Data Over Voice. Transmission of data over analog lines.
See Data Over Voice.
Data Over Voice A method used by an ISDN Terminal Adapter which signals to the phone company switch that it is preparing to make a voice call. After the call is set up, the call is used to transmit data. This technique is used to avoid per minute charges for ISDN connections, as voice calls within the local calling area do not usually incur a per minute charge.
Data Over Voice. DOV is a feature of ISDN which allows for data calls to me placed as if they were voice calls. The reason this is important is that local voice ISDN calls are free, whereas data ISDN calls are charged on a per minute basis.
(Data Over Voice). A technology for transmitting data and voice simultaneously over coomon phone lines.
A technology for transmitting data and voice simultaneously over twisted-pair copper wiring.