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Section 770

Voice Recognition

Phone

User Guide

Technical Manual
543X02401
Issued 3/23/98

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  • Page 1: Voice Recognition

    www.voicesonic.com Phone 877-289-2829 3DQDVRQLF ® Section 770 Voice Recognition Phone User Guide Technical Manual 543X02401 Issued 3/23/98...
  • Page 2 However, due to ongoing product improvements and revisions, Panasonic cannot guarantee the accuracy of printed material after the date of publication, nor can it accept responsibility for errors or omissions. Panasonic will update and revise this document as needed.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ..............5 Names and Functions of Parts ........6 Chapter 1. Making an Outside Call (or an Internal Call) Chapter 2. Adding a Phonebook Entry.......10 Chapter 3. Modifying a Phonebook Entry ....14 Modifying Names ........................14 Modifying a Telephone Number....................17 Chapter 4. Deleting a Phonebook Entry .....21 Deleting Individual Phonebook Entries ..................21 Deleting All Phonebook Entries ....................24 Chapter 5.
  • Page 4 DBS 576 - Issued 3/23/98 576-10-770...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction The incorporation of a voice recognition unit (VB-44101) in a soft-key telephone (VB-44224) allows you to choose between voice-activated dialing or normal keying in. You can simply speak names stored in the Phonebook to initiate a call to that destination. This manual describes how to use voice-activated dialing and how to record names, etc.
  • Page 6: Names And Functions Of Parts

    Names and Functions of Parts 4. Soft Key [EXEC 1] 2. (Soft Key [Mode]) 3. Soft Key [END] 5. Soft Key [EXEC 2] 1. Handset 6. START/END Key 7. REDIAL Key 8. Telephone number button 9. VOLUME Key 1) Handset The receiver for speaking into.
  • Page 7 Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone Note 1: Even if some feature access code is assigned on FF12 Key, (there is no error tone when storing some feature on it.) this key can work as START/END Key only, when the Voice Recognition Adapter is attached on the phone.
  • Page 8: Chapter 1. Making An Outside Call (or An Internal Call)

    Note: Speak the name using the same voice you used to store the name in the Phonebook. Using a different tone of voice may result in the name not being retrieved. Example: To call "Panasonic" 01045939 Say "Panasonic." Voice Guidance responds with the Õ...
  • Page 9 Chapter 1. Making an Outside Call (or an Internal Call) Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone • "No" The search continues to the next closest name in the Phonebook. Voice Guidance then asks " " Right?" to confirm the selection ( ).
  • Page 10: Chapter 2. Adding A Phonebook Entry

    Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone Chapter 2. Adding a Phonebook Entry Chapter 2. Adding a Phonebook Entry This Chapter describes how to record names and telephone numbers in the Phonebook. Store your voice in a quiet surroundings as much as possible. You can store entries for up to 100 seconds in the Phonebook.
  • Page 11 Note: Do not insert any pauses between, for example, given name and surname. If you do insert a pause, the words may not be recognized as a single name. Example: To record "Panasonic" NAME TO ADD ? Say "Panasonic." Voice Guidance responds with "Say Õ...
  • Page 12 Example: Say "Complete." Voice Guidance responds with Õ STORED '"Panasonic" stored.' To make another entry, repeat steps 6 to 9. If you want to delete entries (See Chapter 4, "Deleting a Phonebook Entry," page 21) or store your own voice (See Chapter 5, "Tuning the Commands to your voice,"...
  • Page 13 Chapter 2. Adding a Phonebook Entry Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone check the contents of the Phonebook or place a call, etc., while recording. • If you do not speak or press any keys for three minutes, the Voice Recognition Mode is ended. •...
  • Page 14: Chapter 3. Modifying A Phonebook Entry

    Note: Speak the name using the same voice you used to store the name in the Phonebook. Using a different tone of voice may result in the name not being retrieved. Example: To modify "Panasonic" 0459397360 Say "Panasonic." Voice Guidance responds with the Õ...
  • Page 15 Chapter 3. Modifying a Phonebook Entry Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone You can also say "List" to list all the names in the Phonebook in the reverse order they were recorded (that is, starting with the last-recorded entry). Voice Guidance responds with '" "...
  • Page 16 Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone Chapter 3. Modifying a Phonebook Entry 7. Say "Name". ADAPTING. GO BACK Voice Guidance responds with "New Name please." If you want to modify the telephone No. (page 17) or delete the entry (page 21) rather than modifying the name, say "Go Back" to return to Step 6.
  • Page 17: Modifying A Telephone Number

    Chapter 3. Modifying a Phonebook Entry Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone 10. If the tone used in step 8 differs from that used in step 9 BAD TRAINING The following message is displayed and Voice Guidance responds with "Try again." Repeat the procedure from step 7. •...
  • Page 18 Note: Speak the name using the same voice you used to store the name in the Phonebook. Using a different tone of voice may result in the wrong name being retrieved. Example: To modify the "Panasonic" entry 0459397360 Say "Panasonic."...
  • Page 19 Chapter 3. Modifying a Phonebook Entry Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone This process is repeated until the first entry in the Phonebook, when Voice Guidance responds with "No other choices." 6. If the name spoken by Voice Guidance is correct, say "Yes." If not, say "No."...
  • Page 20 Execution returns to step 4. Example: Say "Complete." Voice Guidance responds with Õ STORED '"Panasonic" stored.' To modify another entry, repeat steps 5 to 9. 10. Replace the handset. 10:00 SAT JAN 10 -EXT100 Notes: • If you cannot catch the message spoken by Voice Guidance, say "Repeat"...
  • Page 21: Chapter 4. Deleting A Phonebook Entry

    Note: Speak the name using the same voice you used to store the name in the Phonebook. Using a different tone of voice may result in the name not being retrieved. Example: To delete the "Panasonic" entry 0459397360 Say "Panasonic."...
  • Page 22 Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone Chapter 4. Deleting a Phonebook Entry You can also say "List" to list all the names in the Phonebook in the reverse order they were recorded (that is, starting with the last-recorded entry). Voice Guidance responds with '" "...
  • Page 23 Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone 7. Say "Delete." Voice Guidance responds with "Delete ' ' Right?", and the telephone number is displayed on the 1st display. Example: To delete the "Panasonic" entry 0459397360 Say "Delete." Voice Guidance responds with "Delete Õ...
  • Page 24: Deleting All Phonebook Entries

    Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone Chapter 4. Deleting a Phonebook Entry Deleting All Phonebook Entries This Chapter describes how to delete all phonebook entries in one operation. Note: If you do not hear Voice Guidance in response to saying "Go Back," "Program,"...
  • Page 25 Chapter 4. Deleting a Phonebook Entry Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone • You can say "Cancel" (or press the Cancel Key) at any point to display the TOP MENU, allowing you to store new entries or place a call. This function can be useful if you want to check the contents of the Phonebook or place a call before deleting all entries.
  • Page 26: Chapter 5. Tuning The Commands To Your Voice

    Chapter 5. Tuning the Commands to Your Voice To tune the system to your voice, you must speak the following commands: COMMANDS: Add, Back Space, Cancel, Call, Change, Complete, Delete, Delete All, Go Back, List, Name, No, Number, Program, Reset, Repeat, System, Train, Yes For these spoken commands to be recognized by the system, a reference vocalization of each of these commands is prerecorded in the system.
  • Page 27 Chapter 5. Tuning the Commands to Your Voice Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone 5. Say "System." SYSTEM RESET TRAIN Voice Guidance responds with "Reset or Train?" 6. Say "Train." WORD TO TRAIN ? GO BACK Voice Guidance responds with "Retrain which word?" 7.
  • Page 28 Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone Chapter 5. Tuning the Commands to Your Voice Example: Say "Complete" Voice Guidance responds with "Say Õ ADAPTING it again." 10. Again say the control command to be retrained. Voice Guidance responds with '" " stored' and the Splash tone sounds.
  • Page 29 Chapter 5. Tuning the Commands to Your Voice Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone • If you do not speak or press any keys for three minutes, the Voice Recognition Mode is ended. 576-10-770 DBS 576 - Issued 3/23/98...
  • Page 30: Chapter 6. Resetting The System

    Chapter 6. Resetting the System The following operation restores the original pre-recorded voice commands (for non-specific users) and deletes the contents of the Phonebook. This Chapter describes the procedure for resetting the system. Note: If you do not hear Voice Guidance in response to saying "Go Back," "Program,"...
  • Page 31 Notes: • If you cannot catch the message spoken by Voice Guidance, say "Repeat" to repeat the message. • To abort the resetting procedure at any point before saying "Yes," simply replace the handset. • You can say "Cancel" (or press the Cancel Key) at any point to display the TOP MENU, allowing you to store new entries or edit or delete existing entries.
  • Page 32 Section 770 Voice Recognition Telephone Chapter 6. Resetting the System See More Panasonic Manuals www.voicesonic.com Phone 877-289-2829 DBS 576 - Issued 3/23/98 576-10-770...

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