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2 was agreed in 1968, implementation of terminals conforming to it was fairly limited, specifically because there was a requirement to decrease the transmission time. 3 (3) in 1976, which defined Group 2 facsimile terminals. These terminals transmitted an A4 page in 3 minutes using amplitude modulation/vestigial sideband modula- Scanner Coder 245 tion system with a carrier frequency of 2100 Hz. The ‘‘white’’ signal corresponded to the maximum carrier level and the ‘‘black’’ signal to the minimum carrier level (at least 26 dB below ‘‘white’’) or no carrier.

Binary Numbers Circuits can be used to represent zeros or ones because they can take on two different states (such as on or off). Calculator (and computer) memory can be thought of as simply a large collection of zeros and ones. Zeros and ones also make up the binary, or base two, number system. For example, the (base ten) numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 are written in base two as 1, 10, 11, 100, respectively. Each memory circuit that can be used to represent a zero or one is called a binary digit, or bit. A collection of eight bits is called a byte (or a word).

For example, given the expression (2 ϩ 3) ϫ (7 Ϫ 1), each operator can be written before the corresponding operands: ϫ ϩ 2 3 Ϫ 7 1. Or, each operator can be written after its operands: 2 3 ϩ 7 1 Ϫ ϫ. The latter method has come to be known as Reverse Polish Notation, or RPN (14). Arithmetic expressions are converted to RPN before they are processed by computers because RPN simplifies the evaluation of expressions. In a non-RPN expression containing parentheses, some operators cannot be applied until after parenthesized subexpressions are first evaluated.

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