JPH06197178A - Portable communicator - Google Patents

Portable communicator

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JPH06197178A
JPH06197178A JP4331788A JP33178892A JPH06197178A JP H06197178 A JPH06197178 A JP H06197178A JP 4331788 A JP4331788 A JP 4331788A JP 33178892 A JP33178892 A JP 33178892A JP H06197178 A JPH06197178 A JP H06197178A
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Toshiharu Enmei
年晴 延命
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Patoroma Res Kk
パトロマリサーチ有限会社
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Priority claimed from PCT/JP1993/001615 external-priority patent/WO1994011980A1/en
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PURPOSE:To widen an action range capable of information communication and information processings and to improve convenience by inputting/outputting printing data to a printing means by a portable computer for inputting/ outputting data through a radio communication means to a public communication channel. CONSTITUTION:A personal communicater 1 is provided with a main body, a pen input device 3 and a radio telephony equipment 7, and a container containing the main body and the radio telephony equipment 7 is provided with a CPU 23, a voice analysis processor 24 and a telephone controller 41, etc. Also, a personal computer 105 and a printer 107, etc., are connected to a data output cable 103 connected to a data input/output connector 73. The telephone controller 41 controls an input/output controller 45 and a radio telephony unit 89 by a command from the CPU 23 and the radio telephony equipment 7 performs reception/transmission with a radio telephone network. Thus, for instance, voice data prepared or inputted by the personal computer 105 or the like can be sent to a desired opposite party connected to the public communication channel and received data can be printed.

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Detailed Description of the Invention

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to a portable radio telephone device,
Or, it relates to a portable wireless data communication device.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, a radio paging device, a radio telephone device, or a GPS user device has been used as a portable information device. The radio paging device has a function of receiving a paging signal or a message and outputting a beep sound or displaying the message on a display.

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. GPS user equipment
NAVSTAR GPS (navigation sa
tellite time and ranging
Positioning system), and provides position and altitude data on the earth.

[0004]

However, in the conventional information device, the obtained information could not be effectively utilized. For example, if a wireless telephone device is carried, a call can be made, but data of a word processor and data of a facsimile cannot be transmitted / received and printed. Further, if the wireless telephone device, the portable computer, the portable facsimile device, and accessories are carried around, the above information can be transmitted and printed, but this is not realistic.

Further, it has been impossible to simultaneously display the coordinate data output from the GPS user device and the route guidance data such as the collection / delivery destination for navigation. The present invention aims to solve the above problems.

[0006]

A portable communicator according to a first aspect of the present invention is connected to a public communication line by radio, and wireless communication means for transmitting or receiving via the public communication line and the wireless communication. A portable computer for outputting a control command to the means, inputting data from the public communication line via the wireless communication means, or sending data to the public communication line via the wireless communication means; and the wireless communication means A portable communicator, comprising: a casing that holds the portable computer and the portable computer in combination, wherein the portable computer outputs print data to a printing unit that is held by the casing or is outside the casing. The gist is to provide a data output means.

The portable communicator of the second invention is wirelessly connected to a public communication line, and wireless communication means for transmitting or receiving via the public communication line and output of a control command to the wireless communication means. A portable computer that inputs data from the public communication line via the wireless communication means or sends data to the public communication line via the wireless communication means; and the wireless communication means and the portable computer. A portable communicator comprising a housing held in a combined state, wherein the portable computer inputs position coordinate data for inputting position coordinate data from a GPS user device held in the housing or outside the housing. The gist is to have means.

[0008]

In the portable communicator according to the first aspect of the invention, the portable computer outputs a control command for the wireless communication means to cause the wireless communication means to perform transmission or reception via the public communication line.

Alternatively, the portable computer sends the data via the wireless communication means and the public communication line. Alternatively, the portable computer inputs data via the public communication line and the wireless communication means.

Also, the wireless communication means having these functions and the portable computer are held by the housing in a combined state. Furthermore, the data in the portable computer can be output to the printing means by the print data output means.

As a result, for example, voice data, facsimile data, word processor data, etc. created or input by a portable computer can be sent to or received from a desired party connected to a public communication line, or these data can be received. Can be printed.

Moreover, these can be located anywhere within the communication range of the wireless communication means and where they can be carried. In the portable communicator of the second invention, the portable computer outputs a control command for the wireless communication means to cause the wireless communication means to perform transmission or reception via a public communication line.

Alternatively, the portable computer sends the data via the wireless communication means and the public communication line. Alternatively, the portable computer inputs data via the public communication line and the wireless communication means.

Further, the wireless communication means having these functions and the portable computer are held by the housing in a combined state. Moreover, the portable computer can input the position coordinate data from the GPS user device by the position coordinate data input means.

As a result, for example, voice data, facsimile data, word processor data, etc. created or input by a portable computer can be sent to or received from a desired party connected to a public communication line, or the current location. The desired processing can be performed based on the data of.

Moreover, these can be located anywhere within the communication range of the wireless communication means and portable.

[0017]

EXAMPLES Examples of the first and second inventions will be described below.
1 and 2 are perspective views of the personal communicator 1.
FIG. 3 is a block diagram thereof. The personal communicator 1 includes a pen input device 3, a main body 5, and a wireless telephone device 7. The pen input device 3 is held by the housing frame 9, and the housing frame 9 and the main body 5 are connected to each other by the connecting portion 1.
1 is connected so as to be openable and closable in the arrow YY direction. A holding mechanism (not shown) that holds the open state shown in FIG. 1 and 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 in the vicinity of the pen input device 3. The "microphone" lettering 13A is provided near the microphone 13, the "on" lettering 17A is provided near the on switch 17, and the "off" lettering 19A is provided near the off switch 19. Each of the on switch 17 and the off switch 19 has two switch panels 17A.
A, 17BB, 19AA, 19BB. These are arranged so as to be recessed from the surface of the housing frame 9 by 3 mm. The switch panels 17AA and 17BB output an ON signal when both are operated at substantially the same time. The switch panels 19AA and 19BB both output an off signal when they are operated at substantially the same time. This prevents an erroneous operation caused by accidentally touching a hand when carrying the device. As a result, the switch can be attached to the surface of the housing frame 9.

The radiotelephone device 7 and the main body 5 are contained in the container 2
It is housed in 1. The storage box 21 has a CPU 23,
Voice analysis processor 24, ROM 25, RAM 27
An EEPROM 29, a pen input controller unit 31, an input interface 33, a storage battery 35,
Power sockets 37 and 39, a telephone controller 41,
Audio signal generation unit 43 and input / output controller 45
, Ear call controller 47, ear call device 49
A speaker 51, a speaker on switch 52, a display controller 53, an input pen 55, an input pen housing hole 57, a pen removal button 59, an output interface 61, a monitor lamp 63, and a monitor speaker 65. Attenuator 66, telephone output controller 67, telephone output connector 69, data input / output controller 71, data input / output connector 73, built-in application connector 74, card connector 75,
77, card storage 79, and power supply controller 81
, Speaker housing 83, ear phone housing 85
, Foot 87, wireless telephone unit 89, antenna 91
And an antenna storage section 93.

The built-in application connector 74 has
The application software ROM 94 is inserted. The application software ROM 94 stores word processor software, database software, and communicator center software. These will be described later.

Application software cards 95 and 97 are stored in the card storage portion 79. The application software cards 95 and 97 are connected to the card connectors 75 and 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 the personal computer 105, the printer 107, or the GPS user device 109.

The radiotelephone unit 7 includes a radiotelephone unit 89.
, An ear call controller 47, an input / output controller 45, an ear talker 49, a speaker 51, a microphone 13, and an antenna 91, and makes a call to and from a wireless telephone network (not shown). 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 41. Audio signal generation unit 43
Synthesizes a predetermined voice based on a command from the CPU 23 and outputs it to the radio telephone unit 89 via the input / output controller 45.

The input interface 33 detects the voltage, consumption current and charging current of the storage battery 35. When the on-switch 17 is operated, the power controller 81
Power is supplied to the entire personal communicator 1 to make it active, and when the off switch 19 is operated, power is supplied to the standby system of the personal communicator 1 to make it stand by.

The pen input device 3 includes a liquid crystal display 3A and a sensor layer 3B. The liquid crystal display 3A is connected to the pen input controller 31 and displays predetermined image data on the display surface 3C. The sensor layer 3B is connected to the pen input controller 31, is arranged below the liquid crystal display 3A, and detects the position of the pen tip 55A of the input pen 55. Input pen 55
Is provided with a coil (not shown) near the pen tip 55A. The input pen 55 includes a click / drag button 55B. The pen input device 3 and the input pen 55 detect the position at pen input by a known electromagnetic transfer method. The pen input device 3 is the ROM 25
A pen input device stored therein has a function of inputting characters without using a keyboard and a function of a pointing device.

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

The ear talker 49 is stored in the ear talker housing 85 when not used. Also,
When used, it is pulled out and used. this is,
After use, a finger is put in the finger-hanging hole 85B and the earphone storage device 85 is rotated according to the arrow 85A to be stored.

The antenna 91 is usually the antenna housing 9
It is stored in 3. In addition, when the transmission / reception state is improved, it is extracted and used. Therefore, the arrows YE and YF
It has a degree of freedom of movement in the directions and a rotatability in the directions of the arrows YH and YG. As shown in FIG. 2, the input pen 55 is stored in the input pen storage hole 57 when not used. The pen eject button 59 is connected to a discharge mechanism (not shown) that causes the input pen 55 to pop out when pushed.

The ROM 25 stores control programs and variable tables. The EEPROM 29 holds set values, designated values and the like. Next, the control executed by the CPU 23 will be described. 4 is an explanatory diagram of a display state of the display 15, FIG. 5 is an explanatory diagram of display control, FIG.
3 is a flowchart of a display control processing routine.

As shown in FIG. 4A, the display surface 15A of the display 15 has a power remaining amount display area 15B and an operating state display area 15C. The remaining power display area 15B includes a "power" display 15D and a "0%" display 15
E, a “100%” display 15F, and a remaining amount display 15G are provided. The remaining amount display 15G displays the remaining amount of the storage battery 35 as a bar graph. The operating state display area 15C has the display modes of the types (A) to (K) shown in FIG.

The display control process shown in FIG. 6 is performed by the CPU.
23 is executed every predetermined time. First, power supply capacity detection is performed (step 100, hereinafter step is referred to as S). The power supply capacity is estimated by a power supply capacity calculation process (not shown) based on the voltage of the storage battery 35 input via the input interface 33 and the integrated value of the consumption current and the charging current. Next, the power capacity is displayed (S11).
0). The display is performed by the remaining amount display 15G. For example, if the power capacity is 100%, it is displayed as shown in FIG. 4A, and if it is 80%, it is displayed as shown in FIG.

Next, it is judged whether or not the reception is waiting (S12).
0). During the reception standby, the determination is made based on the set state of the reception standby flag set in a predetermined area of the RAM 27.
If it is not in standby for reception, the process proceeds to the next process as it is, and if it is in standby for reception, the standby display is displayed (S130). In the reception waiting display, the display 15 is shown in FIG.
Alternatively, the display shown in (I), (J) and (K) is performed.

Next, it is judged whether the FAX is being received (S).
140). During FAX reception, the FAX reception flag is used. If the FAX is being received, the FAX receiving display is performed (S150). The display during FAX reception is performed as shown in FIG. Thereafter, similarly, if data is being received (S160), a data receiving display (S170) as shown in FIG. 5C, and if FAX transmission is being performed (S180) as shown in FIG. 5D. Display during FAX transmission (S190), during call (S200), display during call (S210) as shown in FIG. 5E, and during data transmission (S22)
0), a data transmission display as shown in FIG. 5F (S23)
0), during a call (S240), a call display as in (G) of FIG. 5 (S250), and during absence recording (S26).
0), display during absence recording as shown in FIG. 5H (S270)
Do.

Next, the data storage amount is detected (S28).
0). As the data storage amount, the data storage amount of the recorded message, the data storage amount of the reception FAX, and the data storage amount of the reception data are detected. Then, the data storage amount is displayed (S29).
0). The storage amount of recorded messages is as shown in (I) of FIG.
The storage amount of FAX is as shown in (J) of FIG. 5, and the storage amount of received data is as shown in (K) of FIG.

The above display control is always performed regardless of the operating states of the ON switch 17 and the OFF switch 19. Thereby, the operating state of the personal communicator 1 can be constantly monitored. FIG. 7 is a flowchart of the monitor control processing routine. It is executed by the CPU 23 at predetermined time intervals. First, it is determined whether the reception is in progress (S300). If it is being received, reception display is performed (S310). As for the reception display, the monitor lamp 63 is lit in green and the monitor speaker 65 outputs the reception sound. The volume of the received sound is adjusted by the attenuator 66.

Then, a determination is made during transmission (S32
0), if it is being transmitted, a transmission display is performed (S330). For the transmission display, the monitor lamp 63 is lit in red and the monitor speaker 65 outputs a transmission sound. next,
It is determined whether there is an abnormality (S340), and if it is abnormal, an abnormality display is performed (S350). The abnormality detects various abnormalities such as a state where the memory is full and a voltage drop of the storage battery 35. As for the display, the monitor lamp 63 is alternately turned on green and red, and the monitor speaker 65 is caused to output an alarm sound.

By the monitor control described above, the operating state of the personal communicator 1 can be monitored. FIG. 8 is a use state diagram of the personal communicator 1 in a standby state and a charged state. When used in the state shown in this figure, the monitor lamp 63 and the monitor speaker 6
With 5, the situation of the personal communicator 1 can be grasped in an instant. The personal communicator 1 receives the charging power from the external power supply device 111 while standing on the stand 110 as shown in FIG.

FIG. 9 is a flow chart of the communicator control processing routine, and FIG. 10 is an explanatory view of the 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 time. First, the present situation investigation is performed (S400), and then the present situation report screen display is executed (S410). FIG. 10 shows the display surface 3 of the pen input device 3.
It is an example of the current status report screen displayed on C. On the current status report screen, a current status report display 121 and an operation status display area 12
3, memory remaining amount display 125, FAX data storage amount display 127, data storage amount display 129, recorded message storage amount display 131, FAX menu display 133, data menu display 135, and telephone menu display 137. The application menu display 139 and the setting menu display 141 are displayed. In the operation status display area 123, "standby for reception", "receiving FAX", "receiving data", "transmitting FAX", "calling", "transmitting data", "call", or "absent""Recording" is displayed.

The memory remaining capacity display 125 displays the remaining memory capacity that can be stored in FAX, data, and recorded messages as a percentage. Next, a judgment is made (S420). In the judgment, the selection of the item by the input pen 55 is waited.

If the FAX menu display 133 is selected, then FAX processing is performed (S430).
Each process will be described later. Telephone menu display 137
If is selected, telephone processing is performed (S440).
If the data menu display 135 is selected, data processing is performed (S450). When the application menu display 139 is selected, application processing is performed (S460). When the setting menu display 141 is selected, the setting process is performed (S470).

FIG. 11 is a flowchart of the FAX processing routine, and FIG. 12 is an explanatory view of the document input screen. Figure 1
The FAX processing routine of No. 1 shows the contents of S430 in FIG. When the FAX processing routine is activated, the document input screen is first displayed (S500). The document input screen is shown in Figure 1.
2, the menu area 151 and the document input area 153 are provided. In the menu area 151, a FAX menu display 155 and a FAX transmission display 15
7, a reception FAX display display 159, and a stop display 161 are displayed. The document input area 153 is initially blank.

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

When the character input is selected, document processing is next performed (S520). The document processing occupies a main part of the document input function of the pen input computer. First, the cursor 163 is displayed at a point designated by the input pen 55, for example, the point 162. Next, the pen input area frame 165 is displayed. Pen input area frame 165
After displaying, wait for pen input. Here, as shown in FIG. 12, for example, if there is a hiragana input, it is traced and displayed in the pen input area frame 165. If there is a kanji input, the corresponding kanji is displayed. After that, when the conversion display 167 is selected by the input pen 55, dictionary conversion is performed and the converted sentence is displayed at the position of the cursor 163. When the conversion display 167 is selected again, the second candidate dictionary conversion is performed. The input sentence is confirmed when there is the next pen input. Further, when the delete display 169 is selected, a process for deleting the character or pen input locus in the document input area 153 is performed. When the locus display 171 is selected, the locus of the input pen 55 in the document input area 153 is directly input. The image displayed in the document input area 153 is the FAX data memory 2 in the RAM 27.
It is stored in 7A.

In the determination of S510, if the FAX menu display 155 is selected, then the FAX menu processing is performed (S530), and if the FAX transmission display 157 is selected, then the FAX transmission processing is performed. (S54
0), if the reception FAX display 159 is selected, then the reception FAX display processing is performed (S550). Details will be described later. Further, when the stop display 161 is selected, this routine is temporarily terminated as it is.

FIG. 13 is a flowchart of the FAX menu processing routine, and FIG. 14 is an explanatory view of the FAX menu screen. When the FAX menu processing is activated, first, F
The AX menu screen is displayed (S600). FA
The X menu screen includes a menu area 181 and a document selection area 183, as shown in FIG.
In the menu area 181, the next page display 185 and FA
An X transmission display 187, a reception FAX display 189, a stop display 191, and a deletion display 193 are displayed.
A document list 195 is provided in the document selection area 183, and a document name display 197 is displayed in the document list 195.

After the FAX menu screen is displayed, a judgment is made (S610). In the judgment, whether document selection was made,
Alternatively, whether the next page display 185 is selected, the FAX transmission display 187 is selected, or the reception FAX display display 18 is displayed.
It is determined whether 9 is selected, the stop display 191 is selected, or the delete display 193 is selected.

If the document is selected, that is, any one of the document name displays 197 is selected, then the document processing is performed (S630). In the document processing, first, the document input screen shown in FIG. 12 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. Document file 27
B is set in the RAM 27. Thereafter, the document processing that is substantially the same as the above-described S520 is performed on the displayed document data. That is, it is possible to edit and use a prepared sentence.

If the next page display 185 is selected in the determination in S610, the page change process is executed. In the page change process, the document list 195 is changed to the next page. If it is determined that the FAX transmission display 187 is selected, the FAX transmission processing is executed (S640), and the reception F
FAX display If the display 189 is selected, the received FAX
The display process is executed (S650), and when the delete display 193 is selected, the delete process is executed (S66).
0). Further, when the stop display 191 is selected, this routine is temporarily terminated as it is.

FIG. 15 is a flowchart of the FAX transmission processing routine, and FIG. 16 is an explanatory view of the FAX transmission screen. When the FAX transmission process is activated, the FAX transmission screen is first displayed (S700). The fax transmission screen is
As shown in an example in FIG. 16, a menu area 201 and a transmission condition selection area 203 are provided. Menu area 2
A setting display 205 and a cancellation display 207 are displayed at 01. The transmission condition selection area 203 is provided with a transmission destination selection display 209, a transmission time selection display 211, 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 a transmission time name 219 is displayed in the transmission time list 215.

After the FAX transmission screen is displayed, a judgment is made (S710). In the determination, it is determined whether the destination is selected, the transmission time is selected, the setting display 205 is selected, or the stop display 207 is selected. Here, when the destination is selected, that is, when one of the destination names 217 is selected, the transmission number setting process is executed next (S720). In the transmission number setting processing, first, the telephone number set in the selected destination name 217 is set in the transmission number memory 27C in the RAM 27. After setting, the process returns to the determination process.

In the determination processing, if the transmission time is selected, that is, if any of the transmission time names 219 is selected, then the transmission time setting processing is executed (S730). In the transmission time setting process, first, the transmission time set in the selected transmission time name 219 is set to the transmission time memory 27 in the RAM 27.
Perform the process of setting to D.

After the setting, it is judged whether the next set transmission time is immediate (S740). If not, the routine is temporarily terminated. If the transmission time is immediate, then FAX transmission is executed (S750). In the FAX transmission process, the wireless telephone device 7 performs a process of transmitting the FAX data stored in the FAX data memory 27A in the RAM 27 to the destination set in the transmission number memory 27C by facsimile. As a result, a sentence or an image input by the pen input device 3 can be facsimile-transmitted to a desired destination on the spot. In addition,
If it is not immediate transmission, it will be described later.

If the setting display 205 is selected in the determination of S710, then the FAX setting process is executed (S).
760). In the FAX setting process, the size of the paper, the standard of the facsimile, the addition / change of the transmission destination, the addition of the transmission time,
The change is made by a FAX setting processing routine (not shown).
To do. That is, the transmission condition that should be set in advance is set.

When it is determined that the cancel display 207 is selected, this routine is temporarily terminated as it is. Figure 17
FIG. 18 is a flowchart of the reception FAX display processing routine.
FIG. 7 is an explanatory diagram of a reception FAX list screen. When the reception FAX display process is activated, the reception FAX list screen is displayed first (S800). The reception FAX list screen is shown in FIG.
As shown in the example in FIG.
X selection area 223. Menu area 221
In the figure, a data output display 225 and a stop display 227 are shown. In the reception FAX selection area 223, the reception FA
An X list display 229 and a reception FAX list 231 are provided, and the reception FAX list 231 includes the reception FAX name 2
33 is displayed.

After the reception FAX list screen is displayed, a judgment is made (S810). In the judgment, whether the selection is made, the data output display 225 is selected, or the stop display 2
It is determined whether 27 is selected. Any reception here F
If the AX name 233 is selected, then the reception FAX display process is executed (S820). In the reception FAX display processing, the stored contents of the reception FAX data memory 27E corresponding to the reception FAX name 233 are displayed on the pen input device 3 as an image.

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

If it is determined that the cancel display 227 is selected, this routine is temporarily terminated. By the reception FAX display processing described above, the reception FAX data received via the wireless telephone device 7 and stored in the reception FAX data memory 27E is displayed or output to the outside and printed. You can

FIG. 19 is a flowchart of the deletion processing routine. When the deletion processing routine is started, first, F
The AX list screen is displayed (S900). On the FAX list screen (not shown), data names indicating the storage contents of the FAX data memory 27A and the storage contents of the reception FAX data memory 27E are displayed. Then the selected FA
Processing for deleting X is performed (S910). Selected FA
In the process of deleting X, the stored data corresponding to the data name selected by the input pen 55 is deleted on the FAX list screen (not shown).

By this deletion processing, it is possible to delete unnecessary FAX data for transmission or received. The communicator-controlled FA of FIG. 9 described above
By the X processing (S430), FAX transmission data can be created, transmitted, and displayed only by operating the input pen 55.

FIG. 20 is a flowchart of the telephone processing routine, FIG. 21 is an explanatory view of the telephone menu screen, and FIG.
Is an explanatory view of a message selection screen, FIG. 23 is a flowchart of a setting processing routine, and FIG. 24 is a flowchart of an answering machine display processing routine.

When the telephone processing is activated, the telephone menu screen is first displayed (S1000). The telephone menu screen is displayed in the menu area 24 as shown in FIG.
1 and a transmission selection area 243. In the menu area 241, the setting display 245 and the recorded message display 24
7 and a cancellation display 249 are displayed. In the transmission selection area 243, a transmission destination selection (next page) display 251 and
A callee list 253, a call condition display 254, and a call condition list 255 are provided. A callee name 257 is displayed in the callee list 253, and a call condition list 2
A calling condition name 259 is displayed at 55.

After the telephone menu screen is displayed, a judgment is made next (S1010). In the judgment, any of the destination names 257
Is selected, the setting display 245 is selected, the recorded message display 247 is selected, or the stop display 249 is selected. Here, if any of the destination names is selected, the following judgment is made (S1020). In this judgment, the immediate display 26 from the calling condition name 259 is displayed.
1 is selected, the message transmission display 263 is selected, or the setting display 245 and the recorded message display 24
7. Judge whether the stop display 249 is selected. Here, when the immediate display 261 is selected, a telephone call is made (S1030). In the telephone call, the call is made to the destination selected in S1010. This makes it possible to talk with the other party.

In judgment, message transmission display 263
If is selected, a message selection screen is displayed next (S1040). On the message selection screen, a menu area 271 and a message selection area 273 are displayed as shown in FIG. Menu area 27
A telephone call display 275 and a cancellation display 277 are displayed on the display screen 1. A message selection display 279 and a message list 281 are provided in the message selection area 273, and a message name 283 is displayed in the message list 281.

After the message selection screen is displayed, a judgment is made next (S1050). In the determination, it is determined whether the stop display 277 is selected or any message name 283 is selected. Here, if the stop display 277 is selected, this routine is temporarily terminated, and if 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 contents addition / modification routine (not shown).

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

If it is determined that the cancel 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, the setting process is performed next (S1080). In the setting process, as shown in FIG. 23, first, a setting screen is displayed (S1100). Although not shown, the setting screen includes an answering machine execution display, an answering machine cancel display, a cancellation display, a voice mode display, and a voice character conversion mode display. After the setting screen is displayed, the judgment is made.

If it is determined that the message recording execution display is selected, then the message recording processing is performed (S1120). In the answering machine process, a set is executed to execute an answering machine for a telephone received via the wireless telephone device 7. After that, it automatically answers the received call and records the received contents in the recorded message memory 27.
The process of storing in H is automatically performed.

On the other hand, if the answer record cancel display is selected in the judgment, the answer record cancel processing is performed (S1130). By this process, the process of recording the received telephone message is stopped. In addition, when it is determined that the cancel display is selected, this routine is temporarily terminated as it is.

When it is determined that the voice mode display is selected, the character conversion cancel process is executed (S114).
0). In the character conversion cancel process, the character conversion operation described below is canceled. If it is determined that the voice character conversion mode display is selected, character conversion operation processing is performed (S1150). In the character conversion operation process, the voice analysis processor 24 converts the voice mail recorded in the reception telephone recording memory 27G into character data, and stores it in the reception telephone character memory 27I. Further, in the case other than the recorded message, the voice signal received via the wireless telephone device 7 is converted into character data in real time and displayed on the pen input device 3 as characters. As a result, the received telephone call can be confirmed by the character data in addition to or by listening to the voice.

By the above setting process, it is possible to easily set whether or not to record the message. Further, since the telephone call is converted into character data and recognized, it is convenient for telephone calls in situations where no sound can be emitted, or can be utilized as a telephone device for the deaf.

When the recorded message display 247 is selected in the display state of the telephone menu screen, the recorded message display processing is next performed (S1090). In the recorded message display processing, as shown in FIG. 24, first, a recorded message list screen is displayed (S1200). Although not shown, the recorded message list screen includes a recorded message list, a recorded message list, a deletion display, and a cancellation display. In this judgment, if any one of the recorded messages or the recorded characters is selected from the recorded message list or the recorded message list, it is reproduced next (S122).
0). In the case of voice recording, the voice recording data is called from the reception telephone recording memory 27G in the RAM 27 and is reproduced by the earphone 49 or the speaker 51 in the case of voice recording. In the case of an answering character, the answering character data is called from the reception telephone character memory 27I in the RAM 27 and is performed by the pen input device 3.

If it is determined that the deletion is made, then the deletion processing is performed (S1230). The deletion process is performed by receiving the voice mail recording selected by the input pen 55 from the voice mail list or the voice mail list. The telephone recording memory 27G
Process to delete from inside, or receive telephone character memory 27I
Process to delete from inside.

If the decision is to cancel, then this routine is once terminated. By the recorded message display processing described above, the recorded voice data can be reproduced and the recorded message data can be displayed in the character data type. 25 is a flowchart of a data processing routine, FIG. 26 is an explanatory diagram of a data input screen, and FIG.
2 is a flowchart of a transmission condition setting processing routine, FIG.
8 is a flowchart of a data transmission processing routine.

When the data processing shown in FIG. 25 is started, the data input screen is first displayed (S1300). The data input screen is displayed in the menu area 29 as shown in FIG.
1 and a data input area 293. In the menu area 291, a transmission condition setting display 295, a data transmission display 297, a received data display display 299, and a cancel display 301 are provided. Data input area 293
Is initially solid.

After the data input screen is displayed, a judgment is made (S1310). In the judgment, whether the data input is selected, the transmission condition setting display 295 is selected, the data transmission display 297 is selected, the received data display 29
It is checked whether 9 is selected or the stop display 301 is selected. Here, the selection of data input is a case where the data input area 293 is selected by the input pen 55. When the data input is selected, the data input process is performed next (S1320). In the data input process, first, the cursor 305 is displayed at the point designated by the input pen 55, for example, the point 303 as shown in FIG. 26, and the pen input area frame 307 is displayed. Next, a process of storing the input data in the transmission data data memory 27J is performed.

If it is determined that the transmission condition setting display 295 is selected, then the transmission condition setting process is performed (S133).
0). Details will be described later. If it is determined that the data transmission display 297 is selected, then the data transmission processing is executed (S1340), and if the reception data display 299 is selected, the reception data display processing is executed ( S13
50) If the stop display 301 is selected, this routine is temporarily terminated as it is.

In the transmission condition setting process of S1330, the process shown in FIG.
As shown in FIG. 7, first, a transmission condition setting screen is displayed (S
1400). Although the transmission condition setting screen is not shown,
A selection display, a cancellation display, and an end display are provided. Here, when the selection display is selected, the transmission condition changing process is performed next (S1420). In the transmission condition change processing, first, a transmission condition change screen (not shown) is displayed. This transmission condition change screen includes an end display, a cancellation display, and a transmission condition selection display for data transmission such as BPS display, character length display, parity check display, stop bit number display, and X parameter display. It is displayed. Then, the process of inputting the information selected on the screen is performed.

When the end display is selected in the state of the transmission condition changing screen or the transmission condition setting screen, the contents of the transmission condition changing process are fixed. Further, when the stop display is selected, the change of the transmission condition change process is stopped. That is, the previous contents are not changed.

By this transmission condition setting process, the standard of data transmission between computers can be set. Figure 25
When the data transmission display 297 is selected in S1310, the data transmission screen is first displayed as shown in the data transmission processing of FIG. 28 (S1500). Although not shown, the data transmission screen includes a destination selection display, a transmission time selection display, a setting display, and a cancellation display.
A determination is made after the display (S1510).

If it is determined that the transmission destination selection display is selected, then the transmission number setting process is executed (S1520). In the transmission number setting process, a transmission number selection screen (not shown) is first displayed. The transmission number selection screen is provided with a transmission number list and a new number addition display. The transmission number list is provided with a plurality of transmission number displays. When the new number addition display is selected, a pen input area frame is displayed and a new destination number is input. Here, after waiting for the selection of the desired transmission number, if there is a selection, this number is set in the data transmission number memory 27K.

If the transmission time selection display is selected in the judgment, then the transmission time setting process is performed (S153).
0). In the transmission time setting process, a transmission time selection screen (not shown) is first displayed. The transmission time selection screen is provided with a transmission time input display and an immediate display. When the send time input display is selected, the pen input area frame is displayed,
Date and time data input by the pen is the data transmission time memory 27.
Stored in L. When the immediate display is selected, the immediate data is stored.

After the date and time data is stored, it is next determined whether it is immediate (S1540). If it is determined that it is not immediate, this routine is once terminated. On the other hand, if it is determined to be immediate, then the data transmission process is executed (S1550). In the data transmission process, the contents stored in the transmission data memory 27M are immediately transmitted. The transmission is performed under the transmission condition set in S1330 and S1.
It is sent to the transmission number set in 520.

If it is determined in S1510 that the cancel display has been selected, this routine is temporarily terminated. If the setting display is selected, then a data setting process is executed (S1560). In the data setting process, a data setting screen (not shown) is displayed first. This data setting screen is provided with a data input target display and an input type selection display. In the data input target display, for example, the data input / output connector 73, the card connector 75, and the card connector 77 are displayed. Text, binary, MMR data, RS232C, etc. are displayed on the input type selection display.

By this data transmission processing, settings are made for inputting and transmitting data. When the received data display display 299 is selected in the determination in S1310 of FIG. 25, the received data display processing is executed (S1350).
In the received data display processing, a received data display list screen (not shown) is displayed, selection is requested, and the selected received data is displayed as an image. When the external output is selected, it is output from the selected port.

If the cancel display 301 is selected in the determination (S1310), this routine is temporarily terminated. By the data processing described above, it is possible to directly send data to the destination computer or display the data sent from the destination computer.

FIG. 29 is a flowchart of the application processing routine, and FIG. 30 is an explanatory diagram of the application selection screen. When the application menu display 139 is selected in the determination of S420 in FIG. 9, application processing is executed next (S460). In the application processing, as shown in FIG. 29, first, an application selection screen is displayed (S1600).
On the application selection screen, as shown in FIG.
Menu area 311 and application selection area 31
3 and 3 are provided.

A replacement display 315 is displayed in the menu area 311.
A full page display 317, a next page display 319, a stop display 321 and an execution display 323 are provided.
An application list 325 is provided in the application selection area 313. The application list 325 is provided with a use availability display 327. The availability indicator 327 includes an availability indicator 329 indicated by a white circle,
An unusable display 331 represented by a black circle is provided. The unusable display 331 indicates that the application software card is not set in the card storage 79.

An application display 333 is provided in the application list 325. After the application selection screen is displayed, the next judgment is made (S161).
0). In the judgment, it is judged which of the application selection screens has been selected. Here, if there is a selection in the menu area 311, a selection process is executed, and if the stop display 321 is selected, this routine is once terminated as it is. In addition, the application selection area 31
If the process in 3 is selected, then the application is executed (S1620). In the application execution, the processing shifts to the selected application routine. An example of the application will be described later.

FIG. 31 is a flowchart of the application menu registration processing routine, and FIG. 32 is a flowchart of the communicator center menu registration processing routine. The application menu registration process of FIG. 31 is started every predetermined time. First, it is determined whether a new application software card has been inserted. This judgment is made by first detecting whether or not the application software cards 95 and 97 are inserted in the card connectors 75 and 77 and, if so, by judging whether or not the card has already been registered as an application. To do.

If no new card has been inserted, this routine is temporarily terminated. If inserted,
Registration data is input (S1710). Predetermined data is input as the registration data. Next, application registration is performed (S1720). Application registration is performed in the application registration area 29A in the EEPROM 29. When the application is registered,
Menu area 31 of the application selection screen shown in
It is displayed in 1.

The communicator center menu registration process of FIG. 32 is started every predetermined time, and it is first determined whether or not communication is being performed with the communicator center 391 (S1800). If communication is not in progress, this routine is terminated as it is.
If it is communicating with the communicator center 391, the communicator center menu is read next (S181).
0). The communicator center menu, which will be described in detail later, is included in the communication data with the communicator center 391 and transmitted. After reading, it is determined whether or not there is a change in the communicator center menu (S1820), and if there is no change, this routine is once terminated as it is. If there is a change, communicator center menu registration is performed (S1830). The communicator center menu registration is performed in the communicator center menu area 29B in the EEPROM 29. As a result, the communicator center menu is appropriately modified. Public communication line 395
Are connected to the switching network 403. A navigation center 405, a satellite center 407, and a bank computer center 409 are connected to the exchange network 403.

FIG. 33 is a flowchart of the communicator center calling processing routine, FIGS. 34 to 36 are explanatory views of the communicator center calling processing, and FIG. 37 is an explanatory view of the communicator center 391. The communicator center 391, as shown in FIG.
It is connected to 93. The wireless telephone center 393 is connected to the public communication line 395, is arranged in each predetermined wireless telephone service area, and performs two-way communication with a wireless telephone device such as the personal communicator 1. The communicator center 391 is connected to the ticket center 397, the bank computer center 399, the securities company 401, and the like.

The communicator center calling process of FIG. 33 is a process started when the “11 communicator center calling / online” display 341 of FIG. 30 is selected in S1610 of FIG. First, the usage items are displayed (S1900). As shown in FIG. 34, the display of usage items includes a display 351 for requesting selection and a usage item list 353. A usage item name 355 is displayed in the usage item list 353. After this display, a determination is made (S1910), and the itemized menu of the selected usage item name 355 is displayed (S19).
20).

The itemized menu is as shown in FIG.
A display 361 for requesting selection and a selection list 363 are provided. The selection list 363 includes a selection name 365.
After displaying the itemized menu, a judgment is made (S193
0), the individual processing image of the selected selection name 365 is displayed (S1940). As shown in FIG. 36, the individually processed image is for requesting input or selection of predetermined data. Here, an example of ticket reservation is shown.

On the screen shown in FIG. 36, a title display 371 for individual processing and display 373, 377 for requesting input,
381, input fields 375 and 379, a selection field 383,
A pen input area frame 385 is displayed. When the input to this individual processing image is completed, next individual processing is executed (S1950). In execution of individual processing, first, the communicator center 391 is connected. Next, the data input by the individual processing image is transmitted to the communicator center 391, and ticket reservation processing is executed according to a predetermined procedure.

The communicator center 39 described above
By cooperating with Personal Communicator 1, 1 can efficiently reserve tickets and various information services,
And it can definitely be done. Further, by having the application processing function, the personal communicator 1 is provided with an almost unlimited use range.

FIG. 38 is a flowchart of the setting processing routine, and FIG. 39 is an explanatory diagram of the setting target selection screen. When the setting menu display 141 is selected in S420 of FIG. 9, the setting process of FIG. 38 is then executed. First, the setting target selection screen is displayed (S2000). As shown in FIG. 39, the setting target selection screen includes a setting target selection display 411, a setting target list 413, and a cancellation display 417. A setting target name display 415 is displayed in the setting target list 413.

After the setting target selection screen is displayed, a judgment is made (S2010). If it is determined that the cancel display 417 is selected, this routine is temporarily terminated as it is. On the other hand, if any one of the setting target list 413 is selected, the following setting process is executed. When the FAX transmission display 421 is selected, FAX transmission setting processing is executed (S2020). When the FAX reception display 423 is selected, the FAX reception setting process (S2030), the data transmission display 425 is selected, the data transmission setting process (S2040), and the data reception display 427 is selected. The data reception setting process (S2045), the telephone transmission setting process (S2050) when the telephone transmission display 429 is selected, and the telephone reception setting process (S2060) when the telephone reception display 431 is selected. To be executed.

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

FIG. 40 is a flowchart of the FAX transmission time monitor processing routine, and FIG. 41 is a flowchart of the data transmission time monitor processing routine. This is CP
It is activated by U23 every predetermined time. FA in FIG. 40
When the X transmission time monitor process is activated, it is first determined whether there is a transmission wait (S2100). FAX is waiting for transmission
It is determined whether or not FAX data is stored in the data memory 27A. If it is determined that the transmission is not on standby, this routine is temporarily terminated as it is. on the other hand,
If there is a transmission wait, it is next determined whether it is the transmission time (S2).
110). 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 temporarily terminated as it is. If it is transmission time, then FA
X transmission is performed (S2120). Reservation transmission of FAX is performed by the FAX transmission time monitor processing described above.

When the data transmission time monitor of FIG. 41 is activated, it is first determined whether there is a transmission wait (S220).
0). The waiting for transmission is determined by whether or not data is stored in the transmission data memory 27M. If it is determined that the transmission is not on standby, this routine is temporarily terminated as it is. On the other hand, if there is a transmission waiting, it is next determined whether it is the transmission time (S2210). 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, this routine is temporarily terminated as it is. If it is the transmission time, then data transmission is performed (S2220). By the data transmission time monitor process described above, reserved transmission of data is performed.

The personal communicator 1 described above can carry out telephone calls, FAX communications, data communications, various application processes, etc. without keyboard operation, and can carry all of these as a set. . As a result, an extremely excellent effect of obtaining a highly convenient information exchange device is achieved.

Next, the GP is set in the personal communicator 1.
A case where the S user device 109 is connected and used will be described.
FIG. 42 is an explanatory diagram of the usage state in this case. FIG. 42
As shown in, personal communicator 1 and GPS
The user device 109 is the dashboard 50 of the vehicle 501.
Put on 3 and use.

The GPS user device 109 is provided with an antenna 109A having a well-known structure and a coordinate calculation device 109B, and outputs the current position data NEH including the position coordinates of the current position and the altitude. Personal communicator 1
Inputs the current position data NEH via the data input / output controller 71.

FIG. 43 is an explanatory diagram of the navigator menu. The navigator menu is displayed on the display surface 3C, and the "13 navigator" display 50 in FIG.
This is a process that is started when 5 is selected. In this case, an application software card 95 for a navigator is installed in the card storage section 79. All the subsequent processing is executed based on the software of the application software card 95.

The navigator menu shown in FIG. 43 includes a navigator menu display 511 and a built-in map guide display 513.
, A navigation center utilization display 515 and a satellite center utilization display 517 are provided. Figure 44
[FIG. 7] is an explanatory diagram of a built-in map guide screen. The built-in map guide screen is displayed on the pen input device 3 when the built-in map guide display 513 is selected in the navigator menu of FIG. A fixed display 52 is displayed on the built-in map guide screen.
1, follow-up display 523, left arrow display 525, 125
1/00 display 527 and 1/5000 display 529
, 1/50000 display 531, 1/25000 display 533, right arrow display 535, guidance display 537
The end display 539 and the map display screen 541 are displayed. On the map display screen 541, the orientation display 543
A road display 545, a place name display 547, a road name display 549, a trunk passage line 550, a signal display 551, and a current position display 553 are provided. Map display screen 5
41 will be described later.

FIG. 45 is a flowchart of the navigation screen display processing routine. This process is started when the built-in map guide screen is displayed. When activated, first a determination is made (S3000). In judgment, fixed display 521
And follow display 523, left arrow display 525, and 1250
1 in 0 display 527 and 1 in 25000 display 529
, 1/50000 display 531, 1/25000 display 533, right arrow display 535, guidance display 537
Then, which display is selected from the end display 539 is determined. The left arrow display 525 to the right arrow display 535 are simply referred to as scale display. Here, the fixed display 52
When 1 is selected, the process of making north north upward is performed (S3010). Further, when the follow-up display 523 is selected, the process of increasing the traveling direction upward (S3020), and when any of the scale display (525-535) is selected, the process of setting the designated scale (S3030). ), Guidance display 5
If 37 is selected, guidance processing (S3040),
When the end display 539 is selected, this routine is temporarily ended as it is. When the navigation center is selected, the navigation center transmission screen processing (S3050) is performed.
This will be described later.

When the process of moving north up in S3010 is started, a process of fixing the upper part 541A of the map display screen 541 to "north" is performed as shown in FIG. S30
When the process of increasing the traveling direction of 20 is started, the process shown in FIG.
As shown in FIG. 6, a process of setting the upper side 541A in the traveling direction is performed. When the process of changing to the designated scale in S3030 is started, the process of displaying the map of the selected scale is performed. When the left arrow or the right arrow displays 525 and 535 are selected, a process of steplessly changing the current scale ratio to a smaller direction or a larger direction is performed.

When the guidance process of S3040 is activated, the guidance process shown in detail in FIG. 47 is performed. In the guidance processing, first, a guidance route input frame is displayed (S310).
0). In the guide route input frame display, a guide route input frame 555 as shown in FIGS. 48A and 48B is displayed on the map display screen 541. The guide route input frame 555 is provided with a delete display 557, a map display 559, and a conversion display 561. The deletion display 557 is displayed on the guide route input frame 55.
The map display 559 is for terminating input, and the conversion display 561 is for dictionary conversion.

In the guide route input frame 555, rules for identifying and fetching data when the input is made by the following method are defined. For example, a method of sequentially inputting a place name display 571 and an arrow display 573 as shown in FIG. 48A or a method of inputting a road display 575 as shown in FIG. In the case of the person shown in (A), the route to go to "Takayama" first, and then to "Toyama" and "Kanazawa" is input. In the case of (B), it is instructed to go through “R8”.

When the input of the guide route by the guide route input frame 555 is completed, the guide route overall map shown in FIG. 47 is displayed (S31110). In the guide route overall map display, first, based on the guide route input in S3100, FIG.
Display the screen as shown in. In the whole guide route map, the place name display 547, the current position display 553, and the road name display 5
49, a topographic line display 565, and a target position display 566 are displayed. As a result, the entire guide route is confirmed.

After the entire guide route is displayed for a predetermined time (several seconds), the neighboring map is displayed (S3120). In the proximity map display, as shown in FIG. 50, a place name display 547, a current position display 553, a road name display 549, and a road destination display 5
67 and a guide route line 569 are provided. The guide route line 569 is a diagram showing the guide route. By performing this neighborhood view display, even in the case where a distant place is set as the guidance destination, the neighborhood of the current position can be displayed with emphasis.

The neighborhood map is updated in real time as the current position changes. The proximity map is displayed until the guide route is changed or another process is selected (S3130). 51 is a flowchart of a map display processing routine, FIG. 52 is a flowchart of a current position display processing routine, FIG. 53 is a flowchart of a target position display processing routine, and FIG. 54 is a flowchart of a guide route display processing routine. These are executed every predetermined time when the built-in map guide screen is displayed.

When the map display processing of FIG. 51 is started, fixed or following input is first performed (S3200). Next, input the scale (S3210), input the coordinates of the current position (S
3220) is performed. These are the data set by the navigation screen display process of FIG. 45 and the GPS user device 1
The current position data NEH read from 09 is read.

Next, the traveling direction is calculated (S323).
0). The traveling direction is calculated based on the changing state of the coordinates of the current position. Next, the display screen is determined (S324
0), the map data required to display this display screen is input (S3250). Map data is
Input is made to the card storage unit 79 from the stored application software card 95 for the navigator.

After reading the map data, the map is displayed (S3260). As a result, a map display screen with the current position almost at the center is displayed. When the current position display processing of FIG. 52 is started, first, coordinates of the current position are input (S3300), and then data of the display screen is input (S3310). When inputting data on the display screen,
Input the data of the map display screen created by the map display process. That is, the data of the screen currently displayed is input.

Next, the coordinates on the display screen are calculated (S
3320). In this processing, the position on the display screen to which the current position corresponds is calculated based on the data read in S3300 and S3310. After the coordinates are calculated, the current position mark is displayed (S3330). This is at the position on the display screen calculated in S3320,
The current position display 553 is displayed. As a result, the current position display 553 indicating the current position is displayed in real time at the current position on the map display screen 541.

When the target position display processing of FIG. 53 is activated, first the coordinates of the target position are input (S3400),
Next, data input on the display screen is performed (S341).
0), coordinates on the display screen are calculated (S342).
0). The coordinate of the target position is the coordinate data of the final position of the guide route input in S3100 of FIG. 47, or the coordinate value of the point designated by the input pen 55 by the target position input process (not shown).

After the coordinates of the target position on the display screen are calculated, the target position mark is displayed (S3430). In the target position mark display, the target position display 566 is displayed on the map display screen 541.
I do. When the target position does not fall on the map display screen 541, this routine is temporarily terminated as it is. By this target position display processing, the mark of the target position can be displayed on the map display screen 541.

When the guide route display processing of FIG. 54 is activated, first the coordinates of the current position are input (S3500),
Next, the coordinates of the target position are input (S3510), and the guide route is calculated (S3520). The guide route is calculated by finding the road with the shortest travel distance. Further, when the user actually moves on another route despite instructing the guide route, this moving route is learned and the learned route is set as the guide route from the next time.

After the guide route is calculated, the data on the display screen is next input (S3530), the display position of the guide route is obtained, and the guide route line is displayed (S3540). The guide route line 569 is displayed as a thick line along the road display 575 of the guide route. By this guide route display processing, a diagram showing the guide route is drawn on the map display screen 541.

55 to 57 are explanatory views of using the navigation center. When the navigation center use display 515 is selected on the navigator menu screen of FIG. 43, the navigation center use screen shown in FIG. 55 is displayed on the pen input device 3. The navigation center use screen has a fixed display 621 and a follow-up display 6
23, left arrow display 625, and 1/12500 display 6
27, 1 / 25,000 display 629, 1 / 50,000 display 631, 1 / 250,000 display 633,
A right arrow display 635, a navigation center display 637, an end display 639, and a map display screen 641 are displayed.
Although not shown in FIG. 55, the map display screen 641 includes a direction display 543, a road display 545, and a place name display 547.
A road name display 549, a trunk passage 550, a signal display 551, and a current position display 553 are provided.

In the state of the navigation center utilization screen, the navigation screen display processing which is almost the same as that of FIG. 45 described above is executed. The processing contents are almost the same, but here,
The navigation center transmission screen process of S3050 is selected. The navigation center transmission screen processing is performed by the navigation center display 637.
Is executed when is selected.

When the navigation center transmission screen process is activated,
First, as shown in FIG. 55, a navigation center transmission data input frame 655 is displayed. Navi center transmission data input frame 65
5 includes a delete display 657 and a navigation center transmission display 659.
And a conversion display 661 are provided. The data entered in the navigation center transmission data input frame 655 is the navigation center transmission display 659 together with the data of the coordinates of the current position.
When is selected, it is transmitted to the navigation center 405 via the switching network 403 shown in FIG.

The navigation center 405 returns predetermined data based on the transmitted coordinate data of the current position and the navigation center transmission data input frame 655.
For example, as shown in FIG. 55, when “Surgery 2 Km” is transmitted, the data of a surgical clinic or a hospital having surgery within 2 kilometers around the coordinate data of the current position is displayed. Send it back.

The data returned from the navigation center 405 is displayed at the corresponding position on the map display screen 641.
It is displayed with the name and a predetermined mark. That is, the data input in the navigation center transmission data input frame 655 is decoded by the navigation center 405, and the decoding result is displayed as image data on the map display screen 641.

In the navigation center transmission data input frame 655,
When “Detail 1 Km” as shown in FIG. 56 is input and transmitted to the navigation center 405, a detailed diagram as shown in FIG. 57 is displayed on the map display screen 641. As described above, the navigation center utilization processing makes it possible to obtain desired map information, company information, and other frequently changing information in real time by utilizing the database stored in the navigation center 405.

58 to 60 are explanatory views of the satellite center use screen, and FIG. 61 is a flowchart of the satellite center use processing routine. When the satellite center use display 517 is selected on the navigator menu screen of FIG. 43, the satellite center use processing shown in FIG. 61 is activated. When this process is activated, as shown in FIG.
The navigation center use screens shown in FIGS. 59 and 60 are displayed on the pen input device 3 (S400).
0). Fixed display 7 on the navigation center screen
21, follow-up display 723, left arrow display 725, 25
A 1 / 000th display 729, a right arrow display 735, a satellite center display 737, a built-in display 738, an end display 739, and a map display screen 741 are displayed.
On the map display screen 741, as shown in FIG. 60, a direction display 543, a road display 545, a place name display 547, a road name display 549, a trunk passage line 550, and a signal display 551.
And a current position display 553 are provided.

In the state of this satellite center use screen,
A determination is made (S4010). Here, when the display other than the satellite center display 737 and the display other than the built-in display 738 are selected, image processing is performed (S4020).
The image processing is almost the same as the processing described in the navigation screen display processing and the like.

If the built-in display 738 is selected, the built-in processing is performed next (S4030), and if the satellite center display 737 is selected, the satellite center processing is performed (S4040). As for the built-in processing, as shown in FIG. 62, first, the built-in processing input frame display is performed (S41).
00). In the built-in process input frame display, as shown in FIG. 59, the built-in process input frame 755 is displayed on the map display screen 741. A deletion display 757 is displayed in the internal processing input frame 755.
A map display 758 and a conversion display 761 are provided. As an input method into the internal processing input frame 755,
The place name display 571 and the arrow display 573 are alternately input. When the right end arrow display 573A of FIG. 59 is input,
As shown in FIG. 63, the inside of the internal processing input frame 755 is scrolled to the right. Built-in processing input frame after scrolling 75
5, a place name display 671B outside the frame and an arrow display 573 outside the frame are displayed.
B is displayed. As shown in FIG. 59 and FIG. 63, the guide route is input in the built-in process input frame 755. The data input in the internal processing input frame 755 is analyzed by the input content analysis processing as described below (S4110). For example, in the example input in FIG. 59 and FIG. 63, the first target “◯◯ company”, the second target “ΔΔ company”, and the third target “head office” are input as data.

After the analysis of the input contents, the input contents are executed next (S4120). When executing the input contents, for example, a screen shown in FIG. 60 is displayed. On this screen, as a display regarding the guide route, a first target display 771A, a second target display 771B, a third target display 771C, a progress order arrow display 773, a progress order number display 775, and a guide route line 56.
9 and an individual registration name display 777 are displayed. The individual registration name display 777 is data registered in advance for the satellite center use screen.

By this built-in processing, it is possible to display a screen for guiding between these companies by utilizing the data such as company and store names that are individually registered in advance. Therefore,
It is convenient for sales people and courier. S4040 of FIG. 61
When the satellite center process is started, the satellite center process input frame display is first performed as shown in FIG. 64 (S4200). In the satellite center processing input frame display, as shown in FIGS. 58 and 65, the satellite center processing input frame 756 is displayed on the map display screen 741. The internal processing input frame 755 is provided with a delete display 757, a satellite transmission display 759, and a conversion display 761. As input methods into the satellite center processing input frame 756, there are a method meaning the processing content and a method requesting guidance. As for obtaining the processing contents, FIG.
As shown in FIG. 8, there are “collection schedule”, “delivery route” in FIG. 65A, “ordering” in FIG. There is a method for inputting a place name or a name as shown in FIG. For those who require guidance, the guidance route is input by a method similar to the built-in processing. The satellite center processing input frame display is ended when the satellite transmission display 759 is selected, and the processing shifts to the next processing.

The data input in the satellite center processing input frame 756 is analyzed by the next input content analysis processing (S4210). After the analysis of the input contents, the input contents are executed next (S4220). In executing the input content, for example, the following processing is performed. The "collection schedule" shown in FIG. 58 and the "delivery route" shown in (A) of FIG.
In the case of, this data together with the predetermined data
7 is transmitted to the satellite center 407 shown in FIG. At the satellite center, we analyze the transmitted data,
Return the response data. The satellite center 407 is provided for each transportation company and each company, and is utilized for its own operation purpose. For example, a shipping company manages collection and delivery, and a company manages orders and shipping.

As an example of the response data to the "collection schedule", as shown in FIG. 66, data including a collection name 781, a collection route 783, a designated time 785 and the like is sent. The response data for the “shipping route” has almost the same data format. A temporary waiting place display 787 is displayed on the collection route 783.

67, 68 and 69 are explanatory views of the ordering process. When “ordering” is input as shown in FIG. 65B, an ordering processing routine (not shown) is started. In the ordering process, first, the ordering menu shown in FIG. 67 is displayed. The ordering menu is provided with an end display 791, a cancellation display 793, and an order content input area 795. In the order content input area 795, an order menu display 801, a company selection display 803, and a company name input display 80 are displayed.
5, a detailed input display 807, a company name input field 809,
Order form selection display 811, A type display 813, B
A type display 815 and a C type display 817 are provided.

In the ordering menu of FIG. 67, the company selection display 8
When 03 is selected, a list of registered company names (not shown) is displayed. Here, when a desired company is selected, a pre-registered order data input screen is displayed. When the company name input display 805 is selected in the ordering menu, the company name input frame 821 shown in FIG. 68 is displayed. Company name input frame 8
21, the company name 823 and the address input code 825
And the address name 827 are input. Address input code 8
25 indicates that the address name is input in the subsequent parts. The data input in the company name input frame 821 is displayed in the company name input field 809 as shown in display 829.

The ordering style can be selected by selecting any of the A type to C type displays 813 to 817. End display 791 on the ordering menu screen
When is selected, the order slip of the company having the input name is displayed as shown in FIG. A company name display 831 and a slip display 833 are displayed on the ordering slip. Voucher display 83
Data is input to the three parts by the input pen 55. For data input, a data input frame 835 is displayed. The data input to the order slip is sent to the satellite center 407 when the satellite center order display 837 is selected. At the satellite center 407, order processing is performed to arrange the order contents, and then the order number is returned.

By the above processing, the ordering of merchandise can be performed quickly. By the satellite center processing explained above,
Satellite center 407 provided for a specific purpose
In cooperation with the above, it is possible to perform data processing and navigation that correspond in detail to each individual personal communicator 1.

Next, the case where the printer 107 is connected to the personal communicator 1 and used will be described. FIG. 70
71 is an external view of the usage state of the printer 107, FIG. 71 is an explanatory view of the structure of the printer 107, FIG. 72 is a flowchart of a bank clerk online cashier processing routine, FIG. FIG. 75 is a flow chart of the passbook print processing routine.

As shown in FIGS. 70 and 71, the printer 107 is composed of a main body upper portion 901 and a main body lower portion 903. The main body upper part 901 and the main body lower part 903 are configured to be detachable. On the main body upper part 901,
Roller 905, control circuit 907, print head 909
, A roller 911, a guide 913, and a guide 915 are provided. A biasing mechanism 905A that biases the roller 905 toward the lower portion 903 of the main body is attached to the roller 905.

At the lower portion 903 of the main body, a paper feeding mechanism 917,
Roller 919, drive roller 921, magnetic head 92
3, a pinch roller 925, a roller 927, a guide 929, a guide 931, a biasing mechanism 933, a guide 935, a guide 937, a drive device 939, and a drive gear 941. The biasing mechanism 9 is attached to the magnetic head 923, the roller 927, and the pinch roller 925.
23A, 927A, and 925A are provided. An inlet opening 943 is provided between the upper body 901 and the lower body 903.
An outlet opening 945 and a passage 947 are formed.

When the bank online cashier (for staff) display 951 is selected on the application selection screen of FIG. 30, the online cashier processing for staff of FIG. 72 is activated. In this case, a bank staff application software card 97 is installed in the card storage 79. All the subsequent processing is executed based on the software stored in this application software card 97.

When the on-line receipt / payment process for employees is started, a receipt / disbursement content menu is displayed first (S500
0). Although illustration of the cash content menu display is omitted, this menu is provided with a transfer menu display, a current menu display, an ordinary deposit menu display, and a fixed deposit menu display. After displaying this menu, a determination is made next (S5010). If it is determined that the transfer menu is selected, the transfer menu is displayed next (S5020). In the transfer menu, a selection list of transfer types and the like is displayed. When a selection is made in this menu, a transfer process corresponding to the selection in the menu is performed (S5030). Similarly, when the current menu display is selected, the current menu display is performed (S
5040), the selected interim process is executed (S505).
0) If the ordinary deposit menu display is selected, the ordinary deposit menu display is performed (S5060), the selected ordinary deposit processing is performed (S5070), and the fixed deposit menu display is selected. Displays the time deposit menu (S5080) and executes the selected time deposit process (S5090). When the ordinary deposit processing of S5070 is activated, first, the ordinary deposit processing screen is displayed as shown in FIG. 73 (S5100). Although not shown, the ordinary deposit processing screen is provided with input fields such as a name input field, an account number input field, a product name selection field, and an amount input field that are necessary for depositing. There is.

When the input on the ordinary deposit processing screen is completed, input data inspection is next performed (S5110), and if the inspection result is not acceptable, input is performed again (S512).
0). If the inspection result is acceptable (S5120), then data communication is performed (S5130). Data communication is performed with the bank computer center 409. At the bank computer center 409, the ordinary deposit is processed online and predetermined data is returned.

After the communication with the bank computer center 409 is completed, it is judged whether the passbook or the receipt is printed next (S5140). Depending on the judgment, the passbook is printed (S5150), Printing of the receipt (S5160) is executed. These judgments are made on the ordinary deposit processing screen (S51
00) based on the data previously input.
The printing will be described later.

When the transfer process of S5030 is activated, first, as shown in FIG. 74, the transfer process screen is displayed (S5200). On the transfer processing screen, although not shown, input items required for the transfer processing are displayed.
When the input on the transfer processing screen is completed, the input data inspection is next performed (S5210). After the inspection, a pass / fail judgment is made, and if it passes, the bank computer center 4
Data communication is performed with 09 (S5230).

After the data communication, the receipt is printed (S5240). Detailed description of the current processing of S5050 and the fixed deposit processing of S5090 will be omitted. 73 S5
When passbook printing of 150 is activated, passbook print data is first input as shown in FIG. 75 (S530).
0). Next, the magnetic data of the passbook is input (S
5310). In inputting magnetic data, first, as shown in FIG. 70, the printer 107 is driven to pass the passbook 961 through the passage 947, and then the magnetic head 923 is used to pass the passbook 961 from the magnetic tape attached to the back cover of the passbook.
Performs the process of reading the individual data of.

Next, based on the results of S5300 and S5310, the print position of the passbook is confirmed (S5320).
In the confirmation of the print position, the page and line confirmation means (not shown) confirms the print page and the print line.
In checking the print page, it is determined whether there is a page difference, and if the page is incorrect, correction is requested. When checking the print line, the print position is adjusted.

After confirming the printing position of the passbook, the passbook is printed (S5330), the magnetic data of the passbook is written (S5340), and the passbook write data is transmitted (S5350). In transmitting the passbook write data, the fact that printing has been performed is transmitted to the bank computer center 409.

When the receipt printing in S5160 or S5240 is activated, the paper feed mechanism 917 of the printer 107 supplies the paper 917, and the receipt is printed on the paper 917. By the processing described above, a bank employee can carry out a window service of a bank with almost the same contents as when the bank employee is out and in the bank.

The present invention is not limited to the above embodiments, and various embodiments can be carried out without changing the gist of the present invention.

[0153]

The portable communicator of the first aspect of the invention can send voice data, facsimile data, word processor data, etc. created or input by a portable computer to a desired party connected to a public communication line. it can. You can also receive it. Moreover, they can be printed.

Moreover, these can be located anywhere within the communication range of the wireless communication means and portable. As a result, the range of actions in which desired information transmission and information processing can be performed is widened, and a highly advantageous effect of high convenience is obtained.

The portable communicator of the second invention can send voice data, facsimile data, word processor data, etc. created or input by a portable computer to a desired partner connected to the public communication line. You can also receive it. Moreover,
The data received from the GPS user device can be utilized.

Moreover, these can be located anywhere within the communication range of the wireless communication means and portable. As a result, the number of types of information transmission and navigation processing is increased, and highly convenient effects can be obtained.

[Brief description of drawings]

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

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

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

FIG. 4 is an explanatory diagram of a display state of a display 15.

FIG. 5 is an explanatory diagram of display control.

FIG. 6 is a flowchart of a display control processing routine.

FIG. 7 is a flowchart of a monitor control processing routine.

FIG. 8 is a use state diagram of the personal communicator 1 in a standby state and a charging state.

FIG. 9 is a flowchart of a communicator control processing routine.

FIG. 10 is an explanatory diagram of a current status report screen.

FIG. 11 is a flowchart of a FAX processing routine.

FIG. 12 is an explanatory diagram of a document input screen.

FIG. 13 is a flowchart of a FAX menu processing routine.

FIG. 14 is an explanatory diagram of a FAX menu screen.

FIG. 15 is a flowchart of a FAX transmission processing routine.

FIG. 16 is an explanatory diagram of a FAX transmission screen.

FIG. 17 is a flowchart of a reception FAX display processing routine.

FIG. 18 is an explanatory diagram of a reception FAX list screen.

FIG. 19 is a flowchart of a deletion processing routine.

FIG. 20 is a flowchart of a telephone processing routine.

FIG. 21 is an explanatory diagram of a telephone menu screen.

FIG. 22 is an explanatory diagram of a message selection screen.

FIG. 23 is a flowchart of a setting processing routine.

FIG. 24 is a flowchart of an answering machine display processing routine.

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

FIG. 26 is an explanatory diagram of a data input screen.

FIG. 27 is a flowchart of a transmission condition setting processing routine.

FIG. 28 is a flowchart of a data transmission processing routine.

FIG. 29 is a flowchart of an application processing routine.

FIG. 30 is an explanatory diagram of an application selection screen.

FIG. 31 is a flowchart of an application menu registration processing routine.

FIG. 32 is a flowchart of a communicator center menu registration processing routine.

FIG. 33 is a flowchart of a communicator center call processing routine.

FIG. 34 is an explanatory diagram of communicator center calling processing.

FIG. 35 is an explanatory diagram of communicator center calling processing.

FIG. 36 is an explanatory diagram of communicator center calling processing.

FIG. 37 is an explanatory diagram of a communicator center 391.

FIG. 38 is a flowchart of a setting processing routine.

FIG. 39 is an explanatory diagram of a setting target selection screen.

FIG. 40 is a flowchart of a FAX transmission time monitor processing routine.

FIG. 41 is a flowchart of a data transmission time monitor processing routine.

FIG. 42 is an explanatory diagram of a usage state when the GPS user device 109 is connected to the personal communicator 1 for use.

FIG. 43 is an explanatory diagram of a navigator menu.

FIG. 44 is an explanatory diagram of a built-in map guide screen.

FIG. 45 is a flowchart of a navigation screen display processing routine.

[Fig. 46] "North" is displayed above 541A of the map display screen 541.
It is explanatory drawing of the process fixed to.

FIG. 47 is a flowchart of guidance processing.

FIG. 48 is an explanatory diagram of a guide route input frame display.

FIG. 49 is an explanatory diagram of a guide route overall map display.

FIG. 50 is an explanatory diagram of near view display.

FIG. 51 is a flowchart of map display.

FIG. 52 is a flowchart showing a current position display.

FIG. 53 is a flowchart of target position display.

FIG. 54 is a flowchart of displaying a guide route.

FIG. 55 is an explanatory diagram of using the navigation center.

FIG. 56 is an explanatory diagram of using the navigation center.

FIG. 57 is an explanatory diagram of using the navigation center.

FIG. 58 is an explanatory diagram of using a satellite center.

FIG. 59 is an explanatory diagram of using a satellite center.

FIG. 60 is an explanatory diagram of using a satellite center.

FIG. 61 is a flowchart of using a satellite center.

FIG. 62 is a flowchart of built-in processing.

FIG. 63 is an explanatory diagram of built-in processing.

FIG. 64 is a flowchart of satellite center processing.

FIG. 65 is an explanatory diagram of using a satellite center.

FIG. 66 is an explanatory diagram of using a satellite center.

[Fig. 67] Fig. 67 is an explanatory diagram of using a satellite center.

FIG. 68 is an explanatory diagram of using a satellite center.

FIG. 69 is an explanatory diagram of using a satellite center.

70 is an external view of the printer 107. FIG.

71 is an explanatory diagram of the structure of the printer 107. FIG.

FIG. 72 is a flowchart of an online teller operation for a bank employee.

FIG. 73 is a flowchart of ordinary deposit processing.

FIG. 74 is a flowchart of a transfer process.

FIG. 75 is a flowchart of passbook printing.

[Explanation of symbols]

 1 ... Personal communicator 3 ... Pen input device 5 ... Main body 7 ... Wireless telephone device 71 ... Data input / output controller 107 ... Printer 109 ... GPS user device

Claims (2)

[Claims]
1. A wireless connection to a public communication line,
Wireless communication means for transmitting or receiving data via the public communication line, output of a control command to the wireless communication means, data input from the public communication line via the wireless communication means, or the wireless communication A portable communicator comprising: a portable computer that sends data to the public communication line via a means; and a housing that holds the wireless communication means and the portable computer in a combined state. A portable communicator, comprising print data output means for outputting print data to a printing means held in the housing or outside the housing.
2. A wireless connection to a public communication line,
Wireless communication means for transmitting or receiving data via the public communication line, output of a control command to the wireless communication means, data input from the public communication line via the wireless communication means, or the wireless communication A portable communicator comprising: a portable computer that sends data to the public communication line via a means; and a housing that holds the wireless communication means and the portable computer in a combined state. A portable communicator, comprising position coordinate data input means for inputting position coordinate data from a GPS user device held in the housing or outside the housing.
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