Analyze of Image Quality Parameters on Thermal Paper as Proposal to Extension Standard ISO/IEC 13660
Abstract:Standard ISO13660, witch presents mainly parameters of monochrome printouts, has a few shortcomings. They are connected with lack of quality control for color printouts as well as subjective customer feelings not taken into account.
Recently technologies of digital printing have been developing very fast and because of that they are not only very varied, but what is more important they different features.
Analyzing different technologies of printing it is possible to say what kind of characteristics are common for each technology.
After theoretical analysis as well own works there were proposed extension of norm ISO13660. In the part there were presented important parameters of printouts for thermal technology.
This work deals with parameters of IQ printouts on thermal paper, especially bar code and fiscal paragon printouts. In this work there are proposed parameters and conclusions.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2004-01-01
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