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AN AUDIENCE VERIFICATION METHOD

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000007290D
Original Publication Date: 1994-Oct-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Mar-12
Document File: 2 page(s) / 75K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Brian Bunkenburg: AUTHOR [+3]

Abstract

Many Land Mobile Radio users (i.e., swat teams, key nuclear reactor personnel, etc.) are involved with life threatening situations and need communications remotely monitored by supervisory radio users. In many cases, users need to be informed when super- visors are not monitoring their communications, and in other cases it may be required that some talkgroups be prohibited from initiating calls when supervisory personnel are not affiliated with the talkgroup. Super- visory users need the ability to switch between key talkgroups, and current methods do not provide Subscriber radios can have additional informa- tion stored in their codeplugs to huther define talkgroup parameters. 'Ihis additional information is used to define the KeyiiUsers or types ofusers that must be afhliated with the talkgroup before com- munications can be initiated. See figure below for an example of the additional information and how it would be used. :# SOLUTION RAM dedicated to Key User Lists for each Talkgroup. Created via: - Pre-Programming - User Entry (Keypad) - Over-The-Air Prog.

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MOTOROLA Technical Developments Volumb 23 October 1994

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AN AUDIENCE VERIFICATION METHOD

by Brian Bunkenburg, Gary Grube and Marc Nadbell

inform or prohibit communications of key talkgroups when not monitored by supervisory radio users.

BACKGROUND

  Many Land Mobile Radio users (i.e., swat teams, key nuclear reactor personnel, etc.) are involved with life threatening situations and need communications remotely monitored by supervisory radio users. In many cases, users need to be informed when super- visors are not monitoring their communications, and in other cases it may be required that some talkgroups be prohibited from initiating calls when supervisory personnel are not affiliated with the talkgroup. Super- visory users need the ability to switch between key talkgroups, and current methods do not provide

  Subscriber radios can have additional informa- tion stored in their codeplugs to huther define talkgroup parameters. 'Ihis additional information is used to define the KeyiiUsers or types ofusers that must be afhliated with the talkgroup before com- munications can be initiated. See figure below for an example of the additional information and how it would be used. :#

SOLUTION

RAM dedicated to Key User Lists for each Talkgroup. Created via:
- Pre-Programming - User Entry (Keypad) - Over-The-Air Prog.

User Aftliation information provided via:
- System Batches
* Radio Monitoring

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