facsimile recorder

facsimile recorder

[fak′sim· ə·lē ri′kȯrd·ər]
(electronics)
The section of a facsimile receiver that performs the final conversion of electric signals to an image of the subject copy on the record medium.
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After receiving made-up pages from the Times, Ad/Sat's Los Angeles Technical Operations Center transmits them via satellite to a Manassas, Va., printer, where page negatives for platemaking are out-put on high-resolution facsimile recorders.
The ads can be output on high-resolution imagesetters or on any of AD/SAT's facsimile recorders.