o Two-chip PCI soft modem solution with an integrated 5 V tolerant interface that supports
the PCI revision 2.3 standard:
SV92PP host interface in a 68-pin MLCC.
CSP1040 DAA in a 20-pin TSSOP.
o Data mode capabilities:
ITU-T V.92*: 56000 bits/s28000 bits/s.
ITU-T V.90*: 56000 bits/s28000 bits/s.
ITU-T V.34: 33600 bits/s2400 bits/s.
V.32bis and fallbacks.
V.44, V.42, V.42 bis, and MNP
Class 5 data compression.
High compression throughput due to
parallel access directly to the host PC.
o FAX mode capabilities:
ITU-T T.31 class 1 FAX.
ITU-T V.17: 14400 bits/s, 12000 bits/s,
9600 bits/s, 7200 bits/s (TCM).
ITU-T V.29: 9600 bits/s, 7200 bits/s (QAM).
ITU-T V.27ter: 4800 bits/s, 2400 bits/s (DPSK).
ITU-T V.21 Channel 2: 300 bits/s (FSK).
Proprietary isolation barrier.
Programmable event detect for caller-ID
reception and power ring detection.
Programmable pulse shaping and
Programmable dc-impedance termination
for country-specific VI templates.
Programmable ac-impedance termination
for return-loss matching.
Programmable ringer-impedance emulation.
o Hardware support for pulse dialing for accurate
o Wake-on-ring and caller ID support.
o Common driver across multiple platforms.
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