FAX

Facsimile
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FAX

Facsimile
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fax

A device which can be used to send and receive documents via telephone lines.
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Fax

Fax (short for facsimile), sometimes called telecopying or telefax, is the telephonic transmission of scanned printed material (both text and images), normally to a telephone number connected to a printer or other output device. The original document is scanned with a fax machine (or a telecopier), which processes the contents (text or images) as ...
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fax

telefax verb send something via a facsimile machine; `Can you fax me the report right away?`
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Fax

[Argentine TV show] Fax was a 1991-1992 Argentine talk show, hosted by Nicolás Repetto. It received two Martín Fierro Awards for best host and best production, and the first Golden Martín Fierro Awards. ...
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Fax

abbr. Facsimile - a method of sending graphical data down a serial communication system (usually a telephone line) that involves (conventionally) scanning a document at one end, transmitting the data via modulated tones and then reproducing the picture at the other end on heat-sensitive paper - computers are now able to link directly to fax modems ...
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fax

abbreviation: facsimile
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FAX

facsimile
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FAX

Facsimile Equipment
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fax

facsimile, fax 1. An exact copy, or reproduction, of something; such as, a document, a coin, or somebone's handwriting. 2. Used to produce exact reproductions, as of documents. 3. A method, or device, for transmitting documents, drawings, photographs, or the like, by means of radio, or telephone, for exact reproduction elsewhere. An abbreviated ...
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fax

fax: see facsimile.
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Fax

Faxing is still an important part in the running of many businesses. There are two main reasons for using a fax: 1. You or your contacts or client are unable to send/receive email, but they can recieve a fax, which is quicker than sending information by post, so you send it by fax. 2. You need a signature on a document. There is still no definitive...
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Fax

The process or result of the process by which fixed images are scanned, transmitted electronically, and reproduced at a distant location
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Fax

The technology used to scan, compress and transmit pages across a telephone line to be decompressed, printed out or stored at the other end. Group III fax is an analogue system. Group IV is digital. The fax compression algorithms are used in most DIP systems.
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fax

Transmission of images over a telecommunications link, usually the telephone network. When placed on a fax machine, the original image is scanned by a transmitting device and converted into coded signals, which travel via the telephone lines to the receiving fax machine, where an image is created tha...
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fax

[v] - send something via a facsimile machine
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