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The wireless link also supports transmission of maintenance data from the printers to the portable maintenance terminal.
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Computer infrared network adapters both transmit and receive data through ports on the rear or side of a device.
Infrared adapters were installed in many laptops and personal hand-held devices.
In Microsoft Windows, infrared connections were created through the same method as other local area network connections.
Infrared networks were designed to support direct two-computer connections only, and those were created temporarily as the need arose.
The infrared transmission technology used in computers was similar to that used in consumer-oriented TV remote control units.
Unlike Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies, infrared network signals cannot penetrate walls or other obstructions and work only within a direct line of sight.
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The portable maintenance terminal may include a graphic display showing the relative placement, identification, status, and other information about the peripheral devices and may further guide a maintenance technician to and among the devices and provide instructions for interfacing, uploading, downloading, and performing required preventative, routine and/or suggested maintenance.
The portable maintenance terminal has software and data stored in an internal memory for downloading diagnosic software and/or copying upgraded firmware, font or other data, codes and routines to a printer as appropriate.