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QUICK-CALL

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000005784D
Original Publication Date: 1989-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2001-Nov-06
Document File: 1 page(s) / 47K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Jaupes B. Lopes: AUTHOR

Abstract

This device was conceived facing the actual need for a more efficient way of answering pages.

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MOrOROLA Technical Developments Volume 9 August 1989

QUICK-CALL

by Jaupes 6. Lopes

ABSTRACT: This device was conceived facing the actual need for a more efficient way of answering pages.

A page can be promptly answered by simply inserting the pager into the "QUICK-CALL' auto dialing device, which from this point on will try to get in touch with the page(s) sender(s).

   As it is described below in the diagram, the auto dialer starts a loop of redialing the number found in the pager's first memory. If the number is busy, the audo dialer keeps trying until the call is answered or until the user decides to bypass the loop and instructs the system to dial the next number in the pager's memory.

   If the call is answered, the auto dialer stores the number being called in its memory, and then erases that number from the pager's memory. Once the ongoing call is hung up, the auto dialer starts calling the number, if any, stored in the pager's next memory level.

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