scanning speed

scanning speed

[′skan·iŋ ‚spēd]
(communications)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The microscope continues to operate at full scanning speed, maintaining resolution.
A scanning speed of up to ten pages per minute is possible in mono or three pages per minute in colour while an Automatic Document Feeder enables 25 pages to be processed in the same batch.
Customization of the gold stripes is achieved by changing the power, focus, and laser scanning speed.
Features include a 33.6Kb/s modem and an 80-location speed dial for faxing, a scanning speed of 3s/page and printing and copying at eight pages per minute.
In addition the software's reliability has been enhanced through the introduction of multi-threaded object-scanning technology that allows the anti-virus scanner to simultaneously check any amount of files and the processing procedures have been improved, increasing the scanning speed of e-mail by almost 35%.
The M4097D replaces the older M3097D range and is claimed to boast a 38% increase in scanning speed. It is capable of scanning documents at a speed of 50-PPM for simplex and 90-IPM for duplex.

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