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OPERATION: The user phones the local paging bureau. The operator enters the pager number and message to be transmitted (in local language).
Motorola Inc. November 1995
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64-l MOlYlROLA Technical Developments
AUTO TRANSLATING RADIO PAGER
by Stephen Golton
I USERS AUTO TRANSLATING USER PASSES MESSAGE TO RADIO PAGER BUREAU IN LOCAL LANGUAGE
Fig. 1 OPERATION: The message is received at the users pager, where it is translated into the desired language. (This could The user phones the local paging bureau. The be pre-selected by the user when the pager is turned operator enters the pager number and message to on). be transmitted (in local language).
The message is transmitted (in this example to a Satellite for Worldwide coverage). To make the message handling system of the radio paging service transparent to the end user.
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