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The “Caller Key Pattern Flash” allows auto personalization of incoming calls. i.e. provides a visual flashing keypad that matches the caller ID.
Motorola, Inc. 1/30/2003
English (United States)
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Caller Key Pattern Flash
The “Caller Key Pattern Flash”
allows auto personalization of incoming calls. i.e. provides a visual flashing
keypad that matches the caller ID.
The Digits repetitively flash in numerical sequence at a
predefined rate matching the numbers on the caller ID, increasing to a maximum
defined threshold speed and then repeating (i.e. Slowing down to the initial
rate and then gradually speeding up again to the maximum speed).�
Optionally, the phone could be
programmed to only flash the sequence at one defined rate (also programmable).
This feature would provide a visually pleasing pattern in
addition to the digits displayed on the LCD via the caller id feature. This
would allow the user to easily identify who is calling without having to
closely examine the display (especially useful while driving a car).
Additionally it adds a “wow” attribute to the phone increasing visual
excitement and providing an attention grabbing uniqueness to the product.
� This invention
would be applicable to “bar” type phones with lighted keypads.