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FINGER PRINT RECOGNITION PRESS TO TALK (PTT) BUTTON

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000009435D
Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Aug-23
Document File: 1 page(s) / 39K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

George Cain: AUTHOR

Abstract

A common feature in two-way radios today is 2. When the user places their finger on the pad user identification based on a password. This fea- the fingerprint would be scanned. ture requires a user to enter numerical numbers through a keypad. If a radio does not have a keypad 3. The scanned information would be sent to a this feature can not be used. On every radio there is central processor for analysis. a Press to Talk (PTT) button. By utilizing the P'lT button as a finger print recognition pad the user 4. If the fingerprint matched the one stored in would be able to identify himself/herself to the radio memory the radio would perform the requested based on their finger print, rather than a keypad. operation.

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MO7OROLA Technical Developments

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 FINGER PRINT RECOGNITION PRESS TO TALK (PTT) BUTTON

by George Cain

  A common feature in two-way radios today is 2. When the user places their finger on the pad user identification based on a password. This fea- the fingerprint would be scanned.
ture requires a user to enter numerical numbers
through a keypad. If a radio does not have a keypad 3. The scanned information would be sent to a this feature can not be used. On every radio there is central processor for analysis.
a Press to Talk (PTT) button. By utilizing the P'lT
button as a finger print recognition pad the user 4. If the fingerprint matched the one stored in would be able to identify himself/herself to the radio memory the radio would perform the requested based on their finger print, rather than a keypad. operation.

  This type of a device would be designed as follows:

  1. The PIT button would be replaced with fin- ger print recognition pad.

Fig. 1 Finger Print Diagram

0 Motorola. 1°C. ,999 64 September 1999

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