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CAR RADIO WITH AUDIO RESPONSE UNIT

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000007299D
Original Publication Date: 1994-Oct-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Mar-13
Document File: 1 page(s) / 51K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Detlef Auth: AUTHOR [+3]

Abstract

Setting of controls or pressing buttons of a radio To illustrate the performance and action, Figure (or a transceiver) in a car normally requires paying 1 shows a possible response on the user's action if attention to the display ofthe radio, or at least requires the "voice" circuit is activated. After having pressed to verify if the right button is pressed by looking at the "voice''-button, all user entries will be confirmed the radio. This leads to moments of inattention (i.e. by the radio by speech.~lThe left part of Figure 1 moments ofnot watching the traffic) and might lead shows examples of user entries, the right part dis- to car accidents. plays the allocated speech response ofthe radio.

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M-LA Technical Developments Volume 23 October 1994

CAR RADIO WITH AUDIO RESPONSE UNIT

by Detlef Auth, Michael Berberich and Karlheinz paft

  Setting of controls or pressing buttons of a radio To illustrate the performance and action, Figure (or a transceiver) in a car normally requires paying 1 shows a possible response on the user's action if attention to the display ofthe radio, or at least requires the "voice" circuit is activated. After having pressed to verify if the right button is pressed by looking at the "voice''-button, all user entries will be confirmed the radio. This leads to moments of inattention (i.e. by the radio by speech.~lThe left part of Figure 1 moments ofnot watching the traffic) and might lead shows examples of user entries, the right part dis- to car accidents. plays the allocated speech response ofthe radio.

  To enable the user of a radio (or a transceiver) Various kinds of feedhback information, such as in a car not to lose sight of the surrounding traffic, loudness of radio, status ofcar cassette players, squelch an audio response unit will be implemented to have setting or channel setting of transceivers, can be confirmed anv change in settina bv means of speech. maintained by speech response in a similar way. This will increase safety in puGic"traffic.

'USER ENTRY

SPEECH RESPONSE FROM RADIO

0) VOICE

SPEECH ACflVATlNG WITOh

MEMORY 1 (1)

MEMORY 2 2

" RADIO DATA SERVICE pCTiVE "

" MEMORY 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . HR 3 . . . . . . . . . . ....