ALPHANUMERIC PAGING SYSTEM WITH SPEECH RECOGNITION
Original Publication Date: 1989-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2001-Nov-06
Alphanumeric paging systems require a means for entering data. Traditional systems use a data entry ap- paratus with a keyboard to perform this. Figure one illustrates a traditional system. A user needs to call either a centralized location where his message is typed into a data entry device by an operator or the user himself must type the message into a data entry device. The data is then processed, formatted and transmitted to the pager.