Telecopier


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Telecopier

® [ˈtelɪˌkɒpɪəʳ] Ntelecopiadora m

Telecopier®

nFernkopierer m, → Telekopierer m
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Other documents or evidence was shown to the witness on the screen or sent by telecopier. Id.
For example, depending on the factual situation, the notion of "information system" could be indicating a communications network, and in other instances could include an electronic mailbox or even a telecopier.
(117) Telephone expenses have often been among items disallowed, (118) as have fax charges, (119) a result consistent with the concept of a telecopier machine being little more than a sophisticated telephone attached to a telephone line.
The first wave of innovative technology to hit the mainstream of the legal profession was the telecopier, or fax machine, and I remember how marvelous it seemed to be able to read documents typed in Atlanta or Houston only moments before.
Xerox introduces the first fax machine, called the Telecopier
(10) For a description of the types of information maintained by the Clearinghouse, write the National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women, 125 South 9th Street, Suite 302, Philadelphia, PA 19107 (Telecopier: 215-351-0779).
20005-3934 Office: (202) 371-9500 Telecopier: (202) 371-0900
The basic telecopier capability of the fax machine is achieved by incorporating elements of an optical scanner, a sophisticated communications system, a printer and a computer into a package that can weigh as little as 10 lb.
In 1970, the Telecopier 400 could transmit a document in the speedy time of four minutes a page.
Write Triodyne Environmental Engineering Inc, 5950 W Touhy Ave, Niles, IL 606484610; Telecopier: 708-647-2047.
The system consists of a Xerox Telecopier 7021 plain-paper facsimile terminal and the LAN/Fax Express hardware accessory and software.
The Xerox 7010 telecopier transmits documents at 25 seconds per page, measures 12 inches wide, 12 inches deep and 4 inches high and weighs 22 pounds.