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{{ProposalEdit|a1=International Standardization of G3 Facsimile in 1980|a2a=NTT Cyber Communications Laboratory Group, Yokosuka-city, Kanagawa Japan.|a2b=|a3=|a4=|a5=|a6=|a7=|a8=No|a9=|a10=|a11=No|a12=|a13name=|a13section=|a13position=|a13email=|a14name=|a14ou=|a14position=|a14email=|a15Aname=|a15Aemail=|a15Aname2=|a15Aemail2=|a15Bname=|a15Bemail=|a15Bname2=|a15Bemail2=|a15Cname=|a15Ctitle=|a15Corg=|a15Caddress=|a15Cphone=|a15Cemail=}}
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{{ProposalEdit|a1=International Standardization of G3 Facsimile in 1980|a2a=NTT Cyber Communications Laboratory Group, Yokosuka-city, Kanagawa Japan. KDDI R&D Laboratories, Kamifukuoka-city, Saitama Japan.|a2b=IEEE Tokyo Section, Japan.|a3=1980.|a4=The recommendation for G3 facsimile was issued by CCITT (now ITU-T) in 1980 with the aim of establishing an international standard for ‘Redundancy suppressing digital facsimile’ based on the newly developed MR (Modified READ) method after intense discussions and examinations under Japanese leadership with international cooperation. |a5=G3 facsimile realized the one minute facsimile by adopting the MR method, the most advanced two dimensional encoding method developed through the collaboration of NTT and KDDI. It enabled the intercommunication of all facsimiles throughout the world.
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The rapid standardization precluded the market from being flooded with proprietary systems, while ensuring the freedom needed to compete with additional features and reduced cost. The rapid penetration of G3 facsimile proved these achievements.|a6=The biggest issue was the related intellectual rights, but this was resolved when the Japanese delegates declared at the Kyoto meeting of CCITT that if the MR method was adopted as the international standard, the patents and property rights would be offered free of charge.|a7=The plates will be installed in buildings of the NTT Cyber Communications Laboratory Group and KDDI R&D Laboratories.
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These were the places where the G3 type facsimile research and development was performed. Moreover, those places are where the MR method was invented.
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|a8=Yes|a9=NTT Cyber Communications Laboratory Group, Yokosuka-city, Kanagawa Japan.
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KDDI R&D Laboratories, Kamifukuoka-city, Saitama Japan.
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The plates will be installed in the main entrances in the NTT Cyber Communications Laboratory Group and KDDI R&D Laboratories.
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Both laboratories conduct the introduction tours for students and the public frequently.|a10=The sites are owned by NTT Corporation and by KDDI Corporation, respectively.|a11=Yes|a12=IEEE Tokyo Section.|a13name=Eiichi Ohno|a13section=IEEE Tokyo Section.|a13position=|a13email=|a14name=|a14ou=|a14position=|a14email=|a15Aname=|a15Aemail=|a15Aname2=|a15Aemail2=|a15Bname=|a15Bemail=|a15Bname2=|a15Bemail2=|a15Cname=|a15Ctitle=|a15Corg=|a15Caddress=|a15Cphone=|a15Cemail=}}

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