Telephony API (Windows CE 5.0)
The Telephony API implementation in Windows CE is a subset of the Microsoft Telephony Application Programming Interface (TAPI) version 2.0 and some parts of TAPI version 2.1. TAPI provides an application programming interface (API) that simplifies and abstracts the details of making telephony connections between two or more devices. TAPI abstracts call-control functionality to allow different, and seemingly incompatible, communication protocols to expose a common interface to applications through its support of telephony service providers (TSPs).
In This Section
- TAPI OS Design Development
- Provides information about TAPI that is helpful when designing and developing a Windows CE OS. This includes dependency information, the modules and components that implement TAPI, and TAPI implementation considerations.
- TAPI Application Development
- Provides an overview of the architecture of TAPI 2.0. Provides a detailed description of line devices and phone devices. Shows how to use the TAPI application programming interface to establish a modem connection. Provides a comprehensive overview of the Telephony Services Provider Interface (TSPI) support in Windows CE.
- TAPI Registry Settings
- Provides a list of the configurable registry settings for TAPI.
- TAPI Security
- Provides security-related information for TAPI.
- TAPI Migration
- Provides information about issues to consider when migrating to a newer version of Windows CE.
- TAPI Samples
- Provides sample-related information for TAPI.
- TAPI Reference
- Provides reference pages for the TAPI programming elements.
- TSPI Reference
- Provides reference pages for the TSPI programming elements.
- Unimodem OS Design Development
- Provides information about Unimodem that is helpful when designing and developing a Windows CE OS. Describes how to edit the device configuration.
- Unimodem Registry Settings
- Provides a list of the configurable registry settings for Unimodem.
- Communication Services and Networking
- Provides an overview of the communications services and networking capabilities, including the architecture.
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