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eBay_ Vintage 1988 Apple Computer AppleFax Modem PROTOTYPE (item 250040432728 end time Oct-25-06 18_00_00 PDT)_files
This photo set used by permission (Maple Ridge Auction) was granted by Paul Jensen.
Multi Modem ZDX by Multi-Tech System.
Max transfer rate: 33.6 Kbps,
Interface type: serial RS-232,
OS required: Windows 3.x/95/98.
Compositionally Challenged Week 8 is Abstract. Light for CC Most Versatile.
A column of green lights on my broadband modem, made interesting by the free photo editor Photoscape
Mur peint, rue Ordener (Paris 18ème).
Le long du Technicentre Nord de la SNCF.
Un bien beau mur pour les artistes du graff et de la bombe !
Malheureusement, les peintures ne restent pas longtemps et sont vite recouvertes par d'autres.
Apple’ın kısa süre sonra sunmasını beklediğimiz yeni iPhone modellerinin bazı önemli özellikleri netlik kazandı. Apple tanıtana kadar yeni modellerin özelliklerini kesin olarak bilmek mümkün değil ancak yeni serilerde kullanılacak sistemler için çok önemli detaylarda gelmiyor değil. Son olarak ye...
As we fly over China we come to the tiny town of Modem, located within the Motorola territory. The silver roofed houses appeared to be dwarfed by the massive size of several large warehouses, buildings and two big box stores. Infineon Technologies is in the center of town and seven of Samxon Capacitor’s grain elevators can be seen throughout the town, as well.
If you look close there are two vintage stainless steel trolley Diner Cars. In the upper left corner, the town even has a giant Ferris Wheel.
F/22, 1/20 sec, ISO 100, 1:2-50mm A Lens (Manual focus).
Photo prise pour un défi de 24 hrs ayant comme sujet: LES TÉLÉCOMMUNICATIONS. Photo taken for a 24 hrs Challenge with the subject: TELECOMMUNICATIONS.
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The last two Computer History Museum photos I'll post; today's topic is "Communications" This acoustic modem used the telephone handset to send and receive sounds that represented one and zero bits. As you can probably guess, they were quite slow, but they still allowed data to be transmitted over long distances.