Re: WinModem Driver for Linux?
Jeff Garzik (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 09 Jun 1999 17:32:19 -0400
> To be frank modem DSP is the relatively easy part. The more difficult part
> is the implementation and testing of all those standards; speed
> negotiation, error checking, recovery, compression etc. Getting the DSP to
> equalize the channel especially if you don't have much a processing power
> concern is not that difficult. It is not , IMNSHO, usefull at all to have a
> modem which is not a "modem". Very few people would have any use for
> something which doesn't talk to the Internet, IOW, an ISP.
Read http://linmodems.org/ for why a DSP driver would be useful, even if
there was no "modem" part at all.
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