fax board

fax board

An expansion card that contains a fax circuit and plugs into the bus of a desktop computer. Most fax boards are fax/modems. See fax/modem and fax gateway.
References in periodicals archive ?
According to the company, NET SatisFAXtion Port Server includes several benefits: scalability to a full DS3 (672 ports) in a single 1U rack-mount system, with an average throughput of approximately 40,000 faxes per hour; support for regulatory compliance requirements; easy navigation through local firewall and network address translation (NAT) devices; no dedicated and expensive T1/E1 digital fax board hardware required; support for Microsoft Fax Client; as well as scalable SQL storage.
At nearly 65% less the cost that traditional intelligent fax board manufacturers charge, the modems have become highly attractive to organizations of all sizes and faxing volumes.
0 or higher, Windows-compatible fax board, fax/modem software, flatbed or sheetfed scanner.
The leading fax board is Intel's Satis FAXtion modern/400, which lists for $549.
Using the telephone company's new "Distinctive Ring" service, RemoteControl software can automatically direct calls to an answering machine, modem, or PC fax board by recognizing various ring patterns and routing the incoming call accordingly.
The fax board will either fit inside or outside your PC and will come with or without a modem.
the digital copier/printer/scanner will need the following features: black-and-white copy/print; color scan and send; finisher with sorter/stapler; 2/3 hole puncher; single-pass automatic document feed; paper sources - capability to run 81/2x11, 81/2x14, 11x17; reduction (to 25%)/enlargement(to 400%); auto duplexing; dual paper cassettes; maximum copy size - 11x17; paper deck with capacity of at least 1500 sheets; fax board for 2 lines; usb device port; surge suppressor.
The new version provides support for the NMS AG 4000 fax board, which offers fax resources and network interfaces on a single PCI for up to 120 channels with four T1 or E1 trunks, and for the new Dialogic DM3 Fax series board, which can scale to 96 channels for a T1 configuration.
Adding fax capability is easy: The user simply snaps a fax board (an electronic component) into a computers internal slots and adds special software.
Additionally, Via LAN supports the entire line of Macronix MaxFax boards as well as virtually any other fax board on a non-shareable basis.