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MAGIC F34

ACER, INC.

MAGIC F34

Card Type

Modem/Fax card

Chip Set

Unidentified

Maximum Modem Rate

33.6Kbps

Maximum Fax Rate

14.4Kbps

Data Modulation Protocol

Bell 103/212A

ITU-T V.22, V.22bis, V.23, V.32, V.32bis, V.34

Fax Modulation Protocol

ITU-T V.17, V.33, V.29, V.27ter, V.21CH2

Error Correction/Compression

MNP5, V.42, V.42bis

Fax Class

Class I & II

Data Bus

16-bit ISA

Card Size

Half length, full-height card

CONNECTIONS

Function

Label

Function

Label

Telephone line out

CN1

Microphone

CN4

Telephone line in

CN2

Audio card connector

CN5

Line out

CN3

   

SERIAL PORT ADDRESS

Setting

JP2

JP3

JP4

JP5

COM1

1 & 2

2 & 3

2 & 3

2 & 3

COM2

2 & 3

1 & 2

2 & 3

1 & 2

í Plug and Play enabled

1 & 2

Unidentified

1 & 2

1 & 2

Note: Pins designated should be in the closed position. To use the plug and play option, the optional chip C1 must be installed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUPPORTED COMMAND SET

Basic AT Commands

AT, ‘+++’, A/

A, B, C, E, H, M, O, P, Q, T, V, W, X, Y, Z

&C, &F, &M, &P, &Q, &T, &V, &W, &Y, &Z

Extended AT Commands

\A, \B, \K, \N, \V,

%C, %E, %L, %Q, %TT

S Registers

S0, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S11, S12, S14, S16, S18, S19, S20, S21, S22, S23,

S24, S25, S26, S29, S30, S31, S32, S33, S36, S37, S38, S39, S40, S41, S46, S48, S82, S86, S91,

S92, S95

Special Commands

#CID, +MS?, +MS, #BDR, #CLS, #MDL?, #MFR?, #REV?, #TL, #VBQ, #VBS, #VBT, #VCI?, #VLS,

#VRA, #VRN, #VRX, #VSD, #VSK, #VSP, #VSR, #VSS, #VTD, #VTM, #VTS, #VTX

Note: See MHI Help File for full command documentation.

Proprietary AT Command Set

AUTO-MODE DETECTION

Type:

Configuration

Format:

AT [cmds] Nn [cmds]

Description:

Selects various options for the automatic detection and negotiation of protocols during the handshake process if the modem is communicating with a remote modem of dissimilar speed.

Command

Function

N0

Auto-mode detection disabled

N1

Auto-mode detection enabled

BLACKLISTED NUMBERS

Type:

Immediate

Format:

AT [cmds] *B [cmds]

Description:

Sends the list of ‘blacklisted’ numbers to the DTE. If no numbers are blacklisted, the OK result code is sent

DATA SET READY (DSR)

Type:

Configuration

Format:

AT [cmds] &Sn [cmds]

Description:

Selects DSR options

Command

Function

&S0

DSR forced high

&S1

DSR high only while modem is handshaking or connected

 

 

 

 

 

DATA TERMINAL READY (DTR)

Type:

Configuration

Format:

AT [cmds] &Dn [cmds]

Description:

Selects modem response to DTR

Note: The action each variant of &D causes depends on the setting of &Q

&Q Setting

&D0

&D1

&D2

&D3

&Q0, &Q5, &Q6

Command 0

Command 1

Command 2

Command 3

&Q1, &Q4

Command 4

Command 1

Command 2

Command 3

&Q2, &Q3

Command 2

Command 2

Command 2

Command 2

Command

Function

Command 0

Modem does not respond to DTR

Command 1

Modem goes to command mode after DTR goes off

Command 2

Modem goes to command mode and disconnects (hangs up) after DTR goes off; Auto-Answer is disabled.

Command 3

Modem is initialized after DTR goes off

Command 4

Modem goes to command mode and disconnects (hangs up) after DTR goes off.

DIAL

Type:

Immediate

Format:

AT [cmds] D<#> [cmds]

Description:

Dials telephone number according to any modifiers included in the string

Note:

Any combination of modifiers can be used to produce the desired dial functions in sequence.

Command

Function

0-9

Dialing digits

A, B, C, D, *, #

Tone dial characters

P

Pulse dial

R

Reverse originate mode

S=n

Dial NVRAM telephone number

T

Tone dial

W

Wait for dial tone

,

Pause

!

Flash hook, modem goes on hook for .75 seconds

@

Wait for quiet answer

^

Disable data calling tone for a single call origination

;

Modem returned to idle state after dialing. The semicolon can only be placed at the end of the dial command

-( ) space

Ignored by modem. The modem ignores these characters, but they can be included in the dial string for separation purposes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FLOW CONTROL

Type:

Configuration

Format:

AT [cmds] &Kn [cmds]

Description:

Enables flow control options

Command

Function

&K0

Flow control disabled

&K3

RTS/CTS flow control enabled

&K4

XON/XOFF flow control enabled

&K5

Transparent XON/XOFF flow control enabled

&K6

Unidirectional XON/XOFF flow control enabled

GUARD TONE

Type:

Configuration

Format:

AT [cmds] &Gn [cmds]

Description:

Commands the modem to transmit a guard tone in V.22/V.22bis

Note: Used primarily for international data transmission

Command

Function

&G0

Guard tone disabled

&G1

Guard tone disabled

&G2

1800Hz guard tone enabled

REPORT INFORMATION

Type:

Immediate

Format:

AT [cmds] In [cmds]

Description:

Displays information requested

Command

Function

I0

Reports product code

I1

Calculates and verifies the ROM checksum

I2

Calculates and compares the ROM checksum with the pre-stored checksum

I3

Reports the firmware version, basic model, application code, and interface type code

I4

Reports OEM defined identifier string in either Hayes-compatible binary format or ASCII format

I5

Reports country code

I6

Reports modem data pump model and internal code revision

SPEAKER VOLUME

Type:

Configuration

Format:

AT [cmds] Ln [cmds]

Description:

Controls speaker volume

Command

Function

L0

Low speaker volume

L1

Low volume setting

L2

Medium volume setting

L3

Highest volume setting