Digital Signal Processing


Additive Features in Mobile Short Messaging Services with Specific Refrence to Reminders and Formatting

Authors: Niky K. Jain, Kamini H. Solanki

The exponential growth of the Short Message Service (SMS) use has transformed this service in a widespread tool for social and commercial messaging. It is one of the highly used and well-tried mobile services with global availability within all GSM networks. This paper represents both text formatting features and how the mobile message can be sent at particular date and time to the Short Message Service Centre (SMSC) in advance. Message text is formatted with different looks as done in MS-word which attract the person to use SMS. As a input parameter for text formatting, user have to select the text and give the desire output by selecting different controls. We can add the extra features with formatted text , is sending SMS with particular date and time given by sender. The input parameter for conditionally applied message, will go inside to satisfy the different conditions. If the conditions satisfy it will give desired output and that output will be sent to receiver message mobile number. And on client side we can generate the conditions and the desired solution. Desired input data of the record which satisfy the condition and then it sends to the mobile message automatically and stores all the information into the databases for a particular message. Its input will be stored into a file. Our mobile scripting language supports DSN –less connectivity. It takes the current path of the input file from the storage card or phone memory from where it will stores the information. Controlling of SMS can be done by putting restrictions for particular date and time of mobile message; due to SMS operator for sending mobile message. Our software supports scripting language and database also. Write the message into the body and using DSN-LESS database in the form of record as per the requirements and condition of the columns. In the background the script will take care of database connection.

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[v1] 2012-08-18 21:54:50

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