Re: Meaningful Questions (or "This ain't no love letter!")

Joe Huber (joe@jhuber.com)
Wed, 27 Dec 1995 10:57:57 -0800


>I set my transmit to 10k and my receive to 14k,
>since I want to SEE more than I want to SEND, and my 28.8 almost always
>conencts at 24400.

Bill

Modern modems are FULL DUPLEX meaning that they can send AND receive
simultaneously at the connection speed. There's really no reason to
artificially split 24k into a TX and RX component. Both directions get 24k.

Now it still might be a good idea to limit your TX bandwidth to less than
28k to avoid overloading some reflectors and getting bumped off. But its
not because of the modem.

Happy Holidays,
Joe