Definition of Acoustic modem
1. Noun. A modem that converts electrical signals to telephone tones and back again.
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Literary usage of Acoustic modem
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1. A History of the Personal Computer: The People and the Technology by Roy A. Allan, ( (2001)
"In late 1979, a company called Novation, Inc., introduced the CAT acoustic modem that was advertised at a price of "less than $199. ..."
2. OECD Information Technology Outlook, 2006 by Graham Vickery (2006)
"The recorder uses an acoustic modem to transmit data to a surface buoy (Gonzalez et al., 1998). Transmission of data from the buoy to tsunami early warning ..."
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