WO2010139207A1 - Method and system for wireless internet data push - Google Patents

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WO2010139207A1
WO2010139207A1 PCT/CN2010/071649 CN2010071649W WO2010139207A1 WO 2010139207 A1 WO2010139207 A1 WO 2010139207A1 CN 2010071649 W CN2010071649 W CN 2010071649W WO 2010139207 A1 WO2010139207 A1 WO 2010139207A1
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杨源
黄筱雅
陈晓东
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Abstract

A method and a system for wireless internet data push are disclosed by the present invention. When a server end needs to initiate a data push service, it initiates a telephone call to a mobile terminal and informs the mobile terminal. When identifying that an incoming call is a push service incoming call, the mobile terminal is prompted to connect the server end to download the push data or connects the server end automatically to download the push data. By adopting the mode of common telephone call, the present invention implements a PUSH function from the server end to the mobile terminal, and enables the mobile terminal to work in a mode completely the same as a common operating mode when it implements a PUSH receiving function, so all thorniest indicators for the mobile terminal such as standby current, power dissipation, and so on, can be achieved according to a conventional design method. The implementation of the solution in the present invention enables to bypass a communication operator at the server end and to avoid all kinds of technical and business condition limitation of the communication operator completely, thus to perform completely independent implementation. The technical solution of the present invention can be implemented in a simple, reliable and easy manner, and the realization cost is very low.

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Wireless internet data push method and system Technical field

The present invention relates to the field of wireless data transmission, and in particular, to a data push method.

Background technique

With the rise of wireless Internet, especially in the 3G era, downloading various new applications, new software and various types of information to mobile terminals through wireless has become the main driving force of the entire mobile digital business. Like the US RIM is to push mail (PUSH) to end users anytime and anywhere; like APPLE of the United States, IPHONE is a mobile phone user who will PUSH to IPHONE for various new applications including games. Among them, some software is charged, and the end user decides whether to pay for such a software product after experiencing the new application. Microsoft's WINDOWS MOBILE also has a similar application. This method of active notification is expressed in English by "PUSH", that is, "push", that is, the end user does not actively go to the Internet to find these applications, but the wireless method by each server or software provider. Notify the mobile terminal user. After the user receives the notification passively, the user decides whether to download or use the application software or information.

PUSH The approach has gradually become the main mode of communicating notifications in the wireless Internet. However, the prior art method needs to be implemented by a communication carrier; RIM is to "PUSH" to the BlackBerry terminal by bundling the operator and using a special communication protocol. MAIL" service; IPHONE is also working with operators to notify IPHONE users via SMS. And WINDOWS EXCHANGE in MOBILE is connected to the wireless network for notification in a long-term or intermittent manner.

 Since the PUSH method in the prior art must cooperate with the operator, the threshold is high and the operator cannot always be opened; WINDOWS The method adopted in MOBILE has to pay a considerable amount of Internet access; even if the mobile terminal user uses the monthly subscription form, there are various problems such as power consumption and standby of the mobile terminal.

technical problem

The main object of the present invention is to provide a low cost, simple and practical data pushing method and system.

Technical solution

To achieve the above object, the present invention provides a wireless internet data push method. When the server needs to initiate a data push service, the mobile terminal initiates a telephone call to notify the mobile terminal.

In the above wireless internet data pushing method, when the mobile terminal recognizes that the incoming call is an incoming call of the push service, the mobile terminal prompts the connection server to download the push data, or automatically connects the server to download the push data to the local or the background.

In the above wireless internet data push method, the telephone numbers of the push service call are respectively stored in the server end and the mobile terminal, respectively.

Or the wireless internet data pushing method, the server terminal initiating a telephone call to the mobile terminal includes: initiating a first call to the mobile terminal and hanging up, and after a certain delay, initiating a call to the mobile terminal and hanging up; the mobile terminal The secondary missed call is identified as a push service call. The server and the mobile terminal perform time synchronization, and in the agreed time window, the server initiates the secondary telephone call to the mobile terminal.

In the above wireless internet data pushing method, the process of the automatic connection server downloading the push data to the local or the background includes the steps of: the mobile terminal automatically starts the network connection to the server to pull down the specified data, and the server side puts the specified data into the mobile terminal. Within the address of the corresponding specific server, waiting for the mobile terminal to actively download; or the mobile terminal directly pulls down the push data of the server by email and saves it on the mobile terminal. The mobile terminal foreground is in a standby state during the process of automatically connecting the server to download push data to the local or background.

In the meantime, the present invention provides a wireless internet data push system, including a server end. When the server side needs to initiate a data push service, the mobile terminal is notified in the form of a telephone call initiated by the mobile terminal.

The wireless internet data push system further includes a mobile terminal, wherein the mobile terminal recognizes that the incoming call of the server is a push service call, prompts the connection server to download the push data, or automatically connects the server to download the push data to the local or the background.

In the above wireless internet data push system, the server side initiates a telephone call to the mobile terminal, including: initiating a first call to the mobile terminal and hanging up, and after a certain time delay, initiating a call to the mobile terminal and hanging up; the mobile terminal will The second missed call is identified as a push service call.

Beneficial effect

Because the above solution is adopted, the present invention notifies the mobile terminal by using the data push service to implement the PUSH function of the server to the mobile terminal, so that when the mobile terminal implements the PUSH receiving function, it is completely the same as the normal working mode. The most difficult indicators of mobile terminals such as work, standby current, and power consumption can be implemented according to conventional design methods. However, the implementation of the solution of the present invention does not need to pass through the communication carrier, and can completely avoid the various technical and business condition restrictions of the communication carrier, and can be completely implemented autonomously; the technical solution of the present invention is simple and reliable, and the implementation cost is very high. Low ground.

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The invention will now be described in further detail by means of specific embodiments and with reference to the accompanying drawings.

FIG. 1 is a schematic flow chart of Embodiment 1 of the present invention.

2 is a schematic flowchart of a server end according to Embodiment 2 of the present invention.

FIG. 3 is a schematic flowchart of a mobile terminal according to Embodiment 2 of the present invention.

4 is a schematic flow chart of the third embodiment.

Embodiments of the invention

Embodiment 1:

Referring to FIG. 1 , the wireless internet data pushing method and system of this example sends a call to a mobile terminal by using one or more fixed telephone numbers, and the mobile terminal is solidified in the mobile terminal system when receiving the incoming call. The phone number is compared. When the number verification is confirmed as the push number, the mobile terminal enters the process of “PUSH” push notification, and the mobile terminal can initiate a GPRS connection to the server to download the content pushed by the server; when the number check proves to be a non-push number After that, it is considered an ordinary call.

If multiple fixed numbers are used, different push service contents can be identified according to different numbers; for example, number one is a game push service, number two is a system upgrade push service, and number three is an application push service.

Embodiment 2:

Considering that the registration of a fixed number to provide such a service may not be approved by the telecommunications carrier, or because the caller number between the international regions cannot be identified, please refer to Figure 2, this example uses a dual call (incoming call) method, the server After the first call is made, the terminal hangs up quickly and makes a delay, such as a delay of 5 seconds, and then immediately initiates a second call, and the call is then hung up. In this way, as long as the delay between different networks is matched, so that the other three incoming calls are not allowed to be inserted as much as possible between the two missed calls, the mobile terminal can judge that it is a "PUSH" based on this. Push notifications, not missed calls; the mobile terminal can initiate a GPRS connection to the server to download the content pushed by the server. In this way, data push to the mobile terminal can be realized.

Referring to FIG. 3, the mobile terminal pops up a prompt for receiving the email or pushing the information after the double incoming call, so that the user can view the user; the user can select the mobile terminal to connect to the WAP proxy server through GPRS, and download the corresponding push data of the server. When a normal double call cannot be achieved due to a network problem, as shown in the figure "Item As shown in Fig. 3, the system instead uses the method of the third embodiment described below to implement "PUSH" push.

Embodiment 3:

Because the delay in different networks in the second embodiment is difficult to grasp, the delay T of the second call set in the mobile terminal may not be accurately grasped, so that the mobile terminal may easily cause misjudgment of missed calls. The two missed calls used for PUSH are treated as regular missed calls, which causes problems for the user. Please refer to FIG. 4, in this example, the time of the server end and the mobile terminal are synchronized, and in each predetermined time window, for example, at 05 seconds, 15 seconds, 25, 35 seconds, 45 seconds, and 55 seconds, Both parties start at the same time, which can greatly reduce the chance of misjudgment. In addition, if the system server sends PUSH, the mobile terminal does not respond (possibly the terminal system is busy or off-network), and it will not affect the implementation of this example, because the two parties can initiate PUSH calls and responses at another point in time.

In this example, a simple time synchronization method between the server and the mobile terminal device is adopted: the server uses the standard time in the network, and the mobile terminal automatically sends a blank short message to the self number after each power-off. The time brought up is the standard time in the network, at which time the mobile terminal uses the standard time to update its own time. Thereafter, the mobile terminal can send a short message of the agreed time (starting time and time interval) to the server end, that is, the start time interval between the PUSH and the open acceptance window that the server and the mobile terminal agree to start two missed calls respectively. (In essence, the mobile terminal always opens for various incoming call acceptance windows). For example, the whole point starts, and the time is every five minutes or every ten minutes or every fifteen minutes. So the two sides are synchronized. As long as the power is not lost, these parameters are saved on both sides.

Embodiment 4:

For some large applications and information, if the terminal actively pulls down the content after receiving the push PUSH initiation information, it sometimes feels that the time is long and the user experience is poor. If the user is prompted to download the content before the user has not detected it, the user experience is greatly improved. Therefore, the example is further improved on the basis of the third embodiment: the second call is connected in the background and uploaded. Certain specific audio (DTMF) is sent to the server to confirm that the current mobile terminal is in a free standby state and then hang up. The mobile terminal automatically starts the network connection to the server on the central office to pull down the specified data, and the central office server quickly puts the relevant data into the address of the specific server corresponding to the mobile terminal after decoding, and actively informs and waits for the mobile terminal to actively come up after the download is completed. Download; this method increases the specific server as the background of the mobile terminal, and then downloads it to the mobile terminal locally, which can improve the user experience. You can also pull down the required mail directly after receiving the PUSH. Various types of data such as application, system upgrade, game download, etc. are all pulled down by mail, but not necessarily in the mobile terminal, and can be saved in the mobile terminal. Move to the computer and then move it to the computer. While the terminal is still in the standby state, the user does not realize that the background has been connected to the Internet.

When the terminal completes the data download, the download and pop-up message box prompts the user that the terminal can accurately and quickly push the data to the user as long as the downloaded data header contains the data name.

The above is a further detailed description of the present invention in connection with the specific preferred embodiments, and the specific embodiments of the present invention are not limited to the description. For those skilled in the art to which the present invention pertains, a number of simple derivations or substitutions may be made without departing from the inventive concept, and should be considered as belonging to the invention as defined by the appended claims. protected range.

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  1. A wireless interconnection data pushing method is characterized in that: when the server side needs to initiate a data push service, a mobile phone call is initiated to the mobile terminal to notify the mobile terminal.
  2. The wireless internet data push method according to claim 1, wherein the mobile terminal prompts the connection server to download the push data when the call is an incoming call of the push service, or automatically connects the server to download the push data to the local or background.
  3. The wireless internet data push method according to claim 2, wherein the telephone numbers of the push service calls are stored in advance on the server side and the mobile terminal, respectively.
  4. The wireless internet data push method according to claim 2, wherein the server side initiates a telephone call to the mobile terminal, comprising: initiating a first call to the mobile terminal and hanging up, and after a certain time delay, again to the mobile terminal Initiating a call and hanging up; the mobile terminal identifies the second missed call as a push service call.
  5. The wireless internet data push method according to claim 4, wherein the server and the mobile terminal perform time synchronization, and in the agreed time window, the server initiates the second telephone call to the mobile terminal.
  6. The wireless internet data push method according to any one of claims 2 to 5, wherein the process of automatically downloading the push data to the local or background by the server comprises the steps of: the mobile terminal automatically starts the network connection to the server Pull down the specified data, the server puts the specified data into the address of the specific server corresponding to the mobile terminal, and waits for the mobile terminal to actively download; or the mobile terminal directly pulls down the push data of the server by email and saves it in the mobile terminal. .
  7. The wireless internet data push method according to claim 6, wherein the mobile terminal is in a standby state during the process of automatically downloading the push data to the local or background.
  8. A wireless internet data push system includes a server end. When the server side needs to initiate a data push service, the mobile terminal is notified in the form of a telephone call initiated by the mobile terminal.
  9. The wireless internet data push system of claim 8 further comprising: a mobile terminal, wherein the mobile terminal recognizes that the incoming call of the server is a push service call, prompts the connection server to download push data, or automatically connects to the server to download Push data to local or background.
  10. The wireless internet data push system according to claim 9, wherein the server terminal initiates a telephone call to the mobile terminal, comprising: initiating a first call to the mobile terminal and hanging up, and after a certain time delay, again to the mobile terminal Initiating a call and hanging up; the mobile terminal identifies the second missed call as a push service call.
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