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Front-end Processors

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ALSO CALLED: FEP, Processors
DEFINITION: This processor is a computer that handles communications processing for a mainframe by connecting to the communications lines on one end and the mainframe on the other. It transmits and receives messages, assembles and disassembles packets, and detects and corrects errors. Sometimes it is synonymous with a communications controller, although the latter is usually not as flexible.
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