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IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000007361D
Original Publication Date: 1995-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Mar-19
Document File: 3 page(s) / 96K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Anatoly Agulnik: AUTHOR [+4]

Abstract

In Motorola Integrated Radio System (MIRS), there exist several variations of Group Call: Local, Selected and Wide Area. The 'lead" subscriber is compelled to form a decision as to the type of Group Call selection without the benefit of knowledge of the location of the target subscribers due to unavailability of such information at the call origi- nation time. An attempt to establish a Group Call in a given Location Area, may lead to wistful expend- iture of valuable system resources, as the chosen Location Area may not contain appropriate targets.

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MOrOROLA Technical Developments Volume 24 March 1995

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by Anatoly Agulnik, Edward Benyukhis, Anatoly Belkin and Eugene Tseitlin

  In Motorola Integrated Radio System (MIRS), there exist several variations of Group Call: Local, Selected and Wide Area. The 'lead" subscriber is compelled to form a decision as to the type of Group Call selection without the benefit of knowledge of the location of the target subscribers due to unavailability of such information at the call origi- nation time. An attempt to establish a Group Call in a given Location Area, may lead to wistful expend- iture of valuable system resources, as the chosen Location Area may not contain appropriate targets.

receives a tally ofavailable target Mobile Subscribers for a requested Location and/or Service Area. Addi- tionally, the invention provides for the ability to request a list of Locution Areas containing target mobiles.

  This service offers the optimal method for the Talk Group selection as well as the appropriate vari- ation of Group Call to be attempted. Moreover, it allows the subscriber to form an opinion as to the feasibility of attempting such a call. The aforemen- tioned location information can be requested and received for local area, chosen area and/or all areas. With such approach, system resources are not taxed as heavily as they would be, had the un-answered Group Call was attempted. This useful information service requires minimum amount of system resour...