05918180 is referenced by 424 patents and cites 23 patents.

A tracking system for monitoring and locating vehicles includes a cellular telephone that is located in the vehicle, a global positioning system (GPS) receiver also located with the vehicle, and an interface unit between the global positioning receiver and the telephone. The global positioning receiver communicates with a system of satellites and provides continuous data, reflecting the present. spacial position of the vehicle in terms of its latitude/longitude coordinates. The interface between the GPS receiver and the wireless telephone includes a speech synthesizer circuit which converts the digitally encoded spacial coordinates into speech, which enunciates the position through the cellular telephone. By calling the vehicle cellular telephone from a remote location, the owner of the vehicle can hear the location of the vehicle, and then use that information to obtain its precise location.

Title
Telephone operable global tracking system for vehicles
Application Number
8/655667
Publication Number
5918180
Application Date
December 22, 1995
Publication Date
June 29, 1999
Inventor
Michael Dimino
410 Brickyard Rd., Freehold, 07728
NJ, US
Agent
Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen
IPC
H04Q 7/34
H04Q 7/32
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