First, the document is scanned by the sending fax machine and converted into digital image data, which is then sent over a modem (very similar to a computer modem, but with a few differences in the specific protocols used) to the receiving fax machine, which decodes the image data and reconstructs the image of the original document.
With a fax machine or a fax-modem or some other type of fax program for your computer.
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Yes, with the proper software, a phone line connection and a modem you can easily turn your computer into a fax machine.
to use dialup internet, or use your computer as a fax machine
a answer machine is to keep answers on there and its for when u dont answer the phone and a fax machine is for your fax
Since this was posted under Cable Modems, I'm assuming that you are asking about the (Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS) cable modem which allows different cable companies and different cable modem manufactures all to adhere to a uniform set of protocols and modulation schemes to allow for inter and intra market competition. Go to Wikipedia and search DOCSIS for more information if that truly was your question.
most fax machines communicate at 4800 to 33600 bps, about the same speeds as a dial up modem.
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No. You can still receive faxes even if answering machine is turned on. Just make sure you have enough ink and paper for the fax to be printed.
Fax modem is modem than enables computer to send and received faxes. It can be internal and external.