Patent for Sale:Private Listing: Number 3838
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Class 379: Telephonic Communications
(1) Systems, processes and instruments for the two-way electrical transmission of intelligible audio information having arbitrary content over a link including an electrical conductor, between spaced apart locations, so as to enable conversation therebetween, and intended for the private use of a listener or a group of listeners. The term "intelligible" used above is intended to include the capability for transmission of speech or the like (e.g., music), rather than restriction to a specified audible signal, such as a bell or buzzer. (2) Switching, signalling or signal transmission peculiar to, or specified as for a telephone or a telephone system, except for multiplex communications as indicated in Lines With Other Classes.Subclass 88.17: Interaction with an external nontelephone network (e.g., Internet)
Subclass 93.23: Having user information display (e.g., telephone number, name, address, etc.)
Subclass 132: Paystation (e.g., escrow control)
Subclass 209.01: Repetitive call attempts (e.g., camp-on-busy, retry)
Subclass 219: PLURAL EXCHANGE NETWORK OR INTERCONNECTION
Class 715: Data Processing: Presentation Processing Of Document
This class provides for data processing means or steps wherein a) human perceptible elements of electronic information (i.e., text or graphics) are gathered, associated, created, formatted, edited, prepared, or otherwise processed in forming a unified collection of such information storable as a distinct entity, b) a users interaction with a computer system is used to control the presentation of display data; such interaction is interpreted and used by a data processor or computer architecture wherein system level elements of computation or data processing techniques are used prior to use with or in a specific display system, or c) a small program takes over a display screen if there are no keystrokes or mouse movements for a specified duration.Subclass 753: Computer conferencing
Subclass 765: Customizing multiple diverse workspace objects
Subclass 821: Emphasis
Subclass 835: Selectable iconic array
Class 370: Multiplex Communications
This is the generic class for multiplexing or duplexing systems, methods, or apparatus.Subclass 260: Conferencing
Subclass 261: Technique for setting up a conference call
Subclass 352: Combined circuit switching and packet switching
Subclass 360: Switching control
Class 705: Data Processing:Financial, Business Practice, Management, Or Cost/Price Determination
This is the generic class for apparatus and corresponding methods for performing data processing operations, in which there is a significant change in the data or for performing calculation operations wherein the apparatus or method is uniquely designed for or utilized in the practice, administration, or management of an enterprise, or in the processing of financial data. It also provides for apparatus and corresponding methods for performing data processing or calculating operations in which a charge for goods or services is determined.Subclass 23: Input by product or record sensing (weighing, scanner processing)
Subclass 37: Trading, matching, or bidding
Class 709: Electrical Computers And Digital Processing Systems: Multicomputer Data Transferring
This class provides for an electrical computer or digital data processing system or corresponding data processing method including apparatus or steps for transferring data or instruction information between a plurality of computers wherein the computers employ the data or instructions before or after transferring and the employing affects said transfer of data or instruction information. The class includes - process or apparatus for transferring data among a plurality of spatially distributed (i.e., situated, at plural locations) computers or digital data processing systems via one or more communications media (e.g., computer networks).