compression, and also support fax, DTMF decoding, and telephone answering machine functions.
Each modem module runs from a 5-volt supply and has logic-level serial port signaling. The modem's on-board controller, Hayes AT standard command processing, and command-configured world phoneline interface simplify system integration. On-Board flash memory supports updates of the modem's firmware via a telephone call if and when you like, to facilitate upgrades and minimize risk.
Zoom Embedded Modems can tailor their line impedance and call progress detection based on a software command. Standard modems include 5 settings including the USA,UK, Germany, general CTR-21 countries, and general worldwide countries
|The RC56D, RC336D, RC144D Modem Designer's Guide (.pdf file) This provides background on the entire RC56D, RC336D and RC144D chipset family. Not all features apply to the Zoom Embedded Modem Family. For instance, speakerphone functions, DSVD and SVD (Audiospan) are not included.|
|The RC56D, RC336D, RC144D chipset Family Datasheet (.pdf file) This provides background on the entire RC56D, RC336D and RC144D chipset family. Not all features apply to the Zoom Embedded Modem Family. For instance, speakerphone functions, DSVD and SVD (Audiospan) are not included.|
|The complete AT Command Reference Manual (.pdf file)|
Wiring Diagram (.doc file) Recommended interface for using the embedded modem and with a computer and a phone line.
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