JP2805694B2 - Pen input device, control method therefor, portable communicator using pen input device, and control method therefor - Google Patents

Pen input device, control method therefor, portable communicator using pen input device, and control method therefor

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JP2805694B2
JP2805694B2 JP5104151A JP10415193A JP2805694B2 JP 2805694 B2 JP2805694 B2 JP 2805694B2 JP 5104151 A JP5104151 A JP 5104151A JP 10415193 A JP10415193 A JP 10415193A JP 2805694 B2 JP2805694 B2 JP 2805694B2
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年晴 延命
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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a pen input device and a control method thereof, and a portable communicator using the pen input device and a control method thereof.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, a radio pager and a radio telephone have been used as portable information devices. The wireless calling device has a function of receiving a calling signal or a message and outputting a beep or displaying a message on a display.

[0003] The wireless telephone device has a function of transmitting or receiving via a public communication line. The wireless telephone device is used for a telephone call, or is connected to a FAX device or a portable personal computer.

[0004]

However, in a conventional information device, individual functions can be utilized by carrying a wireless telephone device and a portable computer, but it is practical to carry all of them. However, it was not possible to obtain a combined function by combining them with each other.

Further, it has not been possible to directly connect wirelessly to public communication lines in a plurality of countries. An object of the present invention is to solve the above problems.

[0006]

According to the first aspect of the present invention,
And capable of pen input means inputting text or graphics information by pen operation, located in the same row as the pen input area and the pen input area for displaying character information input via the pen input device, the pen input Enter text information via
Display means having a compression area capable of
When character information is entered in the area through the pen input means
In this case, the entered character information is displayed in the pen input area.
In the case where character information is input to the compression area via the pen input means, the character information input to the compression area is added to the character information input to the pen input area. compressing the combined the character information character shape, and the gist of the pen input apparatus characterized by a display control unit to redisplay packed in the pen input area.

According to a second aspect of the present invention, a character or drawing information can be inputted by a pen operation, and a pen input area for displaying the inputted character information is located on the same line as the pen input area. Enter text or drawing information
And a control method for a pen input device provided with a compression area, wherein character information is input to the pen input area by a pen operation.
Is input in the pen input area.
When character information is input to the compression area by pen operation, the character information input to the pen input area is replaced with the character input to the compression area. The gist of the present invention is a control method in a pen input device, characterized by adding information, compressing the shape of the character of the added character information, packing the character information in the pen input area, and displaying again .

According to a third aspect of the present invention, there is provided a portable housing, a control command output to the wireless communication means provided in the housing, data input from a public communication line via the wireless communication means, or and a portable computer which sends data to the public network via the wireless communication means, the portable computer further and capable pen input means inputting text or graphics information by pen operation, via the pen input means located in the same row as the pen input area and the pen input area for displaying the character information inputted Te, and a display means having a compression space to enter text information via the pen input device, to the pen input area The above pen input means
If text information is entered via the
Display character information the input to the frequency, Bae in the compression region
When the character information is input through the input unit, the character information input to the compression area is added to the character information input to the pen input area, and the character information of the added character information is input. shape by compressing, converting means for converting the display control unit to redisplay packed in the pen input area, the character information inputted from the pen input device to a predetermined code,
A designation unit for designating that the information input from the pen input unit is a facsimile number; and a character input from the pen input unit based on the facsimile number of the destination specified by the designation unit. Transmission control means for transmitting, via wireless communication means, the drawing information or the code converted by the conversion means, and a gist of the portable communicator.

According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, as the display means,
Characters or drawing information can be input by pen operation.
A pen input area for displaying the input character information;
It is located on the same line as the force area,
A control method in a portable communicator having a compression area in which drawing information can be input , wherein the pen input area
If character information is entered by pen operation at
The input character information is displayed in the pen input area, and when the character information is input by the pen operation in the compression area, the character information input in the pen input area is input to the compression area. character information added were, by compressing the character shape of the pressurized example combined character information, converting a display control step of re-displaying packed in the pen input area, the character information is the pen input in a predetermined code Steps to
Specifying that the pen-input information is a facsimile number, and transmitting the pen-input character or drawing information or the converted code based on the specified destination facsimile number. And a control method in the portable communicator, comprising:

[0010]

Next, embodiments of the present invention will be described. 1 and 2
Is a perspective view of the personal communicator 1, and FIG. 3 is a block diagram thereof. Personal communicator 1
It includes a pen input device 3, a main body 5, and a wireless telephone device 7. The pen input device 3 is held in a housing frame 9, and the housing frame 9 and the main body 5 are connected by an arrow Y at a connecting portion 11.
They are connected to be openable and closable in the Y direction. A holding mechanism (not shown) for holding the open state shown in FIG. 1 and holding the closed state shown in FIG. 2 is provided between the housing frame 9 and the main body 5.

A microphone 13, a display 15, an on switch 17, and an off switch 19 are attached to the housing frame 9 near the pen input device 3. A "microphone" lettering 13A is provided near the microphone 13, an "on" lettering 17A is provided near the on switch 17, and an "off" lettering 19A is provided near the off switch 19. The on switch 17 and the off switch 19 each have two switch panels 17A.
A, 17BB, 19AA, and 19BB. These are arranged in a recessed state of 3 mm from the surface of the housing frame 9. The switch panels 17AA and 17BB output an ON signal when both are operated almost simultaneously. When both of the switch panels 19AA and 19BB are operated substantially simultaneously, they output an OFF signal. This prevents an erroneous operation due to an erroneous touch with a hand or the like when carrying. As a result, the switch can be mounted on the surface of the housing frame 9.

[0012] The radio telephone device 7 and the main body 5 are housed in the housing box 2.
1 housed. As shown in FIG. 3, a CPU 23, a voice analysis processor 24, and a ROM
25, RAM 27, EEPROM 29, pen input controller unit 31, input interface 33
, Storage battery 35, power supply sockets 37 and 39, worldwide compatible unit 40, ROM socket 42, connection specification ROM 44, telephone controller 41, audio signal generation unit 43, input / output controller 45, and ear call The controller 47, the ear talker 49, the speaker 51, the speaker ON switch 52, the display controller 53, the input pen 55, and the input pen storage hole 5
7, a pen removal button 59, an output interface 61, a monitor lamp 63, a monitor speaker 65,
Attenuator 66, telephone output controller 67, telephone output connector 69, data input / output controller 71
, A data input / output connector 73, a built-in application connector 74, card connectors 75 and 77, a card storage 79, a power supply controller 81, a speaker storage 83, an ear talker storage 85, and a foot 87. , A wireless telephone unit 89, an antenna 91, and an antenna housing 93. Here, the connection specification ROM 44 is supplied from an organization established to manage the wireless telephone. In this, data necessary for linking the wireless telephone device 7 to the wireless telephone network in each country and each service area is written in advance. For example, a radio wave format, a frequency, a protocol, an ID number, a connection specification for linking to a telephone communication satellite on a satellite orbit, and the like are stored for linking to the wireless telephone network of the A1 block in Country A.

The built-in application connector 74 includes:
The application software ROM 94 is inserted. The application software ROM 94 stores word processor software and database software. The word processor software is for providing the personal communicator 1 with a word processor function. The database software is for making the personal communicator 1 have a database function.

The card storage unit 79 stores application software cards 95 and 97. The application software cards 95, 97 are connected to card connectors 75, 77. A telephone cable 99 is connected to the telephone output connector 69. Telephone cable 99
Is connected to the facsimile apparatus 101. The data output cable 103 is connected to the data input / output connector 73. The data output cable 103 is connected to a personal computer 105 or a printer 107.

The wireless telephone device 7 includes a wireless telephone unit 89.
, An ear talk controller 47, an input / output controller 45, an ear talker 49, a speaker 51, a microphone 13, and an antenna 91. It has the function of receiving. The telephone controller 41 controls the input / output controller 45 and the wireless telephone unit 89 based on a command from the CPU 23. Audio signal generation unit 43
Synthesizes a predetermined voice based on a command from the CPU 23, and outputs the synthesized voice to the wireless telephone unit 89 via the input / output controller 45.

The worldwide unit 40 has a connection specification RO
Based on the storage contents of M44, the connection specification signals SSS1 and SSS2 related to the connection specification are transmitted to the telephone controller 41,
Output to the wireless telephone unit 89. The input interface 33 detects the voltage, consumption current, and charging current of the storage battery 35. The power controller 81 controls the on-switch 17
Is operated, power is supplied to the entire personal communicator 1 to make it active, and if the off switch 19 is operated, power is supplied to the standby system of the personal communicator 1 to make it stand by. To

The pen input device 3 has a liquid crystal display 3A and a sensor layer 3B. The liquid crystal display 3A is connected to the pen input controller unit 31, and displays predetermined image data on the display surface 3C.
The sensor layer 3B is connected to the pen input controller unit 31, is disposed below the liquid crystal display 3A, and detects the position of the pen tip 55A of the input pen 55. The input pen 55 is provided with a coil (not shown) near the pen tip 55A. The input pen 55 has a click / drag button 55B. Pen input device 3
And the input pen 55, by a well-known electromagnetic transfer method,
Detects pen input position. The pen input device 3
The pen input device stored in the ROM 25 has a character input function and a pointing device function without using a keyboard.

As shown in FIG. 1, the speaker 51 includes a speaker body 51A, a supporting member 51B, and a connecting member 51C.
And Speaker body 51A and support member 51
B is connected rotatably in the directions of arrows YA and YB by a connecting member 51C. The speaker body 51A and the support member 51B are housed in the speaker housing 83 by being pushed in the direction of the arrow YC. The speaker 51 is connected to a speaker on switch 52,
When pulled out in the arrow YD direction, the state is switched from the “off” state to the “on” state. The support member 51B is connected to a discharge mechanism (not shown), and in a stored state, when the "push" lettering portion 51D is pushed in the direction of the arrow YC, the speaker main body 51A jumps out to the use position. An operation link (not shown) of the speaker-on switch 52 is attached to the ejection mechanism (not shown).

The ear talker 49 is stored in an ear talker storage 85 when not in use. Also,
When used, they are pulled out and used. this is,
After use, when a finger is hung in the finger hole 85B and the ear phone storage device 85 is rotated according to the arrow 85A, it is stored.

The antenna 91 is usually provided in the antenna housing 9
3 When the transmission / reception state is to be improved, it is drawn out and used. Therefore, arrows YE, YF
It has a degree of freedom of movement in the direction and a rotation property in the directions of arrows YH and YG. The input pen 55 is stored in the input pen storage hole 57 when not used, as shown in FIG. The pen ejection button 59 is connected to a not-shown ejection mechanism that causes the input pen 55 to pop out when pressed.

The ROM 25 stores a control program and a variable table. The EEPROM 29 holds setting values, designated values, and the like. Next, control executed by the CPU 23 will be described. FIG. 4 is a usage state diagram of the standby and charging states of the personal communicator 1. When the personal communicator 1 is used in the state shown in this figure, the status of the personal communicator 1 can be grasped instantaneously by the monitor lamp 63 and the monitor speaker 65. The personal communicator 1 is in a standby state with the foot 87 down and on the table 110 as shown in FIG.
11 is supplied with charging power.

FIG. 5 is a flowchart of a communicator control processing routine, and FIG. 6 is an explanatory diagram of a current status report screen. The communicator control processing routine is started by the CPU 23 when the ON signal is output from the ON switch 17, and is repeatedly executed until the OFF signal is output from the OFF switch 19 next. First, a current state survey is performed (S400), and then a current state report screen is displayed (S410). FIG. 6 shows the display surface 3C of the pen input device 3.
7 is an example of a current status report screen displayed on the screen. The status report screen includes a status report display 121 and an operation status display area 123.
A memory remaining amount display 125, a facsimile data storage amount display 127, a data storage amount display 129, an answer phone storage amount display 131, a facsimile menu display 133, a data menu display 135, a telephone menu display 137, Application menu display 139 and setting menu display 1
41, a wireless telephone area country name display 143, and an area block display 145 are displayed. In the operation state display area 123, although not shown, “waiting for reception”, “FA
X receiving ”,“ data receiving ”,“ fax transmitting ”,
One of "ringing", "data transmission", "call", and "answering" is displayed.

In the memory remaining amount display 125, the remaining memory amount capable of storing FAX, data, and answering machine is displayed as a percentage. The wireless telephone area country name display 143 displays the country name of the wireless telephone area where the vehicle is currently located. The area block display 145 displays the block name of the wireless telephone area where the current position is located. These are performed based on the data content of the current area memory 27O in the RAM 27.

Next, a judgment is made (S420). In the determination, the process waits for selection of an item by the input pen 55. Here, when the FAX menu display 133 is selected,
Next, a FAX process is performed (S430). Each process will be described later. If the telephone menu display 137 is selected, telephone processing is performed (S440). When the data menu display 135 is selected, data processing is performed (S450). When the application menu display 139 is selected, application processing is performed (S
460). When the setting menu display 141 is selected, a setting process is performed (S470).

FIG. 7 is a flowchart of a facsimile processing routine, and FIG. 8 is an explanatory diagram of a document input screen. F in FIG.
The AX processing routine indicates the contents of S430 in FIG. F
When the AX processing routine is started, first, a document input screen is displayed (S500). The document input screen includes a menu area 151 and a document input area 1 as shown in FIG.
53. FAX is displayed in the menu area 151.
A menu display 155, a FAX transmission display 157, a received FAX display display 159, and a stop display 161 are displayed. The document input area 153 is initially blank.

After the display of the document input screen, a determination is made (S510). In the judgment, whether the character input is selected or F
It is determined whether the AX menu display 155 has been selected, the FAX transmission display 157 has been selected, the received FAX display display 159 has been selected, or the stop display 161 has been selected. Here, the selection of character input is a case where the document input area 153 is selected by the input pen 55 as shown in FIG.

If the character input is selected, document processing is performed next (S520). The document processing occupies a main part of the document input function of the pen input computer. First, a cursor 163 is displayed at a point pointed by the input pen 55, for example, at a point 162. Next, the pen input area frame 165 is displayed. Pen input area frame 165
Waits for pen input. Here, as shown in FIG. 8, for example, if there is a hiragana input, the hiragana is traced and displayed in the pen input area frame 165. If there is a kanji input, the corresponding kanji is displayed. Thereafter, when the conversion display 167 is selected by the input pen 55, dictionary conversion is performed, and the converted text is displayed at the position of the cursor 163. Further, when the conversion display 167 is selected again, the dictionary conversion of the second candidate is performed. The input sentence is determined when there is a next pen input. Further, when the delete display 169 is selected, a process of deleting the character or pen input locus in the document input area 153 is performed. When the trajectory display 171 is selected, the trajectory of the input pen 55 in the document input area 153 is directly input. The image displayed in the document input area 153 is stored in the FAX data memory 2 in the RAM 27.
7A.

If it is determined in step S510 that the FAX menu display 155 has been selected, the facsimile menu processing is performed next (S530). If the facsimile transmission display 157 has been selected, the facsimile transmission processing is performed next. (S54
0) If the received fax display 159 is selected, the received fax display process is performed next (S550). Details will be described later. When the stop display 161 is selected, the present routine is temporarily terminated.

FIG. 9 is a flowchart of a fax menu processing routine, and FIG. 10 is an explanatory diagram of a fax menu screen. When the FAX menu process is activated,
An X menu screen is displayed (S600). FAX
The menu screen includes a menu area 181 and a document selection area 183 as shown in FIG. The menu area 181 includes a next page display 185 and a facsimile
A transmission display 187, a reception FAX display 189, a stop display 191, and a deletion display 193 are displayed. The document selection area 183 is provided with a document selection display 194 and a document list 195, and the document list 195 displays a document name display 197.

After the FAX menu screen is displayed, a determination is made (S610). Judgment was made whether the document was selected,
Alternatively, whether the next page display 185 is selected, the facsimile transmission display 187 is selected, or the received facsimile display display 18 is selected.
It is determined whether 9 has been selected, the abort display 191 has been selected, or the delete display 193 has been selected.

If it is determined in step S610 that the next page display 185 has been selected, a page change process is executed (S610).
620). In the page change process, the document list 195 is changed to the next page. Here, when the document is selected, that is, when any of the document name displays 197 is selected, the document processing is performed next (S630). In the document processing, first, the document input screen shown in FIG. 8 is displayed, and the document data stored in the document file 27B of the selected document name display 197 is displayed in the document input area 153. The document file 27B is set in the RAM 27. Thereafter, substantially the same document processing as in S520 described above is performed on the displayed document data. That is, a sentence prepared in advance can be edited and used.

If it is determined that the FAX transmission display 187 is selected, a FAX transmission process is executed (S640).
If the received fax display 189 is selected, the received fax display process is executed (S650), and the delete display 19 is displayed.
If 3 is selected, a deletion process is executed (S6).
60). When the stop display 191 is selected,
This routine is temporarily terminated.

FIG. 11 is a flowchart of a facsimile transmission processing routine, and FIG. 12 is an explanatory diagram of a facsimile transmission screen. When the FAX transmission process is started, first, a FAX transmission screen is displayed (S700). FAX transmission screen
As shown in an example in FIG. 12, a menu area 201 and a transmission condition selection area 203 are provided. Menu area 2
01 includes a next page display 204, a setting display 205,
A previous page display 206 and a stop display 207 are displayed. In the transmission condition selection area 203, a destination selection display 2 is displayed.
09, transmission time selection display 211, and current time display 21
2, a transmission destination list 213, and a transmission time list 215. The transmission destination list 213 includes a transmission destination name 217.
Is displayed, and the transmission time name 21 is displayed in the transmission time list 215.
9 is displayed.

The current time display 212 includes a current time display 212A, a display target country name display 212B, and a time display 2
12C. The transmission destination name 217 has a name display 217A and a country name display 217B. The transmission time name 219 includes a transmission time type display 219A and a country name display 219B.

After the FAX transmission screen is displayed, a determination is made (S710). In the determination, it is determined whether the transmission destination has been selected, the transmission time has been selected, the setting display 205 has been selected, or the stop display 207 has been selected. Here, when the destination is selected, that is, when any destination name 217 is selected, the transmission number setting process is executed next (S720). In the transmission number setting process, first, the telephone number set in the selected destination name 217 is set in the transmission number memory 27C in the RAM 27. If the transmission destination is a foreign country, the transmission number is determined by a transmission number determination process described later.
After the setting, the process returns to the determination processing.

In the determination processing, if the transmission time is selected, that is, if any transmission time name 219 is selected, the transmission time setting processing is executed next (S730). In the transmission time setting process, first, the transmission time set in the selected transmission time name 219 is calculated and set in the transmission time memory 27D in the RAM 27. If the transmission time is in a foreign country, correct the time difference.

After the setting, it is determined whether the set transmission time is immediate (S740), and if not, the present routine is temporarily terminated. If the transmission time is immediate, facsimile transmission is executed next (S750). In the facsimile transmission processing, the facsimile transmission of facsimile data stored in the facsimile data memory 27A in the RAM 27 to the transmission destination set in the transmission number memory 27C is performed by the wireless telephone device 7. As a result, a sentence or image input by the pen input device 3 can be transmitted by facsimile to a desired destination on the spot.

If the setting display 205 is selected in S710, the facsimile setting process is executed next (S710).
760). In the FAX setting process, paper size, facsimile standard, addition / change of destination, addition of transmission time,
The change is performed by a facsimile setting processing routine (not shown).
Do. That is, a transmission condition to be set in advance is set.

If it is determined that the stop display 207 has been selected, the present routine is temporarily terminated. FIG.
FIG. 14 is a flowchart of a reception fax display processing routine.
FIG. 7 is an explanatory diagram of a received fax list screen. When the received fax display process is started, first, a received fax list screen is displayed (S800). The received fax list screen is shown in FIG.
As shown in an example in FIG.
An X selection area 223 is provided. Menu area 221
Shows a data output display 225 and a stop display 227. In the reception FAX selection area 223, the reception FAX
An X list display 229 and a reception FAX list 231 are provided. The reception FAX list 231 includes the reception FAX name 2
33, the reception time 235, the originating country name 237, and the originating country time 239 are displayed.

After displaying the received fax list screen, a determination is made (S810). In the determination, whether the selection has been made, whether the data output display 225 has been selected, or the stop display 2
It is determined whether 27 has been selected. Here, any of the reception F
If the AX name 233 has been selected, a received fax display process is executed next (S820). In the received fax display process, the contents stored in the received fax data memory 27E corresponding to the received fax name 233 are displayed as an image on the pen input device 3.

If it is determined that the data output display 225 has been selected, data output processing is executed (S830).
In the data output process, a data output screen (not shown) is displayed, a selection of an output method is requested, and the reception F is received by the selected method.
The contents stored in the AX data memory 27E are output. For example, the data is output to another facsimile device via the telephone output connector 69, or is output to another computer device via the data input / output connector 73. By outputting to a facsimile machine, printing on paper is performed.

If it is determined that the stop display 227 has been selected, the present routine ends once. By the above-described received fax display processing, the received fax data received via the wireless telephone device 7 and stored in the received fax data memory 27E is displayed or output to the outside for printing. Can be.

FIG. 15 is a flowchart of a deletion processing routine. When the deletion processing routine is started, first, F
An AX list screen is displayed (S900). On the FAX list screen (not shown), data names indicating the contents stored in the FAX data memory 27A and the contents stored in the received FAX data memory 27E are displayed. Next, the selected FA
A process for deleting X is performed (S910). Selected FA
In the process of deleting X, a process of deleting stored data corresponding to the data name selected by the input pen 55 is performed on a FAX list screen (not shown).

According to the present deletion processing, unnecessary FAX data for transmission or reception can be deleted. The FA of the communicator control of FIG.
By the X processing (S430), creation, transmission, and display of FAX transmission data can be performed only by operating the input pen 55.

FIG. 16 is a flowchart of a telephone processing routine. FIGS. 17 and 18 are explanatory diagrams of a telephone menu screen.
19 is a flowchart of a calling number determination processing routine, FIG. 20 is an explanatory view of a number input screen, FIG. 21 is an explanatory view of an international dial direct screen, FIG. 22 is an explanatory view of an international operator call screen, FIG. Is an explanatory diagram of a telephone menu screen, and FIG. 24 is an explanatory diagram of a message selection screen.

When the telephone processing is started, first, a telephone menu screen is displayed (S1000). As shown in an example in FIG.
1 and a transmission selection area 243. The menu area 241 includes a setting display 245 and an answering machine display display 24.
7 and a stop display 249 are displayed. In the transmission selection area 243, a transmission destination selection (next page) display 251 is displayed.
A destination list 253, a transmission condition display 254, and a transmission condition list 255 are provided. The destination list 253 includes a number input display 256, a destination name 257, and a country name 2
58 is displayed, and a transmission condition name 259 is displayed in the transmission condition list 255.

Here, a destination selection (next page) display 25
When the first next page display 251A is selected, the screen is changed to the telephone menu screen shown in FIG. The telephone menu screen includes a destination selection display 264 and a service destination list 2
65 are provided. A service name 266 is displayed in the service transmission destination list 265. As the service name 266, “1 International dial direct” display 266
A, "2 international operator call" display 266B, and "A
"Country operator" display 266C, "Country B operator" display 266D, and "Country A language operator" display 266E
"A country B translation service" display 266F and "A country language service" display 266G are displayed.

The "1 International Dial Direct" display 266A
This is a service display for making an international call by direct dialing. The “2 international operator call” display 266B is a service display transmitted via a domestic international telephone operator. The “country A operator” display 266C is a service display transmitted via an international telephone operator in country A.
“Country B operator” display 266D is a service display transmitted via an international telephone operator in country B. "Country A language operator" display 266E is a service display originating via an international telephone operator who speaks the country A language.
The “A country B country translation service” display 266F is a service display for performing translation between the A country language and the B country language by entering the destination. "Country A language service" display 266
G is a service display that calls a service operator who speaks the country A language. This service operator provides services such as information provision and procedure agency.

After the telephone menu screen is displayed, a determination is made next (S1010). In the determination, whether any of the number input display 256, the destination name 257, or the service name 266 is selected, the setting display 245 is selected, the answering machine display display 247 is selected, or the stop display 249 is selected. Judge.

Here, the number input display 256, the destination name 2
If either 57 or the service name 266 is selected, the current area is input (S100).
1) A caller number is determined (S1002). In the input of the current area, the country name and the block name of the currently located wireless telephone area are input from the current area memory 27O.

In the determination of the calling number, as shown in FIG. 19, a determination is first made (S1003), and a selection / input process is performed according to the determination result (S1004). In the judgment, whether the number input display 256 is selected or the
7 is selected or the service name 266 is selected.

When it is determined that the number input display 256 has been selected, first, a number input screen 301 as shown in FIG. 20A is displayed. The number input screen 301 includes a number input frame 303 and an input number display area 305. The number input frame 303 includes a pen input area 303A,
Compressed area 303B, delete display 303C, end display 3
03D and a compression area display 303E are provided.
Pen input area 303A accepts input of a telephone number by input pen 55. The compression area 303B is a part where the numbers input in this area are left-justified. As a result, as shown in FIG. 20B, a large number of digits are input into the number input box 303 while leaving the range of the compression area 303B for pen input. Input number display area 30
5 displays the telephone number input in the number input frame 303. The compression area display 303E teaches that the pen input is compressed.

The telephone number displayed in the input number display area 305 is stored in the transmission number memory 27C when the end display 303D is selected. If it is determined in S1003 that the destination name 257 has been selected, the telephone number registered in the selected destination name is stored in the transmission number memory 27C.

In the judgment of S1003, the service name 266
When it is determined that is selected, a screen display corresponding to the selected service name 266 is executed. here,
When the "1 international dial direct" display 266A is selected, an international dial direct screen 311 shown in FIG. 21 is displayed. The international dial direct screen 311 includes an international dial direct display 313, a destination country list 315, and a number input frame 3
17 are provided.

In the destination country list 315, destination country names 319 are displayed. When the destination country name 319 is selected and the telephone number is entered in the number input box 317, the data is stored in the transmission number memory 27C. If it is determined that the “2 international operator call” display 266B has been selected, the international operator call screen 32 shown in FIG.
1 is displayed. On the international operator call screen, a call type list 323 is provided. The call type list 323 includes a number call display 323A and a designated call display 323B.
, A collect call display 323C, and a credit call display 323D.

When a call type is selected from the call type list 323, the data is stored in the transmission number memory 27C.
Is stored in When the display 266C to 266G is selected from the service transmission destination list 265 in FIG. 18, this data is stored in the transmission number memory 27C.

By the above processing, the data of the selected or input telephone number is stored in the transmission number memory 27C.
After that, the international communication company shown in FIG. 19 is determined (S1005). In the determination process of the international communication company, if the communication destination is outside the country, the international communication company to be used for international communication is determined based on the data content of the transmission number memory 27C. For example, whether to use KDD or to use another international communication company is determined in consideration of service contents, fees, and the like.

Next, a service name is determined (S100).
6) Then, the country code is determined (S1007). The service name is determined based on the data content of the transmission number memory 27C. For example, a decision is made to use a collect call service for operator calls. The country code determines the destination country code.

After the determination in S1005 to S1007, the telephone number is determined (S1008). The telephone number is determined based on the international communication company, the service name, and the country code. Next, a calling number is generated (S1009). The calling number is generated based on the access number for linking by wireless telephone and the telephone number based on the data of the current area. For example, a series of outgoing calls for making a collect call by an operator call to a call partner located in the B1 block of country B via the A1 block by linking to the radio telephone station of the A1 block in country A by radio telephone. A number is generated or a series of calling numbers for making a direct call to the other party in country B using a telephone switching system in satellite orbit in country A.

The generated transmission number is stored in the transmission number memory 2
7C. After storing the calling number, the judgment of FIG. 16 is executed (S1020). In this determination, whether the immediate display 261 is selected from the transmission condition names 259 in FIG.
Whether the message transmission display 263 has been selected, or the setting display 245, the answering machine display display 247, and the stop display 249
Is determined. Here, when the immediate display 261 is selected, a telephone call is made (S103).
0). In the call transmission, a call is transmitted to the transmission number generated in S1009. This enables a call with the other party.

When the telephone calling process is performed, the in-call process is performed next (S1033). In the in-call processing, first, the in-call screen 269 shown in FIG. 23 is displayed. Talking screen 2
69, a call destination name display 269A, an international communication company name display 269B, a service name display 269C, and a call end display 269D are provided.

After the in-call processing, the following judgment is made (S10).
34). In the determination, the selection content of the screen during a call is determined.
Here, when the call end display 269D is selected,
This routine ends once. If it is determined in step S1020 that the message transmission display 263 has been selected, a message selection screen is displayed next (step S104).
0). The message selection screen includes a menu area 271 and a message selection area 273 as shown in FIG.
And are displayed. In the menu area 271, a telephone call display 275 and a stop display 277 are displayed.
In the message selection area 273, the message selection display 2 is displayed.
79 and a message list 281. The message list 281 displays a message name 283.

After the message selection screen is displayed, a determination is made next (S1050). In the determination, it is determined whether the stop display 277 has been selected or any message name 283 has been selected. Here, when the stop display 277 is selected, this routine is temporarily terminated, and when any message name 283 is selected, the content corresponding to the next selected message name 283 is displayed. . Illustration of the display screen here is omitted. The displayed content is RA
It is stored in the message data memory 27F in M27. The contents of the message data memory 27F are stored in advance using the input pen 55 by a message content addition / change routine (not shown).

After the contents are displayed, a judgment is made (S107).
0). If it is determined that a telephone call display (not shown) is selected, a telephone call is made (S1030). In the telephone call here, the selected message is automatically output in voice after connection to the other party. If there is a response from the other party, the voice data is stored in the receiving telephone recording memory 2.
7G. This content is reproduced by a receiving telephone recording / reproducing process (not shown).

If it is determined that the stop display (not shown) is selected, this routine is temporarily terminated. As a result, the message transmission is stopped. When the setting display 245 is selected in the display state of the telephone menu screen, a setting process is performed next (S1080). In the setting process, processes such as change, addition, and deletion of display items and setting of answering machine are performed.

FIG. 25 is a flowchart of a setting processing routine, FIG. 26 is an explanatory diagram of a setting target selection screen, and FIG.
Is a flowchart of a world-related setting processing routine, FIG. 28 is an explanatory diagram of a radio telephone service area selection screen, and FIG. 29 is an explanatory diagram of a service area.

Setting menu display 141 in S420 of FIG.
Is selected, the setting process shown in FIG. 25 is executed. First, a setting target selection screen is displayed (S200).
0). As shown in FIG. 26, the setting target selection screen includes a setting target selection display 411, a setting target list 413, and a stop display 417. The setting target list 413 displays a setting target name display 415.

After the setting object selection screen is displayed, a determination is made next (S2010). If it is determined that the stop display 417 has been selected, this routine is temporarily terminated. On the other hand, when any of the setting target lists 413 is selected, the following setting processing is executed. When the world related display 420 is selected, a world related setting process is executed (S2015).

In the worldwide setting process, as shown in FIG. 27, first, a radio telephone service area selection screen is displayed (S2100). Wireless telephone service area selection screen 44
1 is a service area screen memory 27P in the RAM 27
28, and as shown in FIG. 28, the radio telephone service area selection display 443
And a wireless telephone service area list 445. The wireless telephone service area list 445 indicates an area where a link can be made by the wireless telephone device 7 and includes a wireless telephone service area display 445A. The wireless telephone service area display 445A is the country name display 447.
, An area block display 449, a selection display 451,
An operation status display 453 is provided. Country name display 447
Indicates a country name as shown in FIG. The area block display 449 indicates a usable range of an area block divided into predetermined ranges in Japan. The selection display 451 indicates whether or not the link by the wireless telephone device 7 is performed. Operation status display 4
Reference numeral 53 indicates whether the wireless telephone device 7 is in a current operation area where linking is possible at present, or is outside an operation area where linking is currently impossible. For example, if the wireless telephone link is possible with the country A service area even in the country B service area of FIG. 29, the current operation area is displayed in the country A display portion.

After the wireless telephone service area selection screen is displayed, the current area is input (S2110). Then
A determination is made (S2120), and if any wireless telephone service area display 445A is selected, a service area selection process is performed next (S2130). If there is no selection, the previous page, or the next page, the display of the wireless telephone service area selection screen is repeated. If it is the deletion display 455, the deletion processing is performed (S2140), and if it is the end display 457, the service area change processing is performed (S215).
0), this routine is temporarily ended.

FIG. 30 is a flowchart of a service area selection processing routine, and FIG. 31 is a flowchart of a service area change processing routine. The service area selection processing in FIG. 30 shows the processing content of S2130, and firstly, the selected service area data is input (S2200). The selected service area is the service area selected by the previous routine. For example, the radio telephone service area display 445A in which the selection display 451 in FIG. 28 is in the “selected” state corresponds to this.

Next, the service area data selected this time is input (S2210). After inputting the data of the selected service area and the currently selected service area, it is determined that the next selected service area is selected simultaneously (S2220). In this determination, it is determined whether the wireless telephone device 7 can be linked to all of the selected service areas in consideration of the radio wave format, the protocol, and the like.

After the determination processing, it is next determined whether simultaneous selection is possible (S2230). If it is determined that simultaneous selection is possible, the service area selected this time is added. (S2240). Further, the selection display 451 in FIG. 28 is changed to “select”,
The operation status display 453 changes from the previous "-" display to
The display is switched to either the “current operation area” display or the “outside operation area” display.

If it is determined in S2230 that simultaneous selection is not possible, a message that addition is not possible is displayed (S2250). The indication that addition is not possible
This is performed in the wireless telephone service area selection screen 441 in FIG. Through the above-described service area selection processing, an area to be used can be selected from available wireless telephone link areas registered in advance in the connection specification ROM 44.

The service area change process executed when the end display 457 is selected is as shown in FIG.
First, a process of inputting the selected service area data is performed (S2300). This is performed from the variable data in the service area selection processing of FIG.

Next, a selection signal is output to the worldwide unit (S2310). This is performed by setting a selection flag in the variable memory 40A of the worldwide unit 40. As a result, the worldwide unit 40 stores the data of the selected service area in the variable memory 40A.
Store in.

If the facsimile transmission display 421 is selected in S2010 of FIG. 25, a facsimile transmission setting process is executed (S2020). When the FAX reception display 423 is selected, the FAX reception setting process (S203)
0), when the data transmission display 425 is selected, the data transmission setting process (S2040), and the data reception display 42
7 is selected, the data reception setting process (S20)
45) When the telephone call display 429 is selected, a telephone call setting process (S2050), and when the telephone reception display 431 is selected, a telephone reception setting process (S2060).
Is executed.

In each of the setting processes in S2020 to S2060, predetermined contents are set according to a predetermined procedure. By the communicator control described above, input / output and setting of data of the user are performed.

FIG. 32 is a flowchart of a service area management processing routine. This is activated at predetermined time intervals by the worldwide support unit 40. First, it is determined whether the world-related settings have been activated (S2400). Here, if it has not been started, this routine is once ended as it is. If the worldwide setting is activated, the registered service area data is output (S2410). The registered service area data is output from the connection specification ROM 44.
The data stored in the unit and the worldwide compatible unit 40
The data stored in the variable memory 40A is converted into a predetermined data format and written into the service area screen memory 27P. By this processing, S210 of FIG.
A wireless telephone service area selection screen at 0 is formed.

Next, the selection flag is input (S2
440), it is determined whether there is a change in service area selection (S2450). The selection flag is read from the variable memory 40A. Here, if there is no change in the service area selection, this routine is once ended as it is. On the other hand, if there is a change, the setting of the wireless telephone unit 89 and (S
2460), and setting of the telephone controller 41 is performed (S).
2470). Thereby, the wireless telephone device 7 is linked to the service area.

FIG. 33 is an explanatory diagram of a radio telephone service area list screen 461. This screen is displayed when the part of the radio telephone area country name display 143 and the area block display 145 in the present status report screen shown in FIG. The wireless telephone service area list screen 461 has a display of a currently selected country name and a display of an area block. Thereby, the current setting status of the wireless telephone can be viewed.

FIG. 34 is a flowchart of a facsimile transmission time monitoring processing routine, and FIG. 35 is a flowchart of a data transmission time monitoring processing routine. This is the CP
It is started every predetermined time by U23. FA in FIG.
When the X transmission time monitoring process is started, it is first determined whether there is a transmission waiting (S2500). The transmission waiting is FAX
Judgment is made based on whether FAX data is stored in the data memory 27A. Here, if it is determined that it is not the transmission waiting, the present routine is once ended as it is. on the other hand,
If there is a transmission waiting, it is next determined whether or not it is a transmission time (S2).
510). The transmission time is determined by comparing the transmission time set in the transmission time memory 27D with the current time.

Here, if it is not the transmission time, this routine is once ended as it is. If it is a transmission time, then FA
X transmission is performed (S2520). FAX reservation transmission is performed by the FAX transmission time monitoring process described above.

When the data transmission time monitor of FIG. 35 is activated, it is first determined whether there is a transmission wait (S260).
0). The transmission wait is determined based on whether or not data is stored in the transmission data memory 27M. Here, if it is determined that it is not the transmission waiting, the present routine is once ended as it is. On the other hand, if there is a transmission wait, it is determined whether it is the transmission time (S2610). The transmission time is determined by comparing the transmission time set in the data transmission time memory 27L with the current time.

Here, if it is not the transmission time, the present routine is once ended as it is. If it is the transmission time, data transmission is performed next (S2620). The reserved data transmission is performed by the data transmission time monitoring process described above.

The personal communicator 1 described above can perform telephone calls, facsimile communication, data communication, various kinds of application processing, and the like without operating a keyboard, and can carry all of them. . In addition, a call to a foreign country is made via an optimal international communication company, thereby improving economical and time convenience. In addition, the personal communicator 1 can be used in other wireless telephone service areas in Japan and overseas wireless telephone service areas in the same manner as a wireless telephone service area which is always used. Can always be obtained. In addition, due to the high adaptability to the service area, the existing wireless communication service net can be effectively used, and the total cost can be reduced.

The present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiment, and various modifications can be made without changing the gist of the present invention. For example, when determining an international communication company and a service name from a destination name, for example, a predetermined value-added communication network service is selected, and the reduction of the fee by this service is automatically performed. A configuration for performing the above may be added.

When there are a plurality of wireless communication service networks at the current position where a wireless telephone can be connected at the present time, the names of these networks are displayed and a configuration for selecting by a menu method is added. Alternatively, a configuration for automatically selecting a wireless communication network to be connected may be added in consideration of a fee, service contents, and the like.

Alternatively, a communication service network may be selected in a menu system at the destination domestic communication network stage via an international communication network, or may be automatically selected in consideration of fees and service contents. May be added.

[0090]

According to the first or second aspect of the present invention,
When character information is entered in the pen input area,
Displays the character information entered in the area, and
When character information is entered, it is entered in the pen input area.
Character information input to the compression area
After compressing the character shape of the added character information
And redisplay it in the pen input area. In other words, the pen
If character information is entered in the input area,
Text information is displayed as is in the compression area, while
When information is entered, the character information in the pen input area and
Combine with the character information of the compression area and re-enter the pen input area.
Display and switch the display mode of input character information
Means that For example, a sentence is usually
As the character string is input with the pen and the character string displayed in the pen input area is filled in the pen input area, the pen input is continued to the compression area located on the right of the pen input area. When the character input with the pen in this compression area is added to the character string displayed in the pen input area, and the character string after the addition is packed in the pen input area and displayed again
That is to say. As a result, the sentence entered in the pen input area
Character information is full and input character information into the compression area
And compress the input character information and paste the input character information
Can be displayed on the same line in the input area.
You can grasp the input character information just by glance
In this case, convenience when inputting text information is improved. Ma
In the pen input area, character information is displayed in the pen input area.
Until it is full, the entered text information is displayed in an easy-to-read
Can be made.

According to the third or fourth aspect of the present invention,
In the same manner as in the invention described in item 1 or 2, the input into the pen input area is performed.
Character information input to the compression area
Compress the added character information and save it in the pen input area.
In addition to redisplaying the text, the entered text information
Is converted to a predetermined code, and the character information is converted to a facsimile number.
Is specified, and based on the facsimile number.
Character or drawing information by pen input or
The character information converted to the code of
Send.

Therefore, according to the third or fourth aspect of the present invention,
For example, if the same effect as the invention of claim 1 or 2 is obtained,
In both cases, when entering a facsimile number, the display means
By using, it is possible to grasp the input number on the same line as the position where the pen is input, with almost no movement of the line of sight. For example, a number with many digits, such as an international telephone number
Even if you enter the number, just glance at the entered number
I can grip. Therefore, the convenience of inputting the facsimile number is improved. Also, for example, the number of digits
If you enter a facsimile number with relatively few
The displayed facsimile number is displayed in the pen input area for easy viewing.
Can be done.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a personal communicator 1. FIG.

FIG. 2 is a perspective view of the personal communicator 1. FIG.

FIG. 3 is a block diagram of the personal communicator 1;

FIG. 4 is a use state diagram of the personal communicator 1 in a standby state and a charged state.

FIG. 5 is a flowchart of a communicator control processing routine.

FIG. 6 is an explanatory diagram of a current status report screen.

FIG. 7 is a flowchart of a FAX processing routine.

FIG. 8 is an explanatory diagram of a document input screen.

FIG. 9 is a flowchart of a FAX menu processing routine.

FIG. 10 is an explanatory diagram of a FAX menu screen.

FIG. 11 is a flowchart of a facsimile transmission processing routine.

FIG. 12 is an explanatory diagram of a FAX transmission screen.

FIG. 13 is a flowchart of a reception facsimile display processing routine.

FIG. 14 is an explanatory diagram of a received fax list screen.

FIG. 15 is a flowchart of a deletion processing routine.

FIG. 16 is a flowchart of a telephone processing routine.

FIG. 17 is an explanatory diagram of a telephone menu screen.

FIG. 18 is an explanatory diagram of a telephone menu screen.

FIG. 19 is a flowchart of a calling number determination processing routine.

FIG. 20 is an explanatory diagram of a number input screen.

FIG. 21 is an explanatory diagram of an international dial direct communication screen.

FIG. 22 is an explanatory diagram of an international operator call screen.

FIG. 23 is an explanatory diagram of a telephone menu screen.

FIG. 24 is an explanatory diagram of a message selection screen.

FIG. 25 is a flowchart of a setting processing routine.

FIG. 26 is an explanatory diagram of a setting target selection screen.

FIG. 27 is a flowchart of a global setting process routine;

FIG. 28 is an explanatory diagram of a radio telephone service area selection screen.

FIG. 29 is an explanatory diagram of a service area.

FIG. 30 is a flowchart of a service area selection processing routine.

FIG. 31 is a flowchart of a service area change processing routine.

FIG. 32 is a flowchart of a service area management processing routine.

FIG. 33 is an explanatory diagram of a wireless telephone registration area list screen.

FIG. 34 is a flowchart of a facsimile transmission time monitoring processing routine.

FIG. 35 is a flowchart of a data transmission time monitoring processing routine.

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 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Personal communicator 3 ... Pen input device 5 ... Main body 7 ... Wireless telephone apparatus 40 ... Worldwide compatible unit 41 ... Telephone controller 44 ... Connection specification ROM

Claims (4)

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  1. And 1. A possible pen input means inputting text or graphics information by pen operation, located in the same row as the pen input area and the pen input area for displaying the character information inputted through the pen input means And
    Display means having a compression area through which character information can be input via the pen input means ; and character information via the pen input means in the pen input area
    Is input in the pen input area.
    The pen information is displayed in the compression area.
    When the character information is input through the pen input area, the character information input to the compression area is added to the character information input to the pen input area, and the character shape of the added character information is compressed. to, pen input device, characterized in that it comprises a display control unit to redisplay packed in the pen input area, the.
  2. 2. A pen input area for displaying characters or drawing information by a pen operation, and a pen input area for displaying the input character information, and a pen input area located on the same line as the pen input area .
    And a compression space to enter the character or drawing information Ri
    A pen input device, wherein character information is input to the pen input area by a pen operation.
    The input character information in the pen input area.
    Is displayed, and when character information is input to the compression area by a pen operation, the character information input to the compression area is added to the character information input to the pen input area,
    A control method in a pen input device, wherein the character shape of the added character information is compressed, packed in the pen input area, and displayed again .
  3. 3. A portable housing, provided in the housing, outputting a control command to a wireless communication unit, inputting data from a public communication line via the wireless communication unit, or via a wireless communication unit. A portable computer for transmitting data to a public communication line through the portable communication line. The portable computer further includes pen input means capable of inputting characters or drawing information by pen operation, and character information input via the pen input means. located in the same row as the pen input area and the pen input area for displaying,
    Display means having a compression area through which character information can be input via the pen input means ; and character information via the pen input means in the pen input area
    Is input in the pen input area.
    The compressed character information is displayed through the pen input means in the compression area.
    Then, when the character information is input, the character information input to the compression area is added to the character information input to the pen input area, and the character shape of the added character information is compressed. Te, a display control unit to redisplay packed in the pen input area, converting means for converting the character information inputted from the pen input device to a predetermined code, information inputted from the pen input device facsimile A designation unit for designating a number, a character or drawing information input from the pen input unit, or a code converted by the conversion unit, based on the facsimile number of the destination specified by the designation unit. And a transmission control means for transmitting the wireless communication via the wireless communication means.
  4. 4. A display means for displaying characters by a pen operation.
    Or drawing information can be input, and the input character information is displayed.
    Pen input area to be displayed and the same position as the pen input area
    And can input characters or drawing information by pen operation
    A method for controlling a portable communicator having a compression area, wherein character information is input to the pen input area by a pen operation.
    The input character information in the pen input area.
    Is displayed, and when character information is input to the compression area by a pen operation, the character information input to the compression area is added to the character information input to the pen input area,
    Compressing the character shape of the pressurized example combined character information, and a display control step of re-displaying packed in the pen input area, and converting the text information which is the pen input in a predetermined code, the pen Specifying that the input information is a facsimile number; and, based on the specified destination facsimile number,
    Transmitting the character or drawing information input by the pen or the converted code. A control method for a portable communicator, comprising:
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