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Transmit data by dial-up modem via telephone-line

Transmit data by dial-up modem via telephone-line

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I want to transmit data from PC to micro-controller,but the data-rate must be 9600bps. So, can I use a 'External USB 56k Modem' For this purpose?

PS: I know the '56k Modem' used V.92, but is '56k Modem' support V.32/V32 bis (9600bps)?

Thanks

RE: Transmit data by dial-up modem via telephone-line

It will fall back to the 9600
When you hear the initial tones they are negotiating speed between them.
They should agree on 9600 and then proceed.
Give it a try is the best way ?

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