DSP modem on Black

DSP modem on Black

Post by Paul Buckl » Thu, 22 Dec 1994 10:07:13



Some time back I saw a note about a German? company which made a piece of  
hardware to attach to the DSP on the Black hardware and a piece of software
to make it all work like a modem. Anybody have the details?


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DSP modem on Black

Post by Dave Briggm » Fri, 23 Dec 1994 09:25:33


: Some time back I saw a note about a German? company which made a piece of  
: hardware to attach to the DSP on the Black hardware and a piece of software
: to make it all work like a modem. Anybody have the details?

It's not a GERMAN company, it is an American company, Yrrid...Send them
some email inquiring about TTY DSP. It allows your DSP port to function
similarly to a serial port.


Dave

 
 
 

DSP modem on Black

Post by Izumi Ohza » Fri, 23 Dec 1994 11:57:50



writes:


>: Some time back I saw a note about a German? company which made a piece of  
>: hardware to attach to the DSP on the Black hardware and a piece of software
>: to make it all work like a modem. Anybody have the details?

>It's not a GERMAN company, it is an American company, Yrrid...Send them
>some email inquiring about TTY DSP. It allows your DSP port to function
>similarly to a serial port.

You are mistaken.  TTY DSP does not implement a DSP modem.  It simply
makes a very fast serial port out of the DSP along with necessary
drivers to make it all work.

What the original poster is looking for is "Mix" package from i*link in Germany.

And I believe Alembic is still a NA distributor for i*link.  Contact
them at:

                  Alembic / Object Technologies, Inc.
                  14 Inverness Drive East, Suite G-228
                  Englewood, Colorado 80112
                  Toll Free: 1-800-452-7608
                  Phone: 1-303-799-6223
                  Fax: 1-303-799-1435

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DSP modem on Black

Post by Heikki Keto » Mon, 26 Dec 1994 02:33:29



>Some time back I saw a note about a German? company which made a piece of  
>hardware to attach to the DSP on the Black hardware and a piece of software
>to make it all work like a modem. Anybody have the details?

It's called mix, by i.link in Germany.  It's apparently broken under
NS 3.3.  I have mix, and the previous version was also broken when NS
3.2 was introduced, and I had a hell of a time trying to get i.link to
response to my update request.
I am now postponing my upgrade to NS 3.3 as mix won't work under it,
and I am seriously considering switching to a regular faxmodem and

496-8500) which I understand is an excellent product.

Heikki Ketola

 
 
 

DSP modem on Black

Post by Paul Buckl » Tue, 27 Dec 1994 02:45:08


In response to my original post Ohzawa had the correct answer. Much thanks.  
Alembic has a few blurbs on the WWW as well.
http://digifix.digifix.com/Developers/i_link_GmbH.htmld/index.html


> >: Some time back I saw a note about a German? company which made a piece of  
> >: hardware to attach to the DSP on the Black hardware and a piece of  
software
> >: to make it all work like a modem. Anybody have the details?


> And I believe Alembic is still a NA distributor for i*link.  Contact
> them at:

>                   Alembic / Object Technologies, Inc.
>                   14 Inverness Drive East, Suite G-228
>                   Englewood, Colorado 80112
>                   Toll Free: 1-800-452-7608
>                   Phone: 1-303-799-6223
>                   Fax: 1-303-799-1435

> --

> USMail: Univ. of California, 360 Minor Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720-2020
> Tel: 510-642-6440,  Fax: 510-642-3323,  (NeXT & MIME mails welcome)

 
 
 

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