Another find - Multitech FM-30 Accoustic Coupler.

From: Sam Ismail <>
Date: Thu Jul 23 20:52:15 1998

On Thu, 23 Jul 1998, Tony Duell wrote:

> By convention, the modem that starts - originates - the call uses the
> originate tones. This is not required - it's just a convention. But it
> means that cheaper accoustic couplers that were used to dial in to a
> central mainframe were often originate only.
> So, try making your modern modem send answer tones. I forget how to do
> this using Hayes commands, but I know it's possible. Then try it.

ATA will tell the modem to go off-hook and emit a carrier (ie. answer an
incoming call).

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