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Agere SV92P 56K V.92 Data/Fax/Voice Modem PCI Card

Specifications | Installation | Software

The modem card was installed for the occasional fax and phone application. Agere (formerly Lucent Microelectronics)  makes a SV92P modem chip that enables modem manufacturers to assemble a PCI software modem. According to this site, modems with the Agere chip are among the best software modem solutions. http://www.modemsite.com provides valuable information related to modems, including updated drivers

The modem arrived in a generic package without any reference to the manufacturer's name. It is made in China.

Contents of package (quick installation guide not shown):

  • V.92 PCI modem
  • Telephone cable
  • CD-ROM with communication software, modem drivers, user's manual
  • Quick installation guide
Component side of the modem card.
Label

Specifications 

Data Modem

Protocol V.92, V.90, V.34 ,V.32bis, V.32, V.22bis, V.22, V.23, V.21, Bell 212A, Bell 103
Error Correction V.42, LAP-M & MNP 2-4
Data Compression V.44, V.42bis & MNP5
   

FAX Modem

Protocol
  • Group III send and receive
  • ITU-T V.34 fax
  • V.17, V.29, V.27ter, V.21 ch 2
  • EIA/TIA 578 Class1 and T.31 Class 1.0 Commands
   

Voice, Telephony

Standards
  • TIA-695 command set
  • 8-bit -Law/A-Law/linear coding
  • 8000 Hz sample rate
  • TAM support with concurrent
  • DTMF detect, ring detect and Caller ID
   

Video Phone Ready Modem

Standards
  • V.80 sync access mode supports host-controlled communication
    protocol
  • H.324 interface support
  • V.8/V.8bis and AT commands (V.25 ter with Annex A)
   

Other Features

Telephony
  • Data/Fax/Voice call discrimination
  • Single profile stored in host
  • Modem and audio paths concurrent across PCI slot
  • DTMF
   

System Requirements

CPU Pentium 200Mhz and above, or compatible CPU
Memory 32Mbytes or above
HDD space 32Mbytes or above
   

Systems Support

Operating Systems
  • Windows 98se/ME
  • Windows NT 4.0
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
   

Interface

PC PCI Specification 2.2
PSTN RJ11
   

Power

Power input 3.3VDC, 5VDC
Power Consumption
  • Sleep mode: 25mW (Typ.)
  • Idle Mode: 220mW (Typ.)
  • Operating Mode: 300mW (Typ.)
Power Management
  • ACPI Power Manager Registers
  • PME# pin and APM support
   

Regulation

EMC Emission FCC part 15, class B
Telecom FCC part 68
   

Mechanical

Size 5.2 in. (W) x 0.8 in. (D) x 4.9 in. (H)
Net Weight 2.2 oz. (app.)
   

Environmental

Operating temperature 32 ~ 104 Fahrenheit
Humidity 10 % ~ 90 % (non-condensing)
Storage temperature -4 ~ 140 Fahrenheit

Installation

Removed the case front bezel and the left side panel.

The modem card was installed into PCI slot #2.

After system start Windows XP detected the modem as "Agere Systems PCI Soft Modem". Windows Update offered to update the driver.

Driver provider: Agere
Date: 6/29/2004
Version: 2.1.41.10

PCI device ID: 048C

Power management settings: the modem can bring the computer out of power states S1, S2, S3, S4 as long as the BIOS is configured accordingly.

Software

The Windows XP modem drivers on the included CD are version 2.1.47.0 (date 10/8/2004). They were not installed since newer drivers are available here with premium access.

Installed Windows XP drivers version 2.1.54. This driver supports audio pass-through to the sound card, i.e., instead of hearing the phone audio through the modem's speaker, the sound is playing through the sound card.

The CD also contains:

  • An OEM version of the Panda Software's FaxTalk Communicator SE 4.5 fax and voice telephony application.

After installation, the system hung intermittently. Also, if a phone is connected to the modem's second connector, the line is not released by the modem after a call. Uninstalled the application.

  • FaxTalk NetOnHold - if your ISP supports the V.92 protocol, then you can receive and place voice calls while the modem is still connected to the Internet. A similar application "Modem On Hold" is available from the modem site. Neither modem-on-hold application was tested.

The following modem application was installed:

  • Windows XP component "Fax Services" allows  sending and receiving faxes. Install from Control Panel -> Add or Remove Programs -> Add/Remove Windows Components. Besides sending and receiving faxes the fax service can be configured to monitor incoming calls which displays a balloon text with the caller ID number.

Last modified: 01/02/2006

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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