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For a user of a mobile phone it would be a help to receive remote call information and to receive or transmit messages without looking for the mobile, when it is not to hand.
Motorola, Inc. 11/04/2002
English (United States)
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This is the abbreviated version, containing approximately
57% of the total text.
Method for real-time Remote Information in Case of Receiving a Call
or Message on a Mobile Phone
For a user of a mobile
phone it would be a help to receive remote call information and to receive or
transmit messages without looking for the mobile, when it is not to hand.
This paper describes improvements in
the field of usage of mobile phones.
everybody uses a mobile phone. If the user receives a call or message, then the
user normally is provided with some indication of this. The typical reaction of
the user is, that he searches for the mobile, takes it in his hands, and needs
to take a look at it, in order to get more information.
The user will
be looking for such further information as the number of the person who is
calling, or even the name. Then the user can decide, if he wants to answer the
call immediately or not.
If it is a
message (e.g. SMS), the same procedure is necessary in order to get more
information. Then the user is able to decide if the message is urgent
information, or not.
described action is disturbing (e.g. in a conference), takes some time, and is
an unwanted interruption for the user.
Solution to the Problem
If you are the
user of a mobile phone, and you are using other electronic devices in parallel,
the idea will be of help: Electronic devices, which are additionally in use,
like a PC, laptop, notebook, PDA, watch, etc., are embedded systems. These have