EM6800-U.TXT Driver File Contents (EM6800U-Win9x-ME-V4.ZIP)

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                  EM6800-U 56K External Modem Version 1.00
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  Contents
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  (A) Installation (Win95, Win98, WinNT 4.0 and Win3.1x)
  (B) AT Commands
  (C) LED Indicator
  (D) Line-Out and Microphone Jack.
  (E) Overview
  (R) V.90 Connection
  (T) 56K Connection
  (H) Troubleshooting
  (I) Technical Support

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  (A) Installation 
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  (Win95, Win98, WinNT 4.0 and Win3.1x)


  To install under Windows 95, please follow the steps as followed:
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  (1) After connecting up the External Modem to one of the available COM
      Ports.

  (2) Power on the Modem to see the Red LED lights up in the front Panel
      of the Modem.

  (3) Power on your Computer and Monitor.

  (4) When Windows 95 starts, it will detect new Hardware and an
      "Update Device Driver Wizard" screen will appear. 

  (5) Insert the Installation CD into your CDROM Drive and
      click the "Next" button with your mouse.

  (6) The screen will show Driver found for "EM6800-U 56K External Modem".
      Click Finish to continue.

  (7) The files will be found and installation will then proceed.

  (8) You may be prompt for the Windows 95 CD-ROM during the installation.
      Please have it ready before you start your installation of the modem.

  
  To install under Windows 98, please follow the steps as followed:
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  (1) After connecting up the External Modem to one of the available COM
      Ports.

  (2) Power on the Modem to see the Red LED lights up in the front Panel
      of the Modem.

  (3) Power on your Computer and Monitor.

  (4) When Windows 98 starts, it will detect new Hardware and an
      "Add New Hardware Wizard" screen will appear. 

  (5) Insert the Installation CD into your CDROM Drive and
      click the "Next" button with your mouse.

  (6) Another screen will appear asking you what do you want Windows to do?
      Choose the option "Search for the best driver for your device."
      and click the "Next" button.

  (7) In the next screen, choose "CD-ROM drives" and then click the
      "Next" button to start the search.

  (8) Windows will then find the driver on the installation CD and
      click "Next" to start installation.

  (9) You may be prompt for the Windows 98 CD-ROM during the installation.
      Please have it ready before you start your installation of the modem.

 (10) File copying will proceed until installation is completed.

  To install under Windows NT 4.0, please follow the steps as followed:
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  (1) After connecting up the External Modem to one of the available COM
      Ports.

  (2) Power on the Modem to see the Red LED lights up in the front Panel
      of the Modem.

  (3) Power on your Computer and Monitor.

  (4) In Windows NT 4.0, go the Control Panel's Modems icon and double
      click on it.

  (5) A "Install New Modem" screen will appear. Click "Next" to continue.

  (6) In the Next screen, click the "Have Disk" button.

  (7) Type in "D:\WINNT" (Assuming that your CDROM Drive is D:\) into the
      path-box and click the "OK" button.

  (8) Another screen will appear with "EM6800-U External Modem" listed.
      Highlight the selection and click the "OK" button.

  (9) Click "Next" in the next screen and then "Finish" in the final screen.

 (10) The modem is installed successfully.

  
  To install under Windows 3.1x, please follow the steps as followed:
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  (1) After connecting up the External Modem to one of the available COM
      Ports.

  (2) Power on the Modem to see the Red LED lights up in the front Panel
      of the Modem.

  (3) Power on your Computer and Monitor.


  (4) Go into Windows 3.1x. Go to the Main Folder and double click on the
      Control Panel icon.

  (5) Highlight the port which you connected the modem to with the Modem
      Cable and then click the "Settings" button.

  (6) In the Settings screen, change the Baud Rate to "19200", Data Bits to
      "8", Parity to "None", Stop Bits to "1" and Flow Control to either
      "Xon/Xoff" or Hardware.

   ** Please note that due to the limitation of the Operating System, the
      maximum speed of 56K cannot be achieved. The maximum speed possible is
      19200bps under Windows 3.1x.

  (7) Click the "OK" button and close all the opened Windows.

  (8) The Modem is configured properly.

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  (B) AT Commands
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  For Standard and Enhanced AT Command Set, please refer to the document 
  (ATCOMSET.PDF) copied to Windows directory or double click on the
  AT COMMAND SET icon in the "EM6800-U Modem Information" Folder.

  To view this document, you need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 or higher.

  If you do not have this software program installed, please browse to
  D:\OTHRSOFT\ADOBE directory (Assuming that your CDROM Drive is D:\)
  on the Modem Installation CD and run AR16E301.EXE (16 bit version) or
  AR32E301.EXE (32 bit version).

  Or you can download it freely from the Web at:

         http://www.adobe.com/prodindex/acrobat/alternate.html


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  (C) LED Indicator
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  These are the actual meaning of the LED lights at the front Panel of your
  External Modem. It will be helpful in understand the present status of
  your Modem.
  
  AA (Auto Answering)
  => lights up when the modem is configured to answer the ring automatically.

  TR (Terminal Ready)
  => lights up when the computer raises the Data Terminal Ready (DTR) line,
     indicating it is ready to begin communications.

  CS (Clear To Sent)
  => lights up when the data transfer path is clear for data transmission.

  OH (Off Hook)
  => lights up when modem is connected to another modem and off hook.

  CD (Data Carrier Detect)
  => lights up when modem detects a carrier signal over the telephone line.

  SD (Send Data)
  => lights up when the modem transmits data to the computer.

  RD (Receive Data)
  => lights up when data is receive by the modem.

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  (D) Line-Out and Microphone Jack.
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  There are two Jacks at the back of your External Modem. One is for your
  Microphone and the other for your Speaker. These will enable you to
  use the speakerphone features of Common Communication applications.

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  (E) Overview
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  By default a server supporting V.90 and K56flex will always indicate
  V.90 support through V.8.  Assuming the server and client support both
  V.90 and K56flex, the client modem makes the decision of preference
  between V.90 and K56flex. This preference is controlled via AT+MS command.
  By default the client will select V.90 before K56flex.

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  (F) V.90 Connection
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  The client modem will detect if the server is A-law or æ-law through the
  received INFO sequences, and will automatically configure itself
  accordingly.

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  (G) 56K Connection
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  The client modem will automatically select A-law or m-law through V.8bis
  if the server only accepts K56 connection.  			

  This software has been specially customized to allow 56K connection using
  æ-law modulation format used by most countries in the US and Asia (e.g.
  Japan etc.).  If you are unable to achieve 56K data connection (depending
  on the telephone line condition, in most cases, connection speed range is
  from 44K to 54K), please check up with your local ISP for details.

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  (H) Troubleshooting
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  Please refer to the FAQ.TXT attached with the Modem Installation CD or
  double click on the FAQ Icon in the "EM6800-U Modem Information" Folder,
  for common questions and solutions with our product.


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  (I) Technical Support
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