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Ewald C Anderl

from Middletown, NJ
Age ~64

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  • 44 Fox Hill Rd, Middletown, NJ 07748 (732) 957-0305
  • Princeton, NJ
  • 44 Fox Hill Rd, Middletown, NJ 07748 (732) 674-1456

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Position: Professional/Technical

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Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Telecommunications

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Ewald Anderl

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Location:
Greater New York City Area
Industry:
Telecommunications

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Techniques For Combining Voice With Wireless Text Short Message Services

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US Patent:
7184786, Feb 27, 2007
Filed:
Dec 21, 2004
Appl. No.:
11/019754
Inventors:
Inderpal Singh Mumick - Berkeley Heights NJ,
Ewald Anderl - Middletown NJ,
Raja Moorthy - Scotch Plains NJ,
Prasanna Uppaladadium - Scotch Plains NJ,
Assignee:
Kirusa, Inc. - New Providence NJ
International Classification:
H04Q 7/20
H04Q 7/22
H04L 12/58
US Classification:
455466, 4554121, 4554122
Abstract:
Combining speech with existing text wireless Short Message Service (SMS), to create a multimodal SMS service. A user of standard SMS text service is provided with a link within each message that allows adding or retrieval of a voice message associated with an SMS text message. A speech server in the wireless network may be used for recognition of voice commands, rendering of text into speech, and recording or playing back voice recordings. The messages may be retrieved or sent using any wireless handset. Additional services that may be used include message lists, prerecorded messages, integration with voicemail systems, image and video messages, cross-functional applications with Multimedia Messaging Services (MMS) and Enhanced Message Services (EMS), and extensions of the combination of voice with text SMS to other computing devices such as PDAs and PCs.

Techniques For Combining Voice With Wireless Text Short Message Services

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US Patent:
7725116, May 25, 2010
Filed:
Nov 25, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/604088
Inventors:
Inderpal Singh Mumick - Berkeley Heights NJ,
Ewald Anderl - Middletown NJ,
Raja Moorthy - Scotch Plains NJ,
Prasanna Uppaladadium - Scotch Plains NJ,
International Classification:
H04W 4/00
US Classification:
455466, 4554121, 4554141, 455413, 455563, 709203, 379 8816
Abstract:
Combining speech with existing text wireless Short Message Service (SMS) to create a multimodal SMS service. A user of standard SMS text service is provided with a link within each message that allows adding or retrieval of a voice message associated with an SMS text message. A speech server in the wireless network may be used for recognition of voice commands, rendering of text into speech, and recording or playing back voice recordings. The messages may be retrieved or sent using any wireless handset. Additional services that may be used include message lists, prerecorded messages, integration with voicemail systems, image and video messages, cross-functional applications with Multimedia Messaging Services (MMS) and Enhanced Message Services (EMS), and extensions of the combination of voice with text SMS to other computing devices such as PDAs and PCs.

Interactive Multimodal Messaging

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US Patent:
7929949, Apr 19, 2011
Filed:
Feb 3, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/365157
Inventors:
Ewald Anderl - Middletown NJ,
Assignee:
Kirusa Inc. - New Providence NJ
International Classification:
H04M 1/725
US Classification:
4554121, 370352, 379 9301, 704243
Abstract:
A method and system is provided to enable a recipient to interact with an interactive multimodal message triggered on the recipient's mobile device. A sender creates the interactive multimodal message using a client application. A server stores the created interactive multimodal message. The server sends a notification to the recipient's mobile device. The notification comprises a pointer to the stored interactive multimodal message. The stored interactive multimodal message is triggered on the recipient's mobile device when the pointer in the notification is accessed. Service information is transmitted to the recipient's mobile device through the triggered interactive multimodal message. The interactive multimodal message triggered on the recipient's mobile device enables the recipient interaction. The interactive multimodal message may be forwarded to one or more second recipients simultaneously. At least a part of the forwarded interactive multimodal message is displayed differently to each of the second recipients.

Addressing Voice Sms Messages

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US Patent:
8107978, Jan 31, 2012
Filed:
Mar 27, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/056300
Inventors:
Ewald C. Anderl - Middletown NJ,
Ajay Kumar Thapar - Bangalore,
Chinna Marudhu Pandian Chockalingam - Bangalore,
Assignee:
Kirusa Inc. - NJ
International Classification:
H04W 4/00
US Classification:
455466, 455413, 4554121, 379 8812
Abstract:
Disclosed herein is a method and system for allowing voice short message service (SMS) messaging using methods of recipient addressing as used by text SMS messaging. A user creates a text SMS message and addresses the message to a recipient. The address of the recipient may be obtained from the address book stored locally on the user's mobile device. A client application intercepts the text SMS message and prompts whether the user wants to include a voice SMS message. If the user wants to include the voice SMS message, the user's voice message is recorded on a server. The text message along with a notification of the voice message is transmitted to the recipient. The recipient may use the information in the voice message notification to access and listen to the user's recorded voice message.

Reusable Multimodal Application

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US Patent:
8213917, Jul 3, 2012
Filed:
May 5, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/418896
Inventors:
Ewald C. Anderl - Middletown NJ,
Assignee:
Waloomba Tech Ltd., L.L.C. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
H04L 29/08
US Classification:
4554144, 370466
Abstract:
A method and system are disclosed herein for accepting multimodal inputs and deriving synchronized and processed information. A reusable multimodal application is provided on the mobile device. A user transmits a multimodal command to the multimodal platform via the mobile network. The one or more modes of communication that are inputted are transmitted to the multimodal platform(s) via the mobile network(s) and thereafter synchronized and processed at the multimodal platform. The synchronized and processed information is transmitted to the multimodal application. If required, the user verifies and appropriately modifies the synchronized and processed information. The verified and modified information are transferred from the multimodal application to the visual application. The final result(s) are derived by inputting the verified and modified results into the visual application.

Call Completion

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US Patent:
8559984, Oct 15, 2013
Filed:
Nov 18, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/272806
Inventors:
Ewald Anderl - Middletown NJ,
Raja Moorthy - Fairless Hills PA,
Assignee:
Kirusa Inc. - New Providence NJ
International Classification:
H04W 4/00
US Classification:
455466, 4554122, 455445, 37920708
Abstract:
Disclosed herein is a method and system for completing a call attempt made by a first party on a first network to a second party on a second network. The second network may be the first network or one of multiple networks excluding the first network. The first network detects termination of the call attempt. The first network communicates availability of a messaging service to the first party. The messaging service may be a short messaging service (SMS), a voice SMS, a multimedia messaging service, and a multimodal messaging service. The first network does not bill the first party for the communication of the availability of the messaging service. On acceptance of the messaging service by the first party, the first party creates a message to be delivered to the second party on the second network. The first network delivers the message to the second party on the second network.

Methods For Identifying Messages And Communicating With Users Of A Multimodal Message Service

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US Patent:
2008000, Jan 3, 2008
Filed:
Aug 12, 2005
Appl. No.:
10/589325
Inventors:
Inderpal Mumick - Berkeley Heights NJ,
Ewald Anderl - Middletown NJ,
Raja Moorthy - Fairless Hills NJ,
Prasanna Uppaladadium - Edison NJ,
International Classification:
H04Q 7/20
US Classification:
455466000
Abstract:
Methods for combining speech with existing text wireless Short Message Service (SMS) to create a multimodal SMS service are provided. A user of standard SMS text service is provided with a link within each message that allows adding or retrieval of a voice message associated with an SMS text message. A speech server in the wireless network may be used for recognition of voice commands, rendering of test into speech, and recording or playing back voice recordings. An automatic and unique identification of each message is created to allow retrieval of the message without manually selecting the message. Additional services include message lists, integration with voicemail systems, image and video messages, cross-functional applications with Multimedia Messaging Services (MMS) and Enhanced Message Services (EMS), and extensions of the combination of voice with text SMS to other computing devices such as PDAs and PCs.

Reusable Mulitmodal Application

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US Patent:
2012024, Sep 27, 2012
Filed:
Jun 7, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/491424
Inventors:
Ewald C. Anderl - Middletown NJ,
International Classification:
G10L 11/00
G10L 15/26
US Classification:
704275
Abstract:
A method and system are disclosed herein for accepting multimodal inputs and deriving synchronized and processed information. A reusable multimodal application is provided on the mobile device. A user transmits a multimodal command to the multimodal platform via the mobile network. The one or more modes of communication that are inputted are transmitted to the multimodal platform(s) via the mobile network(s) and thereafter synchronized and processed at the multimodal platform. The synchronized and processed information is transmitted to the multimodal application. If required, the user verifies and appropriately modifies the synchronized and processed information. The verified and modified information are transferred from the multimodal application to the visual application. The final result(s) are derived by inputting the verified and modified results into the visual application.
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