Group 3 Protocols
Definition - What does Group 3 Protocols mean?
Group 3 Protocols are universal protocols used to send fax documents across telephone lines. They specify CCITT T.4 data compression with a maximum transmission rate of 9600 baud. The different levels of resolution provided are 203 * 196 and 203 * 98.
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