GAO's V.42 error correction protocol is specially designed for optimum asynchronous-to-synchronous conversion as well as error detection and retransmission of damaged data.
Online PR News – 14-January-2013 – Toronto – V.42 Error Correction Protocol for Synchronous Transmission
Toronto, Canada - GAO Research Inc. (www.GAOResearch.com) is offering its V.42 error correction protocol. GAO's V.42 error correction protocol is specially designed for optimum asynchronous-to-synchronous conversion as well as error detection and retransmission of damaged data.
This V.42 error correction protocol implemented the ITU-T V.42 standard which addresses two major problems for asynchronous devices: an asynchronous-to-synchronous conversion protocol and a sophisticated error-detection process for asynchronous systems. It provides link control protocol for the sequencing and flow control of the traffic and cyclic redundancy check for error detection.
This high performance software boasts synchronous transmission through the conversion of start-stop data. Its initial handshake in start-stop format minimizes disruption to the DTEs. This software also supports inter-working in the non-error-correcting mode with V-series DCEs that include asynchronous-to-synchronous conversion.
This V.42 error correction protocol belongs to GAO's family of Soft Modems. Other special products in this line include V.34 Modem Software which employs Trellis coding and provides adaptive signaling through line probing by adjusting to channel quality & capacity, V.90 Modem Software which has a maximum upload speed of 36.6 kb/s and a maximum download speed of 56 kb/s and V.92 Modem Software which has the ability to temporarily put the “Modem-On-Hold” (MOH) which is particularly useful for lines that have call waiting, allowing users to receive a phone call without having to disconnect from their Internet session.
About GAO Research Inc.
GAO Research Inc. (www.GAOResearch.com) is a world-renowned provider of high quality, reliable telecommunications software including embedded modem software, fax modem software, speech codes, and telephony software for a wide range of DSPs and microprocessors.