The Intel� a V.92 controller-less modem chipset designed to serve a wide range of applications including notebooks, desktops, Internet appliances and set-top boxes. This ITU V.92 compliant chipset gives modem manufacturers the ability to design PCI or Mini-PCI products that deliver V.92 features like quick connect, modem-on-hold, and 48K upload speeds. It also supports V.44 compression for improved throughput. The 536EP chipset consists of the DQ82536EP (DSP), and MD1724 Analog Front End (AFE) or silicon Data Access Arrangement (DAA). Host-based controller software contains code for all controller functions for data (including error correction and data compression), fax and voice modes. All digital signal processing functions are performed by the DSP including modulation, echo cancellation, call progress monitoring and voice processing.
Power management features like Advanced Configuration Power Interface (ACPI), WakeUp on Ring (WOR), and low overall power usage make the 536EP an ideal chipset for modems designed for notebook computers. The 536EP supports Telephone Emulation mode, IS-101 voice commands, and record and playback message capabilities when configured with a MD1724. TelephoneEmulation mode allows a handset/microphonespeaker and modem to be used as a complete telephone. The V.80 option ensures compatibility with host-based H.324 videoconferencing application software. The 536EP supports both transparent and framed submodes of the V.80 synchronous access mode, plus Voice Call First and full-duplex speakerphone. Operating system support includes Windows* 95, 98, ME, 4.0, 2000, XP, and Linux*Intel� 536EP with integrated Silicon CODEC/DAA TIP RING MICROPHONE & SPEAKERS
Data modulation Data rates to 56 kbps ITU V.92 and V.90 compliant ITU to 2,400 bps) ITU V.32 bis, V.23, V.22 bis, V.21 Bell* 212A and 103 Error correction: ITU V.42 and MNP* 24 Data compression: ITU V.44, V.42 bis and MNP 5 Fax modulation ITU to 14,400 bps Fax Class 1 commands Interface PCI 2.2 compliant PC telephony International telephony support Voice compression: ADPCM, linear, and CL1 and 11025 samples/sec.
Full-duplex, echo-cancelled digital speakerphone Telephone emulation for headset applications Voice IS-101 commands ITU V.80 for videoconferencing Power requirements 3.3V DSP PADS 1.3V DSP Core Power Management Automatic sleep and wake-up modes ACPI (Advanced Configuration Power Interface) WOR (Wake-up On Ring) Exceeds Microsoft* PC 2000 requirements Microsoft Windows* TAPI-compliant AT command-driven Supports Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP and Linux*DQ82536 Digital Signal Processor (DSP) MD1724 Analog Front End (AFE) Silicon DAA
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