Agenda - Facsimile Technology Training Class

Day 1: Traditional Facsimile

Session A: Facsimile Technology - Introductions and Administrative - Origins of Fax - Recent History - Fax Standards Process

Session B: Intro to Group 3 Facsimile - Characteristics - Sample Architecture of Fax Device - Group 3 Fax Process - FaxProbe Demonstration - Basic Fax Session & Tutorial - Fax Modems Concepts Modulations Used in Fax Phone Network Interactions - Group 3 Image Coding - T.4 & T.6

Lunch

FaxProbe Workshop - Basic

Session C: Group 3 Fax In Depth Send Fax Sessions - Fax Protocol Available Signals DIS/DCS Negotiations T.30 Attributes Timing - Detailed Send Fax Session Example

Session D: Polling and Non-Standard Facilities - Polling - Procedure Interrupt - Non-standard Facilities - Wrap-up: Group 3 Fax Q & A

Optional Workshop: T.4 Coding - Modified Huffman - Modified Read

 

Day 2: Extended Facsimile

Session E: Group 3 Error Correction Mode - V.17 Modulation/T.6 Coding - Group 3 ECM Concepts T.30 Protocol For ECM - FaxProbe Demonstration - ECM Fax Session

Session F: FaxProbe Workshop and TroubleShooting - Extended

Lunch

Session G: High Performance V.34 Fax - Introduction to V.34 and V.8 - V.34 Fax vs. Traditional Fax - Introduction - V.34 Features - Half Duplex Fax Session Example - Half Duplex Fax - Further Details - Full Duplex Fax Summary

Session H: Extended Fax Group 3 in the Nineties - Summary of 1992-3 Revisions - New Fax Signals incl. Fax Routing - Higher Resolutions - Document Transport Modes - Group 3 Digital Fax - Summary of 1994-1996 Revisions - New Modulations - New Compression Methods - Color Fax - Other Revisions - Fax - 1997 and Beyond - New Signals - Fax Security - Internet Fax

For more on Internet Fax, see our two day Internet Fax course!

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