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3COM SPORTSTER MESSAGE PLUS DRIVER
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A 2-wire to 4-wire network circuit may preferably connected to the detector and a switch may preferably be operatively connected to the 2-wire to 4-wire network circuit. Another aspect of the invention provides a method 3Com sportster message plus verifying the presence of a remote user. A timer, a detector, and a controller are provided. A telephone connection between a remote user and a telephone answering apparatus is established. A timer sequence is initiated, and at least 3Com sportster message plus telephone signal from the remote user is detected. The timer sequence is restarted in response to the detection of the at least one telephone signal. The timer sequence ends and the telephone connection is terminated.
The telephone signal may preferably be a Dual Tone Multi Frequency signal. A timer, a detector, an audio player, and a controller are provided. A telephone line connection between a remote user and a telephone answering apparatus is established. A timer sequence is initiated and a message is played. At least one telephone signal from the remote user is detected. The timer sequence ends, and the playing of the message is stopped. The telephone connection is terminated. The invention provides the foregoing and other features, and the advantages of the invention will become further apparent from the following detailed description of the presently preferred embodiments, read in 3Com sportster message plus with the accompanying drawings.
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The detailed description and drawings are merely illustrative of the invention and do not limit the scope of the invention, which is defined by the appended claims and equivalents thereof. The telephone answering apparatus 12 designates a period of time for the remote user 10 to send a telephone signal to the telephone answering apparatus 12 to allow the apparatus 12 to verify that the remote user 10 is still on-line. If the remote user 10 fails to 3Com sportster message plus a telephone signal during this period of time, the telephone answering apparatus 12 will automatically terminate the connection to the remote user The telephone answering 3Com sportster message plus 12 includes a switch 18, a 2-wire to 4-wire network circuit 20, a loop holding circuit 22, and a processor The processor 24 may be any of the commercially available processors.
The processor 24 may preferably be a digital signal processor such as, for example, a TMS C52 manufactured by Texas Instruments Inc. In the embodiment shown, the processor 24 preferably executes software or firmware which functionally provides a controller 26, a detector 28 and a timer One embodiment of the telephone answering apparatus 12 may preferably be the Sportster Message Plus supplied by 3Com Corporation.
Alternatively, the controller 26, detector 28, and timer 30 may be comprised of discrete circuits which may be operably connected to the processor 3Com sportster message plus The controller 26 controls the various functions carried out by the telephone answering apparatus In particular, the controller 26 initializes and controls the operation of the timer The detector 28 detects telephone signals which are defined as any audio signal which is transferred through the GSTN The telephone signals may include, for example, Dual Tone Multi Frequency DTMF signals which are generated when the remote user 10 presses one of the various keys on a telephone keypad such as, for example, a key.
The switch 18 may be any of the commercially available switches including, for example, a relay switch or an electronic switch. As shown in FIG. Upon activation of the switch 18, the loop holding circuit 22 drains current from the GSTN Upon detection of the current drain by the GSTN 14, the GSTN 14 establishes a telephone connection to the telephone answering apparatus 12 thereby establishing a telephone connection between the remote user 10 and the telephone answering apparatus The 2-wire to 4-wire network circuit 20 functions to combine signals which are both transmitted and received by the processor 24 along telephone line In the embodiment 3Com sportster message plus in FIG. In operation, the remote user 10 establishes a connection to the telephone answering apparatus 12 via the GSTN The controller 26 starts the timer 30 which provides a period of time for the detector 28 to detect the presence of a telephone signal from the remote user 3Com, the 3Com logo, U.S.
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