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Application Interface for Mobile Phones

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000018066D
Original Publication Date: 2001-Dec-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jul-23
Document File: 1 page(s) / 139K

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Krisztian Rassay: AUTHOR

Abstract

Today the use of mobile phones is limited by the programmed hardware witch cannot be changed or upgraded by the user to his needs or wishes. The problem is the preinstalled software where no func- tions or application interfaces are planned. This problem can be solved by a Mobile Application Interface which is a programming interface for the hardware and basic services of the mobile phone. Such application interface can provide access to the display for writing or drawing, reading the keyboard, handling calls and using other services like short message services (SMS).

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Application Interface for MobilePhones

Idee: Krisztian Rassay, HU-Budapest

Today the use of mobile� phones� is� limited� by� theprogrammed hardware witch cannot be changed orupgraded� by� the� user� to� his� needs� or� wishes. Theproblem is the preinstalled software where no func-tions or application interfaces are planned.

This problem can be solved by a Mobile ApplicationInterface which is a programming interface for thehardware and basic services� of� the� mobile� phone.Such application interface can provide access to thedisplay for writing or drawing, reading the keyboard,handling calls� and� using� other� services� like� shortmessage services (SMS).

The programming language depends on the needs andthe abilities of the hardware and the processor of therespective mobile� phone.� Either� it� can� be� a� objectoriented language which can provide an easy to usehardware abstraction, or it can be an interpreted lan-guage in order to use the application on many differ-ent hardware with different capabilities and instruc-tion sets, or complied to achieve the maximum per-formance.

The� applications� can� be� uploaded� to the phonethrough a data cable or downloaded from the pro-vider.

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