Windows CE supports a subset of the Microsoft Telephony API (TAPI) 2.0 and some parts of TAPI 2.1. TAPI is a set of APIs that simplify and abstract 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 Application Development for Windows Mobile-based Devices
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.
- TAPI Reference
Provides reference pages for the TAPI programming elements.
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