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HP 8886 - Photosmart Camera Dock Digital Docking Station User Manual

Hp pavilion pc's - (english) v.90 56k pci modem user's guide.
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HP Pavilion PC - V.90 56K PCI Modem User's Guide
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Table of Contents
Section One: Introduction
Section Two: Troubleshooting
Section Three: AT Command Set
Section Four: Support and Service
Section Five: Technical Specifications
Section Six: FCC And DOC Notices
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Section One - Introduction
Your modem represents a new generation of PC communication peripheral devices, combining high
speed Data and Fax functions into a single device. It supports V.90 and K56flex technology for 56kbits/s
data transfer rates. This high performance modem connects your computer to all popular modems and
fax machines in use today.
How Does K56flex Work
V.90 technology allows users to receive data from their Internet Service Provider (ISP) at data
rates up to 56kbps. To make use of this capability, your ISP must support either the V.90 or the
K56flex standard. Your modem must connect to an ISP or corporate central site with a pure
digital connection to the telephone network to realize speeds reaching 56kbps. 56kbps cannot be
achieved in a connection between two end user modems because each uses an analog
connection.
Benefits of 56K Communications
For serious Internet users the increase in speed is dramatic, because the information that usually
makes you wait – graphics-heavy Web pages, sound, video, and other large files – now
downloads to your computer twice as fast as before. Upstream transmissions (mostly keystroke
and mouse commands from your computer, which require less bandwidth) continue to flow
quickly at the conventional rate of 33.6Kbps.
Modem Features and Compatibility
Your modem is compatible with the following standards.
V.32 (9600 bps)
V.22bis (2400 bps)
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their respective owners.
This document is provided for your convenience as reference
information. If your Pavilion PC included this component when
originally purchased, it was factory installed, configured, and
tested for optimal use; no further adjustment is necessary. If you
are installing these components in a previously purchased
Pavilion PC, please consult online Help or the documentation
that came with your PC regarding device expansion, upgrades,
and warranty before proceeding.
V.32bis (14400 bps)
V.22 (1200 bps)

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    HP Pavilion PC - V.90 56K PCI Modem User’s Guide NOTE: All trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners. Table of Contents Section One: Introduction Section Two: Troubleshooting Section Three: AT Command Set Section Four: Support and Service Section Five: Technical Specifications Section Six: FCC And DOC Notices NOTE:...

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    V.17 (14400 bps FAX) V.29 (9600 bps FAX) V.42bis (data compression) V.42 (error correction) V.70 DSVD V.80 for Video Conferencing Class 1 Fax Command Set V.34 (28800 bps) V.34plus (33600 bps) Bell 212A (1200 bps) Bell 103 (300 bps) V.27ter (4800 bps FAX) V.21 Channel 2 (300 bps FAX ) MNP 5 (data compression) MNP 2-4 (error correction)

  • Page 3: Executing Commands

    Section Three - AT Command Set Executing Commands Your modem is in Command Mode upon power-on and is ready to receive and execute “AT" commands. The modem remains in Command Mode until it makes a connection with a remote modem. AT Commands &...

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    Speaker always on Speaker off during dialing, on until carrier detected Speaker online to data mode Issue a retrain before returning to Data Mode Pulse dial Result codes enabled Result codes disabled Tone dial Display results codes as digits Display result codes as text Disable long space disconnect Reset &...

  • Page 5: Fcc Compliance

    Escape TIES escape sequence Detection Transmit level: -12 dBm +/- 1 dB Sensitivity: -43 dBm UART: 16550 compatible Power: .75 W max Temperature: 0 to 55 degrees C, operating; -20 to 80 degrees C, non- operating Section Six - FCC And DOC Notices FCC Compliance This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules.

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    Copyright (C) Hewlett-Packard Co. 2000 This information is subject to change without notice and is provided "as is" with no warranty. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages in connection with the use of this material.

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