The international standard controlling transmission at 9600bps.
9600bps full-duplex modulation (fall-back to 7200bps and 4800bps)
CCITT industry standard for 9600-bps modem communications
A CCITT Recommendation for modem communications over standard commercially available voice-grade channels at 9.6 kb/s and below.
the CCITT data modulation protocol for 9600 bps. Not all 9600 bps modems can communicate with one another at 9600 bps. For example, Telebit's PEP (Packet Ensemble Protocol) and U.S. Robotics' HST (High Speed Transfer) protocol are not compatible with the CCITT standard. However, most modems can "step down" to the highest protocol they have in common, which is usually at least 2400 bps.
9600 (/4800/2400) bps, full duplex, 2-wire, dial up.
a 9000 bps full-duplex modem modulation scheme with fallback to 4800 bps.
CCITT standard for modem communications at 4800 and 9600bps. It includes automatic fallback to 4800 when line quality is poor.
a term used to generally classify 14.4K bps modems
Up to 9.6Kbit/s bps modern for use over PSTN or leased lines.
ITU-T standard for data transmission at 9600 bps.
An ITU-T standard for modem communications at 9600 bps and 4800 bps. V.32 modems fall back to 4800 bps when line quality is impaired.
ITU-T standard serial line protocol for bidirectional data transmissions at speeds of 4.8 or 9.6 Kbps. See also V.32bis.
The standard for modems operating at 9,600 bits per second.