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SubjectRe: Winmodem support
On Sun, 16 Aug 1998, Richard B. Johnson wrote:

> Most modern modems contain a CPU that does the I/O stuff. It's connected
> to (usually) a TI chip that does the modulator/demodulator stuff. The
> fast modems even have a DSP to handle the compression.
>
> A WinModem uses your CPU and has no DSP. Good Luck! This is a LoseModem.

Heheheheh. I agree. Winmodem's should be relabled Losemodem's.

;o)


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