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JP2004096386A
JP2004096386A JP2002254309A JP2002254309A JP2004096386A JP 2004096386 A JP2004096386 A JP 2004096386A JP 2002254309 A JP2002254309 A JP 2002254309A JP 2002254309 A JP2002254309 A JP 2002254309A JP 2004096386 A JP2004096386 A JP 2004096386A
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Hajime Sakai
坂井 ▲はじめ▼
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a cordless phone capable of utilizing a mounted radio function for an auxiliary function in the case of a speech within a range of not disturbing a speech function. <P>SOLUTION: The cordless phone 1 is configured with a master unit 2 provided with a wireless communication section 5 that transmits / receives a voice signal or the like through a channel and makes two-way communication with a slave unit 3; and the slave unit 3 provided with the wireless communication section 5 for making two-way wireless communication with the master unit 2. The cordless phone 1 is configured such that at least either of the master unit 2 and the slave unit 3 is provided with the radio function section 14 to receive a radio broadcast program and uses the radio broadcast program as a notice sound or an effect sound for the cordless phone 1. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2004,JPO

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[0001]
TECHNICAL FIELD OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a cordless telephone device having a radio function.
[0002]
[Prior art]
A conventional cordless telephone device equipped with a radio function has a radio function added to at least one of the parent device and the child device of the cordless telephone device, and switches between the telephone function and the radio function as necessary. Had been configured.
[0003]
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
However, in the above-described base unit or slave unit of the conventional cordless telephone device, as described above, the radio function mounted on the base unit or slave unit is sealed off from the original call function. There is a restriction that it can only be used as an anti-function. Therefore, there is a problem that the radio function cannot be used at all during a call.
[0004]
An object of the present invention is to solve the above problems and to provide a cordless telephone device in which a built-in radio function can be used as an auxiliary function during a telephone call, as long as the telephone function is not hindered.
[0005]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
In order to solve this problem, the cordless telephone device of the present invention transmits and receives a voice signal and the like through a line, and includes a base unit including a wireless communication unit for performing bidirectional wireless communication with a slave unit,
A cordless telephone device comprising: a slave unit having a wireless communication unit for performing bidirectional wireless communication with the base unit;
At least one of the master unit and the slave unit is provided with a radio function unit for receiving a radio broadcast, and the radio broadcast is used as a notification sound or a sound effect for a cordless telephone device.
[0006]
According to the present invention, it is possible to provide a cordless telephone device that can use a built-in radio function as an auxiliary function during a telephone call, as long as the telephone function is not hindered.
[0007]
BEST MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION
An invention according to claim 1 of the present invention transmits and receives an audio signal and the like through a line, and includes a master unit including a wireless communication unit for performing bidirectional wireless communication with a slave unit.
A cordless telephone device comprising: a slave unit having a wireless communication unit for performing bidirectional wireless communication with the base unit;
A radio function unit for receiving a radio broadcast is provided in at least one of the parent device and the child device, and the radio broadcast is used as a notification sound or a sound effect for a cordless telephone device,
There is an effect that a radio broadcast such as an FM broadcast can be used as a ringing melody, a holding tone, or the like of various variations.
[0008]
According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect of the present invention, a radio broadcast is used as a ring tone as a notification sound for a cordless telephone device, and when a radio function unit is turned off, an incoming call is received from a line. The radio function unit is turned on, and a radio broadcast of a preset channel is output as sound,
Even if the radio function unit is off, the radio broadcast can be used as a ringing melody.
[0009]
According to a third aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect of the present invention, a radio broadcast is used as a ring tone as a notification sound for a cordless telephone device, and when a radio function unit is already on, an incoming call is received from a line. Then, it is configured to raise the volume of the radio broadcast during audio output,
Even when the radio function unit is on, an incoming call can be notified without interrupting the radio broadcast.
[0010]
According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect of the present invention, a radio broadcast is used as a hold sound as a sound effect for a cordless telephone device, and a call is held from a call state. In the case of transition to the state, it is configured to transmit a radio broadcast of a preset channel as a hold sound,
Since a radio broadcast such as FM is played at the time of holding, there is an effect that even if the holding state is prolonged, the side that has been put on hold is not irritated.
[0011]
According to a fifth aspect of the present invention, in any one of the first, second, third and fourth aspects, a radio broadcast is used as a sound effect for a cordless telephone device in a BGM during a call. And
If the BGM is classical music or the like, there is an effect that, depending on the music, the tension at the time of the call can be released and the call can be made in a relaxed state.
[0012]
The invention according to claim 6 of the present invention is the invention according to any one of claims 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, wherein only one of the master unit and the slave unit has the radio function unit. If the radio function unit is not installed, the radio function unit on the remote operation side is activated by wireless remote control from the side without the radio function unit, and the radio broadcast received by the radio function unit on the remote operation side is remotely transmitted. It is configured to transfer wirelessly to the operation side,
It has the effect that the radio function can be used even on the side where the radio function unit is not mounted.
[0013]
Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described.
[0014]
(Embodiment 1)
An outline of an embodiment of the present invention is that, in a base unit or a handset of a cordless telephone device equipped with a radio function, a radio broadcast such as an FM broadcast is used as a notification sound or a sound effect of a call function, The idea is that radio broadcasts can be used instead of ringtones.
[0015]
If either the master unit or the slave unit does not have a radio function, the remote side controls the installed radio function from the non-equipped side, and the The present invention has been devised so that the radio broadcast received in the above can be transferred to the other as a form of communication between the parent device and the child device.
[0016]
Hereinafter, an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIGS.
[0017]
FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing a configuration of a base unit of a cordless telephone device according to one embodiment of the present invention. 2 to 6 are schematic diagrams showing a setting method of the radio function setting unit of the base unit of the cordless telephone device according to one embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 7 and FIG. 8 are block diagrams showing the configuration of the cordless telephone apparatus according to the embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 9 is a schematic diagram showing a setting method of the radio function setting unit of the slave unit of the cordless telephone device according to one embodiment of the present invention.
[0018]
In FIG. 1, a cordless telephone device 1 includes a base unit 2 connected to a line, and a slave unit 3 having a limited mobile communication function using the base unit 2 as a base station. Bidirectional wireless communication is possible with the slave unit 3 within a certain distance (100 to 150 m).
[0019]
Base unit 2 transmits and receives voice signals to and from the other party of the telephone under the control of control unit 4. The base unit 2 can bidirectionally wirelessly communicate with the sub unit 3 through the radio communication unit 5 including the radio transmission unit and the radio reception unit. The control unit 4 includes a CPU, a RAM, a ROM, and the like, and is responsible for overall control of the master unit 2. Since the base unit 2 has the handset 6 connected by a cord, when the handset 6 is picked up and off-hook, a radio call (extension call) with the handset 3 and a call with the outside through a line (external call) are made. It is possible. In addition, since base unit 2 is also provided with speakerphone communication unit 7, when the switch of speakerphone communication unit 7 is pressed, it is possible to make a telephone call without hands. Since the base unit 2 is provided with an answering machine 8, if the bell does not go off-hook on both the base unit 2 and the handset 3 even if a bell comes in from the line, the answering machine unit 8 is activated. You can record incoming messages. At this time, if the bell does not go off-hook even if the bell rings a predetermined number of times (for example, six times), the control unit 4 switches the changeover switch 9 from the call circuit unit 10 to the answering machine unit 8 side. When making a call, the dial is operated by operating the operation unit 11. At this time, the dialed telephone number is displayed on the display unit 12 constituted by an LCD or the like so that the dial number can be confirmed. Alternatively, if the caller is registered in the electronic telephone directory 13, the name of the caller is searched in the electronic telephone directory 13, the target telephone number or name is displayed on the display unit 12, and then the off-hook operation is performed. Then you can make a phone call.
[0020]
Now, since the base unit 2 is equipped with the radio function unit 14, the user can listen to a radio broadcast such as an FM broadcast by operating a tuner as necessary to select a station. The radio broadcast received by the radio function unit 14 is output as sound from the speaker 7a. The tuner of the radio function unit 14 is preferably of a digital type in order to enable remote operation, but may be of an analog type if remote operation is not assumed. The radio broadcast received by the radio function unit 14 of the base unit 2 can be used as a notification sound or a sound effect of the base unit 2, and if the radio broadcast is transferred to the sub unit side as described later, Even if the radio function unit is not installed on the side, the radio broadcast can be heard on the slave unit side. Of course, the radio broadcast transferred from the base unit 2 can also be used as a notification sound or a sound effect on the slave unit side.
[0021]
In order to use the radio broadcast received by the radio function unit 14 of the base unit 2 as a notification sound or a sound effect of the base unit 2, the operation unit 11 is operated in advance to change the setting of the radio function setting unit 15 to “use notification sound”. Or "use sound effects". As shown in FIG. 2, if the setting of the radio function setting unit 15 is set to “use notification sound”, a radio broadcast can be used as a ringtone, and the setting of the radio function setting unit 15 can be set to “effect”. If "use sound" is set, a radio broadcast can be used for a hold sound during holding or BGM during a call.
[0022]
If the setting of the radio function setting unit 15 is “use notification sound”, when an incoming call is received from a line while the radio function unit 14 is off, as shown in FIG. In place of (a ringing melody if a ringing melody is used instead of a bell), the radio function unit 14 is switched from off to on to output a radio broadcast of a preset channel from the speaker 7a. If the user listens to a radio broadcast before receiving a call from the line, that is, if a call arrives from the line when the radio function unit 14 is already on, as shown in FIG. Raise the volume to alert you of an incoming call. Even if the volume of the radio broadcast is suddenly changed, it does not hinder the listening itself. Therefore, in order not to interrupt the radio broadcast, an incoming call is notified by increasing the volume of the radio broadcast.
[0023]
If the setting of the radio function setting unit 15 is “use sound effect”, as shown in FIG. 5, when the hold button is pressed during a call to shift from the call state to the hold state, the hold sound is set in place of the original hold sound. The radio broadcast of the selected channel is transmitted via the communication circuit unit 10 as a hold sound. In the past, even if the hold state was prolonged, the same hold sound was only repeatedly played, so that the prolonged hold state was a bit painful for the person on hold. However, if the radio broadcast is played as a hold sound, the person on hold will be released from the pain of repeatedly listening to the same contents, so that even if the hold state is prolonged, it will be more patient than ever . Also, if the setting of the radio function setting unit 15 is “use sound effect”, regardless of whether a call is made or a call is received, as shown in FIG. The radio broadcast of the selected channel is transmitted to the line via the communication circuit unit 10 as BGM during a call. At this time, the same radio broadcast also flows as BGM from the receiver of the receiver 6 on the user side. When radio broadcasting is used as BGM during a call, the BGM cannot be used unless the BGM button is pressed. The reason for this is that the user can individually decide whether or not to use BGM depending on the other party of the call. Because it is more convenient. Or, conversely, BGM may be made to flow during a call, and the BGM may be stopped by pressing the BGM button depending on the other party of the call. If the radio broadcast used for the BGM is classical music or the like, depending on the music, it is possible to release the tension at the time of the call and relax (relax) to make the call relaxed.
[0024]
Note that the setting of the radio function setting unit 15 can be set to “use notification sound + use sound effect”. Radio broadcasting can also be used for BGM.
[0025]
In FIG. 7, the slave 3 is capable of bidirectional wireless communication with the master 2 via a wireless communication unit 17 including a wireless transmission unit and a wireless reception unit under the control of the control unit 16. The control unit 16 includes a CPU, a RAM, a ROM, and the like, and is responsible for overall control of the slave unit 3. Since the slave unit 3 is provided with the communication unit 18, it is possible to perform an extension call with the master unit 2 and an outside line call via the master unit 2. When making a telephone call, the user dials by operating the operation unit 19. At this time, the dialed telephone number is displayed on the display unit 20 composed of an LCD or the like so that the dial number can be confirmed. Since the electronic telephone directory 21 is also provided, if the person to make a call is registered in the electronic telephone directory 21, it is possible to search the electronic telephone directory 21 and make a telephone call.
[0026]
Since the slave unit 3 shown in FIG. 7 is also equipped with the radio function unit 14 and the radio function setting unit 15, the user listens to the radio broadcast and uses the radio broadcast as the notification sound and the sound effect in the same manner as the base unit 2. be able to. The description of the slave unit 3 is completely the same as that of the master unit 2 and therefore will not be repeated. However, if only the outline is described, if the setting of the radio function setting unit 15 is “use notification sound”, the radio The broadcast can be output from the speaker 22 as a ringtone, and if the setting of the radio function setting unit 15 is "use sound effect", the radio broadcast can be transmitted as a hold sound or BGM during a call. When the radio broadcast is used as BGM during a call, the radio broadcast is input to the call unit 18 and transmitted to the base unit 2 from the wireless communication unit 17 to be transmitted to the line as BGM or hold sound. , The same radio broadcast flows as BGM. If the setting of the radio function setting unit 15 is “use of notification sound + use of sound effect”, the radio broadcast can be used also for the ringtone, the hold sound, and the BGM during a call.
[0027]
Now, if the radio function unit 14 is mounted on both the base unit 2 and the handset 3 of the cordless telephone device 1, the radio broadcast can be used as the notification sound and the sound effect in each of the base unit 2 and the handset 3. As described above. However, as a practical problem, if the radio function unit 14 is mounted on both the base unit 2 and the handset 3, it will increase the manufacturing cost of the cordless telephone device 1. Therefore, the radio function unit 14 is mounted on only the master unit 2 or the slave unit 3, and the side without the radio function unit 14 wirelessly transmits a radio broadcast from the side on which the radio function unit 14 is mounted. If the user is allowed to use the radio broadcast for the notification sound and the sound effect, the manufacturing cost of the cordless telephone device 1 can be reduced.
[0028]
Hereinafter, a base unit equipped with the radio function unit 14 is remotely controlled from a slave unit not equipped with the radio function unit 14, and a radio broadcast is transmitted from the base unit to the slave unit so that the radio broadcast is notified and effected on the slave unit side. The method used as a sound will be described. When the radio function unit 14 is mounted in the opposite manner, the master unit and the slave unit may be interchanged, and the description in this case is omitted.
[0029]
As shown in FIG. 8, since the radio function unit 14 is not mounted on the sub device 23, unlike the case of the sub device 3 shown in FIG. Radio broadcasts cannot be used as sound effects. However, since the base unit 2 shown in FIG. 1 is equipped with the radio function unit 14, if the base unit 2 is remotely operated wirelessly from the slave unit 23, the radio function unit of the base unit 2 on the remote operation side will be described. By using the terminal 14, the slave unit 23 can also listen to the radio broadcast and use it for the notification sound and the sound effect. When performing a remote operation, the wireless communication unit 17 of the slave unit 23 on the remote operation side serves as a remote control transmission unit, and the wireless communication unit 5 of the master unit 2 on the remote operation side serves as a remote control reception unit.
[0030]
In FIG. 8, the slave unit 23 can bidirectionally wirelessly communicate with the master unit 2 through a wireless communication unit 17 including a wireless transmission unit and a wireless reception unit under the control of the control unit 16. The control unit 16 is configured by a CPU, a RAM, a ROM, and the like, and is responsible for overall control of the slave unit 23. Since the slave unit 23 includes the communication unit 18, it is possible to make an extension call with the base unit 2 and an outside line call through the base unit 2. When making a call, the operation unit 24 is operated and dialing is performed. In this case, the dialed telephone number is displayed on the display unit 20 composed of an LCD or the like so that the dialed number can be confirmed. Since the electronic telephone directory 21 is also provided, if the person to make a call is registered in the electronic telephone directory 21, it is possible to search the electronic telephone directory 21 and make a telephone call.
[0031]
The remote control function for remotely controlling the radio function unit 14 of the base unit 2 is added to the operation unit 24 of the sub unit 23 shown in FIG. Is different from As shown in FIG. 9, after setting the radio function setting unit 15 of the slave unit 23 as described in FIG. 7, after operating the operation unit 24 and pressing the “radio use” button, the control unit 16 The remote operation data is created and transmitted from the wireless communication unit 17 to the base unit 2. When the remote operation data is received by the wireless communication unit 5 of the base unit 2, the control unit 4 sets the radio function setting unit 15 of the base unit 2 as set by the radio function setting unit 15 of the slave unit 23. . Then, the control unit 4 uses the radio function unit 14 of the master unit 2 not for the master unit 2 but for the slave unit 23. That is, if the setting of the radio function setting unit 15 of the base unit 2 is “use notification sound”, when a call is received from the line, the base unit 2 sends the radio broadcast as a ringtone to the slave unit 23 via the wireless communication unit 5. If the setting is “use sound effect”, the base unit 2 transfers the radio broadcast to the slave unit 23 via the communication circuit unit 10 and the wireless communication unit 5 as a hold sound or BGM during a call. Similarly, if the setting is “use notification sound + use sound effect”, the radio broadcast is transferred to the slave unit 23 as a ringtone, a hold tone, or BGM during a call. If the remote control data received by base unit 2 is simply “radio function unit on”, base unit 2 transfers the received radio broadcast to slave unit 23 via wireless communication unit 5.
[0032]
To reiterate, when remote control data relating to radio use is received from the slave unit 23, the base unit 2 sets its own radio function setting unit 15 based on the received remote operation data, and sets its own radio function unit 14 Is used for the slave unit 23, the received radio broadcast is transferred to the slave unit 23 according to the instruction of the slave unit 23. During a call on the handset 23 side, “audio data + radio broadcast data” is transmitted from the base unit 2 to the handset 23 side. For this reason, from the slave unit 23 side, it looks as if the radio function unit 14 is mounted on itself.
[0033]
As described above, in the present invention, the radio function unit is mounted on the master unit or the slave unit, so that the received radio broadcast can be used as a ring tone, a holding tone, or a BGM during a call. Also, if the radio function unit is not installed in the slave unit, the radio function unit mounted on the master unit can be borrowed by remotely controlling the master unit side from the slave unit. There is no need to carry.
[0034]
【The invention's effect】
As described above, according to the cordless telephone device of the present invention, a base unit including a wireless communication unit for performing bidirectional wireless communication with a slave unit while transmitting and receiving an audio signal and the like through a line, A cordless telephone device comprising: a slave unit having a wireless communication unit for performing two-way wireless communication; and a radio function for receiving a radio broadcast to at least one of the master unit and the slave unit. And a radio broadcast as a notification sound and a sound effect for a cordless telephone device.
[0035]
As a result, there is an effect that the radio broadcast can be used as a ringing melody, a holding tone or a BGM at the time of a telephone call, which can be varied.
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is a block diagram illustrating a configuration of a base unit of a cordless telephone device according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is a method of setting a radio function setting unit of the base unit of the cordless telephone device according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 3 is a schematic diagram showing a setting method of a radio function setting section of a base unit of the cordless telephone device according to one embodiment of the present invention; FIG. 4 is a schematic diagram showing a cordless telephone device according to one embodiment of the present invention; FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram showing a setting method of a radio function setting unit of the base unit. FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram showing a setting method of a radio function setting unit of the base unit of the cordless telephone device according to one embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 7 is a schematic diagram showing a setting method of a radio function setting unit of a base unit of the cordless telephone device according to one embodiment of the present invention. 8 of the present invention FIG. 9 is a block diagram illustrating a configuration of a slave unit of the cordless telephone device according to the embodiment. FIG. 9 is a schematic diagram illustrating a setting method of a radio function setting unit of the slave unit of the cordless telephone device according to one embodiment of the present invention. ]
REFERENCE SIGNS LIST 1 cordless telephone device 2 base unit 3 slave unit 4 control unit 5 wireless communication unit 6 handset 7 speakerphone call unit 7 a speaker 8 answering machine 9 switch switch 10 call circuit unit 11 operation unit 12 display unit 13 electronic telephone directory 14 radio function Unit 15 radio function setting unit 16 control unit 17 wireless communication unit 18 communication unit 19 operation unit 20 display unit 21 electronic telephone directory 22 speaker 23 slave unit 24 operation unit

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  1. A base unit having a wireless communication unit for performing bidirectional wireless communication with the slave unit while transmitting and receiving voice signals and the like through a line;
    A cordless telephone device comprising: a slave unit having a wireless communication unit for performing bidirectional wireless communication with the base unit;
    A cordless telephone device comprising a radio function unit for receiving a radio broadcast in at least one of the parent device and the child device, wherein the radio broadcast is used as a notification sound or a sound effect for the cordless telephone device.
  2. A radio broadcast is used as a ring tone for a cordless telephone device. If the radio function is off, the radio function is switched on when a call is received from a line, and a radio broadcast of a preset channel is output as sound. The cordless telephone device according to claim 1, wherein:
  3. 2. The sound of a radio broadcast being output as audio when a call is received from a line when a radio function is already on, when a radio broadcast is used as a ring tone as a notification sound for a cordless telephone device. Cordless telephone equipment.
  4. 2. A radio broadcast as a sound effect for a cordless telephone device, wherein a radio sound of a preset channel is transmitted as a hold sound when a transition from a call state to a hold state is made. Cordless telephone device according to any one of claims 2, 3 and 4.
  5. The cordless telephone device according to any one of claims 1, 2, 3, and 4, wherein radio broadcasting is used as BGM during a call as a sound effect for the cordless telephone device.
  6. If only one of the master unit and the slave unit is equipped with a radio function unit, the radio function unit on the remote control side is activated by wireless remote control from the side without the radio function unit. The cordless telephone device according to any one of claims 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, wherein a radio broadcast received by a radio function unit on the remote operation side is wirelessly transferred to the remote operation side. .
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