HU0204155A2 - Method and apparatus for exchange of information in a communication network - Google Patents

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HU0204155A2
HU0204155A2 HU0204155A HU0204155A HU0204155A2 HU 0204155 A2 HU0204155 A2 HU 0204155A2 HU 0204155 A HU0204155 A HU 0204155A HU 0204155 A HU0204155 A HU 0204155A HU 0204155 A2 HU0204155 A2 HU 0204155A2
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a method for querying an object, a telephone line device, a mobile telephone device and a data device for performing the procedure, and a telecommunication system. The method of retrieving a first user equipment stored in a first user equipment via a first communication channel according to the present invention is to retrieve an address signal; determine the event occurrence of a trigger; compiling a request for an object belonging to the address signal, said request comprising at least two parameters, wherein the first parameter represents the polled address signal, while the second parameter represents the specified trigger event; sending a request for the object to a single data object server on a second communication channel; receiving a data object dependent on the parameter value from the data object server or an indication relating to the data object; and process the received object or object object signal. The wired telephone, which has a graphic display capability, is implemented in the form of a method implementation apparatus according to the invention. The mobile telephone according to the invention, comprising a central processing unit, a memory, and at least one display, is implemented in the form of a method implementing apparatus according to the invention. The data processing center processing unit, memory, and at least one display unit, preferably a digital personal secretary (PDA) or a laptop computer. In addition, the data device has mobile telephony capabilities or can be connected to a mobile phone and the method according to the invention is implemented in the form of an implementation device. The second mobile telephone according to the invention comprises a central processing unit, a memory unit and at least one display, and the method according to the invention is loaded into its memory. The telecommunication system includes a first user equipment, a second user equipment, a first communication channel communication communication network and a data object server between the first user equipment and the second user equipment A first user device for triggering an trigger event trigger event requesting object object request requesting object object requesting object request request on a second communication channel to send the data object or data object signaling to the data object server as a device receiving the data object server and processing the received data object or the data object received signal, wherein the request for the object contains at least two parameters between which the first parameter represents the requested address signal parameter, second parameter is the specified trigger event

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Procedure for querying an object, fixed line telephone, MOBILE PHONE DEVICE AND DATA EQUIPMENT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROCEDURE AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM

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The present invention relates to a method for querying an object, a fixed telephone, a mobile telephone device and a data device for performing the procedure, and a telecommunication system.

The method of retrieving an object stored in a first user equipment in a first user equipment via a first communication channel according to the invention is to retrieve an address signal; determining the occurrence of a trigger event; compiling a request for the object tag associated with the address signal, said request comprising at least two parameters, wherein the first parameter represents the query address signal while the second parameter represents the specified trigger event; sending a request for the object to a data object server on a second communication channel; receiving from the data object server a data object dependent on the value of the parameters or an indication of the data object; and processing the received object or object indication.

The wired telephone, which has a graphical display capability, is implemented in the form of an apparatus performing the method of the invention.

The mobile telephone according to the invention, comprising a central processing unit, a memory and at least one display, is implemented in the form of an apparatus for performing the method of the invention.

The data device comprises a central processing unit, a memory and at least one display, preferably a digital personal secretary (PDA) or a laptop computer. The data equipment is also a mobile telephone

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It has 2 options or can be connected to a mobile phone and is implemented in the form of an apparatus performing the method of the invention.

Another mobile telephone according to the invention comprises a central processing unit, a memory unit and at least one display, and the method of the invention is loaded into its memory.

The telecommunication system includes a first user equipment, a second user equipment, a communication network and a data object server for establishing a first communication channel between the first user equipment and the second user equipment The request for an object for triggering a trigger event requiring an address signal of the first user equipment compiler, request for an object on a second communication channel to send the data object or data object to the data object server as the data object server receiving and the received data object or data object received signal processing processing, wherein the object request contains at least two parameters of which the first parameter is the parameter representing the requested address signal, while the second parameter is the specified trigger case representing a parameter. Depending on the value of the parameters, the data object server implements the data object or the marking of the data object as a result of the request on the second communication channel as the first user equipment.

The third mobile telephone according to the invention comprises a central processing unit, a memory, a removable memory, preferably a SIM card and at least one display, and a program for performing the functions of the apparatus according to the invention is stored in the removable memory.

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Procedure for querying an object, fixed line telephone, MOBILE PHONE DEVICE AND DATA EQUIPMENT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROCEDURE AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM

The present invention relates to a method for querying an object, a fixed telephone, a mobile telephone device and a data device for performing the procedure, and a telecommunication system. In general, the invention relates to a method and apparatus for transmitting information in a communication system. In particular, the invention relates to a system associated with a unique or public data communication network and a unique or public telecommunications network.

As a result of the current development of data communication, more and more users have access to the Internet worldwide. On the one hand, the Internet has become a source of knowledge and, on the other hand, from a business point of view, it has attracted more users. There is currently a great deal of pressure on the data communications industry to develop solutions that allow everyone to access the Internet. They are constantly developing broadband solutions and are planning and deploying networks that are available locally and nationwide. Currently, the most widespread access to the Internet, that is, modem access via telecommunication networks, such as public switched telecommunication networks, is replaced by other types of access modes that allow higher data rates. Examples of such access modes are access via an electrical network or cable television network.

At the same time, the telecommunications industry is also challenged to provide mobility to each user. Traditionally, telecommunications has focused on voice transmission. However, with the increase in data communication, new demands, such as higher data transfer rates, have emerged while new opportunities have opened up. The development of mobile systems is currently at a stage when more and more packet-based systems are being used. Packet-switched systems have some advantages over data in line 97132-6108 / HG / GL.

-2 communications. In packet-switched systems, the user only uses a transmission resource when transmitting system control signals or user information. However, in a bar-switched system, the user continuously allocates a transmission resource, even if it is not transmitting data. Bar-switched systems are obviously advantageous for real-time voice transmission, as it is difficult to predict the real-time transmission communication. However, in the case of data communication, it is not as important to know in advance the transmission resources to be used, as the requirements for delay and delay changes are not as stringent as the quality of transmission as in the case of voice. Thus, it is possible to have multiple users access to the transmission resources at the same time, but their use is only allowed when they have something to transmit, otherwise they leave the channel freely for other users.

Such a system is, for example, the mobile communications system according to the ETSI GSM specification, the General Packet Radio Service (GPRS). GPRS enables higher data rates and more user involvement than is currently the case when data communication is carried out on line-switched channels. GPRS is a step forward for the mobility of data communication users, unlike the GSM system, which is optimized for "traditional" telecom users, i.e. users requiring real-time voice transmission.

Data communication on telecommunication networks nowadays usually begins with access to an Internet server or mail server (mail server). The user enters a remote server and accesses the data communication network, for example via a modem control panel. The user calls the modem center by telephone and connects to the server from which both local and global networks can access. Browsers such as Microsoft Explorer or Netscape Navigator are used to navigate the Internet and switch between different Internet sites or addresses. Users and institutions generally create their own files or websites on an internal or external network that provide personal information or other information. After connecting to the data network, the user can access the data objects by typing the correct address. The title

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-3m is often chosen by combining the name of a node in the network, such as the server name, with an arbitrary string. It is usually not easy to find the data object you are looking for because the string and server names are not obvious.

In the telecommunication network, addressing, for example, switching in a voice transmission system, is usually performed by feeding a telephone number on the user equipment, for example a mobile phone. The phone number is a worldwide addressing string. The calling party, hereinafter referred to as "User", dials the addressing string (number B) belonging to the called party, hereinafter referred to as "user B". Depending on the type of network subscriber A user, the call request reaches the appropriate recipient via one or more public telecommunication networks, and communication can only begin thereafter.

The above-mentioned principle also applies when the user wants to connect to the Internet from a computer connected to a telecommunications network. The user can connect to the data communication network by dialing a number B for a modem control panel and then accessing the data communication network from the modem control panel. No other information or interaction link can be established with the called server in addition to this access option.

We have discovered that for some data objects, the current access mode to the Internet is problematic because of the non-obvious addressing of the data objects. In addition, in the telecommunication industry, it is necessary to provide easier access to the Internet and to provide the user with other means than the calling of the modem, which the user himself / herself can go to the website or data object he / she is looking for.

It is an object of the present invention to overcome the above-mentioned identification difficulties and to facilitate the finding of data objects and navigation between a set of data objects using a new connection between a data communication network and a telecommunication network.

In this specification, first, a method for dialing a dial is described

B is connected to a data object. AB number for the specified data object - hereafter referred to as to your phone page

-4th Direct access by the user to information that a user B wishes to display to the caller. The telephone page is stored in the memory of a telecommunication network or in a memory of a data communication network connected to the telecommunication network. The look of the phone page may be similar to an Internet site, but it may be different. The display of the telephone page can be independent of the capabilities of the user equipment of the user A.

Depending on the type of device used by the user, the network node that stores the phone page can select the most preferred way of displaying the selected phone page after detecting the device type.

Also, depending on the user's A device, the phone page may provide different levels of interaction, i.e. it may only display the information, but may also be a fully interactive telephone page providing bidirectional communication between the user A and the network node containing the memory on the phone side.

Phone pages can be designed to appear either automatically or at the request of User A. In one embodiment of the invention, user B may also have access to the phone page after receiving an incoming call.

It is a further object of the present invention to provide a novel network node in a data communication or telecommunication system. The node of the present invention includes at least one database memory that contains at least signals for the telephone pages and responds by sending said signal after access based on a remote request.

Transferring the signal in question to the initiator A of the caller may depend on the type of connection and access technology used in the connection. we initiate a communication resource. For other types of connections, two streams, such as voice and data communications, can be set up for one or more simultaneous packet communications ··· ·

Using 5 resources. Another example of this is when they initiate a voice communication connection using a bar-switched communication resource and the telephone page signals are transmitted on a limited packet switched channel, such as an SMS channel.

The objects set are achieved by a method for retrieving an object stored in a first user equipment via a first communication channel, which is stored in a second user equipment, during which an address tag is retrieved; determining the occurrence of a trigger event; compiling a request for the object associated with the address token, said request comprising at least two parameters, wherein the first parameter represents the polled address signal, and the second parameter represents the specified trigger event; sending a request for the object to a data object server on a second communication channel; receiving from the data object server a data object dependent on the value of the parameters or an indication of the data object; and processing the received object or object indication.

The first communication channel and the second communication channel can be either a competitive communication channel or a non-competitive communication channel.

The first communication channel may be either a line-switched or packet-switched channel. The second communication channel may be either a line-switched connection or a packet-switched communication channel.

The address mark may be the telephone number of the first user equipment and / or the telephone number of the second user equipment.

The first user equipment may be an initiator user equipment, while the second user equipment may be a closing user device or vice versa.

Preferably, one or more of the parameters of the request are selected from the following parameters: a parameter representing the code giving the home operator; a parameter representing the type of data carrier; the parameter representing the distributor code; a parameter representing the code of the type of user equipment; code available separately and / or supplied with reprezen ··· · • 4 ···

-Contact parameter that may include handheld kit, keyboard, mp3 player, radio, barcode reader, PDA, Bluetooth device, etc .; a parameter representing a code indicating whether or not an accessory, such as a handshake kit, such as a headset set or a radio hands-free kit, is active (an active handshake kit requires an audio data object); a parameter representing the code indicating the version of the procedure; and a parameter representing the code indicating the version number or version number of the software in the first user equipment.

The request is preferably encrypted before it is sent. The encrypted data object is preferably decrypted during its processing.

The trigger event may be one of the following events: an outgoing call is initiated or will be initiated; an addressed caller responds to a call; the addressed party called is busy; the addressed party does not respond; the addressed party rejects a call; an incoming call will arrive or an incoming call has already started; the call was interrupted; the call is currently ongoing; a new cell was selected on the public land mobile network (PLMN); the location of the subscriber changed. If the address tag is a representation of the new cell or the new location of the subscriber, the requested data object is preferably associated with the new cell or the new location of the subscriber, such as a local advertisement. The Trigger event may be the choice of a new public terrestrial mobile network provider. If the address tag represents a new public terrestrial mobile network provider, the requested data object is preferably associated with the new public terrestrial mobile network service provider, for example, the price list to be displayed by the new public terrestrial mobile network service provider. A trigger event may be that a new country of registration has been given. If the address tag represents a new country of registration, the requested data object is preferably associated with a new country of registration.

In one embodiment of the method, the trigger event is determined by determining whether there are additional trigger events during the time the call is in progress. This allows us to initiate further requests for data objects during the call.

Preferably, the process sells commercial information by calling a telephone number, where the trigger event may be the execution of the payment, which is advantageous · «·« · · · · · · · · · · · · ···· · * · · · · · · ··

-7 will be executed when the call is connected via the first communication channel or when the call is interrupted. The data object is preferably either a commercial information itself or a representation of commercial information.

The trigger event may be, for example, pressing a selected button on the user equipment. The address tag may be a telephone number that is included in a list of the first user equipment, and the telephone number is preferably a phone number of an incoming call, an outgoing call, or an incoming call.

Preferably, one of the parameters of the request is a representation of a data object server identification code. The representation of the data object server identification code preferably represents a name server or a full IP address.

If the first user equipment is not used during a call or after the call is terminated, the data objects are preferably acquired from the data object server and stored locally in the first user equipment to be available for the next trigger event. In the first user equipment, it is advantageously pre-programmed a universal resource logger belonging to the data object server.

In one embodiment of the method according to the invention, the data object server is at least logically divided into a name server and an object server, and the request for the object is sent to the name server on a second communication channel. For example, when receiving an object signal from an object object server, we receive an indication of an object coming from the name server and then processing an object request to the object server using the object's incoming signal, receiving a data object dependent on the value of the object server and processing the incoming object. object. When receiving a data object from an object server, the name server can be used to forward the request for the object to the object server and receive a data object dependent on the values of the parameters from the object server. In this case, it is advantageous to pre-program the universal resource locator associated with the name server in the first user equipment.

In a possible variant of the procedure, the incoming signal of the incoming object or object is derived from a set of data objects that depend on the applicant's identifier. The appearance of the phone page sent to the applicant in response may vary from person to person.

In one embodiment of the method, the incoming object includes a tone that at least temporarily replaces or complements a caller tone of the first user equipment. In another possible embodiment of the method, the incoming object contains a sound, and the caller tone of the first user equipment is at least temporarily muted and the received tone is processed instead of the call tone.

On the other hand, the stated objectives are achieved by the implementation of a fixed telephone that has a graphical display capability and is implemented in the form of an apparatus performing the method of the invention.

Further, the objects are achieved by providing a mobile telephone comprising a central processing unit, a memory and at least one display, and a device for carrying out the method according to the invention.

Further, the objects of the present invention are achieved by providing a data processing apparatus comprising a central processing unit, a memory, and at least one display device, preferably a digital personal secretary (PDA) or a laptop computer, and having mobile telephony capabilities or connecting to a mobile phone. The data device is implemented in the form of an apparatus for carrying out the method according to the invention.

Further, the objects are achieved by providing a mobile telephone comprising a central processing unit, a memory, a removable memory, preferably a SIM card and at least one display. The mobile telephone is implemented according to the invention as an executable device in addition to the removable memory.

Further, the objects set forth are achieved by providing a mobile telephone comprising a central processing unit, a memory unit and at least one display and in which the memory of the method according to the invention is loaded.

The objectives are finally achieved by the implementation of a telecommunication system comprising first user equipment, second user equipment, first communication between the first user equipment and the second user equipment.

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It includes a communication network and a data object server that establishes a carrier channel. The request of the first user equipment for triggering a trigger event, requesting an object for the address object object, requesting an object on a second communication channel, receiving the data object or data object from the data object server and receiving the received data object or data object. is received as processing equipment. The request for the object contains at least two parameters, of which the first parameter is the parameter representing the requested address signal, and the second parameter is the parameter representing the specified trigger event. Depending on the value of the parameters, the data object server implements the data object or the marking of the data object as a result of the request on the second communication channel as the first user equipment.

The invention will now be described in detail with reference to the drawing. In the drawing:

Figure 1 is a block diagram of a possible variant of the communication infrastructure of the present invention;

Figure 2 is a first flowchart of a subscriber sequence in a client user equipment:

Figure 3 is a first flowchart of a subscriber sequence in a data server;

Figure 4 is a second flowchart of a subscriber sequence in a client user equipment where simultaneous data and voice communication can take place;

FIG. 5 is a third flowchart of a subscriber sequence in a client user equipment where simultaneous data and voice communication can take place;

Figure 6 is a flowchart of a subscriber sequence in a user equipment of a B client;

Figure 7 is a block diagram of one embodiment of a user equipment;

Figure 8 is a block diagram of a data object server in a data transmission network;

Figure 9 is a flowchart of a number B reading method;

Figure 10 is a flowchart of a number A reading process;

Figure 10 is a block diagram illustrating data paths and signaling paths;

Figure 12 is a block diagram of a user equipment, where the user equipment is connected to a wired network according to the invention; and

Figure 13 is a further possible block diagram of a user equipment, wherein the user equipment comprises a paging device and a mobile phone.

The present invention is described in the present invention by means of a telecommunication system based on a GSM system, such as a circuit switched communication system and a GPRS system as a packet switched communication system. It is necessary to note that the embodiments of the system according to the invention as described herein are exemplary only and that other packet or line-switched systems can be used in the same way for both data and voice transmission. Voice transmission can be performed in both circuit switched and packet switched systems. Both wired and mobile line and packet systems can be used with any appropriate access technology, such as time division multiplexing (TDMA), code division multiplexing (CDMA), frequency division multiplexing (FDMA), orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDMA), time division duplex access (TDD) , frequency division duplex access (FDD) or any combination thereof. The invention is not limited to any particular type of communication network or access mode.

Figure 1 shows a communication infrastructure 10 in which a number of different communication networks are connected. The communication infrastructure 10 shown in Figure 1 shows nodes in a cell-switched mobile communication network, such as a mobile switching center 118 and a base station subsystem 112, as well as nodes in a packet-switched mobile communication network, such as a Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN) 114 and GPRS GPRS. support includes Gateway GPRS Support Node (GGSN). The SGSN 114 node has various functions, such as re-segmenting the data packets according to a protocol to another packet of data according to the protocol used for wireless transmission. The SGSN 114 node processes for one or more base station subsystems 112 to provide quality control procedures and quality of service (QoS).

- 11 also included. The GGSN 116 includes functions for maintaining communication between a mobile packet data network and other packet switched data networks, such as the data transmission network 120. The network-switched part of the network is connected to a public switched telecommunications network 140, while the packet-switched part of the network is connected to the data transmission network 120. The data transmission network 120 may be either an external or internal network, i.e. a network with global or limited access. As shown in FIG. 1, the network-switched and packet-switched portions of the network may be interconnected by an interface between a mobile switching center 118 and a serving GPRS support node 114. The base station subsystem 112 may both service packet switched and line-switched parts of the network with packet-switched or line-switched wireless communication resources 161,162 to provide mobility for both packet-switched and line-switched users and their 100 user equipment. The user equipment 100 may be, for example, a mobile phone or a mobile telephone connected to any data device, such as a Personal Digital Assistance Device (PDA) or a laptop computer. The public switched telecommunications network 140 provides a variety of services for users or user devices connected to the wired network, such as traditional telephone sets 150 (piain old telephones, POTs), fax machines, or data modems. Other such devices, directly or indirectly related to the public switched telecommunications network 140, such as ISDN terminals or communication devices connected to the network via digital subscriber line (DSL), such as ADSL, HDSL or XDSL.

Typically, the data transmission network 120 includes one or more routers not shown in the drawing and a data bridge so that a plurality of nodes can be interconnected to communicate with each other. The data transmission network 120 used in connection with the invention also includes data object servers 130. In a data transmission network 120, there are usually several data object servers 130, but for the sake of simplicity, only one data object server 130 is shown in Figure 1. In a preferred embodiment of the system according to the invention, the functions of the data object server 130 are divided into two logically different parts, namely

-12 is a name server and an object server. The name server and the object server are either logically separated or physically separated. The name server is the address label, such as phone numbers, events, etc. and the appropriate location of the object server containing the requested objects, i.e., telephone pages, such as a Universal Resource Identifier (URI), is more specifically converted between a Universal Resource Locator (URL). The object server contains the searched objects and the contents of the phone pages. There may be more than one name server in the system, where a given name server can be operated by, for example, a mobile telephone network provider or a mobile phone dealer. The specific version of the user equipment determines which name server should be used. In a preferred embodiment of the system according to the invention, a user equipment belonging to a network operator, for example, automatically sends a request to the name server in the possession of the network operator via a SIM card. By sending a request for a user equipment automatically, for example, in a pre-programmed manner on a SIM card to a name server owned by the user, such as the network operator defined by the SIM card, a number of advantages are achieved, especially in terms of security, speed and redundancy.

The data transmission network can be an Internet or Intranet network. The user equipment 100 may establish a purely logical connection 171 to a telephone device 150 belonging to user B which is connected to the public switched telecommunications network 140 via a switching communication channel 161 established between the user equipment 100 and the base station subsystem 112 and via the mobile switching center 118. The communication 171 can thus transmit data between the user equipment 100 of the customer and the telephone device 150. Similarly, the user equipment 100 may establish a purely logical connection 172 to a device such as the data object server 130 via the packet switched communication channel 162 of the user equipment 100 and the base station 112, and the node 114 of the server GPSR support. the gateway is connected to the data transmission network 120 via GPRS support node 116. In this way, data 172 can transmit data between the user equipment 100 and the data object server 130.

In a possible embodiment of the system according to the invention, the data object server 130 includes graphical information objects, such as telephone pages, for an addressing signal, such as a telephone number. The telephone number is the same as a subscriber number, such as A number or B, which addresses a user equipment initiating a call or a user equipment terminating a call. The user A, after dialing the B number, has a data object on a packet-switched communication channel, i.e., receiving a telephone page stored in a memory location with a memory address corresponding to the dialed number B in the data object server 130. The data object server 130 may also directly include the telephone page with information relating to user B, but may also include direct access to a location in an internal or external data network maintained by the user B as a subscriber. Thus, the data object server 130 first serves as a number server that converts a B number specifying the storage location of the telephone page to an appropriate MRID. The data object server can be implemented on a physically separate object server belonging to the telephone page. Transforming and making available the address of the actually requested telephone page can be transparent when the object server of the telephone page transmits or sends a request to the telephone page to an appropriate object server that communicates directly or indirectly through the name server to the call initiator; or the telephone number server returns the requesting telephone number of the requested telephone number to the requester, and then redirects the claimant using the URI identification at the request of the requested telephone page.

The B-side telephone page may contain information about a B-side user, such as a phone number, address, and / or other information. One or more procedures may occur after receiving the B-side phone page. If the B number addresses a conventional telephone device 150, a bar-switched voice communication connection can be established. If the B number addresses another device, other events may occur, such as pay services. This obviously depends on the used A-side device, i.e. the user equipment 100.

In one embodiment of the system according to the invention, the user equipment 100 does not support the use of packet-switched communication channels, such as data objects with other devices, such as SMS messages or temporary

It can be queried on a 14-line-switched communication channel. In some cases, the queried data objects are GI identifiers pointing to a searched phone page, which are displayed with an SMS message. If an SMS message is considered a trigger event, the user equipment can view the received SMS message, and if any URI identifier is found, it starts a browser program based on it. In one embodiment of the system according to the invention, a packet-switched communication channel, such as a communication channel with defined service quality, is used to transmit speech in the communication infrastructure 10, where the public switched telecommunications network 140 and the data transmission network 120 are connected by some means not shown in FIG. .

FIG. 2 is a flowchart describing the operation of a caller user equipment, such as a user equipment 100, which transmits a telephone page to a user page using the user equipment. In step 205, the procedure starts with an A-side call initiation, e.g. In step 210, a trigger signal for a telephone page request is issued automatically, for example, by the other party terminating a call or manually by page A, for example by dialing a B number. A manual request is particularly advantageous if the last page of the called number was missing or last received, i.e. when the telephone number belongs to a number stored in the user equipment. The telephone page can be stored with a corresponding number in the user equipment for real off-line use or can be queried on demand. The trigger event 210 may be a series of events, such as one of the following events:

• To make a series of phone page pages, we make a call during which many trigger events can be generated.

• There is or will be an outgoing call.

• The addressed B page responds to a call.

• The addressed B-page is busy.

• The addressed B page does not respond.

• An addressed B page rejects a call.

• The addressed B page is unavailable, for example, the called mobile phone is inoperable.

-15 • Incoming call is in progress or has started.

• There is or will be a conference call.

• The call was disconnected.

• The subscriber's call is put on hold.

• The user equipment will be turned off.

• User equipment switched on.

• A specific button was pressed on the user equipment.

• A conversation pulse is received by a user equipment.

• Voice messages have been left to a subscriber.

• An SMS message was sent to a subscriber.

Certain trigger events may provide special services from, for example, the network operator or may provide information or adverts for a specific location. Such trigger events include:

• A new cell has been selected on the Public Land Mobile NetWork (PLMN).

• Subscriber location changed. Local ads can be forwarded, for example, to the nearest Chinese fast food ad.

• A new PLMN network operator was chosen. This allows, for example, the selected PLMN network operator to display a price list.

• A new country of registration has been entered. This trigger event can be used to send one or more phone pages for a new country.

As mentioned earlier, during a call, many trigger events can generate telephone page requests. The phone page can be a greeting card that is used before voice communication begins, as well as one or more phone pages requested or sent by the other party during the conversation, or the final handoff page transmitted at the end of the voice link. Before starting voice communication, all telephone pages can be retrieved and stored in the appropriate user equipment on both the initiator and the end page. The storage of telephone pages in the appropriate user equipment is particularly useful if at least one of the user equipment does not support simultaneous voice and data communication.

-16Α In step 230, page A initiates a request, preferably after a

It encrypted it in step 220 and then forwarded the request to a data object server via a communication channel, for example, via the packet switched connection shown in Figure 1. The data object server may have a number of different parameters, including:

• a code for the home operator;

• the code indicating the type of media;

• the code of the user equipment vendor, such as the manufacturer (for example, Nokia);

• the code indicating the type of user equipment (e.g., 7110);

• one or more codes that identify optional and / or supplied accessories; such accessories include a headset set, a keyboard, an mp3 player, a radio, a barcode scanner, etc .;

• an accessory code, such as an active or inactive status code for a headset or a car handsfree kit. An active headphone is suitably accompanied by an audible telephone page;

• the code for the user equipment software version;

• Required protocol used for transmission, such as WAP, WML, HDML, HTML, HTTP;

• an identifier of a data object server, such as a server name or a full IP address;

• a code that specifies the type of event triggered by the request for the data object, such as making an outgoing call;

• B number for at least one B side device;

• an A-side identifier, such as a mobile station's A number or a subscriber identity, such as an International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) ID;

• the A-side network address used by the data object server to return the requested data object, such as an IP address;

• Code indicating conversion options for page A, such as screen resolution, audio, etc .;

-17 • the code that specifies the encryption method and / or decryption key used;

• a code that specifies the country where the mobile station is registered, such as country code;

• the current PLMN (V-PLMN) network operator identification code or the code identifying the PLMN network where the A-side subscription (HPLMN) is;

• the code identifying the unique identifier of the equipment;

• the control code of the parameters, such as the checksum.

At the request of the data object sent in step 230, in one embodiment of the system according to the invention, the data object server responds in encrypted form, whereby the decryption performed in step 250 follows the response of the user with the user equipment in step 240.

If the data objects contain one or more telephone pages, then in the next step 260, a conversion process is performed, in which the data objects are displayed and / or audible depending on the capabilities of the user equipment, and then the process ends in step 299. For example, if the receiver user equipment headset is active, at least the audio interface can be used to supplement the displayed information. The phone page may contain information and functions to update the phone page stored in the receiver-side user equipment or the SIM card. Any updates may only be made with the approval of the buyer site. In one embodiment of the system according to the invention, when initiating or receiving a first call to or from a person who is not stored in the user equipment telephone directory, after receiving a telephone page containing the name and other information, a question is asked to the user equipment user whether one or more parts of the incoming information are stored in the phonebook.

Generally, step 299 is followed by a method depending on one or more of the capabilities of the A-side user equipment and the type of equipment addressed by the B number.

Of the above-mentioned embodiments of the system according to the invention, in which a continuous trigger event is a call, a number of advantages ···

can, for example, trade information be sold in response to a dialed number B, which makes it easy to balance the price of information received by phone pages. An issue of a magazine can be sold by calling a toll number, where the initiator party's phone number gives the name and address of the customer to whom the magazine is to be sent. The information that can be retrieved with a password or other similar device can be sold so that the customer calls a toll number and receives the requested information on a phone page after the call is terminated or even during a call on the basis of a password or similar device received for a charge.

Figure 3 is a flowchart of a corresponding process performed in a data object server, such as the data object server 130, wherein the process starts at step 305 and at step 310, the data object server receives a request for a data object. The request usually contains at least one signal corresponding to a number A or B, as well as an indication of what type of event triggered the request. If the request is encrypted, it is decrypted in step 320 before the content is displayed. The address indication in the request received at step 310, i.e., A or B, is mapped to a memory address of the data object server or to an address in the memory associated with the data object server of another server. Then, the data object, such as a telephone page, is retrieved in step 330. As mentioned earlier, the data object server either directly includes the phone page or contains only one pointer to the phone page, which pointer is optionally a URI identifier. In certain embodiments of the system according to the invention, where the data object server does not include the telephone page itself, the data object server transmits the request to the actual telephone side server or sends to the applicant a MRID that points to the telephone page. The process for forwarding a request consists of the following steps:

- the user equipment sends a request for a telephone page to the data object server;

- the data object server transmits the request with all appropriate parameters to the actual telephone page server;

- the actual telephone page server sends the requested phone page to the user equipment.

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The redirection process consists of the following steps:

- the user equipment sends a request for a telephone page to the data object server;

- the data object server returns the MRI of the actual telephone page server to the user equipment;

- the user equipment makes a new request to the actual telephone page server using the specified MRID;

- the actual telephone page server sends the requested phone page directly or indirectly, for example via the name server, to the user equipment.

The request sent in step 310 may include an indication of the display capabilities of the user equipment, wherein the data object in step 340 can be adapted within the data object server to specific conversion capabilities of the receiving user equipment. The request sent in step 310 may also include an indication of the applicant, such as a telephone number, when the returned telephone page or telephone pages are telephone pages that are combined depending on the applicant's identity. If the request was encrypted, or if the request was sent for some other reason, the data object is encrypted in step 350 before being returned to the requesting user equipment in step 360, and the procedure performed in the data object server ends in step 399.

Obviously, the above-described general solution for obtaining a data object associated with an address tag can be modified in a number of different ways, for example, depending on the communication capabilities of the user equipment used. For example, in one embodiment of the system according to the invention, it is possible to query, encrypt, send, decrypt and transform data objects simultaneously.

Today, user equipment, such as mobile stations, are being developed to be able to handle packet and line-switched connections at the same time. Such devices are generally referred to as Class A mobile stations. Other mobile stations only allow packet-switched and line-switched communication alternately, i.e. there is no possibility of simultaneous packet and line-switched transmission and reception. Such devices are generally referred to as class B mobile stations.

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Figure 20 shows a flowchart of a method performed when a class A mobile device according to the invention as a user equipment initiates a line-switched connection. The procedure starts at step 405 when the class A mobile station does not participate in the call. Then, in step 420, the user sends a B number to the B page by pressing a key or a key or activating the voice recognition device in step 420. At step 420, the complete B number is sent. Then, the mobile station A starts to establish two different connections, i.e. in step 430-440-498, a line-switched connection for the voice communication channel, and in steps 450-499, a packet-switched connection to call a telephone page. These methods can take place simultaneously in Class A mobile stations.

In the case of the line-switched procedure, in step 430, a voice link is initiated with the B side and a communication resource is allocated in the form of a mobile network through which the telephone conversation is conducted. The telephone conversation ends at step 440 in a manner similar to normal telephone calls, i.e., for example, by pressing a specific button on the mobile station or by placing the telephone of the wired telephone. The termination of the call includes the release of appropriate communication resources within the bar-switched part of the mobile communication network, as well as, for example, the public switched telephone network resources involved.

The packet switching procedure essentially comprises the steps of the flowchart shown in Figure 3, where, following the encryption performed in step 450, a request for a data object is sent in step 460, and the response is received in step 470, and in steps 490, preferably in step 480. after proper decryption is performed, the phone page is displayed in step 490, and then the packet switched connection is also closed in step 499.

As mentioned earlier, a class B mobile station cannot handle two connections at the same time, one is a packet-switched connection and the other a bar-switched connection, so for certain events, a different way to retrieve the phone pages is required when establishing a bar-switched voice connection.

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FIG. 5 illustrates a flowchart similar to the flowchart shown in FIG. 4, with the exception that a B-class mobile station operates on the A side, i.e. the call initiating page. The procedure begins at step 505 and then reads the B number in step 510 as previously described in FIG. This version of the procedure also includes a step 520 in which it is possible to choose whether to request or not to request a phone page. This choice is typically made by the user and / or the number B dialed with the appropriate setting. In one embodiment of the invention, a double click on a selected 'SEND' button indicates a request for the phone page. If the indication that they do not request a telephone page, the procedure proceeds with steps 550, 560 and 599, during which steps 430, 440 and 498 of FIG. 4 are performed, i.e. a bar-switched call connection is established and closed.

When a request for a telephone page is received, a request for a data object is encrypted in the next 530 step, and then in step 535, the request received is sent on a packet-switched communication channel. Interruption of the connection is monitored in step 540. While the packet switched connection is not interrupted in step 540, downloading of the data object to the A side is ongoing. The data objects are received in step 570 and, if encrypted, decrypted in step 580 and converted in step 590. In step 595, the data objects are detected, and while further information is received in step 595 and there was no interruption in step 540, the data download continues. For example, an interruption may occur when a user does not want to wait for a full download of a telephone page and instead initiates a bar-switched connection in step 550. This connection can be made at the expiration of a period of time or manually, indicated by a human-machine interface. Finally, we initiate the creation of a bar-switched connection if there are no more phone page data to download. In another embodiment of the system according to the invention, the telephone pages of a class B user equipment are downloaded from the data object server 130 at the end of the call or at any time when the user equipment does not participate in the call. The data object is locally stored in the user equipment, which is available when the next trigger event occurs.

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So far, we have described the calling of telephone pages and their display on an A-side device. Obviously, a B-side device is also suitable for displaying a connection-related telephone page, preferably a telephone page identified by an A-side number. Figure 6 is a flowchart of a method for calling an A-side telephone page with a B-side user equipment, provided that the B-side device has the same capabilities as a Class A mobile station. The procedure starts with step 605 when, for example, an incoming call arrives at the B-side user equipment. In step 610, a communication channel is allocated between the user equipment and the network 110 to which the user equipment is connected. In step 620, the call initiator ID, i.e. the A-side identifier, preferably the A-number, is displayed to the B-side. Then, in steps 660 and 670, after encryption, a request is sent to a data object server. The request is handled in the same way as receiving from the A-side when receiving at the server, i.e. decompressing the data object associated with the A-side identifier, if necessary. The user equipment receives the data object in step 680, i.e. the telephone page, and after the decryption performed in step 690, if necessary, the telephone page can be displayed in step 695 to the B-side user. For example, a welcome phone page requested on the basis of an incoming call serving as an trigger event and received by the B-side party in the termination user equipment may include, for example, a personal caller signal of the call initiator, i.e. the A-side party. Thus, the calling party, the A-side party, can identify itself to the B-page with a special call signal in the B-side user equipment. In one embodiment of the system according to the invention, the voice of a telephone page, preferably only temporarily, during a call or call set-up, can replace a call signal so that it can be used as a voice call signal for the telephone page. In another possible embodiment of the system according to the invention, the calling signal receiving the telephone page is preferably muted only for the duration of the call, so that instead of the normal call signal, only the voice of the telephone side can be heard.

If the call is answered in step 630, the voice communication process comprises the same procedure steps 640 and 650 as shown in FIGS. 4 and 5.

-23 ·· csan already described 430, 440, and 550, 560 steps. However, if the call is not answered in step 630, the procedure ends in step 698.

For the sake of simplicity, many steps of the signaling between the user equipment 100 and the communication infrastructure 110, as well as the signaling between the user equipment 100 and the data object server 130, have been omitted in some of the embodiments described above, and only focused on the new and necessary steps of the present invention. referred to in the above mentioned indication. Obviously, other procedures, such as authentication, channel assignment, or billing, may occur other than the signal previously described.

Figure 7 is a block diagram of a user equipment that can be used in a possible embodiment of the system according to the invention, wherein the user equipment is a mobile phone or a PDA having options similar to a mobile phone. In the user equipment, a central processing unit (CPU) 750 is connected to at least one memory unit 751 and at least one display 720. You can also connect to the 750 CPU 752 keyboard, allowing subscribers to feed, for example, digits. The memory unit 751 may be a non-volatile memory, such as an EEPROM or a SIM card, so that the stored information may be retained in the event of a temporary loss of power supply. The CPU 750 is also connected to the radio unit 710, which converts incoming and outgoing data into radio frequency modulated signals. The radio unit 710 is coupled to an antenna 760 that allows radio frequency modulated signals to be transmitted / received in an RF compatible medium such as air. The radio unit 710 can also be connected directly or indirectly to earphones 730 and microphone 740 to provide voice communication. The user equipment may include a plurality of programs, such as a 771 browser, that can convert at least one particular type of data object, and an encryption / decryption machine 772 that allows the requested data object to be encrypted or decrypted. The user equipment can be provided with cache memory on request, where it is possible to store and retrieve data objects without having to allocate transmission resources in the communication network.

Fig. 8 is a block diagram of a data object server 130 used in a possible embodiment of the system according to the invention. The data object server 130 comprises at least one CPU 830 which is connected to at least one memory 810, a cache memory 850, at least one database 840, and at least one interface 820. The memory 810 and the database 840 may be non-volatile memory. The 820 interface allows the CPU 830 to send data to the data transmission network 120 and receive data from the data transmission network 120. The 850 cache memory allows you to store frequently used data objects so the 830 CPU can request this data at any time. The database 840 contains the actual data objects that the user equipment 100 may request through the communication infrastructure 110 and the data network 120. The data object server 130 may also include programs, such as filter 861, which allows optimization of the data objects depending on the conversion capabilities of the user equipment 100, or an encryption / decryption machine 862 that allows the requested data objects to be encrypted or decrypted.

In one possible version of the data object server, memory 810, interface 820, CPU 830, database 840, cache memory 850, and interface 860 may be implemented on multiple computers. In one embodiment of the system according to the invention, such computers may be located at a considerable distance from each other.

The number B can be indicated by any means suitable for indicating the B number in the Side User Equipment. Fig. 9 is a flowchart of a first version of a method comprising the steps of displaying the B number, wherein the number B is displayed starting with step 905, and in step 910 a character is received from a keypad. In step 920, the character is stored in a buffer in the user equipment, and then in step 930 it is checked whether the B number is complete. If the number B is incomplete, steps 910, 920, and 930 are repeated. However, if the B number is complete, the B number display procedure ends in step 999. When determining the completeness of the B number in 930, a timer that monitors the display procedure can be used; a group of multiple keyboards to minimize the number of keypads pressed; highlighted buttons to indicate the completeness of the number, for example by pressing the 'SEND' or 'CALL' button once; and a means for analyzing the digits in the buffer for completeness of the B number.

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Another possible way of displaying the B number is by means of sound detection, when the incoming conversation pulse successfully fits into one of the elements of the internal database in user equipment 100, thereby obtaining a valid B number after the conversation pulse just mentioned.

The display of the A number can be accomplished by any means for displaying the user equipment 100 with an A number display device. A first example of a numbering method A is illustrated in the flowchart shown in Figure 10, starting at step 1005. In step 1010, an A number is received from the communication network 110. After step 1010, in step 1020, we examine whether the number A is valid, for example, is not closed, is not secret, or is misunderstood, and if it is valid, store it in step 1030 in a user equipment 100 memory. If the number A is invalid, then one of the user equipment 100 is in the memory. this is the indication of the invalidity of the number in step 1040. The procedure ends in step 1099.

Another possible way of displaying the A number is when we send directly a number A or a data object in response to a number A on a logical data communication link 162.

Fig. 11 is a block diagram of a second embodiment of a user equipment according to the invention, wherein the user equipment 100 is a wired telephone suitable for a graphic display. The user equipment 100 shown in FIG. 11 is identical to the mobile phone shown in FIG. 7, except that it comprises a media adapter 1210 instead of the radio unit 710 and the antenna 760, which signals the incoming and outgoing signals to the standards of a specific transmission medium. It can be transformed from signals that are standard, including ISDN, ADSL, HDSL, VDSL, cable television network standards, or any combination of these.

Figure 12 shows a further embodiment of a user equipment according to the invention, wherein the user equipment 100 is a mobile telephone 1390 that does not have data object conversion capabilities, but has a 1360 antenna connected to a PDA 1490 via a communication link 1395. The communication link 1395 can be implemented, for example, by infrared 26 • · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · via '' via Bluetooth, e.g. PDA 1490 includes a CPU 1450 that is connected to at least one memory unit 1451, at least one display 1420. The 1350 CPU can also be connected to a 1452 keyboard, allowing subscribers to enter digits, for example. The memory unit 1451 may be a non-volatile memory, such as an EEPROM or a SIM card, so that the stored information is not lost if the power supply is temporarily lost. The 1490 also includes PDA 1470 programs, such as a 1471 browser that can convert at least one type of data object, or an encryption / decryption machine 1472 that allows encryption of data object requests and decryption of data objects. Further information about the mobile phone 1390 was provided in connection with Figure 7, where the display 1320 corresponds to the display 720, the radio unit 1310 corresponds to the radio unit 710, the CPU 1350 corresponds to the CPU 750, and the memory 1351 corresponds to the memory 751, the The keyboard fits the 752 keypad, the 1330 headset fits the 730 headset, and the 1340 microphone fits the 740 microphone.

The functions of the invention can be pre-programmed into a user equipment or loaded, downloaded to the user equipment. It is also possible for a network operator to provide the application in a SIM card that is made available to the user for access to the network.

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The invention is basically a device that establishes association between various address labels, such as telephone numbers and data objects, such as Internet addresses to phone pages. When a user dials a phone number, it automatically receives the content of my Internet sites and the content on that Internet address, that is, the phone page is automatically downloaded and then displayed on the user's telephone. At the same time, the user's own phone page is also downloaded and displayed on the telephone of the called party. In addition to having a phone number for a phone page - preferably the telephone number of both the owner and the claimant, which allows for the transmission of different telephone pages depending on the person sending or receiving the request - the phone page also has a specific event. Such an event is when the user »·

-27 is dialing a phone number, answering a call, receiving an incoming call or when the dialed number is busy. The user may have several different phone pages, each with one or more events. This allows the user to send different types of information to other users depending on the specific situation. A good example of this is when the user has the option to enter additional information, such as an email address, if the device is busy or unresponsive. The invention can be briefly described as follows.

For example, a telephone page event occurs when a user dials a number, such as a mobile number, on his phone. The mobile phone automatically sends a request to the server managing the telephone number, in which it requests an Internet address, i.e., the location of the telephone page, which belongs to the dialed telephone number.

The phone number number server uses the phone number with other parameters to extract the Internet address from a database.

When the mobile phone receives the location of the desired phone page, a browser or program with the same function is launched and requests for retrieval of information on the Internet address. The contents of the phone page are then downloaded to the mobile terminal.

The invention is not limited to the embodiments or variants disclosed herein, i.e., may be modified arbitrarily within the scope of the claims.

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determining the occurrence of a trigger event;
compiling a request for the object associated with the address token, said request comprising at least two parameters, wherein the first parameter represents the polled address signal, and the second parameter represents the specified trigger event;
sending a request for the object to a data object server on a second communication channel;
receiving from the data object server a data object dependent on the value of the parameters or an indication of the data object; and processing the received object or object indication.
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-4 049. 36-48. The telecommunication system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the incoming object contains a tone which at least temporarily replaces a call tone of the first user equipment.
50. Articles 36-48. The telecommunication system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the received object contains a sound and the call signal of the first user equipment is at least temporarily obscured, so that instead of the call tone, the received voice in the object is processed.
51. The 36-50. A telecommunication system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the received object contains information and functions for updating the telephone page in the receiver user equipment or the SIM card.
52. A mobile telephone comprising a central processing unit, a memory, a removable memory, preferably a SIM card, and at least one display, characterized in that it comprises a removable memory 36-51. A program for performing the functions of an apparatus according to any one of claims 1 to 4 is stored.
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9. The method of any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the trigger event is one of the following events:
making or initiating outgoing calls; an addressed caller responds to a call; the addressed party called is busy; the addressed party does not respond; the addressed party rejects a call; the addressed party is not available;
the addressed party is not available because the addressed mobile device is in an uncovered area;
an incoming call will arrive or an incoming call has already started; initiating or initiating a conference call; the call was interrupted;
the call is currently ongoing;
waiting for the subscriber's call;
a new cell has been selected in the public terrestrial mobile network;
the location of the subscriber changed;
they chose a new public terrestrial mobile network provider;
a new country of registration has been given;
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a selected button was pressed on the user equipment; the user equipment received a conversation pulse; leave a voice message to the subscriber; and
SMS messages were sent to the subscriber.
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11. The method of 1-8. A method according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the trigger event is the completeness of the address signal, which is given by pressing a selected button.
12. The method of claim 9, wherein if the trigger event is that a call is in progress, the trigger event may cause a number of additional trigger events during the call.
13. Referring to FIGS. Method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that when determining the trigger event, it is also determined whether there are additional trigger events during the time the call is in progress, thereby providing an opportunity to initiate further requests for data objects during the call.
14. References 1-13. A method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the trigger event is the pressing of a selected button on the user equipment; the address tag is a telephone number included in a list of the first user equipment; the phone number is a missed incoming call, an outgoing call, or a phone number for an incoming call.
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Method according to claim 12, characterized in that we sell commercial information by calling a telephone number and use trigger events to pay for the value of the information.
16. Examples 1-15. A method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the at least two parameters are one or more of the following parameters:
a parameter representing the protocol required for the transmission, wherein the protocol is preferably WAP, WML, HDML or HTML;
a parameter representing a data object server identifier, preferably a server name or a full IP address;
a parameter representing a code that specifies what type of event triggered the requested data object, which trigger event may be an outbound call;
a parameter representing at least one of the terminating user equipment of the terminating party, indicating a called number;
the calling party identification parameter, which is preferably a mobile station number;
a parameter representing a network address of a calling party, which network address is used by the data object server when returning a requested data object, wherein the network address is preferably an IP address;
a parameter representing the code indicating the displaying capabilities of the calling party, preferably displaying resolution or sound output;
a parameter representing the code used for the encryption scheme or encryption key used;
a parameter representing the code in which country the mobile station is registered;
a parameter representing a code that specifies a public terrestrial mobile network, or both, comprising the current public terrestrial mobile network operator or the initiating party as a subscriber;
a parameter representing a distributor of a mobile device or a code indicating the type of mobile station;
-32 is a parameter representing the code identifying a single unit; and a parameter indicating the validity code of the parameters, which is preferably a checksum.
17. References 1-16. Method according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that one or more parameters of the request are selected from the following parameters:
a parameter representing the code giving the home operator; a parameter representing the type of data carrier; the parameter representing the distributor code; a parameter representing the code of the type of user equipment; Optional and / or supplied accessory code, which may include handheld kit, keyboard, mp3 player, radio, barcode reader, PDA, Bluetooth device, etc .;
a parameter representing a code indicating whether or not an accessory, such as a handshake kit, such as a headset kit or a radio handsfree kit, is active;
a parameter representing the code indicating the version of the procedure; and a parameter representing the code indicating the version number or version number of the software in the first user equipment.
18. References 1-17. A method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that if the first user equipment is not used during a call or after the call is terminated, the data objects are obtained from the data object server and stored locally in the first user equipment to the next trigger. event occurs.
19. References 1-18. A method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the address signal represents a new country of registration and the requested data object relates to the new country.
-3 320. 1-19 A method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that commercial information is sold by calling a telephone number and the trigger event is the execution of the payment, preferably when the call is connected by the first communication channel or when the call is interrupted.
21. The method of claim 20, wherein the data object is either a commercial information itself or a representation of commercial information.
22. Referring to FIGS. Method according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that a universal resource locator for the data object server is pre-programmed into the first user equipment.
23. The method of 1-22. Method according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the data object server is at least logically divided into a name server and an object server, and the request for the object is sent to the name server on a second communication channel.
24. The method of claim 23, wherein receiving an object signal from the data object server, receiving an object from the name server, wherein processing the object signaling comprises the following steps:
sending a request for the object to the object server by means of the incoming signal of the object;
receiving a data object dependent on the value of the parameters from the object server; and processing the incoming object.
25. The method of claim 23, wherein receiving the data object from the object server comprises the steps of:
sending the request for the object to the object server with the name server;
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26. Method according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that a universal resource locator for the name server is pre-programmed into the first user equipment.
27. Referring to Figs. Method according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the incoming signal of the incoming object or object is derived from a set of data objects that depend on the applicant's identifier.
28. References 1-27. A method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the incoming object contains a tone which at least temporarily replaces a call tone of the first user equipment.
29. A method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the incoming object comprises a sound, and the voice of the first user equipment is at least temporarily muted and the received tone is processed instead of the call tone.
30. For the purposes of FIGS. Method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the incoming object contains information and functions for updating the telephone page in the receiver user equipment or the SIM card.
31. A wired telephone having a graphical display capability, characterized in that said one of claims 1 to 30 comprises: The method according to any one of the preceding claims, in the form of an apparatus for performing the method.
32. A mobile telephone comprising a central processing unit, a memory, and at least one display unit, characterized in that said means 1-30. The method according to any one of the preceding claims, in the form of an apparatus for performing the method.
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34. A cellular telephone comprising a central processing unit, a memory, a removable memory, preferably a SIM card and at least one display, characterized in that said device comprises: The method according to any one of claims 1 to 4, is implemented as an executable device in addition to the removable memory.
35. A mobile telephone comprising a central processing unit, a memory unit, and at least one display unit, characterized in that the memory is loaded into the memory in accordance with claims 1-30. The method of any one of claims 1 to 3.
36. A telecommunication system comprising a first user equipment, a second user equipment, a communication network and a data object server establishing a first communication channel between the first user equipment and the second user equipment, characterized in that the first user equipment triggers a trigger event requiring address tag determining the request for an object for a request for an object belonging to the address signal on a second communication channel is the data object or data object being sent to the data object server as the data object server receiving and the received data object or the data object's received signal processing processing device, wherein the request for the object contains at least two parameters, of which the first parameter is the parameter representing the requested address signal, and the second parameter is the parameter. ter parameter representing the determined triggering event; and, depending on the value of the parameters, the data object server implements the data object or data object signaling as a result of the request on the second communication channel as the first user equipment.
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38. The telecommunication system of claim 37, wherein the data objects are displayed in accordance with the functions of the first user equipment.
39. Figures 36-38. Telecommunication system according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the trigger event is any of the following events:
making or initiating outgoing calls; an addressed caller responds to a call; the addressed party called is busy; the addressed party does not respond; the addressed party rejects a call;
the addressed party is not available because the addressed mobile device is in an uncovered area;
an incoming call will start or an incoming call has already started; initiating or initiating a conference call; the call was interrupted;
the call is currently ongoing;
waiting for the subscriber's call;
a new cell has been selected in the public terrestrial mobile network;
the location of the subscriber changed;
they chose a new public terrestrial mobile network provider;
a new country of registration has been given;
the user equipment will be switched off;
the user equipment is turned off;
a selected button was pressed on the user equipment;
the user equipment received a conversation pulse;
leave a voice message to the subscriber; and
SMS messages were sent to the subscriber.
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40. Articles 36-39. The telecommunication system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the trigger event is to enter the completeness of the address signal by pressing a selected key.
41. Articles 36-40. A telecommunication system according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the at least two parameters comprise one or more of the following parameters:
a parameter representing the protocol required for the transmission, wherein the protocol is preferably WAP, WML, HDML or HTML;
a parameter representing a data object server identifier, preferably a server name or a full IP address;
a parameter representing a code that specifies what type of event triggered the requested data object, which trigger event may be an outbound call:
a parameter representing at least one termination party user equipment indicated by the indicated number;
a parameter representing the identity of the calling party, preferably a calling station of a mobile station;
a parameter representing a network address of a calling party, which network address is used by the data object server when returning a requested data object, which network address is preferably an IP address;
a parameter representing the code indicating the displaying capabilities of the calling party, preferably displaying resolution or sound output;
a parameter representing the code used for the encryption scheme or encryption key used;
a parameter representing the code in which country the mobile station is registered;
a parameter representing a code that specifies a public terrestrial mobile network, or both, comprising the current public terrestrial mobile network operator or the initiating party as a subscriber;
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a parameter representing the code identifying the unit's unique identifier; and a parameter indicating the validity code of the parameters, which is preferably a checksum.
42. The methods described in 36-41. A telecommunication system according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that one or more parameters of the request are selected from the following parameters;
a parameter representing the code giving the home operator; a parameter representing the type of data carrier; the parameter representing the distributor code; a parameter representing the code of the type of user equipment; Optional and / or supplied accessory code, which may include handheld kit, keyboard, mp3 player, radio, barcode reader, PDA, etc .;
a parameter representing a code indicating whether or not an accessory, such as a handshake kit, such as a headset kit or a radio handsfree kit, is active;
a parameter representing the code indicating the version of the procedure; and a parameter representing the code indicating the version number or software version of the software in the first user equipment.
43. A telecommunication system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the first user equipment comprises a cache memory and the first user equipment is arranged so that if it does not participate in a call or a call termination, it receives data objects from the data object server and stores them in the cache memory to be available until the next trigger event.
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44. Articles 36-43. A telecommunication system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the trigger event is the pressing of a selected button on the user equipment; the address tag is a telephone number that is included in a list of the first user equipment; and the phone number is a missed incoming call, an outgoing call, or a phone number of an incoming call.
45. Articles 36-44. A telecommunication system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that a universal resource locator belonging to the data object server is pre-programmed into the first user equipment.
46. A 36-45. The telecommunication system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the data object server is at least logically divided into a name server and an object server, and the request for the object on a second communication channel is sent to the name server.
47. The telecommunication system of claim 46, wherein the first user equipment is configured to receive the object signal from the name server and is configured to process object signaling from the data object server reception. the request for the object is sent to the object server by the object inbound signal, and receives the data object sent by the object server based on the parameter values and processes the received object.
48. The telecommunication system of claim 46, wherein said name server is configured to transmit an object request to said object server, and said first user equipment is configured to receive data values from said object server from said data object server. receives an appropriate data object.
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