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Glossary of fax terms

This is a glossary of fax-related terms, derived from the Glossary of Telecommunication Terms published as Federal Standard 1037C. Please see the Federal Standard article for copyright-related issues, as not all parts of the source document are in the public domain.

analog facsimile equipment[?] -- aperture distortion[?] -- aspect ratio -- black facsimile transmission -- black recording -- black signal[?] -- center frequency[?] -- confirmation to receive[?] -- continuous tone copy[?] -- contouring[?] -- cooperation factor -- density -- diametral index of cooperation[?] -- digital facsimile equipment[?] -- direction of scanning[?] -- direct recording[?] -- drum factor[?] -- drum speed[?] -- electrochemical recording[?] -- electrolytic recording[?] -- electronic line scanning[?] -- elemental area[?] -- facsimile (FAX) -- flood projection[?] -- frame -- graphics[?] -- halftone characteristic -- hard copy -- horizontal resolution[?] -- index of cooperation -- Kendall effect -- landscape mode -- line-to-line correlation[?] -- maximum keying frequency[?] -- maximum modulating frequency[?] -- multipath -- multiple-spot scanning[?] -- noisy black -- noisy white -- nominal linewidth[?] -- pel[?] -- phasing[?] -- photosensitive recording[?] -- picture black[?] -- picture frequency[?] -- picture white[?] -- portrait mode[?] -- record communication -- recording spot[?] -- record medium -- reproduction speed -- run-length encoding -- scanning -- scanning direction[?] -- scanning line[?] -- signal contrast[?] -- simple scanning[?] -- skew -- solid-state scanning[?] -- spot projection[?] -- spot size[?] -- spot speed[?] -- stagger[?] -- start-record signal[?] -- stop-record signal[?] -- stroke speed -- synchronizing -- synchronizing pilot[?] -- tailing[?] -- total line length[?] -- transmission time[?] -- transverse redundancy check (TRC) -- underlap[?] -- white facsimile transmission -- white signal[?] -- X-dimension of recorded spot -- X-dimension of scanning spot[?] -- Y-dimension of recorded spot[?] -- Y-dimension of scanning spot[?]



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