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The cellular phone which has answering functions by pushing its buttons

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000014275D
Original Publication Date: 2000-May-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jun-19
Document File: 3 page(s) / 50K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Abstract

A cellular phone that has answering functions by pushing its buttons

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The cellular phone which has answering functions by pushing its buttons

A cellular phone that has answering functions by pushing its buttons

Disclosed is a device that has
answering functions in a cellular
phone by pushing its buttons that
correspond to messages that are set
previously. The registered messages
are something like "I am in the train,
so I can't talk with you now. But I
can hear you, so please continue to
talk to me" or "I will call you later
" etc. By pressing a button of the
cellular phone, the cellular phone
answers messages corresponding to the
number of button.

It is said that talking in a train or
in a restaurant by the cellular phone
is not good manner, and cellular
phones have no function to send
recorded voice to someone so far. So
it is difficult to communicate in the
train or restaurant using cellular
phones. But this invention makes it
easy, because the cellular phone is
able to send some messages recorded
previously by pushing its buttons.
Figure1 represents 6 major elements of
the cellular phone: (1)a microphone,
(2)buttons,(3)a voice recorder,(4)a
transmitter,(5)a speaker and (6)a
receiver. First messages should be
recorded into the voice recorder via
the microphone. And the messages
should be linked to the number of the
buttons when they are recorded into
the voice recorder of the cellular
phone. When the cellular phone gets a
call, the messages can be sent to the
calling person via the transmitter by
pushing some buttons.

Figure2 represents a flowchart showing
operatio...