verb (used with object)
Origin of modem
Examples from the Web for modem
Contemporary Examples of modem
It seems a paltry acknowledgment of the man who created the modem Congress.Memo: The Aaron Sorkin Model of Political Discourse Doesn't Actually Work
April 23, 2013
What's more, the 3.1 upgrade finally kills the iPhone's ability to be tethered to computers and used as a modem.iPhone's Bad Business
September 18, 2009
Historical Examples of modem
I published a few book on the Internet and they can be freely downloaded by anyone who has a computer or a modem.After the Rain
My son has agreed to give his daughter to the Prince of Modem, at which I very sincerely rejoice.The Memoirs of the Louis XIV. and The Regency, Complete
Elizabeth-Charlotte, Duchesse d'Orleans
The modem reader may form his own estimate of the poet's art, and that estimate will probably not be high.Four Arthurian Romances
Word Origin for modem
"device to convert digital signals to analog and vice versa," 1958, coined from first elements of modulator + demodulator.
A device that links a personal computer to a telephone line, so that the computer can receive information from other computers.