Pronounced V-dot -twenty-two-biss, V.22bis is short for the CCITT V.22bis communications standard. See under CCITT.
Pronounced V-dot -thirty-two, V.32 is short for the CCITT V.32 communications standard. See under CCITT.
Pronounced V-dot -thirty-four, V.34 is short for the CCITT V.34 communications standard. See under CCITT.
An ITU standard for high-speed synchronous data exchange. In the U.S., V.35 is the interface standard used by most routers and DSUs that connect to T-1 carriers.
Pronounced V-dot -forty-two, V.42 is short for the CCITT V.42 communications
A standard for 56-Kbps modems approved by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in February, 1998. The V.90 standard resolves the battle between the two competing 56 Kbps technologies — X2 from 3COM and K56flex from Rockwell Semiconductor. Both manufacturers have announced that their future modems will conform to V.90. In addition, most users who already […]