What is the purpose of the modem?

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A modem (modulator-demodulator) is a device that converts digital signals to analog signals and vice versa

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The most common use of modems is to connect computers to the Internet, it can also be used for faxing, voice communications, and other applications.

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There are many different types of modems, but the most common are dial-up modems

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which use your phone line to connect to the Internet.

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How Does a Modem Work? A modem is a device that allows two devices to communicate with each other.

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It converts the digital signals from one device into an analog signal that the other device can understand.

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It also converts the analog signal from the other device back into digital form so it can be understood by the first device.

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What is the Purpose of Modem? Modems are used to connect to the internet, send faxes, and make phone calls.

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Different Types of Modems There are several types of Modems available in the market.

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1. Dial-up Modem 2. Cable Modem 3. ADSL Modem 4. DSL Modem 5. External Modem 6. Integrated Modem 7. Wireless Modem 8. ISDN Modem

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