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Reversed CCBS/CCNR Information/Communication

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000019962D
Original Publication Date: 2003-Nov-25
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Nov-25
Document File: 1 page(s) / 42K

Publishing Venue

Siemens

Related People

Juergen Carstens: CONTACT

Abstract

To establish a connection between two users in the telephone network, one user (A-side user) has to call another user (B-side user), a lot of retries have to be made by the A-side user due to a busy or not replying B-side user. By subscribing to the CCBS/CCNR (Compilation Call of Busy System/Compilation Call on No Reply) features, there are ways for the A-side user to have the call automatically established as soon as possible. Up to now, there is no equivalent to CCBS/CCNR for the B-side. It is proposed to introduce new features, called RCCBS (Reversed Compilation Call of Busy System) and RCCNR (Reversed Compilation Call on No Reply), offering the same functionalities like CCBS/CCNR for the B-side user. When the A-side user calls the busy B-side user, a notification signal is sent to the B-side user (e.g. as in case of Call Waiting). When the B-Side user has activated the RCCBS/RCCNR features, a note is sent to the A-side user. Later, if the B-side is not longer busy, a new call, originating on the A-side is established. The RCCNR functionality can be activated at the beginning of the incoming call for a predefined time interval. By activating an additional feature of CCBS/CCNR, the B-side user can prevent another incoming call from the A-side until the call is finished (in case of CCBS) and the next call is initiated (in case of CCNR). As an additional feature the A-side user can refuse the activation of RCCBS/RCCNR. In that case, the B-side users has to be informed. It is possible to activate RCCBS while Call Waiting is active.

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Reversed CCBS/CCNR Information/Communication

Idea: Georgios Stylianopoulos, GR-Athens

To establish a connection between two users in the telephone network, one user (A-side user) has to call another user (B-side user), a lot of retries have to be made by the A-side user due to a busy or not replying B-side user. By subscribing to the CCBS/CCNR (Compilation Call of Busy System/Compilation Call on No Reply) features, there are ways for the A-side user to have the call automatically established as soon as possible. Up to now, there is no equivalent to CCBS/CCNR for the B-side.

It is proposed to introduce new features, called RCCBS (Reversed Compilation Call of Busy System) and RCCNR (Reversed Compilation Call on No Reply), offering the same functionalities like CCBS/CCNR for the B-side user. When the A-side user calls the busy B-side user, a notification signal is sent to the B-side user (e.g. as in case of Call Waiting). When the B-Side user has activated the RCCBS/RCCNR features, a note is sent to the A-side user. Later, if the B-side is not longer busy, a new call, originating on the A-side is established. The RCCNR functionality can be activated at the beginning of the incoming call for a predefined time interval. By activating an additional feature of CCBS/CCNR, the B-side user can prevent another incoming call from the A-side until the call is finished (in case of CCBS) and the next call is initiated (in case of...