Subject: Re: Support for MultiTech MT5634ZPX-PCI-U
To: Jean-Luc Wasmer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Wojciech Puchar <email@example.com>
Date: 01/18/2004 22:12:01
> > >
> > you already bought modem? if not - but RS-232 external one - it works on
> > everything. most PCI modems works on windows only.
> I've got the external one already... but my serial port can only do 115.2K
> and I want to record at 16 bit/11025. I can always buy a Serial-PCI card
> that can do 230400 bps but they're expensive (for a serial card) and I still
> have to make sure I get one that's supported by NetBSD.
dumb serial PCI cards are all supported. if not - few new lines in
pucdata.c makes it supported :)
USB to serial bridges is better and cheaper solution anyway.
PCI serials has classic primitive 8-bit chip, just bridged to PCI. some of
them are single chip - but internally are same. it means one interrupt per
every few bytes :(
anyway - can't your modem record at 11025 8-bit u-law or a-law? 16-bit
linear won't be better as logarithmic 8-bit is the way voice is