FAX: Facsimile Technology and Systems

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Artech House, 1999 - Computers - 349 pages
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From the opening decades of the republic when political parties sponsored newspapers to current governmental practices that actively subsidize the collection and dissemination of the news, the press and the government have been far from independent. Unlike those earlier days, however, the news is no longer produced by a diverse range of individual outlets but is instead the result of a collective institution that exercises collective power. In explaining how the news media of today operate as an intermediary political institution, akin to the party system and interest group system, Cook demonstrates how the differing media strategies used by governmental agencies and branches respond to the constitutional and structural weaknesses inherent in a separation-of-powers system.

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Contents

Group 3 Facsimile
71
Group 4 Facsimile
133
Image Components of the Fax System
141
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Ken McConnell was the first chair of TR-29. He has had important roles in the work on fax standards by the EIA/TIA TR-29 and the ITU fax communities.

Dennis Bodson, as chair of the US delegation for fax standards at the ITU (formerly CCITT) has been instrumental in incorporating US fax standards into the international standards. He has had important roles in the work on fax standards by the EIA/TIA TR-29 and the ITU fax communities.

Stephen Urban is the current chair of TR-29. He has had important roles in the work on fax standards by the EIA/TIA TR-29 and the ITU fax communities.