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Acer high performance v.32bis/v.42bis 14,400 bps internal plug and play fax/voice/data modem user's manual.
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High Performance
V.32bis/V.42bis
14,400 BPS Internal

Plug and Play

FAX/Voice/Data
Modem
Featuring Advanced Full-
Duplex Speakerphone
Functions
User's Manual
Section One
Section Two
Section Three AT Command Set .................. 4
Section Five
Section Six
Section Seven Specifications ....................... 16
Section Nine FCC, DOC, Copyright And
Part #49.AA808.001
Contents
Introduction ........................... 1
Installation ............................. 1
Result Codes ......................... 13
Troubleshooting ................... 14
Other Notices ....................... 17
ACER 14.4 TAD-SP 1.xx

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Section Seven Specifications ... 16 Section Eight Support And Service ... 16 Section Nine FCC, DOC, Copyright And Part #49.AA808.001 Contents Introduction ... 1 Installation ... 1 Result Codes ... 13 Troubleshooting ... 14 Other Notices ... 17 ACER 14.4 TAD-SP 1.xx...
  • Page 2: Introduction

    Section One - Introduction This 14.4 Kbps FAX/Voice/Data Modem is specifi- cally designed for the Acer Aspire line of computers, enabling their connection to all popular high speed modems available today. Your new modem features advanced speakerphone functions for hands-free voice communication as well as Plug and Play for simplified installation.
  • Page 3 In a PnP compliant operating system (e.g. Windows 95), follow the instructions included with the operating system to configure Plug and Play cards. On Acer pre-configured systems with this modem and Windows 95 software, this modem has been set to: 'MODEM' Sierra 14.4 Data Fax Voice SQ3230...
  • Page 4 COM 1, IRQ 4 'MODEM VOICE' Sierra 3230 (Voice) DMA 3, IRQ 10 2.4 Software Installation/Configuration You are now ready to install and configure the commu- nication software. Refer to your software manual for instal- lation procedures. Your software must be configured to communicate with the modem on the same COM port and IRQ line used by the modem.
  • Page 5: Section Three At Command Set

    2.6 Testing Your Modem After Installation In order to test your modem you should be familiar with your communication software. Load and set up your communication software and enter into “terminal mode.” Make sure that the COM Port and IRQ settings of the software modem match the modem.
  • Page 6: Command Structure

    mand Mode until you dial a number and establish a connec- tion. Commands may be sent to your modem from a PC running communication software or any other terminal de- vices. Your modem is capable of data communication at rates of: 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 14400, 19200, 38400, and 57600 bps.
  • Page 7 DS=n pulse dialing touch-tone dialing wait for second dial tone pause @ wait for five seconds of silence flash return to Command Mode after dialing return to Command Mode after dialing and maintain connection Dial one of the four telephone numbers (n=0- 3) stored in the modem’s non-volatile memory Commands are not echoed Commands are echoed...
  • Page 8: Extended At Commands

    r=0-30 Read and display value in register r Sr=n 3.4 Extended AT Commands &C_ &C0 &C1 Turn on Carrier Detect signal when remote &D_ &D0 Return to Data Mode and initiate an equalizer retrain Set Pulse dial as default Modem sends responses Modem does not send responses Modem sends responses in originate mode but not in answer mode...
  • Page 9 &D1 &D2 &D3 &F_ &F0 &F3 &G_ &G0 Guard tone disabled &G1 &G2 &K_ &K0 &K3 RTS/CTS flow control &K4 &K5 &L_ &L0 &L1 &M_ &M0 Asynchronous operation &N_ &N0 &N1 &P_ &P0 &P1 &Q_ &Q0 &Q5 Modem connects using MNP or V.42 &Q6 &S_ &S0...
  • Page 10 &T8 &U_ &U0 &U1 &V_ &V0 &V1 &W_ &W0 Stores the active profile as Configuration &W1 Stores the active profile as Configuration &Y_ &Y0 &Y1 &Zn=x n=0-3 Store telephone number x into non-volatile %E1 V.22bis auto-retrain enabled 3.5 MNP/V.42/V.42bis Commands n=0- %C1 Enable MNP Class 5 data compression %D1 1Kbyte dictionary...
  • Page 11: Fax Class 2 Commands

    #CC_ #CC0 Caller ID disabled #CC1 Formatted Caller ID (Date, Time Number) #CC2 Unformatted Caller ID 3.6 Fax Class 2 Commands +FAA=n +FBOR +FBUF=? +FBUG +FCIG +FCFR +FCLASS +FCON +FCR +FCSI +FCSIG=n +FDCS:<string> Report Session Response +FDCC=n +FDIS:<string> Report Remote Capabilities Response +FDIS=n +FDR +FDT[=]n...
  • Page 12 +FLID=n +FMDL? +FMFR? +FPPR: +FPTS: +FPTS: +FPTS=n +FREV? 3.7 Voice Mode Commands #VA=m #VAA=n #VB=f1,t #VBL=n #VBO=n #VBS=n #VCH=n #VDR=e,r #VD0 #VD1 #VF=n #VG=n #VH=n #VM=n #VNH=n #VRA=n #VRN=n #VSC=n #VSD=0,1,2 #VSI=n #VSM=n #VSn #VSP=n #VSR=n #VSS=n #VST #VSV #VTI=n #VTn Local ID string (TSI/CSI) Request DCE Model...
  • Page 13: Section Four S Register Summary

    #VTR=n #VZ=n 3.8 Speakerphone Commands #SPC=n #SPD=n #SPF=n #SPG=n #SPL=n #SPM=n #SPT=n #SPU=n #SPV=n #SPZ=n #VM=n Section Four - S Registers Your modem has 39 registers, designated S0 through S27, S36-S38, S46, S48-S50, S63, S82, S86, and S98. Table 4-1 shows the registers, their functions, and their default values.
  • Page 14: Result Codes

    S13 Reserved S14 Echo, response, dialing, originate/answer S15 Reserved S16 Modem test options S17 Reserved S18 Modem test timer S19 Reserved S20 Reserved S21 Auto retrain, RTS/CTS, DTR, DCD, DSR S22 Speaker and response S23 RDL, DTE data rate, parity,and guard tone S24 Reserved S25 DTR delay S26 RTS/CTS delay interval...
  • Page 15: Troubleshooting

    CONNECT 0300/REL 16 CONNECT 2400/REL 18 CONNECT 9600/REL 20 CONNECT 38400/REL 26 NEGOTIATION PROGRESS CODES CARRIER 300 CARRIER 75/1200 CARRIER 2400 CARRIER 7200 CARRIER 12000 COMPRESSION: CLASS 5 COMPRESSION: V.42BIS COMPRESSION: NONE PROTOCOL: NONE PROTOCOL: LAP-M PROTOCOL: ALT Section Six - Troubleshooting This section describes some of the common problems you may encounter while using your modem.
  • Page 16 1. Make sure the modem is connected to a working phone line. Replace the modem with a working phone to ensure that the phone line is working. 2. Make sure the phone line is connected to the jack marked “LINE.” Incorrect connection prevents the modem from operating properly.
  • Page 17: Section Seven Specifications

    capability. Most IBM compatibles are capable of 19,200 bps under DOS and Windows. Operating at higher speeds under Windows requires a faster CPU (386/486 or better). Modem experiences bursts of errors or suddenly disconnects while communicating with a remote modem. 1.
  • Page 18: Other Notices

    Section Nine - FCC , DOC & Other Notices 9.1 FCC Compliance This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. On this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC registration number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment.
  • Page 19: Doc Compliance Information

    • Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help Notice: 1) Shielded cables, if any, must be used in order to comply with the emission limits.
  • Page 20 The information contained in this manual has been validated at the time of this manual's production. The manufacturer reserves the right to make any changes and improvements in the product described in this manual at any time and without notice. Conse- quently the manufacturer assumes no liability for damages in- curred directly or indirectly from errors, omissions or discrepan- cies between the product and the manual.

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