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Method and system to send a message to caller for extending phone ringing with voice.

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000246830D
Publication Date: 2016-Jul-05
Document File: 2 page(s) / 32K

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Abstract

Sometimes the time needed to reach a phone can be more than usual, especially for mobile phones that need to be taken in particular location of big houses, or for old or simple people e because the receiver is involved in other tasks. In this case the interlocutor who is waiting for an answer can be discouraged to wait, the phone ends to ring or the voicemail could be activated unexpectedly. This solution provides a very easy way to solve this problem, activating a recorded voice that alerts the interlocutor that the user is coming, prevents switching to the voice mail or waits for more time. This voice can be activated by pronouncing a key word.

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Method and system to send a message to caller for extending phone ringing with voice .

    Sometimes the time needed to reach a phone can be more than usual, especially for mobile phones that need to be taken in particular location of big houses, or for old or simple people because the receiver is involved in other tasks.

    In this case the interlocutor that is waiting for an answer can be discouraged to wait, the phone ends to rings or the voicemail could be activated unexpectedly.

    This solution provides a very easy way to solve this problem, activating a recorded voice that alerts the interlocutor that the user is coming, prevents switching of the voice mail or waiting for more time.

This voice can be activated by pronouncing a key word. The phone device will recognize the voice, and will be able to "listen" to the key word. Modern phone devices, as mobiles, already have the technologies of voice recognition, and the sensitiveness to hear sounds even some meters far away.

    This solution consists in having an application installed on a smartphone capable to recognize owner voice integrated with a system of speech recognition that sends a signal to the mobile phone operator, asking for more ring time and alerting at the same time the caller that the receiver is going to answer.

    This solution, using the smartphone microphone, doesn't require additional sensors and doesn't require user movements.

In fact the voice message is triggered by a pre-configured message register...