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Group 3

(protocol, compression)
(G3) The CCITT fax protocol which uses data compression and allows a variety of file types (e.g. electronic mail, pictures, PostScript) to be transmitted over analogue telephone lines.

The Group 3 protocol was published by CCITT in 1993. Full details of the protocol are available from ITU-T.

See also Group 4.
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In the baseline phase, all the three groups performed poorly on the word reading tasks, specifically, 55% correct responses for Group 1, 39% correct for Group 2, and 36% correct for Group 3. For each of the three instructional groups, stopping between the sounds when asked to sound out words was the most frequent reading error.
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