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ITU-T T.6

FACSIMILE CODING SCHEMES AND CODING CONTROL FUNCTIONS FOR GROUP 4 FACSIMILE APPARATUS

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Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 November 1988
Status: active
Page Count: 11
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Recommendation T.6 defines the facsimile coding schemes and their control functions to be used in the Group 4 facsimile.

This Recommendation should be read in conjunction with the following Recommendations:

T.503 A document application profile for the interchange of Group 4 facsimile documents

T.521 Communication application profile for document bulk transfer based on the session service (according to the rules defined in T.62 bis)

T.563 Terminal characteristics for Group 4 facsimile apparatus

T.73 Document interchange protocol for the Telematic services

T.62 Control procedures for Teletex and Group 4 facsimile services

T.62 bis Control procedures for Teletex and Group 4 facsimile services based on Recommendations X.215/X.225

T.70 Network-independent basic transport service for Telematic services

F. 161 International Group 4 facsimile service

In addition, in the case of Group 4 Class II/III (Teletex or mixed mode of operation), the following Recommendations should also be read:

T.60 Terminal equipment for use in the Teletex service

T.61 Character repertoire and coded character sets for the international Teletex service

T.72 Terminal capabilities for mixed mode of operation.

Document History

ITU-T T.6
November 1, 1988
FACSIMILE CODING SCHEMES AND CODING CONTROL FUNCTIONS FOR GROUP 4 FACSIMILE APPARATUS
Recommendation T.6 defines the facsimile coding schemes and their control functions to be used in the Group 4 facsimile. This Recommendation should be read in conjunction with the following...

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