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ALSO CALLED: Multifunction Fax Copier Scanner Printers, AIOs (All-In-Ones), Multifunction All in One Printers, Multi Function Printers, All-in-Ones, Multifunction All-in-One Printers, Multifunction Printers, All In Ones, Multifunction Fax Copiers, MFP, Multifunction Peripherals, Multi-Function Peripherals, Multifunctional Peripherals
DEFINITION: DOT4 is a protocol that allows a device that is part of a multifunction peripheral ( MFP ) to send and receive multiple data packets simultaneously across a single physical channel to other devices on the MFP. All data exchanges are independent of one another so the canceling of one does not affect the others. An example of an MFP is the OfficeJet series from Hewlett-Packard ( HP ), which are devices  … 

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